The lead vocalist of 1980s post-punk band Taxi-Girl, Daniel Darc has continued to improve eyebrows like a soloist. An outspoken bisexual who sings in French and Hebrew, Darc radiates strength. Accidentally trimming his arm throughout a concert on Dec 10, 1979, he continuing to sing while bloodstream dripped from his damage. His repertoire contains such bone-chilling ditties as “I’LL Kill You, I’LL Kill You Gradually.” Starting his musical profession while still in university, Darc was embraced from the Parisian punk community. Developing a music group, Taxi Lady, with keyboardist Laurent Biehler and drummer Pierre Wolfsohn in 1978, he produced his documenting debut using the solitary “Yes, Me.” Authorized by the Amazing Alexis, who experienced previously caused Malcolm McLaren as well as the Sex Pistols, the group constructed a solid pursuing in France. Their debut recording, Seppuku, which presented an appearance by Darc’s alter-ego, Viviane Vog, premiered in 1981. Despite their developing recognition, Darc and Taxi-Girl stayed suffering from setbacks. While Wolfsohn succumbed to an overdose, Laurent remaining the music group after several quarrels with Darc. Although they consequently released an EP, Cette Fille Est une Erreur, and nationally broadcast French Television train station France 2 dedicated an entire display towards the group’s music, the music group played its last concerts in 1985. Getting into a solo profession, Darc agreed upon with Epic and released three singles — “Pans Sans Te Retourner,” “Sous Impact Divine,” and “La Ville” — before documenting his debut single record, Parce Que, in 1988. His second single album, Nijinsky, implemented in 1994.