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French outfit Destroy the Thrill was shaped in 1989 and, although generally from the commercial music motion, has dabbled additional afield in from alternate rock and roll, to ambient goth, to darker fresh wave, and also all-out rock. Obviously, this courageous eclecticism has resulted in a fairly selective, if open-minded target audience embracing their extremely sporadically released albums, including Drill down (1993), Low (1996), 203 Obstacles (2003), and Tellurique (2005). During Tellurique, Destroy the Thrill comprised longtime users Marylin Tognolli (bass, development, vocals), Nicolas Dick (business lead vocals, guitar, development), and Frédéric De Benedetti (acoustic guitar, vocals).

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Full Name Kill the Thrill
Music Songs Permanent Imbalance, A Little Salt for a Better Feeling, An Indefinite Direction, Blood Money II, Mistaken Solutions, Like Cement, 203 Barriers, Non Existence, Worm's Idle Dream, Room 36, Shudder to Sink, Sixth Column, Crime, A Strange Day, Antique Tools, Us and Them, Splintered, Body, Daddy Turn Around, Empty, The Finish, Diaphragme, Love Has Failed, I Feel Right, Out Loud, Loophole, Burn, Overstrain, End High, Soave, Pit, I Will Die
Albums Tellurique, 1989, Low, 203 Barriers, Dig, Pit

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