A Marseille based left-field experimental group formed in the mid 1970's. ZNR stood for Zazou 'n' Racaille, two key members of the pioneering underground band Barricade (5) augmented by a floating roster of other talent of the left-field, folk and jazz scenes. ZNR made two very different albums during their history Barricade 3 widely regarded as a landmark and seminal album, and Traité De Mécanique Populaire a more reflective mixture of avant-classical and "café music". After the band split, both Hector Zazou and Joseph Racaille went on to solo and other projects.
|ISA 9002||ZNR||Barricade 3 (Album)||Isadora||ISA 9002||France||1976||Sell This Version|
|SCOPA 10002||ZNR||Traité De Mécanique Populaire (Album)||Invisible Records (11), S.C.O.P.A.||SCOPA 10002||France||1978||Sell This Version|
|ReR ZNRBox||ZNR||ZNRchive Box (Album, Comp)||ReR Megacorp||ReR ZNRBox||UK||2018||Sell This Version|