Belgian all-electronic disco pop band formed in 1978 by radio DJ / jazz musician Marc Moulin, programmer / sound engineer Dan Lacksman and vocalist Michel Moers. The group's first three singles (Twist A Saint Tropez, Moskow Diskow and Rock Around The Clock) became hits in Europe and a number of Telex 12"s were popular in dance clubs, especially in the USA.

Telex made five albums between 1979 and 1988 - Looking For Saint Tropez, Neurovision, Sex, Wonderful World, and Looney Tunes. During a nearly 20-year hiatus came a series of remix albums and compilations, culminating in the 2006 release of the album How Do You Dance? which brought together newly recorded and previously unreleased material.

During the hiatus, Marc Moulin produced many pop albums, was one of the head programmers on French-speaking Belgian national radio and was an author and playwright. He died of cancer on 26 September 2008. Dan Lacksman runs Synsound Studios, a studio complex in Brussels. Michel Moers lives in the Provence, France, and is a video director and photographer.

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Aliases:The Kiliwax's
Members:Dan Lacksman, Marc Moulin, Michel Moers
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