Exhibit 68

[ - feb. 07, 2007 (Kunstprojektraum Takt, Berlin) -- play/download 🎶 🎧 ]


09/22/2006 08h35 Bagnolet - avenue de Gallieni

In the gutter, near nr. 123. Rap/hip-hop.

09/16/2006 16h55 Amsterdam - Waterlooplein

Next to a pile of rubbish, at the Mozes & Aäron church side of the market. A German Polydor cassette album production from 1992: "Der kleine Horror-Laden", the German version of Little shop of horrors, an early 1980's stage musical adaptation of a 1960 film.

09/13/2006 18h40 Paris XX - porte de Vincennes

At the exit from the périphérique (see picture). A capella singing, in french and arabic. I found this to be by a french group called Le Silence des Mosquées ('the silence of the mosques'). We hear part of Cri de Bosnie ... "Ils démolissent les quartiers, torturent nos enfants, Brûlent nos mosquées, sans aucunes raisons, sans aucune pitié, Parce que t’es musulman…"

09/13/2006 11h40 Paris V- quai Saint Bernard

On the pavement before the building of the faculté des sciences. Between nrs. 7 and 9. Hard / Symphonic rock. Both Shazam and SoundHound (August 8th, 2010) identified Canadian rock guitarist Pat Travers, but disagreed on precisely which track.

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