Edith Nylon

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Edith Nylon is a French rock band that was active from the end of the 1970s to the beginning of the 1980s.

Certainly a part of the Punk movement, Edith Nylon was a precursor to new wave music and Les Rita Mitsouko. Edith Nylon obtained a certain level of success[citation needed] in its time and even opened for The Police. The singer Mylène Khaski has become a company director in Asia.

Group members[edit]

  • Mylène Khaski : vocals
  • Christophe Boutin : guitars
  • Zako Khaski : guitar, bass, background vocals
  • Frédéric Noyé : synthesizers, piano, guitar
  • Karl Mormet : guitars
  • Albert Tauby : drums

Discography[edit]

  • 1979 : Edith Nylon (CBS)
  • 1980 : Quatre essais philosophiques (CBS)
  • 1980 : Johnny Johnny (CBS)
  • 1982 : Echo bravo (Chiswick)

References[edit]

Much of the content of this article comes from the equivalent French-language Wikipedia article (retrieved June 9, 2006).