Guerilla Poubelle

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Guerilla Poubelle
Guerilla Poubelle – Hafen Rock 2016 02.jpg
Background information
Origin Paris, France
Genres Punk rock
Years active 2003–
Labels Crash Disques
Members Till

Guerilla Poubelle is a French punk band formed in 2003, when the ska-punk band Les Betteraves broke apart.[1] The name translates to 'Dustbin (Garbage Can) Guerrilla' in English. Their debut album, released on CD, is titled Il faut repeindre le monde... en noir (The world must be repainted... in black). Their music is based on anarchic and existentialist beliefs. The band is DIY enthusiasts, Till founded the publishing and merchandise group Guerilla Asso in 2004.[2][3]

In the summer of 2006, they released a split album with Coquettish. A major Japanese tour followed soon thereafter.

Guerilla Poubelle refused to register with the Société des auteurs, compositeurs et éditeurs de musique.


Past members[edit]


"(We) do not want our music consumed like yogurt. I want people to be open-minded [...] and not to swallow every word I pronounce... Too many in the French punk scene act this way and for me they are just slaves." — Till[4]

" When you tell people to recycle, they tell you "oh thats great, how good of you!" It's not great or nice, it should be fucking normal."- Till[5]



  • Dégoût et des couleurs (2003)

Shared Releases[edit]



  1. ^ "Les Betteraves". (in French). 
  2. ^ (in French)  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  3. ^ http://metalorgie/group/GuerillaPoubelle.htm (French)
  4. ^ "Guerilla Poubelle: Interview issue de Zone Mondiale". (in French). Internet Archive. Archived from the original on 25 July 2011. 
  5. ^ "Guerilla Poubelle".  (French)

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