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Tear of a Doll

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Formed in Paris in 1988 as a sequel to Heimat-los, Tear of a Doll (which was called Tears of a Doll until 1994) added various influences to an hardcore punk base (jazzcore, japan noise, prog-rock, world music) and used dissonant chords, complex structures and occasionally exotic instruments such as sitar or sarod. The unique sound they created is best exemplified on their 1996 full-length untitled album. They also appear on Erase-Yer-Head #9 EP with Melt Banana, God is my Co-Pilot and Camp Blackfoot (1999) with a more avant garde sound prefiguring the "concrete pop" experiments of their guitarist Naing Naing.