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Placebo was a European jazz band founded in Belgium by Marc Moulin, defined by contemporary critics as a jazz rock studio project. By 1974, Placebo had made a trio of albums, influenced by such masters of jazz as Miles Davis and Herbie Hancock. All of these records are highly collectable today, even the Placebo Years 1971-1974 re-issue compilation commands high prices. J Dilla covered their track "Humpty Dumpty" for "Love Jones".

Records

  • Placebo : Ball of Eyes (1971)
  • Placebo : 1973 (1973)
  • Placebo : Placebo (1974)
  • Placebo Years 1971-1974 1999 - Counterpoint Records




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