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Top Antoine Clamaran Albums
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Africa Couture (Jeremy's Bass Tribe Attack Mix) - Single
Africa Couture (Jeremy's Bass Tribe Attack Mix) - Single
[2014]
Africa Couture - Single
Africa Couture - Single
[2014]
We Come To Party
We Come To Party
[2014]
Breaking into My Heart - Single
Breaking into My Heart - Single
[2014]
Apology - EP
Apology - EP
[2013]
It's My Beat - Single
It's My Beat - Single
[2013]
Atomic City - Single
Atomic City - Single
[2012]
The Tribe - Single
The Tribe - Single
[2011]
Reach For The Stars (feat. Annie C.)
Reach For The Stars (feat. Annie C.)
[2011]
Stick Shift (feat. Soraya) - Single
Stick Shift (feat. Soraya) - Single
[2011]
Live Your Dreams (feat. Soraya)
Live Your Dreams (feat. Soraya)
[2010]
Gold
Gold
[2010]
I Feel Love - Single (Tristan Garner 2010 Edit)
I Feel Love - Single (Tristan Garner 2010 Edit)
[2010]
After - Single
After - Single
[2008]
Get Down
Get Down
[2008]
One Week In Colombia - EP
One Week In Colombia - EP
[2008]
Dr. Drum - EP
Dr. Drum - EP
[2007]
Landing / Electro Choc, Pt. 2 - Single
Landing / Electro Choc, Pt. 2 - Single
[2006]
Take Off - EP
Take Off - EP
[2006]
Keep On Tryin' (feat. Emily Chick), Vols. 1, 2, 3
Keep On Tryin' (feat. Emily Chick), Vols. 1, 2, 3
[2006]
Let's Get Together - EP
Let's Get Together - EP
[2005]
Different Drums - Single
Different Drums - Single
[2005]
Decadence / Attraction - Single
Decadence / Attraction - Single
[2004]
Feel It (feat. Lulu Hughes) - Single
Feel It (feat. Lulu Hughes) - Single
[2004]
Zoo - EP
Zoo - EP
[2004]
Univers, Pt. 3
Univers, Pt. 3
[2003]
Supala - EP
Supala - EP
[2003]
Electro-Choc - Single
Electro-Choc - Single
[2003]
Release Yourself (feat. Lulu Hughes) - EP
Release Yourself (feat. Lulu Hughes) - EP
[2002]
Related Information for Antoine Clamaran Antoine Clamaran is a French house music artist and music remixer. Clamaran was born in Paris, France. In the early 90's, his local fame interested Maxximum FM, the leading parisian dance radio station at that time. Impressed by his mixing gift, Clamaran gained a huge audience and started to be booked for one off parties. But Palace headquarters (Palace in Paris is the equivalent to Studio 54 in NYC) asked him to run the mythical Gay Tea Dance every Sunday, instead of French icon Lau.. read more