Ene y e mei dranas

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from Ayen Bowen No, released January 17, 2013

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Arkyne Lyon, France

In 1999 Patrice Ferlet wrote a novel in which Tess, a teenager, traveling from dream to reality. In her dreams, everyone spoke a universal language: the Arkyne. Readers should listen to music tracks composed for this purpose when symbols appear.
Patrice decided to continue the adventure with a first album "Vido in Drana," meaning literally "live in dreams." and "Ayen Bowen No" (I do not restreins)
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