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Alexandre Azaria also known by his alias Replicant (born 3 September 1967) is a French composer, songwriter and musician. He presently signs only by his own name.

In bands

Azaria started in the 1980s as musician in bands. He was in the French rock band Le Cri de la mouche. In 1996, for a brief period, he became part of the famous French band Indochine as guitarist. He co-wrote and co-produced the album Wax for the band and left soon after in 1997.


He has concentrated on composing for the soundtracks[1] of the following films.