Daniel BÃ©langer (born in Montreal, 1962) is a QuÃ©bÃ©cois musician and singer. He is considered as one of the best QuÃ©bÃ©cois songwriter and singer of the 90s. Most of his music is inspired by alternative rock, folk and electronic music.
In 1983, he founded the band Humphrey Salade with Eric Maier, Norman Lachance and Jean Gauvin. Unfortunately, timing was not right and the band never recorded. His first solo album Les Insomniaques s'amusent has sold 175,000 copies and won the 1993 FÃ©lix for best pop-rock album. The first single released Opium has been number one in QuÃ©bec during seven weeks.
*Les Insomniaques s'amusent (1992) *Quatre saisons dans le dÃ©sordre (1996) *Tricycle (triple album) (1999) *RÃªver mieux (2001) *DÃ©flaboxe (2003)
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