|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Un Peu De L'Âme Des Bandits||13||Audio||1996||Crammed Discs|
|2||Onze Danses Pour Combattre La Migraine||18||Audio||2003||Crammed Discs|
|3||Un Peu De L'Âme Des Bandits||6||Audio||1980-01-00|
|4||Un Peu De L'Âme Des Bandits||13||Audio||2000||ArsNova|
|5||Un Peu De L'Âme Des Bandits||10||Audio||1984-11-21||Crammed Discs|
The band formed in 1977 by Crammed Discs founder Marc Hollander and his musical partner Vincent Kenis. The aesthetics of Aksak Maboul (deconstructing and fusing many different genres, from rock, jazz, and electronics to fake African, Balkan & minimal music) can retrospectively be viewed as a blueprint for most of the music which was released by Crammed during the next two decades.