|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Barricade 3||20||Audio||1981||Recommended Records|
|3||Traité De Mécanique Populaire||19||Audio||1980||Scopa Invisible|
|4||Traité De Mécanique Populaire||19||Audio||1992||Buda Musique|
|5||Barricade 3||27||Audio||ReR Megacorp|
|6||Barricade 3||17||Audio||1993||ReR Megacorp|
|7||Barricade 3||27||Audio||1993||ReR Megacorp|
A Marseilles based left-field experimental group formed in the mid 1970's. ZNR stood for Zazou 'n' Racialle, two key members of the pioneering underground band [a=Barricade (5)] augmented by a floating roster of other talent of the left-field, folk and jazz scenes.
ZNR made two very different albums during their history [m=77658] widely regarded as a landmark and seminal album, and [m=77659] a more reflective mixture of avant-classical and "café music". After the band split, both Zazou and Racialle went on to solo and other projects.