Lou Deprijck  

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Lou Deprijck is a Belgian singer, composer and producer born in Lessines, Belgium, best-known for "Que Tal America" and "Ça plane pour moi".

He was the originator of many popular successes of the 1970s and 1980s. Notable releases include those by Lou & The Hollywood Bananas, Two Man Sound, Plastic Bertrand and Viktor Lazlo.

Deprijck also had a major 1978 solo success in France and Belgium with ska/reggae-song "Kingston, Kingston", under the moniker Lou & The Hollywood Bananas.

He currently resides in Pattaya, Thailand, where he releases Thai music.

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