Les Rita Mitsouko

Les Rita Mitsouko was a French pop rock group formed by Fred Chichin and Catherine Ringer. The duo first performed as Rita Mitsouko at Gibus Club in Paris in 1980. They went on to become one of the most acclaimed musical acts in France. "Marcia Baila", their debut single produced by Conny Plank, went to number 2 in the French singles chart in 1984. They then started a collaboration with producer Tony Visconti on two albums: the No Comprendo and Marc & Robert. "Singing in the Shower", sung as a duet with Sparks, was a commercial success in France and was then heavily played on US dance radio stations in 1988. Iggy Pop also collaborated with them on 1993's Système D, duetting with Ringer on "My Love Is Bad".
Chichin died from cancer in 2007. Instead of continuing as Les Rita Mitsouko, Ringer completed a final tour, "Catherine Ringer chante Les Rita Mitsouko and more", and started a solo career.

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L'Ami ennemi (Daniel Wang Remix)Variéty Remixes EP5:48
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Gripshitrider in ParisL'INTEGRALE4:13
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Riche (Acoustique) (feat. Doc Gyneco)Acoustiques4:38
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Marcia Baila (Live)PachaMama Tarifa6:10
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TritonL'INTEGRALE4:08
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ToniteThe No Comprendo5:01
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Berceuse (Version chinoise)L'INTEGRALE2:43
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Ailleurs (Acoustique) (feat. Princess Erika)Acoustiques3:58
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Femme de Moyen-âgeL'INTEGRALE4:47
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EntréeL'INTEGRALE1:27
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