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Et vous tu m'aimes? (Encore)
LØVE (Edition collector Piano Solo)
Løve is the third studio album by French singer Julien Doré, released through Columbia/Sony BMG on 28 October 2013. The album peaked at number four on the French Album Chart.
On 12 September 2015, a special 2 CD release was made being the albums Løve and Bichon. That joint release peaked at number 118 on the French Album Chart
Louis, Matthieu, Joseph & Anna Chedid (Deluxe)
Louis, Matthieu, Joseph & Anna Chedid
Boulevard des airs
Louise Attaque is an album by French rock band Louise Attaque.
Released in 1997, this debut album sold 2.5 million copies in France.
Like Angels Do
Les femmes idéales
Hit the Roads
Silence On Tourne, On Tourne En Rond
La Bande A Renaud
Karaoke/Tribute - Renaud
L'amour parfait is the debut album of French singer Cali, released on August 19, 2003. The album was dedicated to Franck Vanderbergh. All songs are written and sung by Cali with the help of Hugues Baretege, Henri Serra, and Gilles Taillade on the song "Différent". A second edition of this album was released in 2004 with a bonus cd that included four different versions of tracks on the original album: "Différent", "La vie est parfaite", "Fais de moi ce que tu veux", and "Elle m'a dit". The album was certified platinum in France.
My Name Is
Mister Mystère, the long-awaited studio album follow-up to the chart-topping smash success Qui de Nous Deux? (2003), casts -M- (i.e., singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Matthieu Chédid) in a new role. The pink-suited and pointy-haired wildman pictured on the front cover of Qui de Nous Deux? has given way to a shadowy man of mystery draped in contrasting black-and-white colors and hidden beneath the brim of his hat. Mister Mystère isn't a full-blown concept album, but it's certainly conceptual, not only in terms of costume but also lyrics. The genesis of the album can be traced back to "Mister Mystère," a song Chédid co-wrote with Brigitte Fontaine for her album Libido (2006). A new version of the song opens Mister Mystère, and the man-of-mystery motif plays out over the course of the album, much of it written in tandem with Fontaine. The lead single, "Le Roi des Ombres" (whose title translates to "The King of Shadows" in English), nicely encapsulates Chédid's new persona, and the primarily instrumental late-album highlight "Hold Up" is a vivid portrayal of his eventual demise. Besides Fontaine, Chédid shares songwriting credits with his famous father, the singer Louis Chédid, and George Kretek, whom he collaborated with on the Vanessa Paradis album Divinidylle (2007). While much of the album is conceptual, the music is wide-ranging in terms of style, veering from guitar rock strut ("Mister Mystère") to gentle acoustic pop ("Phébus"), soul-funk ("Est-ce Que C'est Ça?"), soul-pop ("Le Roi des Ombres"), blues-rock ("Tanagra"), chanson ("L'Elixir"), Afro-pop ("Amssétou"), and so on. Those hoping for a reprise of prior -M- albums are bound to be disappointed by Mister Mystère, a clear departure that is not so much a step forward for Chédid as it is a playful sidestep away from high expectations. For all its conceptual qualities, Mister Mystère is actually a modest effort. Most of the songs clock in around three minutes, and the album itself is over and done in around 40 minutes, not counting the abundance of bonus material. Even if it lacks the epic qualities one might have hoped for after the tremendous success of Qui de Nous Deux? and the six-year wait that followed, Mister Mystère is nonetheless impressive and one of the more entertaining French pop albums of the year. It's good to have -M- back, even if he's cast in a different role than before., Rovi
Le monde est beau
Chapter One (Deluxe Edition)
A Million Particles
Meilleurs souvenirs - Best Of
La femme chocolat
Frère et Soeur (feat. Olivia Ruiz & Renan Luce)
Le Soldat Rose
Mélancolie heureuse - Nouvelle impression
Mon premier Best Of
Vianney is the second studio album from French singer-songwriter Vianney. It was released on 25 November 2016 by Tôt ou tard. The album includes the singles "Je m'en vais" and "Moi aimer toi". The album has peaked at number 1 on the French Albums Chart.
Ça me vexe
Rosalie Blum (Bande originale du film)
De verre en vers
VIEUX FRÈRES - Partie 1
Vieux frères is the debut album of the French collective Fauve. The title of the album was announced online on 17 November 2013. The same announcement revealed that it would be in two parts, Partie 1 scheduled in February 2014, and Partie 2 scheduled in winter of 2014, without mentioning a specific date.
Sur Ma Route
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