Various - French Essentials - Pop And Rock Music Produced In France download album
Complete your Various collection. In Germany this double CD was added in the professional music print-journal MusikWoche in 2004. The MusicWoche logo is placed additional on the backcover, left corner below, above Sony DADC logo. Matrix, Runout (Disc 1): A0100555867-0102 11 A 0.
Electronic music Rock music Pop music. Released at: This album was released on the label Bureau Export De La Musique Française (catalog number BUREXPOP02/2). This album was released in 2006 year. Format of the release is. CD
Style: Pop Rock, Downtempo, Synth-pop. Tracks: Barth: The Last Wig. Nouvelle Vague Feat. Mélanie Pain Ever Fallen In Love. Dillinger Girl & Baby Face Nelson Stranger. Mansfield TYA: Doesn't Matter Who You Are. Sébastien Tellier: Broadway (Acoustic Version From The Album 'Sessions'). Tahiti 80: Big Day. Brisa Roché: Mystery Man. Claire Diterzi: . Miossec: La Facture D'électricité. Piers Faccini: If I. Jehro: Everything.
Jazzdance music Dub music Deep House music Hip-House music Electro music Synth-pop music New Beat music. Genre of this release: Electronic music Hip Hop music. Released at: This album was released on the label Bureau Export De La Musique Française (catalog number BUREXELEC05). This album was released in 2005 year. Watch now Various's video clip of album "French Essentials - Electronic Music Produced In France".
French rock was born as early as mid-1950s, when writer, songwriter and jazz player Boris Vian wrote parody rock songs for Magali Noël or Henri Salvador. Although Vian despised rock and wrote this songs as attacks, they are highly acclaimed by French critics today and considered precursors.
Beauregard Pop and Rock Festival, Normandy France, 4 – 7 July 2019. A festival made of creative line-ups, pop, rock, indie and electronic music. The venue is near the beautiful place called Hé. April 4, 2019/by Roger. Rock for People in Hradec Kralove, Czech Rep. 4 – 6 July 2019. Rock for People is a peaceful, friendly festival with a cool vibe and excellent music, workshops, debates and activities such as cycling and geocaching. April 2, 2019/by Roger. Rock, pop and everything in-between at this fabulous festival that attracts some of the world’s biggest music acts to an area – Ådalen – just north of Denmark’s second largest city, Aarhus. june 6 (Thursday) - 8 (Saturday). Primavera Sound Portugal.
French pop grew primarily out of the cabarets and music halls of turn-of-the-century Paris, and has of course shifted and evolved with new popular trends over the years. The best French pop usually has an elegant, refined sound, but without coming off as distant or unemotional; in fact, the dominant feeling of each song - romantic longing, nostalgia, sentimentality, eroticism, etc. - is usually played to the hilt, while retaining the music's Continental stylishness. Prior to World War II, French pop was rooted both in cabaret singing and in the sort of traditional orchestral pop common. Rock & roll and club-oriented dance music eventually eroded French pop's hegemony both in France and in other parts of Europe, but classic performers who have managed to stick around can still command sizable audiences.
Grand Blanc is an electro-pop-rock four piece from the east of France – a land, in their own words, of cathedrals and furnaces. Their music is dark and filled with tension, inspired by youthful readings of Albert Camus and the albums of Joy Division and The Cure. The band’s MO is to create music that is topographical – check out their track Evidence to find out what exactly they mean by that. Their debut album, Times – which they wrote, composed, arranged and produced themselves – was released in September 2015 and they won Best New Live Act at the Victoires de la Musique awards in February 2016. Another of the big hitters on this list, Justice has been at the top of the electronic music game since the release of its debut album, † (that’s the emblematic crucifix they always perform beside) in June 2007.
|1-1||–-M-||Qui De Nous Deux||3:45|
|1-2||–A.S Dragon||One Two Three Four Boys||4:03|
|1-3||–The Married Monk||Love Commander||3:41|
|1-4||–Autour De Lucie||N'Est Comme Toi||3:08|
|1-5||–Pierre Bondu||Quitter La Terre||3:17|
|1-6||–Helena*||Née Dans La Nature||2:35|
|1-7||–Nouvelle Vague Feat. Camille||Making Plans For Nigel||3:32|
|1-8||–Jérémie Kisling||Les Abeilles||3:39|
|1-9||–Arnaud Fleurent-Didier||Rock Critique||4:10|
|1-10||–Vincent Delerm||Quatrième De Couverture||2:41|
|1-11||–Tom Poisson||Elisabeth Martin||2:55|
|1-12||–Rue De La Muette||L'Appel De La Cloche||3:47|
|1-13||–Elista||La Vie À Deux||3:25|
|1-16||–Yann Tiersen & Shannon Wright||Callous Sun||3:15|
|1-17||–Syd Matters||Black And White Eyes||3:33|
|1-18||–Home||La Ballade Du Mois De June||4:11|
|1-19||–Ben's Symphonic Orchestra||Old Lady||3:59|
|1-20||–Don Nino||On The Bright Scale||3:33|
|1-22||–Charlélie Couture||Appel À L'Aide||3:18|
|2-1||–Ghinzu||Do You Read Me||4:17|
|2-2||–Overhead||The Handsome Machine||3:02|
|2-4||–Bang Gang||Find What You Get||3:28|
|2-5||–Phoenix||Everything Is Everything||3:00|
|2-6||–Discover||Leave Me Alone||3:27|
|2-8||–Robots In Disguise||Turn It Up||3:49|
|2-9||–Avril||Can't Stand Your Ex's Rock Band||3:50|
|2-10||–Tony Truant*||Où Ça Se Passe||3:04|
|2-11||–MASS*||Give Me A Break||3:01|
|2-13||–Mouloud||Time Has Come||4:08|
|2-14||–Vegomatic||French Up Song||4:00|
|2-16||–Sébastien Tellier||La Ritournelle||4:18|
|2-18||–Nud||A Song For Simon||3:29|
|2-19||–Nova 6||On And On||4:16|
- Manufactured By – Sony DADC
- Coordinator – Gaelle Heurtebis
NotesGatefold cardboard sleeve.
In Germany this double CD was added in the professional music print-journal MusikWoche in 2004.
The MusicWoche logo is placed additional on the backcover, left corner below, above Sony DADC logo.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
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- Matrix / Runout (Disc 1): A0100555867-0102 11 A 0
- Mastering SID Code (Disc 1): IFPI L551
- Mould SID Code (Disc 1): IFPI 94V3
- Matrix / Runout (Disc 2): A0100555867-0202 14 A 1
- Mastering SID Code (Disc 2): IFPI L554
- Mould SID Code (Disc 2): IFPI 94V5
- Rights Society: SACEM