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Music  >>  CDs  >>  Rock/Pop

Desole

Perdus Corps Et Biens

Desole Perdus Corps Et Biens
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*This is a french CD* Playing on the "unbearable lightness of being" Désolé proposes an optimistic pop: a bungee cord jump falling in and out of love. From their 1st meeting (Le Grand Evenement - The Big Event) to the breakup (Degueulasse - Disgusting) via a sensual quest (Garçon - Boy), love is diluted, genders mix in with daily life. Rebellious and disillusioned, this UFO gravitates around pleasure centers until love explodes. The cocktail of inverted male and female voices brings love role play to a new level. This controversial couple recalls Serge Gainsbourg and Jane Birkin. Him: Fabrice Ravel-Chapuis (composer, arranger). In the past : 5 albums as Artango (co-composer), arranger and director for Salvatore Adamo or Paris nights queen Regine / Her: Elisa Point (author, composer, writer) who recorded the androgynous cult album "Les Filles Sont Des Garçons Bizarres" (Girls are Strange Boys) in 1997. French magazine Télérama wrote "This first album is both delightful and subversive"
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