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Angèle - Nonante-cinq ('95)

Discussion in 'Pop & Justice' started by Vasilios, Apr 20, 2019.

  1. The visuals are quite stunning, but I fail to really see the value in the message. Seems like a lot of French Belgian derivative reinterpretation of American culture. As for the music, I found it repetitive and dull, like most pop music. Sounds like it could have been on Stromae's first album.
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    They are coming.
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  3. Do you think she might be on the special Levitating Remix that is included in the French re-package?
  4. I think so though I hope it's another song.
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  5. Island

    Island Staff Member

    Give us the disco version of Balance ton quoi!
  6. Imagine the international implications if they cover/sample/do something like this iconic French disco bop.


  7. OMG. I hadn't heard about this!

    Edit: Well, yeah, apparently it is for the French version of Future Nostalgia that is being released in November.
  8. Island

    Island Staff Member

    Boys Will Be Boys (Angèle remix) would be kinda iconic though.
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  9. Is it though?
  10. 100%
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  11. tea


    Her voice is gorgeous.

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  12. Balance ton quoi.

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  13. Me promoting Angèle all of 2019:


    Fever promoting Angèle:

  14. Have you changed your mind @Larsen ?
  15. tea


    To be honest none of her solo stuff has really grabbed me yet... but her contribution to Fever is everything.
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  16. i have to say i absolutely prefer the Oklou remix of Fever, it does something really fresh with the song
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  17. That's not very Angèlique of you two.
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  18. Not really. I love the video though.
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