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Mylene Farmer
Genres: Dance & Electronic, World Music, Pop
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Canadian edition of 1999 album for the French Canadian chanteuse. For fans of Jane Birkin & Serge Gainsbourg. 13 tracks.


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All Artists: Mylene Farmer
Title: Innamoramento
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Label: Universal Import
Release Date: 6/15/1999
Album Type: Import
Genres: Dance & Electronic, World Music, Pop
Styles: Europe, Continental Europe, Dance Pop, Euro Pop, French Pop
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 731454733823


Album Description
Canadian edition of 1999 album for the French Canadian chanteuse. For fans of Jane Birkin & Serge Gainsbourg. 13 tracks.

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The best singer... EVER
Agatha | Michigan, United States | 10/31/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"My first memory of Mylene Farmer is in the early 80's... I was maybe 8 years old, and one of Mylene's songs was number one on the radio: "Libertine". My friends and I would sing at the top of our lungs "Je, je, suis libertine... Je suis une catin"... and our moms would tell us not to sing it too loud, because the words "libertine" and "catin" mean "prostitute" in old French... so just imagine little girls singing about being that.So who is this mysterious angel? Mylene started out with short red hair, almost boyish looking. Her videos would almost always take place in the 1800', and she would play a man many times. You will see blood in many of her videos... But what makes Mylene Farmer unique? If I had to pick only one thing, I would say her lyrics. She writes all her songs. Her lyrics are deep, full of emotions, real, and erotic, all at the same time. She sings her songs in a whispering voice, and can get to high notes very easily. The Mylene of this century has longer hair, still fire-red. She dresses with either lots of long transparent materials... or lots of short outfits with long boots... well, how sexier can this get?Her songs not only are powerful, but along with her music, make her sound and look like an angel. I am a true fan, and from all her albums since she started, there is maybe 2 or 3 songs that I don't care for. Her albums get better each time, lyric and music wise... If you are browsing this site searching for your first French album, don't look any further... Mylene Farmer is the one you were looking for. (And if you are looking for a male singer: Jean-Jacques Goldman, without a doubt).I hope this was somewhat useful to you out there..."
Mylene's BEST BY FAR
Justin Elswick | Provo Utah | 08/01/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I am baffled that some reviewers think that this album is inferior to Mylene's previous work...HELLO!!! This is by far her best album to date. Not only is it a lengthy album, but each song is distinct and beautiful in its own right. For example, "Innamoramento" is a stunningly lovely slow song, while "L'Ame Stram Grame" is trance-y and rythmic. "Mylenium" reminds me of Adiemus--tribal, but ethereal. "Dessine-Moi Un Mouton" is amazing with its catchy electric guitar rifts and Mylene's cooing voice. "Je Te Rends Ton Amour" is a laid-back, slightly trip-hoppy groove...Ahh...I just hope that Mylene keeps doing this kind of music. It is far more mature and moving than anything she's previously done. And may I say...this album is far better than ANYTHING Madonna (with whom Mylene is often compared) has ever done. Even English speaking music-lovers should purchase this CD."
If could, I'd give it more stars....
Fernando Silva | Santiago de Chile. | 08/06/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This CD, has become one of my most cherished possessions, 'cos this french artist has grown in my soul & spirit, so greatly, that she has transformed in almost like a sort of "muse" of mine.

Seldom I do admit that I'm a fan of an artist, I like many singers a lot, but Mylene is my supreme "goddess". In spite that I understand very little of the french language, there's something in her music, melodies, in her phrasing, voice, etc...that bewitches me. When I listen over and over again, to most of her albums, especially this one, I "fall" like in a "sort of trance". In fact, I've been trying to transalate by myself some of her lyrics, with the aid of a dictionnary, which are very poetic, sophisticated and inspired.

When I first bought the album, I had my "immediate" favorite tracks, most notably the awesome, title song, "Innamoramento", "L'Amour Naissant", "Je Te Rends Mon Amour" (I give you my love?) and "Pas le temps de Vivre" (means something like "There's no time to live"), a wondrous, evocative song.

But then, with the many listenings, plus watching the DVD clips of some of this songs and the Mylenium Tour Concert DVD, which features most of its songs (thanks to France, where I bought these Zone 2, PAL, DVD's), ...this album definitely grew more and more in me...and I haven't get tired of listening to these songs, a thousand times.

Other notable songs (& more rhythmic), are "Dessine-Moi un Mouton", "Mefie-Toi", "L'Ame-Stram-Gram" and "Souviens Toi Du Jour"....BTW "Mylenium" was used as overture for the awesome "Mylenium Tour" 2000 Concert, at good advantage & with great effect, a tune that grows "in crescendo". The opening sequence of the concert is truly, truly remarkable, it should be available for the American Market (Zone 1 NTSC).

It may be not every person's "cup of tea", but if you like Sarah MacLachlan, Enya, or singers like those, give a try to this "ethereal" album of this great "Chanteuse" of French Pop. IMHO, her best studio album to date, followed closely by "Anamorphosée", a different concept album, with stronger guitars and "rockier" songs.

Listening to this cd inspires me, emotions me, makes me happy, hypnotizes me, "transports" me....but beware!, IMHO, to feel the "full effect" of this album, you must listen to it, concentrated, with the volume loud, or better, with your headphones's a complete unique experience. You'll listen to her melodious high-pitched voice at its most glorious."