Mylene Farmer - Les Mots album FLAC
Les Mots is the first compilation by French singer Mylène Farmer, released on 26 November 2001. It contains most of the singer's hits and three new songs. It was certified Diamond in France. In 2001, rumours were launched that Farmer was doing her first compilation. However, while some people thought that it would be a remixes compilation as Dance Remixes, for others it would be an acoustic compilation and for others, it would be a best of containing all Farmer's hits
Mylène farmer chaîne youtube officielle. UMG; BMI - Broadcast Music In. União Brasileira de Compositores, LatinAutor, Muserk Rights Management, SODRAC, ASCAP" и другие авторские общества (9).
Les Mots" (English: "The Words") is a 2001 song recorded as a duet by the French singer-songwriter Mylène Farmer and the English soul singer Seal. It was the first single from her best of album, Les Mots, and was released on 13 November 2001. It was Farmer's third duet, after those with Jean-Louis Murat in 1991 and Khaled in 1997, and her first international duet. Les Mots" is a bilingual song, containing verses in French (sung by Farmer) and in English (by Seal)
Energetic Ethereal Romantic Sensual Sexy Stylish Elegant Refined Theatrical. Les Mots: The Best of Mylene Farmer. The first hits package from iconic singer/songwriter Mylene Farmer, 2001 release Mots, showcases her musical evolution from French pop chanteuse to feisty rock chick to futuristic dance diva. alongside three new compositions, "C'est Une Belle Journee," "Pardonne-Moi," and the title track collaboration with Seal.
Les Mots is the first compilation by French singer Mylène Farmer, released on November 26, 2001. It achieved a smash success: it sold more than . million copies in France only, achieving Diamond status there, thus becoming to date the best-selling best-of album in France ever. 1 Background and release This album includes all Farmer's tracks released as singles since "Maman a tort" until "L'Histoire d'une fée, c'est.
Mylène Farmer is a Canadian born French singer, songwriter, occasional actress, and author. Farmer was born Mylène Gautier on 12th September 1961 in Pierrefonds, Quebec, a suburb (now borough) of Montreal. Her parents had moved from France in the late 1950s as Farmer's father, Max, pursued an engineering contract on a dam. Her family returned to France when she was eight, settling in the Parisian suburb of Ville d'Avray. In her teenage years, Farmer was passionate about horse-riding, qualifying as a riding instructor at the equestrian centre in Saumur.
Mylène Farmer (pronounced: ), born Mylène Jeanne Gautier; born 12 September 1961), is a French singer, songwriter, occasional actress and author.