C'est la Vie (Martin Solveig album)

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C'est la Vie
Studio album by Martin Solveig
Released June 2, 2008
September 28, 2009
(Definitive Edition)
Recorded 2007-2008,  France
Genre House, electro
Label Mixture Stereophonic, Universal
Producer Martin Solveig, Michaël Tordjman
Martin Solveig chronology
Hedonist
(2005)
C'est la Vie
(2008)
Smash
(2011)

C'est la Vie is Martin Solveig's 2008 album. It includes the single "C'est la Vie". The album features other songs ranging within varying genres of electronica such as house.
The album has been reissued in 2009 with one more track, "Boys & Girls" and a second CD with remixes.

Track listing[edit]

Original Edition[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "C'est la Vie" (featuring Jay Sebag) Martin Solveig 3:24
2. "I Want You" (featuring Lee Fields) Martin Solveig 4:25
3. "Butterfly" (featuring Stephy Haïk) Martin Solveig 5:04
4. "Beauty False" (performed by Martin Solveig) Martin Solveig, Michaël Tordjman 4:10
5. "Poptimistic" (spoken words by Gail Cochrane) Martin Solveig 1:19
6. "One 2.3 Four" (featuring Chakib Chambi) Martin Solveig 4:01
7. "Touch Me" (featuring Stephy Haik) Martin Solveig 5:24
8. "Bottom Line" (performed by Martin Solveig) Martin Solveig 4:06
9. "Give It to Me" (performed by Martin Solveig) Martin Solveig 5:12
10. "Superficial" (featuring Lee Fields) Martin Solveig 4:00
11. "Some Other Time" (featuring Jay Sebag) Martin Solveig, Michaël Tordjman 5:00
Total length:
46:12

Definitive Edition[edit]

Disc 1
No. Title Length
1. "Boys & Girls" (performed by Martin Solveig and Martina Sorbara) 3:45
2. "C'est la Vie"   3:24
3. "I Want You"   4:25
4. "Butterfly"   5:04
5. "Beauty False"   4:10
6. "Poptimistic"   1:19
7. "One 2.3 Four"   4:01
8. "Touch Me"   5:24
9. "Bottom Line"   4:06
10. "Give It to Me"   5:12
11. "Superficial"   4:00
12. "Some Other Time"   5:00
Disc 2
No. Title Length
1. "Intro"    
2. "One 2.3 Four" (Deepside Deejays remix)  
3. "One 2.3 Four" (Popof remix)  
4. "Boys & Girls" (Les Petits Pilous remix)  
5. "C'est la Vie" (Fedde vs. Martin club mix)  
6. "C'est la Vie" (The Bloody Beetroots remix)  
7. "I Want You" (Mowgli & Tepr remix)  
8. "I Want You" (Laidback Luke instrumental)  
9. "Boys & Girls" (Bart B More "Dans Tes Rave" remix)  
10. "Poptimistic" (Bingo Players vox)  
11. "Give It to Me" (Kolombo & Compuphonic mix - MS edit)  
12. "Give It to Me" (Tiger Stripes remix)  
13. "One 2.3 Four" (Mason's dark disco mix)  
14. "Touch Me" (John Paradox running dub)  
15. "Touch Me" (Mark Mendes remix)  
16. "One 2.3 four" (Felix Da Housecat's ATL Sia rude retro mix))  

Credits[edit]


  • Written, composed and produced by Martin Solveig for Mixture Stereophonic
    • "Beauty False" and "Some Other Time" composed and produced by Martin Solveig and Michäel Tordjman
  • Published by Temps D'Avance
    • "Beauty False" and "Some Other Time" published by Basic Like This Recordings and Temps D'Avance
  • Mixed at Studio Davout, Paris
    • "C'est la vie" and "Poptimistic" mixed at Mixture Studio, France
  • Mastered at Sterling Sound, New York City

Charts[edit]

Chart (2008) Peak
position
Belgian Albums Chart (Flanders)[1] 99
Belgian Albums Chart (Wallonia)[2] 23
French Albums Chart[3] 16
Swiss Albums Chart[4] 59

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Martin Solveig - C'est la vie". ultratop.be. Retrieved 2012-02-09. 
  2. ^ "Martin Solveig - C'est la vie". ultratop.be. Retrieved 2012-02-09. 
  3. ^ Steffen Hung. "Martin Solveig - C'est la vie". lescharts.com. Retrieved 2012-02-09. 
  4. ^ Steffen Hung. "Martin Solveig - C'est la vie". hitparade.ch. Retrieved 2012-02-09.