Partenaire Particulier

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Partenaire Particulier
Origin France
Genres Pop, New wave
Years active 1983–1989, 2006–present
Labels Chris' Music
Website Official site
Members Eric Fettweis (since 1983)
Past members Pierre Béraud-Sudreau (1984-2009)
Dominique Delaby (1983-1986)
Laurent Le Trillard (1986)

Partenaire Particulier is French pop, electronic, and new wave band from Bordeaux. It was successful in France in the mid-1980s. Three of their singles were ranked on the SNEP chart (Top 50), including their signature song "Partenaire Particulier".[1] They stopped releasing records in 1989, although they produced some records in the early 1990s using different pseudonyms.

The group was recently revived, due to their appearance in the RFM Party Tour.
Eric Fettweis under the "Partenaire Particulier" moniker released "Geek" in 2011 .

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • 1986 : Jeux interdits
  • 1988 : Le Chant des vautours
  • 1993 : The very best of
  • 1998 : Collection légende
  • 2008 : Partenaire Particulier : le son des années 80
  • 2011 : Geek

Singles[edit]

  • 1985 : "Partenaire Particulier" / "Partenaire Particulier" (instrumental remix) - #3 in France, Gold disc
  • 1986 : "Je n'oublierai jamais" / "Une Autre Nuit" - #24 in France
  • 1987 : "Elle est partie" / "Elle n'aimait pas les garçons" - #17 in France
  • 1987 : "Tiphaine" / "Le Regard fier"
  • 1988 : "L'Armée" / "Le Rire de Sidonie"
  • 1989 : "L'Amour à trois" / "Non !"
  • 2011 : "Effigie" / "Planet B."
  • 2012 : "Pourrir en enfer" (duet with Angie Doll)

12 inch releases[edit]

  • 1986 : "Tiphaine (Quand tu téléphones)"
  • 1989 : "L'amour à trois"
  • 1990 : "Hypnoteck" (using the "DK Dance" pseudonym)
  • 1990 : "Are friends electric" / "Beside Steel" / "Still beside"
  • 1990 : "Din Da Dance" (using the "Biz'Art" pseudonym)
  • 1991 : "It's a lot" (using the "DK Dance" pseudonym)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Partenaire Particulier discography and peak positions Lescharts.com (Retrieved October 14, 2008)

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