Téléphone

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Téléphone
Origin Paris
Genres Rock
Years active 1976–1986
Labels EMI, Virgin Records
Website www.telephonelegroupe.com
Past members Jean-Louis Aubert
Louis Bertignac
Corine Marienneau
Richard Kolinka

Téléphone was a French rock band formed in 1976 by Jean-Louis Aubert (singer/guitarist), Louis Bertignac (guitarist/singer), Corine Marienneau (bass/singer) and Richard Kolinka (drums).

Their first, self-titled album, was released in 1977; by the end of the decade they were one of the biggest French rock bands around, opening shows for The Rolling Stones in Paris, Quebec, the United States and Japan. The band split in 1986 for personal reasons.

Among their best-known songs are "Hygiaphone", "Métro c'est trop" ("Metro's Too Much"), "La bombe humaine" ("Human bomb"), "Argent trop cher" ("Money Too Expensive"), "Ça c'est vraiment toi" ("That Is So You"), "Cendrillon" ("Cinderella"), "New York avec toi" ("New York With You") and "Un autre Monde" ("Another World").

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Live albums[edit]

  • Le Live (1986) - "Au cœur de la nuit", "Fait divers", "Dure limite", "Un peu de ton amour", "La bombe humaine", "Cendrillon", "New York avec toi", "Electric Cité", "Le Taxi-las", "Juste un autre genre", "Ce que je veux", "Argent trop cher", "Ça (c'est vraiment toi)", "Un autre monde", "Hygiaphone", "Fleur de ma ville".
  • Paris 81 (2000) - "Crache ton venin", "Faits divers", "Au cœur de la nuit", "Ploum ploum", "Fleur de ma ville", "Argent trop cher", "Ordinaire", "La bombe humaine", "Laisse Tomber", "Seul", "Téléphomme", "Hygiaphone", "Tu vas me manquer", "Le Silence".

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