L'incroyable Vérité

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L'incroyable Vérité
Studio album by Sébastien Tellier
Released June 12, 2001
Genre Pop, electronic
Label Record Makers, Astralwerks
Producer Sébastien Tellier
Sébastien Tellier chronology
L'incroyable Vérité
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L'incroyable Vérité is the debut album of Sébastien Tellier, released in 2001. The music was written by Tellier with lyrics by Mathieu Tonetti and Tellier. With material from the album, Tellier joined the band Air in their United States tour in the summer of 2001. The song "Universe" from the album is featured in the film Daft Punk's Electroma and the song "Fantino" appears in the film "Lost in Translation". L'incroyable Vérité received positive reviews upon release.

L'incroyable Vérité is a pop album featuring styles from lo-fi electronica to bizarre cabaret tunes.[citation needed] Its sleeve featured Tellier in full evening dress on the front, while the back of jacket had a shot of him cavorting in a playboy's pool. He instructed listeners only to listen to the album by candlelight.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Oh malheur chez O'Malley"
  2. "Kazoo III"
  3. "Universe"
  4. Trilogie chien: "L'enfance d'un chien"
  5. Trilogie chien: "Une vie de papa"
  6. Trilogie chien: "Fin chien"
  7. "Grec"
  8. "Kissed by you"
  9. "Fantino"
  10. "Trilogie femme"
    • Vierges
    • Une vraie maman
    • Face au miroir
  11. "Black douleur"

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