Nouvelle Vague - This is not a Best Of

Tracklist

Side A
1.
I Melt With You
Nouvelle Vague
04:02
2.
Just Can't Get Enough
Nouvelle Vague
03:09
3.
Ever Fallen In Love
Nouvelle Vague
03:22
4.
Love Will Tear Us Apart
Nouvelle Vague
03:19
5.
Heaven
Nouvelle Vague
04:06
6.
Guns Of Brixton
Nouvelle Vague
04:08
7.
All My Colours (Feat. Ian Mc Culloch)
Nouvelle Vague
03:56
Side B
1.
Making Plans For Nigel
Nouvelle Vague
03:33
2.
Blue Monday
Nouvelle Vague
03:05
3.
Teenage Kicks
Nouvelle Vague
02:10
4.
Dancing With Myself
Nouvelle Vague
03:11
5.
Master And Servant (Feat. Martin Gore)
Nouvelle Vague
03:20
6.
In A Manner Of Speaking
Nouvelle Vague
03:57
7.
Our Lips Are Sealed (Feat. Terry Hall)
Nouvelle Vague
03:29
8.
Too Drunk To Fuck
Nouvelle Vague
02:18

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« Well, it is a best off... »

...and we like it! Contains everything you need. Well almost: "Friday night and saturday morning" is missing :-)


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Description

Originally released in 2010, Nouvelle Vague's Best Of was released for the first time on vinyl.
With the most emblematic titles of his career: In a Manner of Speaking, Just Can’t Get Enough, Love Will Tear Us Apart, Teenage Kicks, Too Drunk Too Fuck, etc.
15 titles including 3 featuring prestige, in duet with Mélanie Pain: Martin Gore of Depeche Mode (Master & Servant), and Ian Mc Culloch (Echo & The Bunnymen), Terry Hall (The Specials) in duet with Marina Celeste.

Reviews

  1. Marc Collin founds Kwaidan Records in Paris.

Composer/producer with an eye for talent - a quick description that neatly resumes the talents of Marc Collin, who over the years has progressed from the studio to playing live.

Whether on projects like Nouvelle Vague (often a launchpad for an impressive list of artists on the rise) or with artists such as Yasmine Hamdan (an iconic French-Lebanese singer), Phoebe Killdeer (now known worldwide for her remix by The Avener) and Jay-Jay Johanson (the Scandinavian crooner), Marc Collin nurtures international artists whose particular sensibility and experience appeal to him.

Particularly careful with his production values, Marc Collin is above all a lover of old synths, the ones that left their mark on the 80s, and knows how to get the best out of them for his modern productions by addressing a wide audience.

With its meticulous production characterised by a certain sweetness and subtlety, whether in English, French or more exotic languages, Kwaidan Records is a Parisian institution that welcomes artists from anywhere in the world, helping them develop and confirm their talent.

https://www.kwaidanrecords.net/