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With a title inspired by A Clockwork Orange, Pamplemousse Mecanique is the 2007 release from French comedy/punk-rock outfit Les Fatals Picards. The follow-up to Picardia Independenza includes the singles "Bernard Lavilliers" and "Mon Pere Etait Tellement de Gauche," alongside parodies of songs by Parisian alt-rock group No One Is Innocent, ("Commandante") new wave six-piece Indochine ("Cure Toujours") and Toulouse collective Zebda ("Monter le Pantalon"). ~ Jon O'Brien, Rovi


Formed: France

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Formed in 1996, comedy-punk ensemble Les Fatals Picards achieved a modicum of renown when they were a finalist in the 2007 Eurovision song contest. Singing with their regional accents, the band prides itself on lampooning the violence of rap and the commercialism of all other types of music. Their album Pamplemousse...
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