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Customer Reviews

Simply Magnifique!

After a more pop-rock sound in her previous album 'Longueur D'ondes', Natasha has made a risky transformation to a more techno-dance sound - but she has pulled it off fantastically and I am so glad I bought the album. It has a modern feel this time, with some very catchy songs. In particular, 'L'esprit de famille', '1,2,3', 'l'orient-express' and 'John' have a superb rhythm as well as powerful lyrics. The general theme of this album has shifted from Natasha's usual: love. On this album she sings a lot about her family, including her brother 'John' who she devotes a whole song to. A must-buy album, worth every penny, strongly recommended. Well done natasha!

Biography

Born: 10 February 1981

Genre: French Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Singer Natasha St-Pier followed in the footsteps of fellow French-Canadian diva Celine Dion to achieve international pop stardom of her own. Born February 10, 1981, in Bathurst, New Brunswick, she studied piano and dance throughout childhood and made her professional stage debut at age eight. Already a seasoned veteran of the regional festival circuit, St-Pier vaulted to national fame in 1993 via Quebec's famed television amateur showcase Le Pouvoir de la Chanson, making series history as the youngest...
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