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Album Review

German schlager singer Michelle celebrates her 40th birthday with the release of her 13th studio album, L'Amour. The record was mostly written and produced by "rock schlager" veteran Matthias Reim (who used to be in a relationship with Michelle and is the father of her 11-year-old daughter Marie-Luise), with Amadeus Crotti and Luis Rodriguez serving as co-producers, and songwriter Jörgen Elofsson contributing the ballad "Was, Wenn Mein Herz Sich Irrt." Other songs on the album include a remake of her 2002 single "Das Hotel in St. Germain" and a "sequel" called "Abschied von St. Germain" as well as the uptempo number "Große Liebe," which serves as L'Amour's first single.

Biography

Born: 15 February 1972 in Villingen-Schwenningen, Germany

Genre: German Pop

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

Pop diva Michelle spent more than a decade in the upper echelons of the German charts. Born Tanja Oberloher in Villingen-Schwenningen on February 15, 1972, she grew up in the Blumberg area, singing in local bands as a teen. Appearances on radio outlet Südwestfunk led to her discovery by singer Kristina Bach, who produced the renamed Michelle's 1993 debut single, "Und Heut' Nacht Will Ich Tanzen." The single proved a hit, and she was invited to appear on the television music showcase ZDF-Hitparade...
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