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Labeled the enfant terrible of French entertainment, anarchic comedian/singer Didier Super's third album, Ben Quoi?, is as controversial as ever, featuring his politically incorrect observations on a wide range of subjects, from religion and politics to social issues. The follow-up to the second instalment of Vaut Mieux en Rire Que S'en Foutre, the 2008 release includes previously unreleased punk-fueled songs ("Vois Sur Ton Chemin," "A Bas les Gens Qui Bossent") and standup excerpts recorded at Theatre Le Temple in Paris. ~ Jon O'Brien, Rovi


Born: 1973 in Douai, France

Genre: French Pop

Years Active: '00s

The first word that comes to mind for anyone who has ever heard the name of Olivier Haudegond aka Didier Super's music either on record or on-stage: provocation. Sheer provocation. Very few artists have managed to get signed on such labels as V2 or Universal with such an act. Imagine a blend of cynicism, irony, bad taste, insolence, rude aggressiveness, crudity and, one must admit, both bad music and bad singing. So what was it that made Super's indecent proposal so appealing that people wanted to...
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