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Album Review

Provocative flame-haired diva Mylène Farmer may remain a virtual unknown outside of Europe, but has pretty much reigned as the Queen of Pop in her French homeland since bursting onto the scene in the mid-'80s. Focusing on material from her chart-topping last three studio albums (2005's Avant Que l'Ombre..., 2008's Point de Suture, and 2010's Bleu Noir), this second official retrospective shows that even as she enters her fifties, she's in no mood to relinquish her pop crown just yet. Indeed, there are very few compilations out there able to boast nine number one singles, let alone a staggering consecutive eight, as showcased by a chronological run starting with Moby collaboration "Slipping Away" and ending with the Red One-produced "Lonely Lisa," making her the most chart-topping artist in French history. However, there's more to 2001-2011 than just a remarkable book of stats. The melancholic balladry of "Si J'Avais au Moins" and "Redonne-Moi" reveals that her soprano voice is just as effective as her trademark whispery tones; the bass-driven acid house of "Degeneration" and the squelchy acidic techno of "C'est dans l'Air" are effortlessly convincing ventures into pulsing club-friendly territory; while the controversial war of the sexes-themed "F**k Them All" and the explicit electro of "Sextonik" prove the "power to shock" comparisons with Madonna certainly aren't without merit. The dreary balladry of "Avant Que l'Ombre..." and the irritating Scooter-esque high-pitched synths on "Oui Mais…Non" show she isn't always so on the ball, while the generic trance-pop of the two brand-new tracks, "Du Temps" and "Sois Moi — Be Me," indicates Farmer could do with a rethink for album number nine. But while 2001-2011 may struggle to achieve anywhere near the same success as 2001 predecessor Les Mots (France's biggest-selling compilation of all time), it's still a consistently impressive body of work suggesting that those with an aversion to European pop are missing out. ~ Jon O'Brien, Rovi

Customer Reviews

One of the most amazing french artists

Words cannot describe how I like her music. This compilation represents best singles from her latest albums.
'Du Temps' is a new song, never released before, as well as 'Sois Moi (Be Me)'

Love Mylene!

This is a nice compliation from Mylene's most recent albums, great for anyone who doesn't have them. For real fans the lure is the two new songs and sorry to say they aren't very good. Both sound like rejects from the "Bleu Noir" album and listening to them one can understand why they would be left off. "Du Temps" is the better piece while "Sois Moi" is an outright bore. But Mylene is still the queen of French pop and I look forward to anything she turns out.




Born: September 12, 1961 in Pierrefonds, Quebec, Canada

Genre: French Pop

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Mylène Farmer is a Canadian-born French pop superstar who rose to fame in the 1980s and topped the charts time and time again for decades thereafter. Known for giving precious few interviews and doing little to no promotion, she is a deeply mysterious figure with a cult following of fans around the world. Videos and concerts are an integral part of her musical act and its inclination toward taboo subject matters such as sex and death. Born Mylène Jeanne Gautier on September 12, 1961, in Montreal,...
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