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Before he was an international star, Serge Gainsbourg was a songwriter’s songwriter—as this collection amply attests. He was both a consummate storyteller—he imagines his way into the life of a ticket-taker in the early gem “Le poinçonneur de lilas”—and a reckless provocateur: “Je t’aime moi non plus” is as shocking today as it was in 1969 (and that’s not even the steamy original with Brigitte Bardot). With his liquid baritone and flair for melody, Gainsbourg still holds us rapt, decades after his passing.

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Quintessential Serge Gainsbourg

It doesn't get better then this...the classics unadulturated...saturated Serge. If you could only buy one album as the soundtrack of your life...this is the one to pick. Raison d'etre...

a great perv for the ages! LOL

I know very little french, but you owe it to yourself to hear serge....he's one of a kind...bonnie and clyde will get stuck in your head, it's ridiculously infectious!


I too first heard this song on Rush Hour 3 and fell in love with it. IT IS THE BOMB


Born: April 2, 1928 in Paris, France

Genre: French Pop

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s

Serge Gainsbourg was the dirty old man of popular music; a French singer/songwriter and provocateur notorious for his voracious appetite for alcohol, cigarettes, and women, his scandalous, taboo-shattering output made him a legend in Europe but only a cult figure in America, where his lone hit "Je T'Aime...Moi Non Plus" stalled on the pop charts -- fittingly enough -- at number 69. Born Lucien Ginzberg in Paris on April 2, 1928, his parents were Russian Jews who fled to France following the events...
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