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Melle Katherine

MF et moi

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I still have ambivalent feelings about Mylene Farmer.
I know that she's one of the greatest French singers and yeah, she's fucking talented. Okay, but sometimes she's just... too much. I can't compare her to Alizée. Alizée is so much better, I think. More natural, and I like this. But MF... is sometimes a bit... vulgar. Sorry, this is my opinion, and I had to write it down.
But I like MF's hair colour, however mine isn't orange because of her. It's because of me, myself, so don't misunderstand me.
I think, that's all.

Updated 25th April 2013 at 21:07 by Melle Katherine

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  1. Jazzmin's Avatar
    If you find Mylene vulgar, then I cannot imagine what you would think of Serge Gainsbourg .

    (Sorry for commenting an oldie but having listened to "Pauvre Lola" I just had to )
  2. docdtv's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Jazzmin
    If you find Mylene vulgar, then I cannot imagine what you would think of Serge Gainsbourg .

    (Sorry for commenting an oldie but having listened to "Pauvre Lola" I just had to )
    I still remember when I personally "discovered" Pauvre Lola and realized how it was antecedent to Moi... Lolita. In those days, I still took part in Alizée America and reported my findings there. I was extremely shocked when I machine-searched for mention of it within the 200,000+ postings already on their site. Not a word! Evidently, no one had yet made the connection, or if they had, thought it worth writing about! That shows you just how benighted a foreign-nation fan site can be!!!

    Probably Serge's most outrageous song was Lemon Incest, performed with his early-teen daughter, Charlotte. Find it among the songs comprising the playlist An Alizée biography: The road to "L'iligy" , online here.

    As for the music video L'iligy itself, it serves as Alizée's traditional English "Christmas song" which goes along with her 2012 holiday season photo, as a manacled and bloodied American punk princess on the cover of Inked magazine. Observe that the first stanza of its third lyrical movement (my favorite part!) references an iconic image from Lemon Incest.