Bangbang* ‎– Je T'aime Je T'aime

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Yellow Productions ‎– 3984-25741-2
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CD, Album
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1 Two Fingers
Featuring – Jay-Jay Johanson
4:29
2 Pom Pom Girl 5:01
3 Je T'aime Je T'aime 5:44
4 Believe
Featuring – Garry Christian
3:37
5 Murmur
Featuring – Athena Constantine
5:21
6 The Prisoner
Featuring – Margeaux LampleyFlute – Chris HaywardGuitar – Patrick Woodcock
6:22
7 Bye Bye Blues
Guitar – Patrick Woodcock
5:06
8 Without You
Featuring – Mary Gallagher
4:29
9 Tchin Tchin 6:26
10 Sacré Cœur 4:02

Credits

Notes

Mixed at "Studio 107".
Mastered at The Exchange.

℗ 1999 Bang Bang & Beats
© 1998 Yellow Productions

Cat.# variations:
3984257412 on spine
3984-25741-2 on back cover

Packaged as a four fold digipak.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 639842574129
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L011
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 05Z8
  • Matrix / Runout: PRO1129
  • Rights Society: SACEM SACD SDRM SGDL
  • Other (Distribution Code): EW 868

Other Versions (4 of 4) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
YP 048 Bang Bang Je T'aime Je T'aime(2xLP, Album) Yellow Productions YP 048 France 1998 Sell This Version
TFCK-87815 Bangbang* Je T'aime Je T'aime(CD, Album) Toy's Factory TFCK-87815 Japan 2000 Sell This Version
PRO 1129 Bang Bang Je T'aime Je T'aime(CD, Album, Promo) Yellow Productions, EastWest PRO 1129 France 1998 Sell This Version
YPCD048 Bangbang* Je T'aime Je T'aime(CD, Album) Союз YPCD048 Russia 2007 Sell This Version

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March 5, 2004

Xavier Jamaux’s first album as Bang Bang delivers on the band’s name: it’s two powerful bullets of beauty –- one into the heart and the other into the forehead. From the first track, the lingering and melancholy “Two Fingers” to the delicate grooves of “Sacre Couer” (the final track, a reprise of “Two Fingers”), <I>Je T’Aime, Je T’Aime</I> oozes warmth and class. The bpms never go above 100, but don’t take that to mean that the songs are boring. Far from it, each track revels in its own pleasures. “Murmur” is a whispered love song, one that should be playing in bedrooms across the globe. Relaxation has never been so sublime.