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3 (Nouvelle Vague album)

Nouvelle Vague
Released 16 June 2009
Recorded 2008–2009
Genre Jazz
Bossa nova
Label Peacefrog
Producer Marc Collin and Olivier Libaux
Nouvelle Vague chronology

Couleurs sur Paris
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars [1]

3 is the third album by Nouvelle Vague, released 16 June 2009. Once again, the album consists entirely of cover versions but, according to their official MySpace "this time they’re performing duets with the original singers. The other way NV3 differs from its predecessors is in the arrangements of the songs. Aside from the reggae and bossa nova interpretations, the songs are also inspired by country music and bluegrass. For this is what they do best; they take the songs that you adore and make you fall in love with them all over again."

Track listing

No. TitleOriginal Artist Length
1. "Master and Servant" (feat. Martin Gore)Depeche Mode 3:22
2. "Blister in the Sun"  Violent Femmes 3:15
3. "Road to Nowhere"  Talking Heads 3:12
4. "All My Colours" (feat. Ian McCulloch)Echo & the Bunnymen 3:58
5. "The American"  Simple Minds 3:44
6. "Heaven"  The Psychedelic Furs 4:09
7. "Parade" (feat. Barry Adamson)Magazine 4:04
8. "Metal"  Gary Numan 3:50
9. "Ça plane pour moi"  Plastic Bertrand 3:25
10. "Our Lips Are Sealed" (feat. Terry Hall)The Go-Go's / Fun Boy Three 3:30
11. "God Save the Queen"  Sex Pistols 2:49
12. "Say Hello, Wave Goodbye"  Soft Cell 5:01
13. "So Lonely"  The Police 3:48
14. "Not Knowing"  Minimal Compact 3:04
15. "Aussi Belle Qu'Une Balle"  Taxi Girl 3:32
16. "Such a Shame"  Talk Talk 3:55
17. "Johnny and Mary" (feat. Ania)Robert Palmer 3:49


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