℗ 1976 Mercury Music Group
 

L'homme à tête de chou

Serge Gainsbourg

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1
L'homme à tête de chou
Serge Gainsbourg; Alan Hawkshaw
3:00
2
Chez Max coiffeur pour hommes
Serge Gainsbourg
2:00
3
Marilou reggae
Serge Gainsbourg
2:12
4
Transit à Marilou
Serge Gainsbourg
1:33
5
Flash Forward
Serge Gainsbourg
2:37
6
Aéroplanes
Serge Gainsbourg; Alan Hawkshaw
2:37
7
Premiers symptômes
Serge Gainsbourg
1:14
8
Ma Lou Marilou
Serge Gainsbourg; Alan Hawkshaw
2:42
9
Variations sur Marilou
Serge Gainsbourg
7:40
10
Meurtre à l'extincteur
Serge Gainsbourg
0:47
11
Marilou sous la neige
Serge Gainsbourg
2:23
12
Lunatic Asylum
Serge Gainsbourg; Alan Hawkshaw
3:22
Total Playing Time    32:07
The fourth concept album of Serge Gainsbourg's discography, this 1976 release was named the 28th greatest French rock album by the French edition of Rolling Stone. The songs describe an ill-fated love affair between a man and a hair stylist named Marilou who is eventually murdered.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Mercury Music Group Studio Masters

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