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Champs Élysées / Champs Elysees

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Download links and information about Champs Élysées / Champs Elysees by Bob Sinclar. This album was released in 2000 and it belongs to Electronica, House, Dancefloor, Dance Pop genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 01:05:27 minutes.

Artist: Bob Sinclar
Release date: 2000
Genre: Electronica, House, Dancefloor, Dance Pop
Tracks: 13
Duration: 01:05:27
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Champs Élysées Theme 4:26
2. I Feel for You 5:50
3. You Are Beautiful 2:06
4. Striptease 4:29
5. Got to Be Free 5:43
6. Life 6:25
7. Save Our Soul 4:22
8. Phasing news 4:05
9. Ich rocke 4:06
10. Freedom 6:30
11. Darlin' 5:00
12. I Feel for You (Bob's Disco Remix) 7:14
13. Ich rocke (Turntablerocker Remix) 5:11

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Bob Sinclar, just slightly more of a self-publicist than Thomas Bangalter (the Daft Punk mainman and co-producer of Sinclar's "Gym Tonic" hit), seemed completely resistant to changing any of the longstanding clichés of filter-disco and the '70s nostalgia movement for his second LP, Champs Elysées. Ably summoning the spirit of the age of Cerrone and Charlie's Angels, Sinclar proved himself a solid producer despite the lack of freshness, adding in plenty of swooping strings, nickel-bag guitars, and soft-toned keyboards. "Got to Be Free" and "Darlin'" (featuring ex-D-Train vocalist James "D-Train" Williams) are a pair of disco-mover productions that wouldn't sound out of place on classic American R&B radio, and Sinclar has plenty of fun throughout the LP.