3 (Indochine album)

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3
Indochine - 3-front.jpg
Studio album by Indochine
Released 10 May 1985
Recorded January–February 1985 at Studio Ferber, Paris, and Red Bus Studio, London
Genre Post-punk, new wave
Length 40:18
Label Ariola
Producer Philippe Eidel, Indochine
Indochine chronology
Le Péril Jaune
(1983)
3
(1985)
Indochine Au Zénith
(1986)

3 is the third studio album by French new wave band, Indochine. It was released in 1985 in France, Germany, Canada, Japan and Sweden.

"3eme Sexe" was the inspiration for Mylène Farmer's song "Sans contrefaçon". Miss Kittin covered "3ème Sexe" for her album I Com.[1]

Track listing

No. Title Length
1. "3eme Sexe" 5:01
2. "Canary Bay" 5:23
3. "Monte Cristo" 4:32
4. "Salômbo" 5:09
5. "Hors-La-Loi" 3:09
6. "A L'Assaut (Des Ombres Sur L'O)" 3:49
7. "3 Nuits Par Semaine" 5:14
8. "Le Train Sauvage" 3:18
9. "Tes Yeux Noirs" 4:51

References

  1. ^ Loftus, Johnny (2004). ((( I Com > Overview ))) Allmusic. Retrieved 2010-07-20.

External links

  • Detailed album information at www.indo-chine.org

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