Priscilla is the second studio album by French singer Priscilla Betti. It was released in December 2002 and was supported by the two hit singles "Regarde-moi (teste-moi, déteste-moi)" and "Tchouk tchouk musik" which both reached the top ten in France. All songs are composed by Philippe Osman (music, arrangements) and Bertrand Châtenet (lyrics, mixing).
Priscilla is an English female given name adopted from Latin Prisca, derived from priscus. It appears in the New Testament of Christianity variously as Priscilla and Prisca, a female leader in early Christianity. The name appears in English literature in Edmund Spenser's The Faerie Queene (1596) and was adopted as an English name by the Puritans in the 17th century
1 All Trains Go To Mexico (Green Mix) 3:27. 2 Mauro's Lizard (Green Mix). 3 Night Of Life (Green Mix).
Bootleg, 1998, Vampire Musik Records. Live at Beach Bum Rock Festival, 09/07/1998. 1. Cruelty Brought Thee Orchids. 2. Summer Dying Fast. 3. Dusk and Her Embrace. Re-Issue in 1998 and 1999 by Music for Nations in alternative versions (Tombstone & Celtic Cross) with a different tracklist and different covers. DISC 1. Once Upon Atrocity. 9. Portrait of the Dead Countess. 10. Lustmord and Wargasm (the Lick of Carnivorous Winds).
The film consists of nearly a dozen individually themed sequences which reference and recreate iconography drawn from mythology, religion, literature, film and even Jungian psychology. These include sirens, water nymphs, mermaids, flowers, the jungle, The Three Musketeers, classic old Hollywood movies, angels and demons, and the Jungian duality of male and female.