In 1993, Lavoine released his fifth album Faux Rêveur. Lavoine's sixth album Lavoine-Matic, released in 1996, included the single "C'est ça la France", which is a song of tolerance and was awarded Best Video from the Victoire de la Musique. In 1999, his seventh album Septième Ciel was released, with the first single as "Les Tournesols". Lavoine's eighth album, which did not have a title, was released in 2001
Lyrics By – Marc Lavoine (tracks: 1, 3, 5 to 11, 13), Pierre Grillet (tracks: 5, 10, 13). Music By – Fabrice Aboulker (tracks: 1, 3, 5 to 11, 13). Photography By – Jean-Marie Perier.
Faux Rêveur Tracklist. 1. L'Oppidum Gaulois Lyrics. Faux Rêveur Q&A. More Marc Lavoine albums. Je descends du singe. Volume 10. Show all albums by Marc Lavoine.
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Marc Lavoine chronology. Faux rêveur (1993)Faux rêveur1993. Lavoine Matic (1996)Lavoine Matic1996. 10 ans de succès, released with the yellow cover band 85-95 le meilleur de Marc Lavoine', is a 1995 compilation recorded by French artist Marc Lavoine. It was the singer's first best of and his seventh album overall. It was released in October 1995 and achieved success in France and Belgium (Wallonia), where it reached the top four.
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