Vu De L'Extérieur

537 184-5

Dirty, filthy, scatological fun, but all wrapped so smoothly, so sweetly, and so irresistibly seductively.’ This is how one reviewer described this breathtaking 1973 album which saw Serge work with legendary UK session men such as Alan Hawkshaw.  It’s soundscapes range from gentle rock to mild funk, from dreamy ballads to heart-stopping tunefulness. Beautifully repressed in the artwork of its original French pressing and including stellar tracks such as ‘Je suis venu te dire que je m'en vais,’ a must for all Gainsbourg completists and those new to this musical colossus.

Je Suis Venu Te Dire Que Je M'En Vais
Vu De L'Extérieur
Panpan Culcul
Par Hasard Et Pas Rasé
Des Vents Des Pets Des Poums
Pamela Popo
La Poupée Qui Fait
Sensuelle Et Sans Suite