Song of the Week

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  • THE PRODIGY "Firestarter"

    Par YANN AUBERTOT, publié le mercredi 24 mai 2017 10:15 - Mis à jour le lundi 29 mai 2017 11:43

    The Prodigy is a British electro-punk band. It was formed in 1990 in Braintree, Essex by Liam Howlett, Keith Flint and Maxim Reality.

    They have released 6 studio albums and a live DVD called World's on Fire.

    The song Firestarter was released in 1996 on the third album called The Fat of the Land.

    In the music video the singer Liam Howlett is wearing a sweatshirt with the stars and stripes of the American flag. The video was filmed in an abandoned underground tunnel in Aldwych, London.

    I like this song because it is very energetic and the music is both electronic and rock.

    Charles YOSBERGUE, 3èmeD




  • ALOE BLACC "I Need a Dollar"

    Par YANN AUBERTOT, publié le dimanche 28 mai 2017 17:06 - Mis à jour le dimanche 28 mai 2017 17:06

    Aloe Blacc is an american singer and rapper from California.

    In 1995 he started singing in a band called Emanon and he became famous as a solo artist in 2010 when his song I Need a Dollar was featured in the opening titles of the TV series How to make it in America.

    Since then he has released 2 albums called Shine Through and Good Things.

    Cassidy GOSSART, 3èmeD
    Aline FALIGANT, 3èmeC






  • PINK FLOYD "Another brick in the Wall"

    Par Coline BAY, publié le jeudi 18 mai 2017 11:46 - Mis à jour le jeudi 18 mai 2017 15:51

    Pink Floyd is an English rock band created in 1965 in London.

    The first singer was Syd Barrett. He left the band because of drug problems and he was replaced by David Gilmour and Roger Waters.

    Pink Floyd is a legendary band in the world. Their most popular albums are The Dark Side of the Moon, The Wall and Wish You Were Here.

    Another Brick in the Wall Part 2 was released in 1979 on the album The Wall. The album tells the story of a character who builds an imaginary wall in his head. The song is about teachers who bully pupils at school. In the chorus, the Pink Floyd tell teachers to "leave kids alone".

    The video below is not the original music video from 1979. It is an extract from the film The Wall directed by Alan Parker in 1982. In the video, we can see a teacher putting pupils in a giant meat grinder. The atmosphere is creepy and the video is unsettling.

    Coline BAY & Louis BOULET, 4èmeC




  • CARIBOU "All I Ever Need"

    Par YANN AUBERTOT, publié le jeudi 11 mai 2017 12:19 - Mis à jour le jeudi 18 mai 2017 14:27

    Caribou is one-man band from Ontario, Canada. Daniel V. Snaith has been producing music since 2001. He released two albums under the name Manitoba, but he had to change his name to Caribou because there was already a singer called Richard Manitoba. Since then, he has released 4 albums, and he is popular around the world.

    The song All I Ever Need is a song from the fourth album called Our Love. It was released in 2014 and it is about a love story.

    I like the rhythm, the music is very electronic, but the voice is soft and pleasant.

    Hicham FADIL, 4èmeC



  • VAN HALEN "Jump"

    Par YANN AUBERTOT, publié le mardi 25 avril 2017 09:49 - Mis à jour le mardi 25 avril 2017 09:53

    Jump is a song by american rock band Van Halen.

    David Lee Roth was the singer, and Eddie Van Halen played the guitar. He invented a technique called tapping and became a famous guitar hero. Alex Van Halen played the drums.

    The song was released on January 1st 1984, on the band's sixth album called 1984. It is about a man who is on the verge of suicide. It was recorded at Eddie Van Halen's 5150 studio in California.

    Jump is played when Marseille's soccer team enters the football field. I like this song because for me it represents joy, and it was used in movies to express joy.

    Jankowski Loic 3èmeD



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