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La Femme - Mystere
La Femme - Mystere
Performer: La Femme
Title: Mystere
Label: Disque Pointu
Country: France
Released: 02 Sep 2016
Style: Surf
Cat: 5705442
Rating: 4.5/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 1659 mb | MP3 size: 1017 mb | WMA size: 2244 mb
Genre: Rock / Pop

1Always In The Sun
Trombone – Daniel BardaWritten-By, Vocals – Grace Hartzel
2Elle Ne T'Aime Pas
Recorded By – Sam Lefèvre, Thibaut Javoy
3Le Vide Est Ton Nouveau Prénom4:08
Vocals – Naomi Greene
Vocals – Dyna Dagger
Written-By – Clémence Quélennec, Étienne Dumas, Lucas Nunez Ritter
9Al Warda
Written-By, Vocals – Sarah Ben Abdallah
10Où Va Le Monde
Backing Vocals – Mathilde Fernandez
11Conversations Nocturnes0:22
Vocals – Battista Acquaviva
Backing Vocals – Mathilde MarlièreVocals, Backing Vocals – Pandora Decoster
15Tueur De Fleurs3:43
Vocals – Angela Hureau
17Le Chemin
Backing Vocals – Clara Luciani, Jane Peynot
18Couteau 3:05


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
BB086La Femme Mystère ‎(2xLP, Album)Born Bad Records, Disque PointuBB086France2016
5705440La Femme Mystère ‎(CD, Album, Jew)Disque Pointu, Barclay5705440France2016
5705440La Femme Mystère ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, Box)Disque Pointu, Barclay5705440France2017
5705441La Femme Mystère ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, Jew)Disque Pointu, Barclay5705441France2016
5705441La Femme Mystère ‎(CD, Album, Car)Disque Pointu, Barclay5705441France2016


  • Artwork, CoverTanino Liberatore
  • Backing VocalsAurélie Magnée (tracks: 1-02, 1-03), Chloé Got (tracks: 1-14, 1-15.1), Clémence Quélennec (tracks: 1-07, 1-09, 1-14, 1-15.1), Sarah Ben Abdallah (tracks: 1-07, 1-13)
  • Bass ClarinetRaul Colosimo (tracks: 1-07, 1-12, 2-01)
  • DesignLucas Nunez Ritter, Victor Muzet-Herrström
  • DrumsNoé Delmas (tracks: 1-03 to 1-05, 1-08, 1-10 to 1-15.1)
  • ManagementStéphane Le Sciellour
  • Mixed BySonny Di Perri (tracks: 1, 2, 4 to 8, 10 to 15, ), Stéphane "Alf" Briat (tracks: 3, 9)
  • ProducerLa Femme
  • ScratchesDJ Pone (tracks: 1-08, 1-12)
  • ViolinAlice Bourlier (tracks: 1-07, 1-12, 1-14), Camille Verhoeven (tracks: 1-07, 1-12, 1-14), Maria Mosconi (tracks: 1-07, 1-12, 1-14), Paul Brajer (tracks: 1-05, 1-14)
  • VocalsClara Luciani (tracks: 1-02, 1-03), Clémence Quélennec (tracks: 1-01, 1-03, 1-08, 1-10), Jane Peynot (tracks: 1-02, 1-03, 2-01), Marlon Magnée (tracks: 1-03, 1-05, 1-09, 1-10), Mathilde Marlière (tracks: 1-11, 1-14, 1-15.1), Sacha Got (tracks: 1-03, 1-07, 1-08)
  • Written-By, Guitar, KeyboardsMarlon Magnée, Sacha Got
  • Written-By, Recorded BySam Lefèvre (tracks: 1-07, 1-12)


Comes in 3-panel cardboard sleeve with 24-page booklet with picture, lyrics, tracklisting & credits.

Track 1-15 contains a hidden track (track 1-15.3) not listed on the back cover but credited on booklet.
Track 1-15.1 lasts for 13:00 before a period of silence.

Dedicated to Pierre Dubourdieu.


  • Barcode (Scan): 602557054422
  • Barcode (Text): 6 02557 05442 2


  • Exclusive Retailer – FNAC
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Disque Pointu
  • Copyright (c) – Disque Pointu
  • Published By – Editions Chantefable
  • Mixed At – Kingsize Soundlabs
  • Mixed At – Bleeps Basic Basement



Mystère is the second album from French psychedelic rock group La Femme, released on 2 September ère est le deuxième album du groupe français La Femme. Il est sorti le 2 septembre 2016. Mystère Q&A. Producers La Femme. Writers AJA FRA, Etienne Dumas, Grace Hartzel & 5 more. Basse Sam Lefèvre. Batterie Noé Delmas. Chant AJA FRA, Angela Hureau, Battista Aquaviva & 10 more. Listen free to La Femme Mystère Sphynx, Le Vide Est Ton Nouveau Prénom and more. 16 tracks 71:33. La Femme - Sphynx. La Femme - Le Vide Est Ton Nouveau Prénom. La Femme - Où Va Le Monde. La Femme - Septembre. La Femme - Tatiana. La Femme - Conversations Nocturnes. La Femme - . La Femme - Exorciseur. La Femme - Elle Ne T'aime Pas. La Femme - Mycose. La Femme - Tueur De Fleurs. La Femme - Al Warda. Язык: Русский. Страна: США. One gets the feeling that the collective's leaders, singerkeyboardist Marlon Magnée and guitarist Sacha Got, don't worry too much about expectations, though, as they deliver more of their free-spirited avant-indie-electronic mosaics. Like their debut, Mystère carries a sound that's at once retro and futuristic, or more precisely like contemporary music might have bee. Покупайте и продавайте винил и компакт-диски, формируйте. Album 2016 17 Songs. Mystère La Femme. Mystère, 2016. La Femme. Le vide est ton nouveau prénom, 04:07. Où va le monde, 05:37. Septembre, 03:51. Tatiana, 02:43. Conversations nocturnes, 00:21

Comments (3)
The album is more quiet here, but it's not an album worse than the first one if someone is expecting more synth pop punk it may be less liked. Songs do not bore you can enjoy the well done lots of vocals and ubiquitous savings really this band has its climate is not repetitive.Listen, and in time, come to this is a successful album.
The album’s title Mystere is a dead give away as to what you may or may not expect from La Femme, on this their second album, where the band not only creates, but submerges themselves in to a grab bag of sorts, ranging from surf rock, near punk, synth-pop, and several skirts with pastoral psychedelia that are rather short for the intensity and emotion [though some will question the sincerity of that emotion], delivering a lengthy sixteen tracks that swell and ebb, as if this creation were designed and produced by a club DJ who just can’t get enough of the addictive attitude, or lack thereof, of La Femme.Make no mistake about it, this is serious music only, for those who want to have serious mindless fun. Mystere is like going to the carnival and then deciding to live there, where the flashing of bright lights shower over the wide eyed faces of the audience, with a relentless backbeat that sets it all to motion, invigorate an atmosphere of randomness and surprise. There is no musical theme found on Mystere, what is found is more cinematic, where the lead vocals change and interchange [both male and female] in an almost film noir soundtrack, where once down the rabbit hole, every room one enters is compelling and completely different … and all seeming to be going on simultaneously. Some have essentially called this a release a free spirited avant indie mosaic of electronics. I would suggest that it’s an adventure into the world of techno meets dream-pop, under varied chemical influences that eventually fold back on themselves, delivering a morphing of disco, but sustained disco nonetheless. Topping in at nearly 70 minutes this modern opus, with its sci-fi nature is rather long, and certainly a challenge to get through in one sitting … though if you do manage the listening feat, you just might find yourself treated the complexities of a rabbit hole you rather enjoy. Though having said that, in all honesty, Mystere is not important, nor is it enduring, it’s simply a modern presentation of so much that’s gone before, freshened up of course, yet merely the background to esoteric atmospheric existentialism, though lacking in authenticity.Yet sometimes … eating sweets is its own reward. Review by Jenell Kesler
In my opinion first album was nothing more than orgasm after the obscure cinema porno show. I like it, but after few I get bored. There were and are many groups doing the same sort of music. Not bad, but nothing new and to remember.