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Time for some real shit

 
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Guys these are the current scores of the top 10 :

1. 47
2. 42
3. 40
4. 40
5. 40
6. 39
7. 39
8. 39
9. 38
10. 38

One vote can change everything !!!
 

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...Hello....... erm.. I'm here to *nervously reads paper* tell you all that this was the greatest NF of all time. Every song was 10/10. I cried during each masterpiece. Guys, I suggest all of you vote here. These are Kai's own words. He is not being forced to say them. Also, Pentatonix are very cool.
 

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I'll hold an LL tomorrow at 21:00CET

 
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Hélène Ségara - Plus Jamais

A great song to end this French run, would've been happy with any winner of the NF, this one is powerful ! I think I'll NQ but I hope for a little qualification xheart ! Thanks SF for the recommendation xheart

NF results :
1. Hélène Ségara - Plus Jamais : 47

2. Christophe Maé - Casting : 42

3. Vincent Niclo - Maman La Plus Belle Du Monde : 40

4. Mentissa - Et Bam : 40

5. M. Pokora - Si T'es Pas Là : 40

6. Soprano - Roule : 39

7. Amel Bent - Ma Philosophie : 39

8. BigFlo & Oli - Dommage : 39

9. Gims, Super Sayko & Hayko - Mi Gna : 38

10. Vitaa & Slimane - Avant Toi : 38

11. Daniel Balavoine - Tous Les Cris Les SOS : 37

12. Patrick Fiori & Florent Pagny - J'y Vais : 35

13. MB14 - Ma Place : 35

14. Jim Bauer - Nos Rêves D'Enfants : 34

15. Alaska Guisti - Ichabod : 34

16. Kendji Girac - Evidemment : 34

17. Moussier Tombola - Logobitombo : 33

18. Nolwenn Leroy - Ma Bretagne Quand Elle Pleut : 33

19. Grand Corps Malade - Mesdames : 33

20. A Filetta - A Paghjella di l'impiccati : 32

21. Voce Di A Gravona - Quandd' Eddi M'Accurderani : 32

22. Fréro Delavega - Le Chant Des Sirènes : 31

23. Charles Aznavour - La Bohème : 30

24. Ma√ęlle - L'Effet De Masse: 30

25. Petru Guelfucci - Corsica : 29

26. Vianney - Je M'en Vais : 29

27. Tom Leeb - Distance Is A Thing : 28

28. Battista Acquaviva - Prituri : 28

29. Mika - Grace Kelly : 27

30. Francè Zito - Lettera D'Argentina : 26

31. Claudio Capéo - Riche : 23
 

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Such of an epic NF this was Looren. Even if my suggestion won you still got some real gems here and hopefully they will be unearthed soon. xheart

Well... Except for that Mika song of course, kek. @Edweis
 

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Omg thank you sooooooo much guys for this 5th place, am shook, Hélène is happy xheart
 

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So. France. Land of pessimists and cheese lovers. I bet you all have conceived ideas about what my country is, and I bet that you are both very wrong and very right.
However we're not here to talk about France as a country. We're here to talk about music.

You see, I have a purpose there. A very simple one. I want to make a French run that looks like it was done by a French. Your WV list has been cute and all, but it lacks some flair.
It lacks a soul.

Let's remedy that.

 

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Our first entry has been sent. The first of ten. Ten future flops I couldn't be more proud to send.
Let's forget any attempt at a great result here, that's not the point.
Don't expect obscure new artists, soft indie tracks or cute French girls.
We're going to dive deep into French culture, with songs that got millions views over the decades but are probably totally unknown to most of you.

From 1980 to 2010, you will discover a short list of iconic entries for us French. Songs that still get the most response when played in clubs occupied by drunk students on a Thursday night (or is it Friday ?). Songs that we simply can't forget, no matter whether we like them or not as they've been stamped in our brains since day one.

Some are known through the ages, others are mostly focused on one or two generations. It doesn't matter.

En avant la musique !

 

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Indochine - L'Aventurier



Ever since I started playing in WV I knew I would send this song if I ever got hold of France.
Indochine are both the best-selling and longest-running French band, I couldn't see any other artist opening the show.
Formed in 1981, they never strayed away from their core genres, namely rock and new wave.
L'Aventurier, the self-title of their debut album, remains to this day their most well-known song and one of the mandatory go-to tracks of the eighties.

Lyrics

This song is in reference to a French-Belgian novel series, Bob Morane

 

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Diam's - La Boulette



Like the previous one, this entry has been locked ever since I decided to play with France. And while it may seem surprising - I bet this is not what you expected - there was no way I could get around showcasing iconic French songs without putting this one out there.
Mélanie Georgiades, known as Diam's, was born in Cyprus and was raised exclusively by her mother in France. She's, to simply put it, France's rap granny.
Abandoned by her father, battling with depression, victim of domestic violence, diagnosed as bipolar and subjected to multiple stays in psych ward, she didn't have an easy life. But these events, and her experience as a kid raised in the suburb helped her write texts that people can relate to. The way her public could get her, and how she could get her public, is a significant part of her success. I was still a young kid during her prime, but everyone in my generation and the previous one know her. She even got my mother's approval ffs.

La Boulette was released in 2006 and is her biggest success. This song is probably the friendliest for the international audience, as rap relies heavily on lyrics, more so hers. It's the only genre where I think understanding the language is primordial to feel the song. It's not my favorite, despite I can totally shake my body to it, but it is definitely her poster song.

She ended her career in 2012, after finding solace in religion. She got a lot of backlash for it, but seems really in peace now, away from showbiz and her poor mental health. As long as she respects others, people should let her be.

Enfants du Désert

Coeur de Bombe (Live)

Big Up (Live)

And her last one that was deeply personal
Et si c'était le dernier
 
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