|Festival Franco-Ontarien 1993|
|1||Passe-Moé La Puck|
|2||La Rue Principale|
|3||Juste Une P'tite Nuite|
|5||Maudit Qu'Le Monde Est Beau|
|6||Luv La Girl|
|Spectrum De Montréal 1995|
|9||La Chanson Du Scorpion|
|11||Passe-Moé La Puck|
|12||On Va Crever|
|14||Ain't Givin Up|
|16||Je Chante Comme Une Casserole|
|18||Hong Kong Blues|
|19||J'ai Pas Compris|
|21||La P'tite Bebitte|
|22||Prends Tes Bagages|
|23||Le Pouding À L'Arsenic|
|Festival D'Été De Québec 1999|
|27||Pis Si Ô Moins|
|29||Tassez-Vous De D'là|
|33||Terreur Dans Le Chinatown|
|MUS3-3076, MUS3-3077, MUS3-3078, MUS3-3079||Les Colocs||L'Intégrale 1993-2000 (3xVHS, Comp, Box)||Le Musicomptoir Productions, Le Musicomptoir Productions, Le Musicomptoir Productions, Le Musicomptoir Productions||MUS3-3076, MUS3-3077, MUS3-3078, MUS3-3079||Canada||2000|
This new direction inspired a collaboration with the Senegal-born Diouf brothers for the album Dehors novembre (1998). The group promoted tolerance and had a multicultural line up. For example, Mike Sawatzky is a Cree from Saskatchewan, André Vanderbiest is from Belgium, and Patrick Esposito Di Napoli was from Northern Catalonia. Dédé Fortin (as well as members such as Serge Robert, later to be known as Mononc' Serge) was a passionate Quebec sovereigntist. The band played an important role in the 1995 Quebec referendum via partisan shows. They were part of the resurgence. Il me parle de bonheur (2009). Les Colocs: L'integrale 1993-2000. Music of Canada portal.
In 1993, the band's first album, Les Colocs, was released. It sold over 150,000 copies. In October 1993, Les Colocs won four Félix awards. Two of these awards were for being group of the year and revelation (new surprise) of the year. In 1995, Les Colocs made their second album. Dédé Fortin decided on a special release date because he is a strong separatist- he believes that Quebec should be separate and independent from Canada. He decided to release the second album on October 30th, 1995, which was the date of the second referendum on Quebec sovereignty. Some time later, Dédé decided to fire Serge Robert from the band. A year later, Les Colocs hired André Vanderbiest. In May 1998, Les Colocs made the third and last album that would come out during Dédé Fortin's life.
This new direction inspired a collaboration with the Senegal-born Diouf brothers for the album Dehors novembre (1998). List of bands from Canada.
Je chante comme une casserole. Maudit qu'le monde est beau. Juste une p'tite nuite.
3 VHS) LES COLOCS L'intégrale 1993-2000 COFFRET Flambant Neuf Emballage Scellé. Colocs by Les Colocs (CD, 1993, Quebec). Customs services and international tracking provided.
This album has an average beat per minute of 124 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 106/187 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Les Colocs. Album starts at 111BPM, ends at 119BPM (+8), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Les Colocs.
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