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Mélodie Citronique

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Blonde Redhead's Melodie Citronique reworks three songs from its excellent album Melody of Certain Damaged Lemons and adds two songs that highlight the group's multicultural, multilingual approach. "En Particulier" is a straightforward French translation of Lemons' dreamy "In Particular"; "Odiata Per le Sue Virtu" is "Hated Because of Great Qualities" with an Italian makeover. "Four Damaged Lemons," a remix of "For the Damaged," makes the song even more fragile and delicately lovely by adding a looped piano, brittle acoustic guitar, backwards sound effects, and chiming keyboards. The bouncy, sing-song "Chi É E Non É" sounds a bit like one of the Pixies' poppier moments sung in Italian, while the version of Serge Gainsbourg's "Slogan" suggests that his slinky, sensual style has become almost as big an influence on Blonde Redhead's sound as Sonic Youth was previously. Though it isn't quite as big a step forward for the group as Melody of Certain Damaged Lemons, Melodie Citronique is an enjoyable companion piece to that album, as well as a further exploration of the group's softer side.
© Heather Phares /TiVo

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En Particulier
00:04:08

Blonde Redhead, Artist, MainArtist - Blonde Redhead (BMI), MusicPublisher

2000 Touch and Go Records 2000 Touch and Go Records

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Odiata per le Sue Virtú
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Blonde Redhead, Artist, MainArtist - Blonde Redhead (BMI), MusicPublisher

2000 Touch and Go Records 2000 Touch and Go Records

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Chi É E Non É
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Blonde Redhead, Artist, MainArtist - Blonde Redhead (BMI), MusicPublisher

2000 Touch and Go Records 2000 Touch and Go Records

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Slogan
00:03:52

Serge Gainsbourg, MusicPublisher - Blonde Redhead, Artist, MainArtist

2000 Touch and Go Records 2000 Touch and Go Records

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Four Damaged Lemons
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Blonde Redhead, Artist, MainArtist - Blonde Redhead (BMI), MusicPublisher

2000 Touch and Go Records 2000 Touch and Go Records

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Blonde Redhead's Melodie Citronique reworks three songs from its excellent album Melody of Certain Damaged Lemons and adds two songs that highlight the group's multicultural, multilingual approach. "En Particulier" is a straightforward French translation of Lemons' dreamy "In Particular"; "Odiata Per le Sue Virtu" is "Hated Because of Great Qualities" with an Italian makeover. "Four Damaged Lemons," a remix of "For the Damaged," makes the song even more fragile and delicately lovely by adding a looped piano, brittle acoustic guitar, backwards sound effects, and chiming keyboards. The bouncy, sing-song "Chi É E Non É" sounds a bit like one of the Pixies' poppier moments sung in Italian, while the version of Serge Gainsbourg's "Slogan" suggests that his slinky, sensual style has become almost as big an influence on Blonde Redhead's sound as Sonic Youth was previously. Though it isn't quite as big a step forward for the group as Melody of Certain Damaged Lemons, Melodie Citronique is an enjoyable companion piece to that album, as well as a further exploration of the group's softer side.
© Heather Phares /TiVo

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