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9 Octobre 2009 , Rédigé par Placebo Wordz Publié dans #ENGLISH DUO

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BRIAN MOLKO'S COLLABORATIONS
Lyrics and explanations


Collaborations Molko

Ballade de Melody Nelson
(Martina Topley Bird ft Brian Molko)

Carbon Kid
(Alpinestar ft Brian Molko)

College 84
(Martina Topley Bird ft Brian Molko)

Crush
(AC Acoustics ft Brian Molko)

First Day
(Timo Maas ft Brian Molko)

Je t'aime, moi non plus
(Brian Molko, Asia Argento ft Trash Palace)

Like Siamese
(Timo Maas ft Brian Molko)

Modern Kids
(Hotel Persona ft Brian Moko)

No Other God
(Brian Molko ft Kristeen Young)

Pictures
(Timo Maas ft Brian Moko)

Pink Water 2
(Indochine ft Brian Molko)

Pink Water 3
(Indochine ft Brian Molko)

Requiem for a Jerk
(With Faultine, Françoise Hardy)

Smile
(Brian Molko ft Jane Birkin)

Some
(Brian Molko ft Dream City Film Club)

Summertime Rolls
(Brian Molko ft Jane's Addiction)

The Metric System
(Brian Molko ft Trash Palace)





Press quote
(Translation, quote in French here)

Les Inrocks : In ten years, you've multiplied prestigious collaborations. What does it bring you?

Brian Molko : Again, this is an incredible opportunity to be able to work with artists who inspired me - and continue to inspire me. Having the voice of Jane Birkin and mine on the same track (on Smile from the latest album by Jane Birkin), it's important… We will sing with The Cure at Wembley after tomorrow, we should do Without You I'm Nothing. When you sing on stage with Franck Black or Bowie, you want to tell the world "hey hey… Fuck you". There are certainly people on this Earth who think that I am a poor guy, but these collaborations make me think that I'm not doing too bad. And this little voice in my head tells me all the time:''You are a shit, you are a charlatan, you are mediocre…'' Well, in duets like this, it tends to be a little more discreet.

Brian Molko, Les Inrockuptibles, November 2004




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