One of France's most respected pop acts, Les Innocents were a jangly pop band that released four albums between 1989 and 1999. The band's career was boosted in 1987 by the success of the single "Jodie," and their first three LPs spawned many other hits, from "Colore" to "Un Autre Finistère." Though those first LPs (1989's Cent Metres au Paradis, 1992's Fous à Lier, and 1995's Post-Partum) sealed the band's popularity, the commercial failure of their fourth and last LP (1999's Les Innocents) initiated a separation process. A career-spanning compilation, Meilleurs Souvenirs, was released in 2003. After reuniting 12 years later, they released Mandarine in 2015. ~ Olivier Duboc
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