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    Partenaire Particulier

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    Most Popular Songs (more)

    1Elle N'Aimait Pas Les Garçons lyrics
    2Elle Est Partie lyrics
    3Pourrir En Enfer lyrics
    4Partenaire Particulier lyrics
    5Je N'Oublierai Jamais lyrics
    6L'Armée lyrics
    7Le Rire De Sidonie lyrics
    8Tiphaine lyrics
    9L'Amour À Trois lyrics
    Partenaire Particulier feat. Valli
    10Une Autre Nuit lyrics

    Most Popular Albums (more)

    1Référence 80 [2011]
    2The Very Best Of [1993]
    3Jeux Interdits [1986]
    4Geek [2011]
    5Le Chant Des Vautours [1988]


    Partenaire Particulier has been formed by Pierre Béraud-Sudreau (born on November 21, 1963 in Toulouse, France) & Éric Fettweiss (born on May 14, 1963 in Brussels, Belgium). In 1983, in Bordeaux, Dominique Delaby & Eric Fettweiss started music, using the formula synthesizers/rhythm box/sequencer. Pierre Béraud-Sudreau joined them soon after. As Éric & Pierre composed songs, Dominique went to various record companies. The label Chris'Music was interested.
    In July 1985, the band recorded 2 songs. In October 1985, they recorded other songs, produced by Thierry Durbet. In 1986, their first single "Partenaire Particulier" was aired on radios & went N°3 in French Top 50. Dominique Delaby left the band & Laurent Le Trillard (born on April 30, 1965) joined them soon after.
    The second single, "Je N'Oublierai Jamais" came out on WEA/Warner. But soon, CBS wanted to release it, Partenaire Particulier changed their label & released their first LP Jeux Interdits. Their third single, "Elle Est Partie", with a black & white video, was the last to be in French Top 10. The last single was "Tiphaine".
    In 1987, Pierre was obliged to do his military service. In 1988, Éric & Pierre started recording their second LP. They wanted to be the French Ultravox, Depeche Mode or Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark. Their second album Le Chant Des Vautours & the 2 singles "L'Armée" & "L'Amour À Trois" weren't successful.
    In 1992, after various come-backs, Partenaire Particulier split. In 2004, Éric & Pierre came back to record a remix of their first single, but this was not released & the come-back failed. In 2007, "Partenaire Particulier" has been covered by Les Fatals Picards on their album Pamplemousse Mécanique. The same year, the duet participated to "RFM Party 80" & in March 2009, Pierre left the band again & Éric was the last original member.

    Writing credits
    Valli Voilà La Nouvelle... (CBS) - Writers
    Valli Here Is The News (CBS) - Writers (B-side)
    Gérard Fix Caméléon (EMI France) - Co-writers with Gérard Fix

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