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    Viktor Lazlo

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    Genre:Soul, Jazz, Pop
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    Most Popular Songs (more)

    1Babe (Remix) lyrics
    2City Never Sleeps lyrics
    3Backdoor Man lyrics
    4Balade De Lisa lyrics
    In The Midnight Sky lyrics
    6J'Attends lyrics
    7Faux-Semblants lyrics
    Canoë Rose lyrics
    9Right Or Wrong lyrics
    10Cry Me A River lyrics

    Most Popular Albums (more)

    1Sweet Soft And Lazy [1990]
    2Canoë Rose [1985]
    3She [1985]
    4My Delicious Poisons [1991]
    5Hot & Soul [1989]
    6Back To Front [1996]
    7Viktor Lazlo [1987]
    8Verso [1996]
    9Mes Poisons Délicieux [1991]
    10Club Désert [1989]


    A stylish and sensual singer, Sonia Dronier became Viktor Lazlo when Belgian producer Lou Deprijck discovered her and put together a package inspired by strong sexuality and black-and-white film. Born in Lorient, France, Dronier spent her college years studying and modeling in Brussels, Belgium. After she spent some time singing backup vocals in Deprijck's band Lou & the Hollywood Bananas, the producer rounded up a set of nostalgic and noir-flavored songs and renamed her after a character in the Humphrey Bogart classic Casablanca. The stylish full-length She began her career in 1985 with a mix of songs sung in French, English and Spanish. A French-language cover of Julie London's "Cry Me A River" ("Pleurer Des Rivières") became a big hit across Europe a year later. In 1987 she hosted the televised broadcast of the Eurovision contest, which was held in Belgium that year. That same year she had another Euro hit with "Breathless", a duet with American singer James Ingram. After a move back to France in 1989, she released a series of successful albums before the ambitious Verso appeared in 1996 with funk and dub influences and a guest appearance from the classic reggae rhythm section of Sly & Robbie. Critical response to the album was so overwhelmingly positive that Dronier claimed interviews promoting the release had focused on her music instead of her clothes for the first time in her career. ~ David Jeffries, All Music Guide

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