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Tellier's first album, L'incroyable Vérité (The Incredible Truth), was released in 2001. Tellier went on tour with Air in support of the album and was joined on stage by theremin player Pamelia Kurstin. L'incroyable Vérité is a pop album featuring styles from lo-fi electronica to bizarre cabaret tunes.[citation needed] Its sleeve featured Tellier in full evening dress on the front, while the back of jacket had a shot of him cavorting in a playboy's pool. He instructed listeners only to listen to the album by candlelight.

Tellier followed L'incroyable Vérité with his second studio album Politics (2005). A particularly popular song from Politics was "La Ritournelle", a string-led tune, which featured Nigerian drummer, Tony Allen who worked with Fela Kuti. "La Ritournelle" was remixed by various artists, notably in Britain by Metronomy.

Since the release of Politics, Tellier has also recorded an acoustic album of his more popular songs, Sessions (2006). The album was repackaged for the British market as Universe (2006), to include both highlights from the French CD, as well as compositions from Tellier's score for the film Narco. This compilation included a cover of La Dolce Vita, a song originally by French singer Christophe.

His third studio album Sexuality was produced by Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo of Daft Punk. Like his previous album Politics, Tellier used a single term as title and theme of the album. Tellier's label Record Makers collaborated with retailer American Apparel for an exclusive three month pre-release of the album, whilst American Apparel sold limited edition versions of the Sexuality CD, LP and "Divine" 7" and 12" single through their North American stores and website.

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  • @mojib Level S
    February 14, 2014 at 4:59 pm

    The above information about this album is literally non-existent? Is this a follow-up to his newly released Confection?


    • @nicoen Level 3
      February 14, 2014 at 5:11 pm

      Sebastien Tellier say: “Pour cet album j’ai souhaité réécrire mon enfance. J’ai choisi de situer cette aventure au Brésil, pays de splendeur et de joie à l’âme éternellement enfantine.”

      I translate a little ^^:
      “For this album, i have write my childhood. I have composed in Brazil.”


  • @mrmdsrflyng Level 6
    May 11, 2014 at 5:45 pm

    Available on Tenemos un Papá Pirata (Facebook Group).


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