Camille - Le Fil (2005) [Bonus Tracks Edition, 2006]
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 349 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 196 Mb | Covers included
Label: Virgin, Narada | # 094635970128 | Time: 01:14:33
A Cappella, French Pop, Chanson, Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
Le Fil is the second album by French singer Camille. The title translates as "The Thread". The album features a 'tone', a low-level drone that is in the background of every song, which Camille has described as 'her note'. The note is a B. The singer also mentioned that many people returned the record, thinking this sound was a fault with the recording. The title also arises due to the similar word 'fille' or girl which arises in a lot of the songs. It was first released in 2005, and reissued in 2006 in the United States, the UK and Australia with four extra tracks. The final track on the original version, "Quand je marche", runs for close to 39 minutes. The actual song is only four minutes in duration, but the tone extends for over 30 minutes after it has ended. The final 30 seconds contain Camille speaking in French. It has been most frequently compared to Björk's Medúlla, for Camille's use of her voice as an instrument in innovative ways.