Un autre monde

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Un autre monde
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Studio album by
Released7 May 1984
RecordedFebruary–March 1984
Sussex, England
Genre Pop rock, new wave
Length39:31
Label EMI France
Producer Glyn Johns
Téléphone chronology
Dure Limite
(1982)
Un autre monde
(1984)
Singles from Un autre monde
  1. "Oublie ça"
    Released: 1984
  2. "Un autre monde"
    Released: 1984
  3. "New York avec toi"
    Released: 1985

Un autre monde (Another World) is the fifth and final album by French rock band Téléphone, released in 1984. [1] The album features John Entwistle (of English rock band The Who) playing the horn. [2]

Contents

Track listing

All tracks are written by Jean-Louis Aubert/Téléphone unless otherwise indicated.

No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Les dunes" 4:10
2."New York avec toi" 2:23
3."Loin de toi (un peu trop loin)" 3:02
4."66 heures" Louis Bertignac/Téléphone 2:18
5."Ce que je veux" 3:05
6."Le garçon d'ascenseur" 4:56
7."Oublie ça" 4:12
8."T'as qu'ces mots" 2:50
9."Le taxi las" 3:56
10."Electric cité" 4:08
11."Un autre monde" 4:30

Personnel [2]

Téléphone

Additional Musicians

Production

Design

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