Trompe-l'oeil (album)

Trompe-L'oeil (Album)

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Trompe-l'œil is the second album by indie rock band Malajube, released in 2006 on Dare to Care Records. The album is inspired in part by medical themes; in the album's liner notes, each song is given a subtitle relating to some aspect of physical or mental health.

Guest musicians

The song "Montréal -40°C" features Pierre Lapointe on vocals; the song "La Russe" features Loco Locass on vocals.

Critical reception

Unusual for a French language album from Quebec, the album received significant critical attention in both English Canada and the United States, including airplay on CBC Radio 3 and a favourable review on Pitchfork Media.

The album was also shortlisted for the 2006 Polaris Music Prize. It was the first francophone album to make that award's shortlist.

Track listing

<small>Thematic subtitles for each track in parentheses, per the liner notes</small>

Étienne d'août single

Cultural references

The song Fille à plume featured on EA Sports Rugby 08, and was used for a video compilation of the 2003 IRB Rugby World Cup.

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