Produced by mentor and former les Valentins member Edith Fambuena, Pauline Croze is the self-titled debut album from the French folk-pop vocalist. Released in 2005, it includes songs written by Doriand and Mickey 3D's Mickael Furnon alongside the self-penned singles "Larmes" and "Tes Beau." A bonus edition featuring a cover of Olivia Newton-John and John Travolta's "You're the One That I Want," a previously unreleased track, Mien Voulez-Vous Encore, and a DVD was also released.
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AllMusic Review by Jon O'Brien