French pop star Camille has been widely hailed for both her vocal skills and the lyrics that set her apart from the popular music often heard on MTV. With her 2002 solo debut, Le Sac des Filles, Camille scored a hit that was only the first of many to follow. The cabaret-inspired track "Paris" speaks of her love/hate relationship with the City of Lights, and it particularly hit home with fans. The album also features the sweet and moving "La Ou Je Suis Nee" and "Un Homme Deserte," the latter of which was one of the first original songs written by Camille.
AllMusic Review by Celeste Rhoads