Carla Bruni’s 2003 debut album sold 1.2 million copies in France while being ignored everywhere else, copper-fastening the country’s reputation as a less than reliable gauge of the pop pulse.
Since then, in between establishing herself as the European Jackie Kennedy de nos jours, she’s penned 14 new songs, all but two of them crooned in audibly unaccented French.
Comme Si De Rien N’Était is the musical equivalent of kimono-patterned Laura Ashley...
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