Editors' Notes Mara Tremblay spent the ‘90s singing and playing violin, bass, and mandolin in a handful of Québec groups, but it was with her 1999 debut album, Le chihuahua, that the singer/songwriter's unique folk- and country-tinged sound really took shape. That record announced her arrival with a blast of hooky pop tunes, breezy ballads, sometimes-noisy guitar-fueled rockers, and cabaret-style country ditties. It also started her collection of Félix Awards—which she's regularly added to since. Explore the firebrand francophone's quirky, always-evolving pop style here.

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4:18
 
Le printemps des amants
2:33
 
Ton corps au mien
3:38
 
Tout nue avec toi
3:30
 
Lumières et diamants
3:02
 
Tu n'es pas libre
2:35
 
Les aurores
3:39
 
Entre toi et moi
2:21
 
Les dentelles du cygne
4:03
 
Le bateau
3:25
 
Toutes les chances
3:01
 
4:03
 
Le chihuahua
3:35
 
Aurait-il plu
2:57
 
Tu m'intimides
3:08
 
Le teint de Linda
4:39
 

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