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Qui sème le vent récolte le tempo is French rapper MC Solaar's first album. The title is a pun on the French proverb "qui sème le vent récolte la tempête" (he who sows the wind reaps the whirlwind). It was released in 1991 and gained enormous success.

Bouge de là was the album's first single, which was hugely successful in France and went on to kickstart Solaar's career there. The song is based on a sample of "The Message" by 1970s English band Cymande.

Other popular singles from the album are Caroline and Victime de la mode.

Track listing

  1. "Intro" (instrumental)
  2. "Qui sème le vent récolte le tempo"
  3. "Matière grasse contre matière grise"
  4. "Victime de la mode"
  5. "L'histoire de l'art"
  6. "Armand est mort"
  7. "Quartier nord"
  8. "Interlude" (instrumental)
  9. "A temps partiel"
  10. "Caroline"
  11. "La musique adoucit les mœurs"
  12. "Bouge de là (part. 1)"
  13. "Bouge de là (part. 2) (impro)"
  14. "Ragga Jam (impro)"
  15. "La devise"
  16. "Funky Dreamer" (instrumental)





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