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The singer Plastic Bertrandpseudonym for Roger Jouret (Brussels24 February 1954) is one of the best selling Belgian artists. He is currently number 5 of top selling plates in Belgium.

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Biography[Edit]Edit

Plastic Bertrand broke in 1977 by Ça plane pour moi with the monster hit (I traffic in higher realms). In the Dutch popprogramma he performed Toppop jumping on atrampoline. Already a year later, he was a "rock star", with all the drugs & sex & rock and roll that go with them. For example, there are rumors that he once a New York hotel room with an axe to smithereens would have beaten. After this wild years diluted the fame of the Belgian rock God somewhat. So he had a small hit in 1979 with Tout petit la planète, but a small eight years later he performed it on the Eurovision Song Contest on the second-last place to end, Club for Luxembourg with the song Amour amour. In 1988 had a small hit with Plastic Bertrand Slave to the beat.

Nowadays he runs a private art gallery and he is producer for upcoming talent.

In 2006 the singer won a lawsuit brought against him was filed by Lou Darwesh, the producer of Ça plane pour moi. Kicki tried through this lawsuit to acquire the rights to this song and claimed that Plastic Bertrand had sung the song not itself. Experts were appointed as a result of this lawsuit. These came in July 2010 on the basis of the voice of the singer to the conclusion that Kicki the song sung must have. In addition, an accent from Northeast France Sung and not from Brussels.

In the Dutch Top 2000 program was to see a report on 28 december 2010 in which Lou Kicki gave an explanation on the above issue from Thailand and are alike wanted to demonstrate. He indicated also that the lyrics of the song Ça plane pour moi was actually an accumulation of all kinds of absurd incoherent things. The song has a very high rate and the text is sung very quickly with a lot of words (5 stanzas and the chorus 4 times in 3 minute 17). It stars Lou Kicki still regularly under his own name the number. The Court has not yet decided whether Kicki based on these findings is entitled to neighbouring rights. [1]

Discography[Edit]Edit

Albums[Edit]Edit

Album (s) with chart positions in

the Flemish Ultratop 200 albums

Date of

appear

Date of

entry

Highest

position

Number Of

weeks

Comments
AN 1 1978 24-06-1978 41 4
J'te fais un plan 1979 -
L'album 1980 -
Plastiquez vos baffles 1981 -
Grands success/Greatest hits 1981 - Compilation album
Chat va? ... et toi? 1983 -
Pix 1988 -
Suite diagonal 1994 -
Plastic Bertrand-Compilation 1998 - Compilation album
Hubble Bubble 1998 -
Ultraterrestre 2002 -
Dandy bandit 2009 -

Singles[Edit]Edit

Single (s) with any charts in the

the Dutch Top 40

Date of

appear

Date of

entry

Highest

position

Number Of

weeks

Comments
New promotion 1975 -
Ça plane pour moi 1977 29-04-1978 2 11 # 2 in the Single Top 100
Bambino 1978 -
Super cool 1978 -
Sha la la la lee 1978 -
Tout petit la planète 1978 -
Sentimentale moi 1979 -
Le monde est merveilleux 1979 -
Sans amour 1979 -
Telephone a telephone mon bijou 1979 -
Hula hoop 1981 -
Jaques Cousteau 1981 -
La star (a) pécole 1981 -
L'amour OK 1982 - with N
Arrêt d'autobus 1983 -
Chat 1983 -
Major Tom 1983 -
Gueule d'amour 1983 -
Asterix est là 1985 -
Your l'jure 1986 -
Let's slow again 1986 -
Amour amour 1987 -
Demented a la menthe 1988 -
Slave to the beat 1989 -
Sex tabou 1990 -
House machine 1991 -
Les joueurs de tchik tchik 1994 -
Stop ... ou ... encore? 1997 - with Get Ready!
Play boy 2002 -
Plastcubration/Tous 2003 -
Machine! 2005 - with DJ Frigid
Single (s) with chart positions

in the Flemish Ultratop 50

Date of

appear

Date of

entry

Highest

position

Number Of

weeks

Comments
Ça plane pour moi 1977 - # 7 in the Radio 2 Top 30
Bambino 1978 - # 30 in the Radio 2 Top 30
Slave to the beat 1989 - # 17 in the Radio 2 Top 30
Stop ... ou ... encore? 1997 29-11-1997 40 2 with Get Ready!

Radio 2 Top 2000[Edit]Edit

Number (s) with markings

in the Radio 2 Top 2000

' 99 ' 00 ' 01 ' 02 ' 03 ' 04 ' 05 ' 06 ' 07 ' 08 ' 09 ' 10 ' 11 ' 12 ' 13
Ça plane pour moi - - 1722 1709 1794 1841 - - - - - 1994 - 1753

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