|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||French Kiss||4||Audio||2005-05-09||Voila Records|
|3||Le Dégustation||2||Audio||2002||Coq Euh Vin|
|4||Pardon My French||13||Audio||2008-10-24||Voila Records|
|5||Tummy Touch Moods Presents C'Est Euro Cha Cha Cha!||63||Audio||2008||Music House (3)|
|7||Pardon My French||31||Audio||2009-02-17||ZOO-Records|
|9||The Lovers||15||Audio||2005||Voila Records|
|10||The Lovers||13||Audio||2007-06-11||Institute Recordings|
|11||Crik Crak||2||Audio||Institute Recordings|
|12||Ménage À Trois - Remixes Album||12||Audio||2005-02-02||Les Lovers|
|13||Crik Crak||3||Audio||Institute Recordings|
French couple (hence "The Lovers"), based in Sheffield, UK.
Music style, expect quirky electronic Burlesque-like tracks –usually with a theme of sex and food– done in a satirical French stereotypical manner.
Having met [a=Jarvis Cocker] (of [a=Pulp] fame), and having him write three tracks for them, the single "Crik Crak" was probably their breakthrough track, helping lead to a BBC Radio 1 Maida Vale session for DJ [a=Rob Da Bank] and much live work with some recording too.
A couple of albums have been released, "[r=556334]" (2004), and "[r=1495657]" (2008), along with a remix album featuring tracks from their self-titled debut called "Ménage À Trois" (2009).