|–Alan Braxe & Fred Falke||Intro|
|–Stardust||Music Sounds Better With You|
|–DJ Falcon & Thomas Bangalter||Together|
|INTRO001||Various||Viva La France (Vinyl, EP, Unofficial)||Not On Label||INTRO001||2007|
|INTRO001||Various||Viva La France (12", EP, Unofficial, W/Lbl)||Not On Label||INTRO001||2007|
Vive la France is a 2013 French comedy film directed by Michaël Youn. José García – Muzafar. Michaël Youn – Ferouz. Isabelle Funaro – Marianne Bouvier. Ary Abittan – Jafaraz Ouèchemagül. Moussa Maaskri – Adadat Ouèchmagül. Vincent Moscato – Uncle Momo. Guilaine Londez – Aunt Nanette. Franck Gastambide – Kevin. Jérôme Commandeur – The Cop. Émilie Caen – The hostess. Jean-François Cayrey – Taxi Paris.
Title: Vive la France (2013). they are spared nothing. a hospitable, magnificent and generous land where the living is easy. Vive la France! Written by Anonymous.
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Vive la France, Vive la liberté are French expressions to show your patriotism. Vive la France translates as hurray for France, or sometimes as long live France, depending on the context. The French use many symbols and expressions to show their patriotism. 1 – Meaning of Vive la France – French Expression. The French expression Vive la France is one you’ll hear at the end of almost each politician’s speech. It’s one of the typical French mottos, such as God Bless America or God Save the Queen
In 2005, Coldplay released their third album, X&Y. In many ways, it was one of those collections where a band starts to sound exactly like everyone’s most basic idea of them. The subtle hints of something weirder that lingered at the edges of Parachutes and A Rush Of Blood To The Head, the element that allowed Coldplay to straddle the worlds of murky post-Britpop atmospheric rock and more straight-up mainstream pop, were mostly brushed away for their polished and often sappy third effort.
Viva la revolución (Spanish), or Vive la révolution (French), translated as "long live the revolution", refers primarily to: The French Revolution (1789–1799). The Cuban Revolution (1953–1959). It may also refer to: Viva la Revolution album by Dragon Ash. Viva la Revolution album by Ruben Ramos & the Mexican Revolution. Viva la Revolucion EP by Revolution Void. Viva la Revolution" song by The Adicts. Viva la Revolución" song by Sunny Lax.
Vive la France" is a historical phrase that dates to the storming of the Bastille. The phrase is used during elections and national events. Note, that the verb is vive-not "viva" as in "Viva Las Vegas"-and it is pronounced "veev," where the final "e" is silent. Other Uses for "Vive". The expression vive is very common in French to show enthusiasm for many different things, such as