We win, we lose. If you have Serge Gainsbourg’s cinema, in a five-CD box set that satiated his bipedal to the ears of cabbage, it is difficult to say to yourself: hold your loved ones to ransom, get into debt, commit baseness, because you need Initials BO, set of five thick vinyl records like this. There are certainly additions, and not the least, starting with the integral of the bof of Mouth watering (we go from 3 titles to 12, it’s heavy). One extra piece for Pasha, two less for This sacred grandfather, three better for Cannabis, two entrenched for Evening dress. More seriously, the entire disk of supplements, including the version of Strip-Tease by Nico! However, the 33 rpm format, the covers, the unpublished photos, we crack at the same time as our alibis. Gainsbourg on a turntable, it makes you dizzy. We salivate, it’s Vesuvius. As the song says with the motif borrowed from Bach: Jesus, may my joy remain.