Mylène Farmer Discography
Mylène Farmer, a French pop singer-songwriter, consists of eleven studio albums, two compilation albums, two remix albums, seven live albums, fifty-five singles and eleven music video albums. Throughout her singing career, Farmer has broken several records in terms of chart performance and sales in France, and has also had some success in Belgium, Switzerland and Eastern Europe and has sold over 30 million records.

Her debut album, Cendres de lune, was first released in April 1986. It was re-issued in 1987, and has sold approximately 700,000 copies. It peaked at No.10 in France, and contained the singles Libertine, and Tristana.

In April 1988, her second album, Ainsi soit je..., was even more successful. It reached the top of the French album chart and contained Farmer's first No.1 single, Pourvu qu'elles soient douces, as well as three more Top 20 hits on the SNEP chart. The album has sold approximately 1.8 million units to date. This was followed by Farmer's first live album and video, En Concert, released in 1989 and became a Top 10 hit.

Third studio album, L'Autre..., released on 9 April 1991, led by Farmer's best-selling single Désenchantée, which topped the French singles chart for nine weeks and also charted in various countries outside France. The album had three other Top 10 hits, Regrets, Je t'aime mélancolie and Beyond My Control. With twenty weeks atop of the French chart and approximately 2 million copies sold, L'Autre... is Farmer's most successful album and is the second biggest selling album in France by a female artist.

Fourth studio album, Anamorphosée, was released on 17 October 1995, and included the number-one hit XXL and the top ten singles L'Instant X, California and Rêver. The album was also a No.1 and has sold approximately 1.3 million copies. To promote the album, Farmer embarked on a tour in 1996, which was recorded and released as the live album and video/DVD Live à Bercy - which also reached No.1 and achieved the feat of becoming the best-selling live album of all time in France.

Farmer's fifth studio album, Innamoramento, was released on 7 April 1999. Although it narrowly missed reaching the top spot it has sold over 1.3 million copies and achieved diamond status, as had Farmer's previous three studio albums, making her the singer with the most number of diamond albums in France. The album provided five top ten hits, including L'Âme-stram-gram, Souviens-toi du jour and the title track - all of which made the Top 5. Her next live album, Mylenium Tour, was released in 2000 and was also a success, topping the chart and has sold 650,000 copies.

On 26 November 2001, Farmer released her first greatest hits compilation album entitled Les Mots. It became the best selling compilation album of all time in France with approximately 1.5 million copies sold. The album also contained some new material including the songs Les Mots and C'est une belle journee, both of which became Top Five hits.

Farmer's Sixth and Seventh studio albums, Avant Que L'ombre... and Point de suture were released respectively on 4 April 2005 and on 25 August 2008. They both won the NRJ Music Awards in the category Francophone album of the year and each has sold in excess of half a million copies. Point de suture gave Farmer five number-one singles. In addition, the two DVD of Farmer's 2006 and 2009 tours, Avant Que L'ombre... A Bercy and N°5 on Tour, had huge sales in their first weeks of release; for example, the first one is the best-selling musical DVD of all time in France, with over 500,000 sales.

Eighth studio album, Bleu Noir, was released in 2010, and in its first week of release achieved a record number of downloads on the French digital chart. The lead single of the album, Oui mais... non, topping the French singles chart for three weeks. The next two singles, Bleu Noir and Lonely Lisa, also reached number one.

November 2012, Farmer released her ninth studio album Monkey Me, which started at number one on the French chart, selling over 147,000 units. The album was certified diamond by the SNEP and spawned three singles: A l'ombre, which reached number one, Je te dis tout and Monkey Me, which both ended at number three.

November 2015, Farmer's tenth album Interstellaires was released, with Stolen Car, a duet with Sting, as lead single. Both debuted at number one on the French charts, the album performing which was then the highest weekly sales of 2015 in France, with 109,971 sales.

January 2018, first single Rolling Stone of Mylène Farmer's eleventh studio album Désobéissance was available for streaming and download. Five months after Rolling Stone, second single N'oublie Pas duet with LP has been released on June 22 in digital. Finally the album Désobéissance was released on September 28th where the 12 titles were composed by Feder, LP with Mike Del Rio and Leon Deutschmann. As of 2020, Farmer holds the record for 18 number one singles and 14 number one albums in France.