Déjà-vu is the third original album by Japanese singer Hitomi. Originally released on November 12, 1997, by avex trax, it reached #2 on the Oricon Top 200 and charted for 11 weeks.
Déjà-Vu is the third and currently last studio album by Brazilian synthpop band Metrô, released in 2002 by independent label Trama. Their first album of new material in 15 years after they first broke up, it reunited them with former vocalist Virginie Boutaud, who had been fired from the band in 1986. Original guitarist Alec Haiat decided not to partake in the band's reunion though due to his involvement with other projects at the time and other personal reasons, and so was replaced by André Fonseca. Xavier Leblanc, who was also very busy with his then-newly-founded French restaurant, La Tartine, only acted as a session member on the track "Achei Bonito", being subsequently replaced by Pedro Albuquerque until the band separated again in 2004.
Contrasting with the new wave sound the band had developed during its heyday in the mid-1980s, Déjà-Vu heads toward a much slower direction influenced by jazz and traditional Brazilian genres such as samba, bossa nova and MPB, and contains numerous covers of popular singers of such genres such as Caetano Veloso, Jorge Ben Jor, Ary Barroso and Ataulfo Alves. Re-recordings of some of their hits from the 1980s, "Sândalo de Dândi", "Johnny Love" and " Beat Acelerado", are also included.
The album counts with many guest musicians, such as Waly Salomão (in one of his last credited works prior to his death one year after the album's release), Preta Gil, Otto, Lucas Santtana, Jorge Mautner and Nélson Jacobina. Remixes of four of the album's tracks by different DJs are included as bonus tracks.
Déjà-Vu is a compilation album by Will, released on February 15, 2000 by COP International. It comprises most of the band's previously released output, with the exceptions of the tracks "New Mass" from Pearl of Great Price and "Father Forgive" from Word•Flesh•Stone.