Mes Courants Électriques (in English My Electric Currents) is the second album by Alizée. It was released in March 18, 2003. Though not as successful as her previous album, Gourmandises, this album still sold more than 200,000 copies in the first three months of its release. Worldwide, it sold over 1 million copies. Unlike her previous album, which was entirely in French, this album has English versions of four of its songs. As with Alizée's first album, the entire production was the work of Mylene Farmer and her songwriting/producting partner Laurent Boutonnat with no input from Alizée herself until laying down the vocals. This would be the last time the pair would work with Alizée.
Unlike Alizée's earlier album, this album was localized for different regions, with slightly different contents. The French version did not contain any English versions of any of the tracks, whereas the international version included four English language renditions. The Japan version refers to "J'en Ai Marre" as "Mon Bain de Mousse". In Taiwan and Hong Kong, and other traditional Chinese spoken parts of Asia, this album was launched in a 2 CD set, along with an Enhanced CD, not playable on DVD/VCD players, featuring videos of "Moi... Lolita" and "I'm Fed Up".