La Vérité was the last album by Niagara. Niagara was one of the few French bands who had success and critical acclaim outside of France despite not singing in English, because of this they embarked on an international tour in 1991 which included many sold out concerts. Based on this success, Polydor decided to spare no expense on La Vérité which was recorded with a big band consisting of 45 musicians and had a special jewel case with a relief of the logo of the band on the cover.
The album was dark with an apocalyptic sound, sometimes bordering on hard rock with ballads intermixed and deals with subjects like the state of the planet, the weird role of the media, the problems of being accepted and being a woman. Up to now they were known for an acid rock sound which was reasonably happy. The change of theme resulted in an album which didn't go straight to #1 like their previous two albums, . The album was nevertheless certified Gold. On the personal side, the relationship between Muriel Moreno, the flamboyant singer, and Daniel Chenevez, the guitar and keyboard player, was not as it used to be. Niagara gave a final concert in Le Zénith, Paris on 25 March 1992 before going their separate ways with moderately successful solo careers.
|1.||"Je Suis De Retour"||3:48|
|3.||"La Fin Des Étoiles"||3:50|
|5.||"Plus Belle Qu'une Femme"||3:55|
|6.||"Un Million D'Années"||4:01|
|7.||"Le Prochain Payera Pour Les Autres"||3:20|
|8.||"De La Victoire"||3:35|
|9.||"Je N'Oublierai Jamais"||3:35|
|10.||"Aux Coeurs Blessés"||4:11|
|11.||"Ma Dernière Pensée"||3:20|