DiscO-Zone

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DiscO-Zone
Cartoon illustration of, from left to right, Radu Sîrbu, Arsenie Todiraş, and Dan Bălan, with a flying airplane in the background. Radu is shown in gray with sunglasses, Arsenie is shown in blue with sunglasses, and Dan is shown in a yellow t-shirt. The caption on the bottom reads "O-Zone" while the caption on the top-right reads "DiscO-Zone."
Studio album by O-Zone
Released June 6, 2004
Genre Eurodance
Length 52:34
Label Polydor (Europe)
Ultra (USA)
Avex (Japan)
Producer O-Zone
O-Zone chronology
Number 1
(2002)
DiscO-Zone
(2004)
Ma Ya Hi (Dragostea Din Tei) [English Mixes] - EP
(2004)
Singles from DiscO-Zone
  1. "Dragostea din tei"
    Released: 2004
  2. "Despre tine"
    Released: 2004
  3. "De ce plâng chitarele"
    Released: 2004
Alternative cover
Japanese re-release cover

DiscO-Zone is the third and final album that was produced and released by the Moldovan band O-Zone. It was first released on June 6, 2004 in multiple countries throughout Europe.[1] It features their hit singles "Dragostea din tei (Love of the Linden Tree)" and "Despre Tine (About You)". The album was a commercial success in many European countries, particularly in Portugal where it was hit number one for eight consecutive weeks and was ranked for 26 weeks in the top 30. It also reached the top ten in Wallonia (Belgium),[2] Poland,[3] Norway,[4] Switzerland,[5] and Finland.[6] In France, it was number 15 but stayed for 36 weeks in the top 200. In Japan it reached the number one position in its 24th week on the chart.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written and composed by Dan Balan, except "De ce plâng chitarele" by Balan, Efim Crimerman and Mihai Dolgan. 

No. Title Length
1. "Fiesta de la noche"   4:01
2. "De ce plâng chitarele (Why Guitars Cry)"   4:11
3. "Dragostea din tei (Love of the Linden Tree)"   3:33
4. "Printre nori (Among the clouds)"   3:43
5. "Oriunde ai fi (Wherever you are)"   4:25
6. "Numai tu (Only you)"   4:00
7. "Dar, unde eşti? (But, where are you?)"   4:02
8. "Despre tine (About you)"   3:50
9. "Sărbătoarea nopţilor de vară (Summer Nights Festival)"   3:51
10. "Nu mă las de limba noastră... (I Won't Give Up Our Language...)"   3:49
11. "Crede-mă (Believe me)"   4:44
U.S. version extras
No. Title Length
12. "Ma Ya Hi" (Valentin Remix Radio Edit) 3:34
13. "Dragostea din tei (Love of the Linden Tree)" (English version)  
Russian version extra
No. Title Length
12. "Dragostea din tei (Love of the Linden Tree)" (DJ Ross Extended Remix)  

Romanian version[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Fiesta de la noche"   4:02
2. "Oriunde ai fi (Wherever you are)"   4:26
3. "De ce plâng chitarele (Why Guitars Cry)"   4:10
4. "Crede-mă (Believe me)"   4:44
5. "Dragostea din tei (Love of the Linden Trees)"   3:33
6. "Printe nori (Among the clouds)"   3:43
7. "Despre tine (About you)" (Unu' In The Mix) 7:37
8. "Dragostea din tei (Love of the Linden Trees)" (Unu' In The Dub Mix) 3:39
9. "De ce plâng chitarele (Why the Guitars Cry)" (Radio version) 4:10

Japanese version[edit]

No. Title Japanese title Length
1. "Dragostea Din Tei"   ドラゴステア・ディン・テイ~恋のマイアヒ~ 3:33
2. "Fiesta de la Noche"   フェスタ・デ・ラ・ノーチェ 4:02
3. "De Ce Plang Chitarele (Why Guitars Cry)"   デ・セ・プラン・チタレーレ 4:10
4. "Printe Nori (Among the clouds)"   プリンテレ・ノリ 3:43
5. "Oriunde Ai Fi (Wherever you are)"   オリウンデ・アイ・フィ 4:27
6. "Numai Tu (Only you)"   ヌマイ・トゥ 4:01
7. "Dar, Unde Esti? (But, where are you?)"   ダル、ウンデ・エスティ 4:02
8. "Despre Tine (About you)" (Unu' In The Dub Mix) デスプレ・ティーン 3:47
9. "Sarbatoarea Noptilor de Vara" (Radio version) サルバトアレ・ノプティロ・デ・バラ 3:51
10. "Nu Ma Las de Limba Noastra..."   ヌマ・ラス・デ・リンバ・ノアストラ 3:50
11. "Crede-ma (Believe me)"   クレデ・マ 4:46
12. "Dragostea Din Tei (Love from Lime): Koi no Maiahi" (Overhead Champion Remix) ドラゴステア・ディン・テイ~恋のマイアヒ~(オーバーヘッド・チャンピオン リミックス)  
13. "Dragostea Din Tei (Love from Lime): Koi no Maiahi" (DJ Kaya & DJ Kousuke Remix) ドラゴステア・ディン・テイ~恋のマイアヒ~(DJカヤ&DJコウスケ・リミックス)  
14. "Dragostea Din Tei (Love from Lime): Koi no Maiahi" (Eurobeat Remix) ドラゴステア・ディン・テイ~恋のマイアヒ~(ユーロビート・リミックス)  

Members[edit]

  • Dan Bălan – vocals
  • Arsenie Todiras – bass & vocals
  • Radu Sîrbu – vocals

Charts and certifications[edit]

Chart successions[edit]

Preceded by
Adriana partimpim by Adriana Calcanhotto
Portuguese number-one album
35/2004 - 42/2005 (8 weeks)
Succeeded by
Greatest Hits by Robbie Williams

Release history[edit]

Region Date Label Catalog
Europe June 6, 2004 Polydor Records 986 700-9
United States November 2, 2004 Ultra Records B00065U04A
Japan August 24, 2005 Avex Trax AVCD-17777/B
October 12, 2005 Avex Trax AVCD-17823
December 21, 2005 Avex Trax AVCD-17830/B

References[edit]

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  2. ^ a b "DiscO-Zone, Belgian (Wallonia) Albums Chart" (in French). Ultratop. Retrieved 1 January 2010. 
  3. ^ a b c "DiscO-Zone, German and Polish Albums Charts". Acharts. Retrieved 1 December 2009. 
  4. ^ a b "DiscO-Zone, Norwegian Albums Chart" (in Norwegian). Norwegiancharts. Retrieved 1 January 2010. 
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  6. ^ a b "DiscO-Zone, Finnish Albums Chart" (in Finnish). Finnishcharts. Retrieved 1 January 2010. 
  7. ^ "DiscO-Zone, Austrian Albums Chart" (in German). Austriancharts. Retrieved 1 January 2010. 
  8. ^ "DiscO-Zone, Belgian (Flanders) Albums Chart" (in Dutch). Ultratop. Retrieved 1 January 2010. 
  9. ^ "DiscO-Zone, Danish Albums Chart" (in Danish). Danishcharts. Retrieved 1 January 2010. 
  10. ^ "DiscO-Zone, Dutch Albums Chart". Dutchcharts. Retrieved 1 December 2009. 
  11. ^ "DiscO-Zone, French Albums Chart" (in French). Lescharts. Retrieved 1 January 2010. 
  12. ^ "DiscO-Zone, Portuguese Albums Chart" (in Portuguese). Portuguesecharts. Retrieved 1 January 2010. 
  13. ^ "DiscO-Zone, Spanish Albums Chart" (in Spanish). Spanishcharts. Retrieved 1 January 2010. 
  14. ^ "DiscO-Zone, Swedish Albums Chart" (in Swedish). Swedishcharts. Retrieved 1 January 2010. 
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