Où s'en vont les avions?

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Où s'en vont les avions ?
Studio album by Julien Clerc
Released 12 September 2008
Recorded Italy
Genre Pop
Label Virgin Music
Julien Clerc chronology
100 chansons
(2006)
Où s'en vont les avions ?
(2008)
Fou, Peut-être
(2011)
Singles from Où s'en vont les avions ?
  1. "La Jupe en laine"
    Released: 2008

Où s'en vont les avions? is a studio album recorded by French singer Julien Clerc. It was released on 12 September 2008. A pop record, it went straight to number-one in France and Belgium (Wallonia). Maxime Le Forestier, Benjamin Biolay, Carla Bruni are among the artists who wrote some tracks for this album. The first single, "La Jupe en laine", was only available digitally.

Track listings[edit]

CD
  1. "La Jupe en laine" (Clerc, Duguet-Grasser) – 3:28
  2. "Restons amants" (Clerc, Maxime Le Forestier) – 3:33
  3. "Où s'en vont les avions ?" (Clerc, Duguet-Grasser) – 3:07
  4. "Sous sa grande ombrelle" (Benjamin Biolay, Clerc)– 2:37
  5. "Apprendre à lire" (Clerc, Dabadie) – 3:04
  6. "Une petite fée" (Clerc, Manset) – 2:00
  7. "Frère, elle n'en avait pas" (Clerc, Manset) – 2:47
  8. "Souvenez-vous" (Clerc, McNeil) – 3:02
  9. "Forcément" (Clerc, Duguet-Grasser) – 3:19
  10. "La Rue Blanche, le Petit Matin bleu" (Biolay, Clerc) – 3:20
  11. "Déranger les pierres" (Carla Bruni, Clerc) – 3:22
  12. "Dormez" (Clerc, Le Forestier) – 3:23
  13. "Toboggan" (Clerc, McNeil) – 3:20
  14. "Le Juge et la Blonde" (Clerc, Le Forestier) – 5:18
DVD - Collector edition
  1. "Making of de l'album" : "Où s'en vont les avions ?"

Source : Allmusic[1]

Personnel and credits[edit]

Release history[edit]

Date Label Country Format Catalog
September 12, 2008 Virgin Belgium, France, Switzerland CD 5099923593121
CD + DVD 5099923635029

Charts and sales[edit]

Certifications[edit]

Country Certification Date Sales certified Physical sales Digital downloads
Belgium[9] Gold November 14, 2008 10,000
France[10] 3 x Platinum 21 December 2010 300,000 198,390 in 2008[11] 4,650 in 2008

Chart successions[edit]

Preceded by
Death Magnetic by Metallica
French SNEP number-one album
20 September 2008 – 27 September 2008 (2 weeks)
Succeeded by
Comme à la maison by Christophe Maé
Preceded by
Point de suture by Mylène Farmer
Belgian (Wallonia) number-one album
27 September 2008 – 4 October 2008 (2 weeks)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Où s'en vont les violons ?, track listing Allmusic.com (Retrieved 11 May 2009)
  2. ^ Où s'en vont les violons ?, Belgian (Flanders) Albums Chart Ultratop.be (Retrieved 11 May 2009)
  3. ^ Où s'en vont les violons ?, Belgian (Wallonia) Albums Chart Ultratop.be (Retrieved 11 May 2009)
  4. ^ Où s'en vont les violons ?, French Albums Chart Lescharts.com (Retrieved 11 May 2009)
  5. ^ Où s'en vont les violons ?, Swiss Albums Chart Hitparade.ch (Retrieved11 May 2009)
  6. ^ 2008 Belgian (Wallonia) Albums Chart Ultratop.be (Retrieved 11 May 2009)
  7. ^ 2008 French Albums Chart Disqueenfrance.com (Retrieved 2 May 2009)
  8. ^ "Rapports annuels 2009 - Albums" (in French). Ultratop. Retrieved 6 January 2011. 
  9. ^ 2009 certification in Belgium (Wallonia) Ultratop.be (Retrieved 11 May 2009)
  10. ^ "Certifications Albums Triple Platine - année 2010" (in French). Syndicat National de l'Édition Phonographique. Retrieved 2 March 2011. 
  11. ^ 2008 best-selling albums in France Infodisc.fr (Retrieved 11 May 2009)