Pure (Lara Fabian album)

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Pure
Studio album by Lara Fabian
Released Canada 1996
France Belgium Switzerland June 3, 1997
Genre Pop, French pop, Adult Contemporary
Label Polydor, PolyGram
Producer Rick Allison
Lara Fabian chronology
Carpe Diem
(1994)
Pure
(1996)
Live 1999
(1999)

Lara Fabian's third studio album Pure, was a two million-selling album, which reached Diamond status in France, from which came the anti-homophobia anthem "La Différence." The album went platinum in less than two weeks. Lara again was bestowed with awards, being awarded a Félix Award for Popular Album Of The Year at the 1997 ADISQ gala and was also nominated for two Juno Awards of 1997 in the Best Female Singer and Best Selling French Album categories.

Pure has become one of the best-selling French-language albums of all time.

Track listing[edit]

# Title Music Lyrics Time
1 "Tout" Rick Allison Lara Fabian 04:16
2 "Si tu m'aimes" Rick Allison Lara Fabian 03:30
3 "J'ai zappé" Vincenzo Thoma Dominique Owen 05:06
4 "La différence" Rick Allison Lara Fabian 04:12
5 "Humana" Rick Allison Lara Fabian 05:39
6 "Urgent désir" Daniel Lavoie, Mario Proulx Daniel Lavoie 03:57
7 "Les amoureux de l'an deux mille" Rick Allison Lara Fabian 04:54
8 "Ici" Daniel Seff Lara Fabian 03:26
9 "Alléluia" Daniel Seff, Rick Allison Lara Fabian 04:08
10 "Je t'aime" Rick Allison Lara Fabian 04:21
11 "Je t'appartiens" Janey Clewer Lara Fabian 03:23
12 "Perdere l'amore" Marcello Marrocchi Giampiero Artegiani 05:04

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