Rien que pour ça

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Rien que pour ça...
Studio album by Elsa Lunghini
Released September 3, 1990
Recorded May–July 1990
Master Rock Studios, London
Genre Pop
Length 47:05
Label BMG-Ariola, Neige Music
Producer Gus Dudgeon
Georges Lunghini (exec.)
Elsa Lunghini chronology
Elsa
(1988)
Rien que pour ça...
(1990)
Douce Violence
(1992)
Singles from Rien que pour ça...
  1. "Rien que pour ça...[1]"
    Released: September, 1990
  2. "Pleure doucement[2]"
    Released: January, 1991
  3. "Qu'est-ce que ça peut lui faire ?[3]"
    Released: June, 1991

Rien que pour ça... is the second album by the French singer Elsa Lunghini and was released in 1990.
NB. Sound quality: ADD.

Background and critical reception[edit]

In this album, recorded in London, Elsa continued her musical collaboration with her father, Georges Lunghini, since he was co-producer of the album and composed all the tracks with Vincent-Marie Bouvot, except the eponymous title, which was composed by Elsa herself.

For the texts, Elsa was surrounded by famous lyricists : Gérard Presgurvic and Thierry Séchan, Renaud's brother.

This album confirmed the success of Elsa to the public : indeed, in addition to being certified double Gold by the SNEP,[4] it allowed her to go on stage for the first time. Indeed, she climbed on Olympia stage, Paris, in October 1990 to perform songs from her first two albums.

In 1991, "Je s'rai là" was released as the fourth single from the album, but as a promotional CD in Canada only.

Track listing[edit]

# Title[5] Length
1. "Je viens vers toi"
(Thierry Séchan / Vincent-Marie BouvotGeorges Lunghini)
3:25
2. "Pleure doucement"
(Thierry Séchan / Vincent-Marie Bouvot – Georges Lunghini)
3:59
3. "Faudrait pas croire"
(Gérard Presgurvic / Vincent-Marie Bouvot – Georges Lunghini)
3:05
4. "Qu'est-ce que ça peut lui faire ?"
(Gérard Presgurvic / Vincent-Marie Bouvot – Georges Lunghini)
3:20
5. "On verra bien demain"
(Gérard Presgurvic / Vincent-Marie Bouvot – Georges Lunghini)
4:05
6. "Un Enfant qui s'en va"
(Gérard Presgurvic / Vincent-Marie Bouvot – Georges Lunghini)
4:30
7. "L'Amour sur le fil"
(Gérard Presgurvic / Vincent-Marie Bouvot – Georges Lunghini)
4:30
8. "Parler"
(Gérard Presgurvic / Vincent-Marie Bouvot – Georges Lunghini)
4:20
9. "Rien que pour ça..."
(Gérard Presgurvic / Elsa)
2:45
10. "Je s'rai là"
(Gérard Presgurvic / Vincent-Marie Bouvot – Georges Lunghini)
3:20
11. "Pour qui tu cours ?" 1
(Gérard Presgurvic / Vincent-Marie Bouvot – Georges Lunghini)
4:25
11. "Bats-toi"
(Thierry Séchan / Vincent-Marie Bouvot – Georges Lunghini)
4:35

1 Only on CD and cassette versions of the album.

Album credits[6][edit]

Personnel[edit]

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Charts, certifications and sales[edit]

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This article incorporates information from the revision as of 2008-06-01 of the equivalent article on the French Wikipedia.