Ailleurs land

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Ailleurs land
Ailleurs land.jpg
Studio album by Florent Pagny
Released April 8, 2003
Genre Pop
Label Mercury, Universal Music
Florent Pagny chronology
2
(2001)
Ailleurs land
(2003)
Été 2003 à l'Olympia live
(2004)
Singles from Ailleurs land
  1. "Ma Liberté de penser"
    Released: March 2003
  2. "Je trace"
    Released: July 2003

Ailleurs land is a 2003 album recorded by French singer Florent Pagny. It was his tenth album oversall and was released on April 8, 2003. It achieved huge success in France and Belgium (Wallonia), where it remained charted respectively for 75 and 34 weeks, including several weeks atop. The album was also successful in Switzerland. It was led by the single "Ma Liberté de penser", a number-one hit in both countries, and followed by "Je trace", which had a minor success (#26 in France, #34 in Belgium, #65 in Switzerland). French singers Calogero, Pascal Obispo, Alain Lanty, Canadian singer Daniel Lavoie and actress Sandrine Kiberlain participated in the writing or the composing of the album.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Je trace" (Lionel Florence, Maurici, Calogero) — 3:23
  2. "Ailleurs land" (Jean-Pierre Lebert, Pascal Obispo) — 3:54
  3. "Ma Liberté de penser" (Florence, Obispo, Pagny) — 3:24
  4. "Je parle même pas d'amour" (Pierre Grillet, Alain Lanty) — 4:26
  5. "La folie d'un ange" (Daran, Filippi) — 3:12
  6. "Le feu à la peau" (Bruce Homs, Daniel Lavoie) — 4:27
  7. "Sauf toi" (Frédéric Brun, Nicolas Richard) — 3:10
  8. "Demandez à mon cheval" (Asdorve, Lebert, Obispo) — 4:07
  9. "Mon amour oublie que je l'aime" (Jérôme Attal, Daran) — 4:15
  10. "Guérir" (Daran, Florence) — 4:49
  11. "Sur mesure" (Daran, Sandrine Kiberlain) — 4:53

Source : Allmusic.[1]

Personnel[edit]

  • Denis Bennarosh – drums
  • Jean Francois Berger – programming, clavier, realization
  • Emerik Castaing – assistant
  • Bertrand Chatnet – engineer, vocal engineer
  • Daran – synthesizer, acoustic guitar, arranger, electric guitar, classical guitar, realization
  • Nick Davis – mixing
  • Francois Delabriere – programming, engineer, realization
  • Chistopher Deschamps – drums
  • Florian Dubos – guitar
  • Steve Forward – engineer
  • Erik Fostinelli – synthesizer, guitar, percussion, piano, arranger, electric guitar, programming, realization, Bass
  • Benoit Fourreau – tuba
  • Jean-Paul Gonnod – engineer
  • Emmanuel Goulet – programming
  • Marc Guéroult – assistant
  • Simon Hale – piano, arranger, string arrangements, executive director
  • Pierre Jaconelli – electric guitar
  • Sylvain Joasson – drums
  • Bertrand Lamblot – musical direction
  • Sandrine Le Bars – production executive
  • Jean Marion – photography, photoshop artist
  • Jean-Loup Morette – engineer
  • Juan José Mosalini – bandoneon
  • Pascal Obispo – acoustic guitar, programming, chorus, realization
  • Florent Pagny – chorus
  • Benjamin Raffaelli – guitar, realization
  • Stanislas Renoult – arranger, string arrangements
  • David Salkin – drums
  • Miles Showell – mastering
  • Greg Slapzinsky – harmonica
  • Ian Thomas – drums
  • Laurent Vernerey – bass
  • Christophe Voisin – programming
  • Volodia – engineer

Releases[edit]

Date Label Country Format Catalog
2003 Universal Music Belgium, France, Switzerland CD 77077
Mercury 077077
077078
2006 Universal Music 9801220

Certifications and sales[edit]

Country Certification Date Sales certified Physical sales
Belgium[2] Gold 2003 25,000
France[3] Diamond June 29, 2004 1,000,000 972,500[4]
Switzerland[5] Platinum 2003 40,000

Charts[edit]

Preceded by
One Heart by Céline Dion
French SNEP number-one album (first run)
April 12–19, 2003 (2 weeks)
Succeeded by
American Life by Madonna
Preceded by
American Life by Madonna
French SNEP number-one album (second run)
May 3–31, 2003 (5 weeks)
Succeeded by
Un tour ensemble by Jean-Jacques Goldman
Preceded by
Quand l'humain danse by Maurane
Belgian (Wallonia) number-one album (first run)
May 17–24, 2003 (2 weeks)
Succeeded by
The Golden Age of Grotesque
by Marilyn Manson
Preceded by
The Golden Age Of Grotesque by Marilyn Manson
Belgian (Wallonia) number-one album (second run)
June 7, 2003 (1 week)
Succeeded by
Un tour ensemble by Jean-Jacques Goldman

References[edit]

  1. ^ Aillers land, track listing Allmusic.com (November 30, 2008)
  2. ^ Belgium certifications Fanofmusic.fr (Retrieved November 30, 2008)
  3. ^ French certifications Disqueenfrance.com (Retrieved November 23, 2008)
  4. ^ Chart trajectories of various albums in France + sales Infodisc.fr (Retrieved November 30, 2008)
  5. ^ Swiss certifications Swisscharts.com (Retrieved November 30, 2008)
  6. ^ Ailleurs land, Belgian (Wallonia) Albums Chart Ultratop.be (Retrieved November 30, 2008)
  7. ^ Ailleurs land, French Albums Chart Lescharts.com (Retrieved November 30, 2008)
  8. ^ Ailleurs land, Swiss Albums Chart Hitparade.ch (Retrieved November 30, 2008)
  9. ^ 2003 Belgian (Wallonia) Albums Chart Ultratop.be (Retrieved November 30, 2008)
  10. ^ 2003 French Albums Chart Ifop.com (Retrieved November 30, 2008)
  11. ^ 2003 Swiss Singles Chart Hitparade.ch (Retrieved November 30, 2008)
  12. ^ 2004 French Albums Chart Ifop.com (Retrieved November 30, 2008)