Jeanne Mas discography

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Jeanne Mas discography
Studio albums 11
Live albums 1
Compilation albums 6
Music videos 3
Singles 35

This page presents the discography of the French pop singer Jeanne Mas.

Albums[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Release date Title Peak position Sales Additional information
January 1985
Jeanne Mas
N°5 in France
350 000
April 1986
Femmes d'aujourd'hui
N°1 in France
N°13 in Belgium
1 200 000
5 Weeks Number 1 in France
February 1989
Les Crises de l'âme
N°1 in France
N°21 in Switzerland
550 000
4 Weeks Number 1 in France
October 1990
L'art des femmes
-
80 000
last album on EMI
September 1992
Au nom des rois
-
85 000
first album on AB Productions
rereleased in 1993 with three bonus tracks
November 1996
Jeanne Mas & Les Égoïstes
-
20 000
first album on Arcade Music
October 2000
Désir d'insolence
-
10 000
first album on XIII Bis Records
May 2001
Je vous aime ainsi
N°150 in France
5 000
enhanced CD features the "Désir d'insolence"'s video
May 2003
Les Amants de Castille
N°90 in France
10 000
limited edition features the extra track "Cid story"
November 2006
The Missing Flowers
N°164 in France
15 000
5 differents editions
May 2008
Be West
N°156 in France
2 000
first album on Edina Music
August 2009
7 Nights
-
1 000
alias LaBlonde, first album on Rock&Movies
May 2011
Bleu Citron
-
1 000
March 2012
Made In France
-
1 000
April 2014
H2-Eau
N°121 in France[1]
1 000

Live albums[edit]

Release date Title Peak position Sales
September 1987
En concert
N°12 in France
N°14 in Belgium
200.000

Compilations[edit]

Release date Title Peak position Sales Additional information
1991
Depuis la toute première fois
-
100.000
comprehensive 1984-1991 singles collection
1996
Les Plus Grands Succès de Jeanne Mas
N°8 in France
N°20 in Belgium
75.000
selective 1984-1991 songs collection with two unreleased English versions
2000
L'Essentiel
-
85.000
selective 1984-1991 songs collection
2001
J'M - Le meilleur de Jeanne Mas
-
50.000
selective 1984-1992 songs collection with two new tracks
original CD release contained bonus disc of remixes, live version and acoustic medley recorded in 2001
2004
Best of
N°13 in France
65.000
selective 1984-1992 songs collection with two new remix tracks
2007
Most of the Best
-
-
selective 1992-2003 songs collection with two unreleased tracks

Singles[edit]

Year Title Certification (France)[2] Peak position (France)[3] Weeks on chart (France) Additional info
1978
"On the Moon"
-
-
-
1984
"Toute Première Fois"
Gold
8
9
French chart was created on Nov. 4, 1984
1985
"Johnny, Johnny"
Gold
1
23
Four weeks at the top
1985
"Cœur en stéréo"
-
24
16
1986
"En Rouge et Noir"
-
1
23
Two weeks at the top
1986
"L'Enfant"
-
3
21
1987
"Sauvez-moi"
-
3
18
1987
"La Bête libre"
-
13
13
1988
"Remixes"
-
-
-
1989
"Y'a des bons..."
-
13
12
1989
"Les Crises de l'âme"
-
-
-
Only released in Germany and Italy
1989
"J'accuse"
-
-
-
1989
"Carolyne"
-
-
-
1990
"Bébé rock"
-
-
-
1990
"Shakespeare"
-
-
-
1991
"Angela (l'art des femmes)"
-
-
-
1992
"Au Nom des Rois"
-
-
-
1992
"Dors bien Margot"
-
-
-
1993
"Aime-moi"
-
-
-
1994
"C'est pas normal"
-
-
-
1996
"Côté H Côté clean"
-
-
-
1997
"Anna"
-
-
-
2000
"Désir d'insolence"
-
-
-
2001
"Je vous aime ainsi"
-
-
-
2003
"Chimène"
-
-
-
2003
"Poussière de Castille"
-
-
-
2004
"Toute Première Fois" (FDP remix)
-
96
1
1,652 sales
2005
"Johnny, Johnny" (remix)
-
-
-
2006
"Màs alli màs alla"
-
-
-
2006
"On a Summer Day"
-
-
-
2006
"Un Air d'Argentine"
-
-
-
12" maxi, U.S.
2007
"C'est interdit"
-
-
-
Released under the pseudonym of "La Blonde"
2007
"Un Air d'Argentine"
-
-
-
CD maxi, France
2007
"Come to Los Angeles"
-
-
-
Released under the pseudonym of "La Blonde"
2007
"Sans toi"
-
-
-
2008
"Be West"
-
-
-

Videos[edit]

  • En concert (1987)
  • Tous mes clips (1990)
  • Depuis la toute première fois (1991)

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Download Charts http://www.snepmusique.com/tops-semaine/top-albums-telecharges/?ye=2014&we=15
  2. ^ Jeanne Mas' certifications in France Chartsinfrance.net (Retrieved June 4, 2008)
  3. ^ Jeanne Mas, discography and peak positions in France Lescharts.com (Retrieved June 4, 2008)