Panique celtique

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Panique celtique
Panique celtique.jpg
Studio album by Manau
Released July 7, 1998
Recorded 1998, France
Genre Hip hop
Label Polydor
Manau chronology
Panique celtique
(1998)
Festnoz de Paname
(2000)
Singles from Panique celtique
  1. "La Tribu de Dana"
    Released: May 1998
  2. "Panique celtique"
    Released: September 1998
  3. "Mais qui est la belette ?"
    Released: December 1998
  4. "L'avenir est un long passé"
    Released: May 1999
  5. "La Confession"
    Released: July 1999

Panique celtique is the debut album recorded by French hip hop act Manau. It was released in July 1998. It achieved success in France and Belgium (Wallonia) where it hit respectively #1 for several weeks and #2. It provided five singles : the two number-one hits "La Tribu de Dana" and "Mais qui est la belette ?", a top nine hit "Panique celtique", and two top 40 hits "L'avenir est un long passé" and "La Confession".

In 1999, the album gained a Victoire de la Musique in the category 'Rap/groove album of the year'.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Intro" (Martial Tricoche / RV Lardic, Cédric Soubiron) – 1:41
  2. "La Tribu de Dana" (Martial Tricoche / RV Lardic, Cédric Soubiron, Alan Stivell) – 4:47
  3. "L'avenir est un long passé" (Martial Tricoche / RV Lardic, Cédric Soubiron) – 4:40
  4. "Panique celtique" (Martial Tricoche / RV Lardic, Cédric Soubiron) – 3:35
  5. "Le chant des druides" (Martial Tricoche / RV Lardic, Cédric Soubiron) – 4:17
  6. "Faut pas tiser en Bretagne" (Martial Tricoche / RV Lardic, Cédric Soubiron) – 3:54
  7. "Le chien du forgeron" (Martial Tricoche / Grégor Gandon) – 4:23
  8. "La Confession" (Martial Tricoche / RV Lardic, Cédric Soubiron) – 4:03
  9. "Un mauvais Dieu" (Martial Tricoche / RV Lardic, Cédric Soubiron) – 4:48
  10. "Mais qui est la belette ?" (Martial Tricoche / RV Lardic, Cédric Soubiron) – 3:58
  11. "Je parle" (Martial Tricoche / RV Lardic, Cédric Soubiron) – 4:42

+ Bonus - 1999 issue

  1. "L'avenir est un long passé" (new version)
  2. "Mais qui est la belette ?" (remix)

Source : Allmusic[1]

Personal and credits[edit]

Release history[edit]

Date Label Country Format Catalog
July 7, 1998 Polydor Belgium, France, Switzerland, Netherlands CD 557887
2000 Discovery 5862082

Certifications[edit]

Country Certification Date Sales certified
Belgium (Wallonia)[2] Platinum 1999 40,000
France[3] Diamond June 30, 1999 1,000,000

Charts[edit]

Preceded by
Louise Attaque by Louise Attaque
French SNEP number-one album (first run)
July 25, 1998 - August 8, 1998 (3 weeks)
Succeeded by
Louise Attaque by Louise Attaque
Preceded by
Notre Dame de Paris by Various artists
French SNEP number-one album (second run)
January 23, 1999 - January 30, 1999 (2 weeks)
Succeeded by
Notre Dame de Paris by Various artists
Awards
Preceded by
Victoires de la Musique
Rap/groove album of the year

1999
Succeeded by
Les Princes de la ville by 113

References[edit]

  1. ^ Panique celtique, track listing Allmusic.com (Retrieved May 10, 2009)
  2. ^ Belgium certifications Fanofmusic.fr (Retrieved May 10, 2009)
  3. ^ 2007 certifications in France Disqueenfrance.com (Retrieved May 10, 2009)
  4. ^ a b c d e Panique celtique, in various albums charts Ultratop.be (Retrieved May 10, 2009)
  5. ^ 1998 Belgian (Wallonia) Albums Chart Ultratop.be (Retrieved May 10, 2009)
  6. ^ 1998 French Albums Chart Disqueenfrance.com (Retrieved May 10, 2009)
  7. ^ 1999 Belgian (Wallonia) Albums Chart Ultratop.be (Retrieved May 6, 2009)
  8. ^ 1999 French Albums Chart Disqueenfrance.com (Retrieved May 10, 2009)

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