The Mass (album)

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The Mass
The mass.jpg
Studio album by
Released27 February 2003
LabelMercury Records
Universal Music
Era chronology
Era 2
The Mass
The Very Best of Era
Professional ratings
Review scores
Iafrica3/5 stars[1]

The Mass is an album released in 2003 by Eric Lévi's musical project Era.[2] It is Era's third album. It achieved success in several European countries. The title track, "The Mass", is an adaptation of O Fortuna, a classical piece by Carl Orff.[citation needed]

Videos were shot for "The Mass" and "Looking for Something"; featuring actors Pierre Boisserie and Irene Bustamante.

Track listings[edit]

1."The Mass" (Guy Protheroe, vocals)3:39
2."Looking for Something" (Lena Jinnegren, vocals)4:09
3."Don't Go Away" (Lena Jinnegren, vocals)4:23
4."Don't You Forget" (Lena Jinnegren, vocals)3:40
5."If You Shout" (Lena Jinnegren, vocals)3:49
6."Avemano Orchestral" (Harriet Jay, vocals)4:20
7."Enae Volare" (Guy Protheroe, vocals)3:34
8."Sombre Day"3:42
10."The Champions"3:28


Country Certification Date Sales certified
France[3] Gold 2003 300,000
Swiss[4] Platinum 2003 40,000


Chart (2003-2005)[5] [6] Peak
Austrian Albums Chart 17
Belgian (Flanders) Albums Chart 43
Belgian (Wallonia) Albums Chart 5
Dutch Albums Chart 10
French Albums Chart 4
Italian Albums Chart 1
Portuguese Albums Chart 9
Swedish Albums Chart 10
Swiss Albums Chart 2


  1. ^ "Iafrica review". Archived from the original on 2009-03-01. Retrieved 2008-07-22.
  2. ^ "The Mass". Archived from the original on 2009-03-01. Retrieved 2008-07-21.
  3. ^ French certifications (Retrieved July 22, 2008)
  4. ^ Swiss certifications (Retrieved July 22, 2008)
  5. ^ The Mass, in various albums charts (Retrieved July 22, 2008)
  6. ^ The Mass, in various albums charts (Retrieved July 22, 2008)