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Lara Fabian
Lara fabian-nue a.jpg
Studio album by Lara Fabian
Released France August 28, 2001
Canada October 30, 2001
Recorded 2000 - 2001
Genre Pop, French pop
Adult Contemporary
Length 73:36
Label Polydor, Universal
Producer Rick Allison
Lara Fabian chronology
Lara Fabian (2000)
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Nue
(2001)
Live 2002
(2002)Live 20022002
Alternative cover
Rare "Nue" album cover
Rare "Nue" album cover
Singles from Nue
  1. "J'y crois encore"
    Released: 2001
  2. "S’en aller"
    Released: 2001
  3. "Immortelle"
    Released: 2002
  4. "Aimer dejá"
    Released: 2002
  5. "Tu es mon autre (Duet with Maurane)"
    Released: 2002

Nue (French for naked), is Lara Fabian's fifth album, and first French release in four years, since Pure, which earned Lara instant fame in Europe. After selling 8 million records throughout the world, a matured Lara indulges in a personal project with Nue, doing most of the writing with her accomplice Rick Allison. A sophisticated and surprising musical journey that includes a duet with Belgian singer Maurane "Tu es mon autre" (You're my other), and "Rio" a song inspired by Brazil where she remains extremely popular.

Track listing

# TITLE Written by Time
1. "J'y crois encore" Lara Fabian, Rick Allison 03:29
2. "Aimer déjà" Lara Fabian, Rick Allison 04:07
3. "S'en aller" Lara Fabian, Rick Allison 04:45
4. "Silence" Lara Fabian, Rick Allison 03:48
5. "Parce que tu pars" Lara Fabian, Rick Allison 04:28
6. "Je suis mon cœur" Christine Lidon, Daniel Lavoie 05:46
7. "Tango" Lara Fabian, Rick Allison 04:00
8. "Imagine" Lara Fabian, Rick Allison 04:02
9. "Tu es mon autre" (Duet with Maurane) Lara Fabian, Rick Allison 03:42
10. "Rio" Lara Fabian, Vincenzo Thoma, Rick Allison 03:34
11. "Bambina" Lara Fabian, Janey Clewer 04:23
12. "Immortelle" Lara Fabian, Rick Allison 05:18
13. "Le Roi est une femme" Didier Golemanas, Daniel Seff 05:15
14. "Piano Nocture" Rick Allison, Daniel Lavoie, Daniel Seff, Janey Clewer 16:51

Credits

  • Rick Allison : Guitar, Piano, Arranger, Programming, Clavier, Basse
  • Kate Barry : Photography
  • Janey Clewer : Piano
  • Julie Leblanc : Choir, Chorus
  • Cathi Leveille : Choir, Chorus
  • Kim Richardson : Choir, Chorus
  • William James Ross : Arranger
  • Dorian Sherwood : Percussion, Choir, Chorus

Certifications

Region Certification Certified units/Sales
Belgium (BEA)[1] Gold 25,000*
France (SNEP)[2] 2× Platinum 600,000*
Switzerland (IFPI Switzerland)[3] Gold 20,000^

*sales figures based on certification alone
^shipments figures based on certification alone

References

This page was last edited on 12 November 2017, at 13:43.
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