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The Best & le meilleur

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The Best & le meilleur
Le best & le meilleur.jpg
Greatest hits album by Tina Arena
Released 30 March 2009
Recorded 1994–2008
Genre
Label Sony France
Tina Arena chronology
Songs of Love & Loss 2
(2008)Songs of Love & Loss 22008
The Best & le meilleur
(2009)
The Peel Me Sessions 2003
(2009)The Peel Me Sessions 20032009

The Best & le meilleur is the third compilation album and the second greatest hits album by Australian singer and songwriter Tina Arena and was released on 30 March 2009 in France. The album also received a digital release on the iTunes Store in her native Australia in early April 2009.

The album contains three new recordings, "This Universe", "Night Fever", and "Out Here on My Own", a duet with Patrick Fiori. "This Universe" is an English-language version of the Italian song "Io so che tu" by Davide Esposito. The song was also the most successful single for the French singer Grégory Lemarchal when released as "Ecris l'histoire" in 2005. Esposito's version was released in 2006 and peaked at #20 on the French singles chart. "Night Fever" is a cover of the Bee Gees song, popularised by the Saturday Night Fever soundtrack, and it was recorded for a French TV disco special.

The album peaked at #2 on the French Compilations chart, the album fell out of the top ten in its 5th week and spending only 8 weeks in the top 30. It also peaked at #11 on the Belgian (Wallonia) Albums Chart and spent 23 weeks in the top 100.

Track listing

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Aller plus haut" J. Kapler 5:05
2. "I Want to Spend My Lifetime Loving You" (duet with Marc Anthony)   4:42
3. "Aimer jusqu'à l'impossible" David Gategno, Elodie Hesme 3:19
4. "I Want to Know What Love Is" Mick Jones 6:21
5. "Les trois cloches" Christophe Battaglia, J. Kapler 5:18
6. "Je m'appelle Bagdad" Gategno, Hesme 4:18
7. "Night Fever" Barry Gibb, Maurice Gibb, Robin Gibb 3:41
8. "Tu es toujours là" Jacques Veneruso 3:14
9. "Entends-tu le monde?" Thione Seck 3:56
10. "Live (For the One I Love)" Richard Cocciante, Jennings, Luc Plamondon 3:38
11. "Symphony of Life" Arena, Peter-John Vettese 4:45
12. "Chains" Arena, Pam Reswick, Steve Werfel 4:18
13. "L'un pour l'autre" Gategno, Hesme 3:23
14. "7 vies" Arena, Gategno, Hesme 3:46
15. "Tu pourras dire" Patrick Fiori, Noam Kaniel, Zarb 4:14
16. "Tu aurais dû me dire (Oser parler d'amour)" Mathias Goudeau, Kapler 3:22
17. "Et puis après" (duet with Henri Salvador) Henri Salvador 2:44
18. "This Universe" Francesco de Benedittis, Davide Esposito 4:15
19. "Out Here on My Own" (duet with Patrick Fiori) Michael Gore 3:18

Charts

This page was last edited on 23 March 2018, at 01:59.
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