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Helene Segara - Humaine (2003)

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01. Humaine play
02. Encore une fois
03. L'amour est un soleil
04. Elle rentrait de l'école
05. Regarde
06. On ne dit pas
07. L'île de nous
08. Petite vie
09. On n'oublie jamais rien, on vit avec (en duo avec Laura Pausini)
10. Ma vie tient en deux mots
11. Je n'oublie que toi play
12. Petites douleurs
13. Tant bien que mal
14. Je reje

 

Hélène Ségara (born Hélène Rizzo on 26 February 1971 in Six-Fours-les-Plages, Var) is a French female singer. Humaine is the name of the third studio album recorded by the French singer Hélène Ségara. It was released in March 2003, and had a smash success in France, Belgium (Wallonia) and Switzerland, reaching the top five in these countries. For this third album, Ségara was surrendered by several songwriters and composers that had already worked for her on the two previous studio albums, such as the Nacash brothers and Christian Loigerot. Gioacchino Maurici, French singer Calogero's brother, participated in the music of "Regarde", Patrick Juvet composed that of "Je rêve", while Pierre Souchon, son of Alain Souchon, made that of "On ne dit pas". The song "Je n'oublie que toi" was entirely composed by famous French singer and songwriter Maxime Le Forestier.

Four of the five singles from this album were released as CD singles. "L'Amour est un soleil" (number two) and the duet with Laura Pausini "On n'oublie jamais rien, on vit avec" (number three) were certified Gold disc, while "Encore une fois" (number 32) and "On ne dit pas" (number 26) were less successful. In France, the album went straight to number one on 15 March 2003, and stayed there for another week. Then it dropped slowly on the chart until number 49, but reached again the top 20 on 3 August. It totaled eleven weeks in the top ten, 52 weeks in the top 50, 57 weeks in the top 50 and 68 weeks in the top 200. Certified double platinum, it was ranked number nine on the 2003 French Albums Chart. The album was also charted for two weeks on the French Mid Price Albums Chart, peaking at number 24 on 3 June 2005.

In Belgium (Wallonia), Humaine started at number eight on 22 March and climbed to number three the week after. It remained for six weeks in the top ten and dropped quiclky after its tenth weeks, but manage to stabilize in the low positions. It fell off the top 40 after 20 weeks. It was the 22nd best-selling album of 2003. In Switzerland, the album featured on the chart (top 100) for 16 weeks, from 23 March 2003, including three weeks in the top ten and ten weeks in the top 50, and a peak at number five in the second week.

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