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Gold Vol. 2

Gold Vol. 2
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Compilation album by Celine Dion
Released 2 October 1995 (1995-10-02)
Recorded 1983–87
Genre Pop
Length 58:34
Label Versailles
Producer
Celine Dion chronology

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Gold Vol. 2 is a French-language compilation album by Canadian singer Celine Dion, released in France by Versailles on 2 October 1995. It features fourteen rare songs recorded between 1983 and 1987, including the whole Incognito album. In France, it was certified Gold. Gold Vol. 2 was also released in Belgium reaching number fifty-one on the chart in Wallonia.

Background, content and commercial performance

After the success of D'eux, which became the best-selling French-language album of all time, Versailles issued Gold Vol. 2 on 2 October 1995, a second compilation (after Gold Vol. 1) of Dion's early and rare recordings from the '80s. It includes the whole 1987 album, Incognito. Gold Vol. 2 peaked at number fifty-one in Belgium Wallonia in May 1996 and was certified Gold in France in 1998 for selling 100,000 copies. In 1997, the album was re-released as Les premières chansons vol. 2.

Track listings

No. TitleWriter(s)Producer(s) Length
1. "Incognito"  Roussel 4:39
2. "Lolita (trop jeune pour aimer)"  
Roussel 4:20
3. "On traverse un miroir"  
  • Isa Minoke
  • Robert Lafond
Aldo Nova 4:41
4. "Partout je te vois"  Nova 4:09
5. "Jours de fièvre"  
  • Marnay
  • Roussel
Roussel 5:13
6. "D'abord, c'est quoi l'amour"  
  • Marnay
  • Steven Tracey
Nova 4:23
7. "Délivre-moi"  Pierre Bazinet 4:19
8. "Comme un cœur froid"  
  • Marnay
  • Roussel
Roussel 5:13
9. "Mon ami m'a quittée"  
  • Marnay
  • Christian Loigerot
  • Thierry Geoffroy
  • Marnay
  • Rudi Pascal
2:59
10. "La dodo la do"  
  • Marnay
  • Christian Gaubert
  • Marnay
  • Pascal
3:02
11. "Hymne à l'amitié"  
  • Marnay
  • Pascal
4:05
12. "Je ne veux pas"  
  • Marnay
  • Romano Musumarra
Musumarra 4:05
13. "C'est pour vivre"  
  • Marnay
  • Pascal
4:07
14. "En amour"  
  • Marnay
  • Loigerot
  • Geoffroy
Marnay 3:19

Charts

Chart (1996) Peak
position
Belgian Albums (Ultratop Wallonia)[1] 51

Certifications and sales

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Release history

Region Date Label Format Catalog
France 2 October 1995 Versailles CD VER 481431 2

References

  1. ^ Sam Jaspers (2006). Ultratop 1995-2005. Book & Media Publishing. ISBN 90-5720-232-8. 
  2. ^ "SNEP: Notre Base de Données" (in French). SNEP. Retrieved 22 August 2014.