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On ne change pas
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Greatest hits album by Celine Dion
Released September 30, 2005 (2005-09-30)
Recorded 1981–2005
Genre Pop
Length 188:27
Label Columbia, Epic
Producer René Angélil, Paul Baillargeon, Didier Barbelivien, Erick Benzi, David Foster, Humberto Gatica, Jean-Jacques Goldman, Patrick Hampartzoumian, Daniel Hétu, Tino Izzo, U. P. Keller, David Kreuger, Marcel Lefebvre, Claude Lemay, Kristian Lundin, Per Magnusson, Eddy Marnay, Romano Musumarra, Christopher Neil, Aldo Nova, Rudi Pascal, Serge Perathoner, Jean-Alain Roussel, Atilla Şereftuğ, Jannick Top, Jacques Veneruso
Celine Dion chronology

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Singles from On ne change pas
  1. "Je ne vous oublie pas"
    Released: October 10, 2005
  2. "Tous les secrets"
    Released: March 13, 2006
  3. "I Believe in You"
    Released: May 1, 2006

On ne change pas (meaning One doesn't change) is the first comprehensive French-language greatest hits album by Canadian singer Celine Dion, released by Columbia Records on September 30, 2005. It features songs recorded between 1981 and 2005, including three new tracks, all of which were released as singles: "Je ne vous oublie pas," "Tous les secrets" and "I Believe in You" (duet with Il Divo). "Je ne vous oublie pas" reached number two in France and was certified Silver. The other singles peaked at numbers twenty and thirty, respectively. On ne change pas received positive reviews from music critics. It reached number one in France and Belgium Wallonia, and number two in Canada and Switzerland. On ne change pas was certified 3× Platinum in France and Canada, Platinum in Belgium and Gold in Switzerland.

Background

On July 7, 2005, celinedion.com announced that a new album featuring Dion's French-language greatest hits was to be released in October 2005.[1] The two-CD compilation titled On ne change pas was to contain never before released material, including the first single written by Jacques Veneruso, "Je ne vous oublie pas."[1][2] On August 22, 2005, the track listing for On ne change pas was announced and the album was scheduled for release on October 3, 2005 in Europe and October 4, 2005 in North America.[3] However, in some European countries, On ne change pas was released on September 30, 2005.[4][5] The music video for "Je ne vous oublie pas" premiered on television on August 31, 2005.[6] It was filmed at the Royal Impérial Theatre in Montreal, Canada on July 29, 2005 and directed by Didier Kerbrat who already worked with Dion on the video for "Contre Nature" in 2004.[2][6]

Content

Sony Music Entertainment released different versions of the album but all of them include three new songs: "Je ne vous oublie pas," "Tous les secrets" and "I Believe in You" (duet with Il Divo).[3] The standard edition was issued on two CDs in a jewel case and the collector's edition digipak contains also a bonus DVD with thirty minutes of exclusive images and the music video for "Je ne vous oublie pas."[3] The North American edition includes Dion's French-language hits form the 1990s and 2000s, but also focuses heavily on the songs form the 1980s which made her a star in Quebec, beginning with the 1981 debut single, "Ce n'était qu'un rêve."[3] The European edition features mostly songs which became popular in France and also contains some rare tracks.[3] It includes hits like "Pour que tu m'aimes encore," "Je sais pas," "Un garçon pas comme les autres (Ziggy)," "Tout l'or des hommes," "S'il suffisait d'aimer" and "D'amour ou d'amitié," but also the number-one single "Sous le vent," which was available on Garou's debut album only, and "Ma Nouvelle-France" recorded for the 2004 film, Nouvelle-France.[3][7] In November 2005, the ultimate edition was released in Europe and Canada, containing three CDs and a bonus DVD in a longbox.[8] It features fifty songs recorded between 1981 and 2005, including all the French-language hits and various rare tracks.[8] In late March 2006, the one-disc edition was issued in Europe and Canada featuring nineteen greatest hits on one CD.[9] An accompanying On ne change pas DVD was also released in November 2005, including Dion's French music videos and a bonus material.[10] In November 2009, Best of - 3 CD was released in Francophone countries in Europe containing three CDs from the ultimate edition.[11]

Promotion

In Canada, Dion appeared on Star Académie on October 2, 2005 and sang "Je ne vous oublie pas" live from Las Vegas with the contestants in the studio.[12][13] On December 11, 2005, she performed "Je ne vous oublie pas" on the Canadian show L'école des fans and sang few duets with the children. Dion also visited France in early October 2005, during her break from A New Day..., and recorded various television appearances.[14][15] On October 7, 2005, she appeared on Star Academy and sang "Je ne vous oublie pas" and two of her hits with the contestants: "Pour que tu m'aimes encore" and "On ne change pas."[16][17] This episode of Star Academy became the most watched television program of the French prime-time by attracting an average of 7,820,800 viewers and getting the 36,8% share with a summit of 9,080,000 viewers during the "Pour que tu m'aimes encore" performance.[18] Dion also sang "Je ne vous oublie pas" on Au Nom des Autres on October 10, 2005 and on Hit Machine on October 15, 2005.[17] On November 5, 2005, she performed few songs on Les 500 Choristes Ensemble, including "Je ne vous oublie pas," "I Believe in You" with Il Divo, "S'il suffisait d'aimer," "Pour que tu m'aimes encore" and "L'envie" with Johnny Hallyday.[19][20] The show became the most watched television program of the French prime-time by attracting an average of 7,870,720 viewers and getting the 36,7 % share, setting a record for Les 500 Choristes Ensemble.[18] Some of Dion songs were featured on two of Les 500 Choristes albums: 500 Choristes Avec.../Vol.1 (2005) and 500 Choristes Avec.../Vol.2 (2006).[21] On December 25, 2005, she performed "I Believe in You" with Il Divo on Vivement Dimanche and on December 27, 2005, she sang "Je ne vous oublie pas" on Les Disques D'or. Later, on December 29, 2005, Dion performed three songs on the Symphonic Show, including "Je ne vous oublie pas," "I Believe in You" with Il Divo and "Le blues du businessman." Finally, the performance of "Tous les secrets" on Hit Machine, recorded in October 2005, was shown on April 1, 2006.

Singles

The first single, "Je ne vous oublie pas" was released on CD in France, Belgium and Switzerland on October 10, 2005, a week after the album. It included instrumental version of the song and "Sous le vent" recorded with Les 500 Choristes. The single debuted and peaked at number two, being held from the number-one position by Crazy Frog's hit, "Popcorn." "Je ne vous oublie pas" was certified Silver in France. The second single, "Tous les secrets" was featured in an animated movie, Asterix and the Vikings.[22][23][24] The music video with the fragments from the film premiered on February 27, 2006.[25] "Tous les secrets" CD single was issued in Francophone countries in Europe on March 13, 2006 and included English-language version of the song, titled "Let Your Heart Decide."[26][26] The music video for "Let Your Heart Decide" was also released.[26] Both versions of the song were featured on the film's soundtrack and the music videos were included on the Asterix and the Vikings DVD.[27][28] "Tous les secrets" reached number twenty in France. The third single, "I Believe in You" (duet with Il Divo) was released on a CD in France and Switzerland on May 1, 2005.[29] The single contained another Il Divo's track, "Hasta Mi Final." Both songs were included on Il Divo's album Ancora. The song reached number thirty in France and in June 2006, it was featured on the official 2006 FIFA World Cup album, called Voices from the FIFA World Cup.[30][31] "I Believe in You" was also released in January 2006 in the United States as a promotional single from Ancora and reached number thirty-one on the Billboard's Adult Contemporary chart.

Reception

Critical reception

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The album met with positive reviews. According to Rob Theakston from AllMusic, "On ne change pas is without no doubt a companion piece to 1999's All the Way... A Decade of Song. Dion amassed quite a back catalog of the French-language hits ranging from dance-pop-friendly numbers to her familiar ground of passionate, melodramatic ballads. For those unfamiliar with this portion of her career (or for those who don't speak French), getting past the roadblock of not being able to understand the subject material will lead to a greater, more holistic appreciation of the depth and prolific output of her career in such a short span...On the plus side therere are a few new tracks including her duet with Il Divo, "I Believe in You" (duet with Il Divo)."[32]

Commercial reception

In Canada, On ne change pas debuted at number two selling 34,000 copies.[33] It was kept from the top position by Nickelback's All the Right Reasons.[33] In the second week, the album stayed at number two, which became its peak position, with sales of 16,000 units.[34] In January 2006, On ne change pas was certified 3× Platinum in Canada for shipment of 300,000 copies.[35] It stayed at the top for seven consecutive weeks and became the best selling compilation album in France in 2005.[36] On ne change pas was certified 3× Platinum in France and has sold 610,578 copies there as of January 4, 2009.[37][38] The album also peaked at number one in Belgium Wallonia and number two in Switzerland and was certified Platinum in Belgium and Gold in Switzerland.[39][40][41]

Awards

In 2005, Dion received Chérie FM Star - Honorary Award. In 2006, she was nominated for two Félix Awards: Female Vocalist of the Year and Most Popular Song of the Year ("Je ne vous oublie pas").[42] Dion was also nominated for the NRJ Music Award for Francophone Female Artist of the Year.[43]

Track listing

North American edition

Available as two CDs in a jewel case (standard edition) and two CDs with bonus DVD in a digipak (collector's edition).

European / Japanese edition

Available as two CDs in a jewel case (standard edition) and two CDs with bonus DVD in a digipak (collector's edition).

Canadian / European L'intégrale edition

Available as three CDs with bonus DVD in a longbox.

Canadian / European one-disc edition

Available as one CD in a jewel case.

Charts

Certifications and sales

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France (SNEP)[59]

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Credits and personnel

  • Olivia Ada Seba – background vocals
  • F. Andresson – engineer, mix
  • R. Auclair – engineer's assistant
  • Jean-Philippe Audin – cello
  • J. Bengtsson – flute
  • M. Berntoft – guitars
  • Carl Björsell – guitars, engineer, background vocals
  • Thierry Blanchard – strings arranger
  • Nathalie Carlucci – viola
  • Herve Cavelier – violin
  • Marie-Céline Chroné – background vocals
  • H. Colau – background vocals
  • L. Colau – background vocals
  • Laurent Coppola – drums
  • Hélène Corbellari – violin
  • C. Dauphin – viola
  • G. Feuillette – background vocals
  • Humberto Gatica – engineer
  • Emmanuel Guerrero – piano, strings arranger
  • Patrick Hampartzoumian – producer, engineer, mix
  • Jean Marc Haroutiounian – bass
  • Nana Hedin – background vocals
  • Florence Hennequin – cello
  • Il Divo – lead vocals
  • U. & H. Janson – conductor
  • David Kreuger – producer, arranger, programming
  • François Lalonde – engineer's assistant
  • Kristian Lundin – producer, arranger, programming, mix, background vocals
  • Per Magnusson – producer, arranger, keyboards
  • S. Makasso – background vocals
  • Z. Makasso – background vocals
  • C. Maubourguet – violin
  • J. Mbida – background vocals
  • A. M. Rakotofiringa – background vocals
  • G. Seba – choral director
  • Michel L. Seba – background vocals
  • Stockholm Orchestra - orchestra
  • Didrik Thott – background vocals
  • Sebastian Thott – guitars, engineer
  • Jacques Veneruso – producer, guitars

Release history

Region Date Label Format Catalog
Europe[4][5] September 30, 2005 Columbia 2CD 82876726212
2CD/DVD 82876726222
United States[3] October 4, 2005 Epic 2CD E2K 97736
Canada[3] Columbia 2CD 82876726242
2CD/DVD 82876726252
Europe[61] November 18, 2005 3CD/DVD 82876740692
Canada[8] November 29, 2005 82876756772
Japan[62] February 1, 2006 Sony 2CD EICP-590~EICP-591
Europe[63] March 6, 2006 Columbia CD 828267877327
Canada[9] April 4, 2006 82876787732
Europe[11] November 23, 2009 3CD 88697550862

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