D'eux

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D'eux
Studio album by
ReleasedMarch 27, 1995 (1995-03-27)
(see release history)
RecordedNovember–December 1994
GenrePop
Length47:16
LabelSony Music, Columbia
ProducerErick Benzi, Jean-Jacques Goldman
Céline Dion chronology
'À l'Olympia
(1994)
D'eux 'Gold Vol. 1
(1995)
Singles from D'eux
  1. "Pour que tu m'aimes encore"
    Released: March 13, 1995
  2. "Je sais pas"
    Released: July 1995
  3. "Destin"
    Released: January 1996
  4. "Le ballet"
    Released: January 1996
  5. "J'irai où tu iras"
    Released: April 1996

D'eux (English: Of Them or About Them or From Them) is the 14th French album by Canadian singer Celine Dion.

Track listing[change | change source]

All tracks written by Jean-Jacques Goldman except where noted.

No. TitleWriter(s) Length
1. "Pour que tu m'aimes encore"    4:14
2. "Le ballet"    4:25
3. "Regarde-moi"    3:56
4. "Je sais pas"  Goldman, J Kapler 4:33
5. "La mémoire d'Abraham"    3:49
6. "Cherche encore"  Erick Benzi 3:24
7. "Destin"    4:15
8. "Les derniers seront les premiers"    3:32
9. "J'irai où tu iras" (with Jean-Jacques Goldman)  3:27
10. "J'attendais"    4:24
11. "Prière païenne"    4:12
12. "Vole"    2:58
15th Anniversary Edition bonus tracks
No. Title Length
13. "Pour que tu m'aimes encore" (demo version) 3:59
14. "Le ballet" (demo version) 2:57
15. "J'irai où tu iras" (with Jean-Jacques Goldman) (demo version) 2:06
16. "Vole" (instrumental) 2:54
17. "Pour que tu m'aimes encore" (instrumental) 4:19

Charts and certifications[change | change source]

Credits[change | change source]

  • Beckie Bell – Choir, Chorus
  • Eric Benzi – Arranger, Programming
  • Sylvain Beuf – Saxophone
  • Chistopher Deschamps – Drums
  • Arnaud Dunoyer de Segonzac – Piano
  • Celine Dion – Vocals
  • Carole Fredericks – Choir, Chorus
  • Claude Gassian – Photography
  • Humberto Gatica – Mixing
  • Jean-Jacques Goldman – Arranger
  • Emmanuel Goulet – Assistant Engineer
  • Yannick Hardouin – Bass
  • Neil Jason – Bass
  • Yvone Jones – Choir, Chorus
  • Denis Leloup – Trombone
  • Basil Leroux – Guitar
  • Vito Luprano – Executive Producer
  • Christian Martinez – Trumpet
  • Christophe Negre – Saxophone
  • Frédéric Perrinet – Assistant Engineer
  • Roland Romanelli – Piano
  • Antoine Russo – Trumpet
  • Patrice Tison – Guitar
  • Brian Vibberts – Assistant Engineer

Awards[change | change source]

Year Award show Award
1995 Félix Awards Pop/Rock Album of the Year – D'eux
1995 Félix Awards Most Popular Song of the Year – "Pour que tu m'aimes encore"
1995 Félix Awards Quebec Artist Achieving the Most Success Outside the Province of Quebec
1996 World Music Awards World’s Best Selling Canadian Recording Artist of the Year
1996 MIDEM Awards Award for Sales of Over 4 Million Units Worldwide for the Album – D'eux
1996 Juno Awards Best Selling Francophone Album of the Year – D'eux
1996 Juno Awards Best Selling Album of the Year – D'eux
1996 Félix Awards Best Selling Album of the Year – D'eux
1996 Félix Awards Female Artist of the Year
1996 Félix Awards Performance of the Year
1996 Félix Awards Quebec Artist Achieving the Most Success Outside the Province of Quebec
1996 Félix Awards Quebec Artist Achieving the Most Success in Any Language Other Than French
1996 Victoires de la Musique Best Francophone Artist
1996 Victoires de la Musique Best Song of the Year – "Pour que tu m'aimes encore"
1996 Trophée Radio France Internationale Conseil Francophone de la Chanson – "Pour que tu m'aimes encore"
1996 Medal of Arts and Letters From France’s Minister of Culture Recognizing Céline Dion's Status as the Best Selling French-language Artist in History

Release history[change | change source]

Region Date Label Format Catalog
France March 27, 1995 Sony Music, Columbia CD, LP, cassette 4802862
Canada March 28, 1995 80219
United States May 16, 1995 Epic 67107
United Kingdom October 2, 1995 Sony Music, Epic 4802862
Japan October 2, 1996 Sony Music Japan, Epic ESCA-6541
Europe November 18, 2009 Sony Music, Legacy CD/DVD 88697559222
Canada December 1, 2009

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