Johnny Hallyday remains even after his death, rock

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“Mon pays c’est l’amour”, the posthumous album from Johnny Hallyday, is on one week time 780.000 times about the French counters gone. That is a “historical” record, as reported today record company Warner.

“That is the best start for an album in the French music history”, beating Thierry Chassagne, CEO of Warner Musique France, in a press release.

Halliday breaks the record, his own record: in 2002, another album of the late French-Belgian oerrocker the week after his release 305.634 time bought.

The day of his release was ‘Mon Pays c’est l’amour” all 300,000 sold; and after three days the counter on a half million – making the album “diamonds” has become.

“Mon pays c’est l’amour” is the 51st album of Johnny, and perhaps his biggest commercial success, especially because the platenverkoop in France in the pre-christmas period is traditionally very good burps. Itself Hallyday no more of that success: he died in december last year at the age of 74.

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