A million and a half. This is the number of copies of My Country it is the love published by Warner Music in total. The record company announced the placing on the market of 700,000 new copies, after selling a phenomenal close to 800,000 copies originally planned. Figures that give the dizziness.

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“I thought it was going to be of importance, I do not think that it would be mind-blowing,” said Sébastien Farran, the last manager of Johnny Hallyday at the microphone of RTL in the journal of 19h. “We expected a big start, after if I had the gift of vision we could have made a more important place,” said the producer of 47 years.

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“It is a week-obviously a little euphoric, and at the same time so disappointed that it is not there to see him, more now it’s passed as being the highest score worldwide this year, has added Sébastien Farran, very complimentary toward his former client. There is only one person who was able to achieve this feat actually… One person who has a career of 60 years, which has affected 6 generations who were at that time and that still manage to identify with him.”

“there is only one person who was able to achieve this feat actually… One person who has a career of 60 years, which has affected 6 generations”,

Sébastien Farran RTL

The last manager of Johnny set to the tune of Thierry Chassagne. “It is an absolute record in the history of the French record”, said the president of Warner Music taking knowledge of sales figures.

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This acclaimed debut My Country it is the love assured her of the title “album of the year”. Perhaps even the century, moreover, because it is necessary to go back to 2002 to find a disk having made an almost equally good start. The record was held by none other than… Johnny Hallyday! It was indeed the CD, To the life, death , the 43rd album from the idol of young people.