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Singles by Etienne Daho

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Release Date: 1998-11

Label: Virgin

(P) & (C) 1998 Virgin France SA. Made in E.U.
Diffusion exclusive Virgin France S.A.

Track 1, "Ideal", originally released 9 November 1998. Satori Song 1998 / D.R.
Track 2, "Le Premier Jour (Du Reste De Ta Vie)", originally released 6 March 1998. It is a French version of the Sarah Cracknell song "Ready Or Not". Satori Song / Momentum 1998.
Track 3, "Sur Mon Cou", originally released 9 November 1998. It's an unreleased track from 'Bienvenue À La Maison'. Extract of Jean Genet's "Le Condamné A Mort". Marc Barbezat - Gallimard / D.R. 1963.
Track 4, "Au Commencement", originally released 19 November 1996. Track from the album Eden 1996. Satori Song / Windswept Pacific 1996.
Track 5, "Soudain", originally released 31 October 1997. Track from the album Eden 1996. Satori Song 1996.
Track 6, "Jungle Pulse", originally released 29 May 1995. Track from the mini album Reserection. It is a French version of the Saint Etienne song "Filthy". Originally released as St. Etienne Daho which is not mentioned on the release. Allo Music - Satori Song / Warner Chappell 1995.
Track 7, "Mon Manège À Moi", originally released 16 November 1993. It is a cover of Edith Piaf's classic. Meridian 1956.
Track 8, "Comme Un Igloo", originally released 16 November 1993. Track from the album Paris Ailleurs 1991. Satori Song 1991.
Track 9, "Comme Un Igloo", originally released 22 November 1992. Track from the album Paris Ailleurs 1991. Satori Song 1991.
Track 10, "Des Attractions Désastre", originally released 21 April 1992. Track from the album Paris Ailleurs 1991. Satori Song 1991.
Track 11, "Saudade", originally released 1 November 1991. Track from the album Paris Ailleurs 1991. Satori Song 1991.
Track 12, "Un Homme À La Mer", originally released 18 May 1993. Track from the album Paris Ailleurs 1991 and from the Bertrand Fevre movie 'Tant Pis Pour L'Idaho'. Satori Song 1991.
Track 13, "Des Heures Hindoues", originally released 1 October 1988. Track from the album Pour Nos Vies Martiennes 1988. Satori Song / MMA 1988.
Track 14, "Bleu Comme Toi", originally released 1 May 1988. Track from the album Pour Nos Vies Martiennes 1988. Satori Song 1988.
Track 15, "Duel Au Soleil", originally released 1 October 1986. Track from the album Pop Satori 1986. Satori Song / Lonely Boppa 1986.
Track 16, "Epaule Tattoo", originally released 1 May 1986. Track from the album Pop Satori 1986. Satori Song / Lonely Boppa 1986.
Track 17, "Tombé Pour La France", originally released 1 May 1985. Track from the album Pop Satori 1986. Satori Song / Lonely Boppa 1985.
Track 18, "Week End A Rome", originally released 1 March 1984. It is the original version of "He's On The Phone" as covered by Saint Etienne with Etienne Daho. Track from album La Notte, La Notte 1984. Satori Song 1984.
Track 19, "Le Grand Sommeil", originally released 9 December 1992. Track from album La Notte, La Notte 1984. Satori Song 1982.
Track 20, "Il Ne Dira Pas", originally released 9 December 1981. Track from album Mythomane 1981. Satori Song 1981.

Copies exported to Canada have an "Imported by / Importé par EMI Music Canada 3109 American Drive Mississauga, Ontario L4V 1B2" shrinkwrap sticker.



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