Johnny Hallyday's Final Album Sells More Than 600,000 Copies
 2018-10-25 04:32:42 ET by Jack Anderson

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The final album of the late French rocker Johnny Hallyday has already sold more than 600,000 copies in three days only. Released last Friday, October 19, the album, titled "Mon pays c'est l'amour" already broke multiple records (pun not intended) and continues to be sold out in many stores throughout Europe.

In order to celebrate the music of Johnny, all the albums of the rocker will be added to tvore.com in the coming months. Already, all his albums from the 2010's have been added:
- Jamais seul (2011),
- L'attente (2012),
- Rester vivant (2014),
- De l'amour (2015),
- Mon pays c'est l'amour (2018).

 Comments 4

By Gruic on 2018-10-25 06:15:44 ET

Very nice addition. We can like or hate his work, but it was always something on stage and he will always be a french legend.

By Jack Anderson on 2018-10-25 14:05:03 ET

Did you ever see him in a concert, Gruic?

By Gruic on 2018-10-25 18:35:58 ET

Nope, but my uncle did and we had a lot of live on television. That was really something.

By Jack Anderson on 2018-10-26 05:29:59 ET

I saw him just once in a stadium and that was the best concert I ever saw. "J'la croise tous les matins" live, that was something. Now that he passed away, I am really glad that I was able to see my "idol" :)


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