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Kabaret

Kabaret
Studio album by Patricia Kaas
Released 2008
Genre Chanson, Jazz
Length 46:00
Label Columbia, Sony
Producer Patricia Kaas
Patricia Kaas chronology
Sexe fort
(2003)
Kabaret
(2008)
French version cover of Kabaret
Singles from Kabaret
  1. "Et s'il fallait le faire"
    Released: 2009
  2. "Kabaret"
    Released: 2009

Kabaret ist the eighth studio album by French singer Patricia Kaas. It was first released digitally on December 15, 2008. The physical release followed in Switzerland, Belgium, Germany and Russia on February 6, 2009, and in a double CD edition in France on March 30, 2009.
Kabaret, written with a K, like Kaas and the German expression Kabarett, is a tribute to the 1930 decade, the sparkling entertainers like Greta Garbo, Suzy Solidor, Martha Graham and others.
The song Une derniére fois was written by Kaas, and is therefore her first ever solo written song.
With all-time partner Fred Helbert, Kaas arranged the songs Le jour se lève, Et s’il fallait le faire and Falling In Love Again.

Track listing

German version
1. "Addicte aux héroïnes"
2:16
2. "Das Glück kennt nur Minuten"
3:40
3. "Le jour se lève"
4:38
4. "Une dernière fois"
4:34
5. "Kabaret"
4:02
6. "Wo sind die Clowns”
3:27
7. "Falling In Love Again"
3:19
8. "Pigalle (Interlude)"
2:57
9. "Alone"
3:36
10. "Je t’aime encore"
4:58
11. "Et s’il fallait le faire"
3:47
12. "Mon piano rouge"
4:31
13. "September Song"
5:32
14. "Hard Work"
          
International version
1. "Addicte aux héroïnes"
2:16
2. "La chance jamais ne dure"
3:40
3. "Le jour se lève"
4:38
4. "Une dernière fois"
4:34
5. "Kabaret"
4:02
6. "Faites entrer les clowns”
3:29
7. "Falling In Love Again"
3:19
8. "Pigalle (Interlude)"
2:57
9. "Alone"
3:36
10. "Still In Love"
4:58
11. "Et s’il fallait le faire"
3:47
12. "Mon piano rouge"
4:31
13. "September Song"
5:32
Russian version
1. "Addicte aux héroïnes"
2:16
2. "La chance jamais ne dure"
3:40
3. "Le jour se lève"
4:38
4. "Une dernière fois"
4:34
5. "Kabaret"
4:02
6. "Faites entrer les clowns”
3:29
7. "Falling In Love Again"
3:19
8. "Pigalle (Interlude)"
2:57
9. "Solo"
3:38
10. "Je t’aime encore"
4:58
11. "Et s’il fallait le faire"
3:47
12. "Mon piano rouge"
4:31
13. "Mne Nravitsya" (Мне Нравится)
3:34
          
French version, En studio
1. "Addicte aux héroïnes"
2:16
2. "La chance jamais ne dure"
3:40
3. "Le jour se lève"
4:38
4. "Une dernière fois"
4:34
5. "Kabaret"
4:02
6. "Faites entrer les clowns”
3:29
7. "Falling In Love Again"
3:19
8. "Pigalle (Interlude)"
2:57
9. "Solo"
3:38
10. "Je t’aime encore"
4:58
11. "Et s’il fallait le faire"
3:47
12. "Mon piano rouge"
4:31
Sur scène
1. "K-Thème"
2:58
2. "Mon mec à moi"
4:23
3. "Les homes qui passent"
4:45
4. "Kabaret"
4:11
5. "Pigalle (Interlude)"
5:26
6. "Falling In Love Again”
3:52
7. "D’Allemagne"
5:22
8. "Une fille de l’Est"
4:38
9. "Solo"
5:29
10. "La chance jamais ne dure"
3:49
11. "Il me dit que je suis belle"
5:10
12. "Elle voulait jouer cabaret"
5:07
13. "Mademoiselle chante le blues"
8:17
14. "K-Interlude"
2:50
15. "Entrer dans la lumière"
4:17
16. "Et s’il fallait le faire"
5:06

Certifications and sales

Country Peak Position Certification Date
Belgium (Flanders) 38[1] - 2009
Belgium (Wallonia) 04[2] - 2009
Finland 07[3] - 2009
France 15[4] Gold[5] 2009
Germany 32[6] - 2009
Greece 07[7] - 2010
Russia 15 Gold [8] 2009
Switzerland 03[9] - 2009

References

  1. ^ ultratop.be Flanders Album Charts
  2. ^ ultratop.be Wallonia Album Charts
  3. ^ finnishcharts.com Finnish Album Charts
  4. ^ lescharts.com French Album Charts
  5. ^ concertlive.fr
  6. ^ musicline.de Chartverfolgung Deutsche Albenhitparade
  7. ^ greekcharts.com Greek Album Charts
  8. ^ 2m-online.ru
  9. ^ hitparade.ch Swiss Album Charts
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