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He has already sold more than a million copies of Johnny Hallyday's posthumous album



Three weeks after it was released, My country is love crossed the symbolic stack, according to information from BFMTV, winning double diamond certification. The CD player's CD continues its power after making the best start of sales in history in France.

It was expected to be the year's record. It might be so My country is love even be it of the century! Yes, the 51th album Johnny Hallyday pulverizes all records. On Saturday, Warner Music France, the record label for the former youth worship, announced that it has exceeded one million copies, reports BFMTV. In just three weeks he becomes a double diamond disc.

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For the last ten years, only Stromae had crossed the symbolic plateau, which floats 1,154,000 copies of his album Square root in 2013 (to cross the symbolic pile of 2 million copies two years later).

The Taulier CD, which had best started the sale in history in France, one week after it was released, hit the previous record that Johnny Hallyday already featured with To life, to death (2002), continues with its enormous speed.

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Sébastien Farran, chief of the singer, had been stunned by these dizzying sales records. "There is only one person who could achieve this achievement," he told RTL two weeks ago. Only one person with a 60-year career who has touched six generations who have found right now and who still can identify with him. "

Sales of My country is love should not stop there, add our colleagues who anticipate a nice end of the year to Johnny's posthumous album, at least until the Christmas season. During his 57-year career, the number of copies sold by the French Elvis is estimated to be between 60 and 110 million.

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