Isabelle Boulay - Etats D'Amour album
tats d'amour is francophone Canadian pop singer Isabelle Boulay's second studio album. It was released in Quebec in February 1998 and in France in November 1998, with a somewhat different sequence of tracks. Je t'oublierai, je t'oublierai" (Lyrics: Luc Plamondon, music: Richard Cocciante). Le banc des délaissés" (Zachary Richard). Les yeux au ciel" (Lyrics: Damien Ruzé, music: Jacques Romenski).
Discography: Isabelle Boulay. Etats D'amour (Remastered) (1998).
Isabelle Boulay - États d'amour. Artist: Isabelle Boulay. Album: États d'amour (1998). Translations: English, Finnish. De nuits d'amour en nuits d'ennui. J'ai dessiné des rêves fous. tat d'urgence, état d'amour. Crier, crier plus fort. Un ange m'a parlé de toi. Mais où est-il?
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Isabelle Boulay, CQ (born 6 July 1972) is a French Canadian singer. In 1996, Boulay released her debut album, Fallait pas, written and produced by Daniel DeShaime. She also participated again in Les FrancoFolies de Montréal. She began recording her second album, États d'amour, in 1997; it was released in Quebec February 1998 and sold well, being certified as gold by September. The album was released in France in November. In 1998 she was also nominated for four Félix Awards but failed to win any. In 1999, the single "Je t'oublierai, je t'oublierai" from États d'amour peaked at on the French charts