On ne change pas

October 4, 2005 | Format: MP3

$16.99
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3:35
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2:44
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4:12
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3:34
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3:30
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2:58
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4:32
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4:07
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3:25
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3:26
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4:13
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3:55
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3:31
30
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2:55
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2:56
30
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3:49
30
17
4:01
Disc 2
30
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4:13
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4:39
30
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4:09
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4:29
30
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4:36
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4:18
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3:54
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3:16
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3:58
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2:59
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2:56
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4:13
30
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3:42
30
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3:10
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4:11
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3:06
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3:42
30
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3:47
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3:50
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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: October 4, 2005
  • Release Date: October 4, 2005
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Epic
  • Record Company Required Metadata: Music file metadata contains unique purchase identifier. Learn more.
  • Total Length: 2:14:31
  • Genres:
  • ASIN: B0013D6SWW
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (59 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,083 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

This CD may not play in car and home stereo CD players.
R. Johnson
I love the French language and I love to hear her sing in French.
Robbie S.
This cd is a must have for fans and people who love french music.
S. De Waard

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

56 of 63 people found the following review helpful By M. Dion on November 3, 2005
Sony BMG Music Entertainment and its partner, UK-based First 4 Internet have developed a software copy protection using a rootkit. Attempting to play their copy protected CD's from a computers CD-ROM or DVD drive installs software automatically. The software is hidden, and cannot be uninstalled without going to the Sony site to download a patch. It's not yet been verified that the software is completely removed even after the upgrade. I suggest you check some of the online resources about this issue.

"A firestorm quickly erupted over what appeared to be an attempt by the music company to retain control over its intellectual property by secretly installing hidden software on the PCs of unsuspecting customers.

Making matters worse, Sony did not disclose exactly what it was doing in its license agreement, Russinovich said. It only mentions that proprietary software to enable copy protection would be installed. The software affects only PCs running the Windows operating system.

"The (license) makes no mention that it's going to install something that's going to be hidden from view, that will constantly consume CPU resources even if I'm not listening to music and it will have no uninstall capability," he said."

AP 11:37 a.m. ET Nov. 3, 2005 as reported on MSNBC.

Too bad, I really like Celine's music. But I can't bring myself to do business with a company that intentionally installs software that uses resources even when you aren't listening to music, hids from the system, and cannot currently be uninstalled without jeopardizing the functionality of my PC.
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50 of 57 people found the following review helpful By Robert H. Lund on October 20, 2005
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After spending $22.00 for a CD with only 3 new songs and then finding out that the cd is "hidden" from the computer, I was very disappointed. The only use for this cd is in a cd player maybe, if the cd player can recognize the files!!!!

So if you want to use your i-pod, save your money and by something else!!
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By blackbull on October 6, 2005
Celine's needed to put this hits collection together for a long time because she's been in this business for about 25 years, and she's never put out any compilation with all of her French material from when she was a teen to this point. The majority of her hits compilations are either mainly English or just all French songs that she recorded in her teen years (in which many of those songs never really charted). For the first time, she released an album with all the French hits from every French album she's made with no filler. Some of you people are waisting your time giving these horrible reviews, and don't rate so harshly just because of the cd format. Yeah copy-protecting cds blows, but still it's nice to finally have a cd collection of all the French music from "Ce N'était Qu'un Reve" to "Ziggy" to "Tout L'or Des Hommes" to let us know that Celine has never forgotten where she comes from.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By JM on November 13, 2005
Thanks Sony on behalf of all virus writers. Don't play any of the 20 DRM CDs in your computer or you will likely be infected. Amazon should not still be selling this CD given that is known to cause viruses when played on a PC.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Phillip Roncoroni VINE VOICE on November 12, 2005
As many people may know by now, Sony was recently caught with egg on their face when a security specialist found out that a recently purchased CD (Van Zant: Get Right With The Man) from Sony music not only installed DRM software (digital rights management, to limit and outright prevent copying music to certain devices), but it did so in such a sneaky way that it hid itself entirely from Windows, and opened the system up to security issues such as viruses.

This CD has the same copyright protection, called XCP. When installed, Sony hijacks your computer and installs custom software which:

1) Hides itself entirely from Windows by installing as a rootkit

2) Hides itself in such a manner that any files begining with $sys$ are also hidden. For example, if you install the XCP copy protection software on your machine, and rename "document.doc" to "$sys$document.doc" it then becomes invivisble to you forever.

3) Installs its own custom CD-Rom drivers to hijack your system. It also sneakily names these drivers "Plug and Play Device Manager" to seem as if it's a part of Windows. Trying to delete these drivers manually will disable your CD-Rom drive entirely.

4) Offers no uninstall option until you manually contact Sony

As of my writing this review, Sony has "apologized" for this incident, and claims they will "re-evaluate" this copyright protection software on their CDs in the future.

In the meantime, a virus is currently running wild, which names itself begining with $sys$ in an attempt to hide from the user and virus scanners.

Several class action lawsuits are also pending against Sony right now.

In summary, as you can tell from above, Sony's actions here are absolutely horrible. This is your music.
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By John Carey on November 2, 2005
Great album. Just keep in mind the CD is copy-protected and as such may not be compatible with computer CD-ROM players, DVD players, game consoles, or car CD stereos. I know for a fact it does not play in my car stereo. Buyer beware.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Michael on November 11, 2005
I love Celine's music, but I was so disappointed to discover that this is yet another victim of Sony's Virus promoting software XCP. I am anxious to play and ripp this on my PC, but because of SONY's root-kit software, I dare not risk it. For all Celine fans, I suggest you make your voice heard too. Sony's decision to install this software without your knowledge, hide it and make it difficult if not impossible to remove, is unethical and probably illegal (such as in California). Hopefully, Celine & other artists who are victims of Sony's actions will be able to put preasure on Sony to release a clean CD devoid of this horrible software.
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