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Quand tout Recommence
Quand tout Recommence by Tina Arena.jpg
Studio album by
Released6 April 2018
StudioDe La Grande Armée, La Perruche; Paris, France
Genre Pop
Label Play Two
  • Valentin Marceau
  • Fred Savio
Tina Arena chronology
Greatest Hits & Interpretations
Quand tout Recommence
Singles from Quand tout Recommence
  1. "Tant que tu es là"
    Released: 17 November 2017
  2. "L'ombre de ma voix"
    Released: 16 February 2018 [1]

Quand tout Recommence is the third French and twelfth overall studio album by Australian singer and songwriter Tina Arena, which was released on 6 April 2018, in France. [2] [3]


The album title, Quand tout Recommence translates to mean When Everything Restarts in English. [4] Arena has stated that when she records in the French language, she is careful not to record French versions of her English language hits, as the meaning of the lyrics differ between languages. Arena notes that too often the intention of the song gets "lost in translation", therefore she has always chosen to write in both languages. [5]

Track listing

1."Regarde"Frédéric Volovitch3:00
2."La Riviera"
  • Delta
  • François Welgryn
3."L'ombre de ma voix"
  • Keren Rose
  • Régis Ceccarelli
4."Toi blessé"Antoine Elie3:44
5."I Was Here"
6."Las Vegas"3:35
7."Tant que tu es là"
8."Les balles à blanc"
  • Pierre Riess
  • Lanty
9."Quand tout Recommence"
10."L'empire des lumières"
  • Delta
  • Welgryn
  • Delta
  • Welgryn


Chart (2018)Peak
Belgian Albums (Ultratop Wallonia) [6] 46
French Albums (SNEP) [7] 62

Release history

France6 April 2018Play Two0190295667221

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