Albums certified platinum by the Belgian Entertainment Association

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  1. 1 Fille & 4 Types

    1 Fille & 4 Types (2003)


    1 fille & 4 types (meaning 1 Girl & 4 Guys) is the French-language album by Canadian singer Celine Dion, released by Columbia Records on October 13, 2003. It is her first new French studio album since 1998's S'il suffisait d'aimer. 1 fille & 4 types features thirteen songs written and arranged by Jean-Jacques Goldman, Erick Benzi, Jacques Veneruso and Gildas Arzel, and produced by Benzi. The first single from the album, "Tout l'or des hommes" reached top ten in all Francophone countries, including number one in Quebec and number three in France. It was followed by "Et je t'aime encore" and "Contre nature."

  2. 19

    19 (2008)


    19 is the debut album by English singer-songwriter Adele. It was released on 28 January 2008, the week after the lead single, "Chasing Pavements", was physically released. It debuted at number one on the UK charts on its first week. Included is a cover of the Bob Dylan song "Make You Feel My Love".

  3. A Curious Thing

    A Curious Thing (2010)


    A Curious Thing is the second album by Scottish singer-songwriter Amy Macdonald, and was released on 8 March 2010. The album's lead single, "Don't Tell Me That It's Over" (containing "Young lovers" as b-side), was released on 1 March 2010. The album was confirmed for release in late 2009, and the album's title and track listing was confirmed in January 2010.

  4. À La Poursuite Du Bonheur

    À La Poursuite Du Bonheur (2012)


    À la poursuite du bonheur (meaning In pursuit of happiness) is the fifth studio album by French singer M. Pokora, released on March 19, 2012. The album sees Matt working with previous producers such as The Bionix, GEE Futurisc, but with a range of new producers, such as Matthieu Mendes Corneille, Asdove and more, creating a more relaxed, pop music, instead of the dance-oriented and urban tracks from his previous albums. The lead single "Juste un instant" was released on January 30, 2012. The song "On est là" was the second single, while "Merci D'être" was the third single. The album sold 69.000 copies, within three weeks of release. It was certified Platinum and has sold 140.000 copies, so far. The album will be re-released and it will feature 2 new songs, one of them is a duet with French recording artist Tal.

  5. Amarantine

    Amarantine (2005)


    Amarantine is an album by Irish musician Enya. The album was released on 22 November 2005. It won the Grammy Award for Best New Age Album for 2007 and is the third top selling new age album of the 2000s in the US, according to Nielsen SoundScan. The release date was announced by Roma Ryan on 23 September 2005, at the official Enya forum. It was subsequently leaked to the Internet on 11 November 2005.

  6. And Winter Came...

    And Winter Came... (2008)


    And Winter Came... is the seventh studio album from Irish musician Enya. The album was announced by Enya via her official site on September 12, 2008, and was released on November 7, 2008. The songs on the album primarily have a Christmas or winter theme. Since its release, the album has sold more than 3 million copies.

  7. Believe

    Believe (2005)


    Believe is the twenty-second studio album by American singer-actress Cher, first released on October 22, 1998 by Wea Records and distributed in North America by Warner Bros. Records. Following the failure of her previous studio album It's a Man's World, her record company encouraged her to return to the studio to pursue a new musical direction. Recording took place over the summer at the Dreamhouse Studios in London and the Soundworks Studios in New York under the guidance of English producers Mark Taylor and Brian Rawling. The album was dedicated to her ex-husband Sonny Bono, who died earlier that year.

  8. Born This Way

    Born This Way (2011)


    Born This Way is the second studio album by American singer-songwriter Lady Gaga, released on May 23, 2011, by Interscope Records. The album is a follow-up to her internationally-successful albums The Fame (2008) and The Fame Monster (2009). As co-producer of every track on the album, Gaga collaborated with numerous producers, including RedOne and Fernando Garibay, with whom she had previously worked, and newcomers such as DJ Snake, DJ White Shadow, Jeppe Laursen, Robert John "Mutt" Lange and Clinton Sparks. She also included artists like E Street Band saxophonist Clarence Clemons and Queen guitarist Brian May on tracks from the album.

  9. Born to Die

    Born to Die (2012)


    Born to Die is the second studio album by American singer-songwriter Lana Del Rey. It was released on January 27, 2012 by Interscope Records, Polydor Records, and Stranger Records. Del Rey collaborated with producers including Patrik Berger, Jeff Bhasker, Chris Braide, Emile Haynie, Justin Parker, Rick Nowels, Robopop, and Al Shux to achieve her desired sound. Their efforts resulted in a primarily baroque pop record, which sees additional influences from alternative hip hop and trip hop music. Contemporary music critics were divided in their opinions of Born to Die; some commended its distinctive production, while its repetitiveness and melodramatic tendencies were a recurring complaint. The record debuted at number two on the U.S. Billboard 200 with first-week sales of 77,000 copies; it was later certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) after moving one million units. Born to Die reached the peak position on eleven international record charts, and has sold more than four million copies worldwide as of July 2014. Combined with the Paradise edition, total sales of the repackaged album exceed five million copies.

  10. Breakaway

    Breakaway (2005)


    Breakaway is the second studio album by American singer Kelly Clarkson, released on November 30, 2004, by RCA Records. The album is a follow-up to her successful debut album, Thankful (2003). Executive produced by Clive Davis, Breakaway sees Clarkson collaborating with various producers and songwriters for the first time, primarily Dr. Luke, Max Martin, Avril Lavigne, Kara DioGuardi, Ben Moody, and David Hodges; the latter two are former members of American rock band Evanescence. Despite the established commercial success of Thankful, music critics still continued to typecast Clarkson as an American Idol winner and were also critical of her attempts of establishing a commercial appeal on her own. Wanting to stray from those, she was convinced by Davis to work with Dr. Luke and Martin in Stockholm, and with Moody and Hodges in Los Angeles, in pursuit of a pop rock direction. This also led her to part ways with her manager Simon Fuller and hire the management services of Jeff Kwatinetz before the album's release. Breakaway is predominately a pop rock album with elements of rock and soul music, marking a departure from the R&B-oriented sound of Thankful; its lyrics explore themes of heartbreak, love, and escapism.

  11. Britney

    Britney (2001)


    Britney is the self-titled third studio album by American recording artist Britney Spears. It was released on November 5, 2001 by Jive Records. Looking to transition from the teen pop styles of her earlier albums ...Baby One More Time (1999) and Oops!... I Did It Again (2000), Spears began to embrace a maturer sound with her next studio effort. Its music incorporates elements of pop with dance-pop and R&B influences and occasionally dips into other genres as well like hip hop and rock; its lyrics address the subjects of reaching adulthood and sexuality. Contributions to its production came from a variety of collaborators, including Max Martin and Rami Yacoub. Spears herself assumed a more prominent role in the album's development, co-writing five of its tracks.

  12. Brotherhood

    Brotherhood (1996)


    Brotherhood is the first studio album by American R&B group 3T.

  13. Californication

    Californication (2006)


    Californication is the seventh studio album by American rock band Red Hot Chili Peppers. It was released on June 8, 1999, on Warner Bros. Records and was produced by Rick Rubin. Californication marked the return of John Frusciante, who had previously appeared on Mother's Milk and Blood Sugar Sex Magik, to replace Dave Navarro as the band's guitarist. Frusciante's return was credited with changing the band's sound altogether, producing a notable shift in style from the music recorded with Navarro. The album's subject material incorporated various sexual innuendos commonly associated with the band, but also contained more varied themes than previous outings, including lust, death, contemplations of suicide, California, drugs, globalization, and travel.

  14. Confessions on a Dance Floor

    Confessions on a Dance Floor (2005)


    Confessions on a Dance Floor is the tenth studio album by American singer-songwriter Madonna. It was released on November 11, 2005 by Warner Bros. Records. A complete departure from her previous studio album American Life (2003), the album includes influences of 1970s and 1980s disco, as well as modern-day club music. Initially, she began working with Mirwais Ahmadzaï for the album, but later felt that their collaboration was not going in the direction she desired. Madonna took her collaboration with Stuart Price who was overviewing her documentary I'm Going to Tell You a Secret. The album was mainly recorded at Price's home-studio where Madonna spent most of her time during the recordings.

  15. Crush

    Crush (2000)


    Crush is the seventh studio album by American rock band Bon Jovi, released on June 13, 2000 through Island Records the album was produced by Luke Ebbin, Jon Bon Jovi and Richie Sambora.

  16. Death Magnetic

    Death Magnetic (2011)


    Death Magnetic is the ninth studio album by American heavy metal band Metallica, released on September 12, 2008 through Warner Bros. Records. It was the band's first album to be produced by Rick Rubin, making this their first album since 1988's ...And Justice For All not to be produced by Bob Rock. The album received mostly positive reviews upon release, with critics describing it as a return to the musical style of their early albums. Death Magnetic is the band's first album to feature bassist Robert Trujillo.

  17. Freak Of Nature

    Freak Of Nature (2002)


    Freak of Nature is the second studio album by American recording artist Anastacia, released on November 23, 2001 by Epic Records. The album was primarily produced by Ric Wake, Sam Watters, and Louis Biancaniello, with additional production from Richie Jones. The album debuted and peaked at number twenty-seven on the US Billboard 200, while reaching number four in the United Kingdom and number one in Belgium, Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, and Switzerland. Freak of Nature has sold over 4.5 million copies worldwide.

  18. Funhouse

    Funhouse (2008)


    Funhouse is the fifth studio album by American singer-songwriter Pink, released by LaFace Records worldwide in October 24, 2008. The album debuted at number two on the Billboard 200 chart, selling 180,000 copies in its first week and reached number one on the charts in six countries including Australia, New Zealand, Netherlands and the United Kingdom. Funhouse has sold over six million copies worldwide.

  19. Going Back

    Going Back (2010)


    Going Back is the eighth and final studio album by Phil Collins. It was released on 13 September 2010 in the United Kingdom and 28 September 2010 in the United States, and features covers of 60s Motown & Soul standards. It also was his first full solo release in eight years, Collins having primarily concentrated on soundtracks, compilations, and his extensive touring as a solo artist and with Genesis.

  20. I Am... Sasha Fierce

    I Am... Sasha Fierce (2008)


    I Am... Sasha Fierce is the third studio album by American recording artist Beyoncé. It was released on November 15, 2008, by Music World Entertainment and Columbia Records. In its initial release, the album was formatted as a dual disc, intending to market Beyoncé's contrasting facets of artistry. The first disc, I Am..., contains slow and midtempo pop and R&B ballads, while the second, Sasha Fierce (named after Beyoncé's on-stage alter ego), focuses on more uptempo beats that blend electropop and Europop genres. In composing the songs' lyrics, Beyoncé worked with many writers, with each session accompanied by live orchestration.

  21. Invincible



    Invincible is the second studio album released by English boy band Five. The album was released in the United Kingdom by RCA Records on 8 November 1999, and was later released in the United States on 16 May 2000. Four singles were released from Invincible, including the UK chart-toppers "Keep on Movin'" and "We Will Rock You". The album was executively produced by Simon Cowell and Richard "Biff" Stannard.

  22. It's Not Me, It's You

    It's Not Me, It's You (2009)


    It's Not Me, It's You is the second studio album by English recording artist Lily Allen, released on 4 February 2009 by Regal Recordings and Parlophone. The album was conceived in 2008 with Allen noting a shift in musical style moving away from ska and reggae influences from her debut album, Alright, Still (2006), to an electropop feel with elements of jazz and country. The album was produced and co-written by Greg Kurstin, with whom Allen had previously worked with on Alright, Still.

  23. It's Time

    It's Time (2005)


    It's Time is the fourth studio album, and second major label studio album, released by Canadian singer Michael Bublé. The album was released by 143 Records and Reprise Records on February 8, 2005.

  24. J Lo

    J Lo (2001)


    J.Lo is the second studio album by American singer Jennifer Lopez. It was released on January 16, 2001, by Epic Records. The follow-up to her commercially successful debut On the 6 (1999), Lopez had more creative control over J.Lo, which was aptly titled by the nickname her fans gave her. She described it as a homage to her fans in appreciation of their support. In mid-2000, Lopez began recording the album under its working title The Passionate Journey, using more of her own personal experiences as inspiration for its lyrics. Unlike On the 6, the album was predominantly pop and R&B music, with Latin influences. Musically, it also included 80's inspired retro pop and R&B, dance-pop, Latin pop and ballads. For the album, Lopez worked with Cory Rooney, Troy Oliver, Dan Shea and her boyfriend at the time Sean Combs, who all contributed to her debut effort.

  25. Keep You Close

    Keep You Close (2012)

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    Keep You Close is the sixth studio album by Belgian indie rock band dEUS. It was released in Belgium on 17 September 2011, in mainland Europe on 19 September and in the United Kingdom on 3 October. On its first day of release, the album was certified gold in Belgium for sales of 10,000 copies. It was eventually certified platinum on 7 October 2011, denoting sales in excess of 20,000 copies.

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