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One Heart

One Heart is an album by Canadian singer Céline Dion, released on March 24 2003. It's her 10th English album and 29th in total.

Album information

The release of this album marked the beginning of A New Day..., Dion's five year concert arrangement in the Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.

"I Drove All Night" was chosen as the leadoff single. The original cover version of this song was recorded by Cyndi Lauper in 1989. A version by Roy Orbison, of whom the song was originally aimed, was aired in 1992. Dion's recording became a hit, reaching number 1 in Canada, Belgium and Sweden.

Although "Have You Ever Been in Love" was already featured on Dion's previous album A New Day Has Come, it was released as the second single from One Heart in the United States and third in selected countries. The title track promoted the album as the second single outside the United States. There were also two radio releases at the end of 2003: "Stand by Your Side" (United States) and "Faith" (Canada).

A song called "Reveal" was written by Cathy Dennis who also wrote "Toxic" for Britney Spears and "Can't Get You out of My Head" for Kylie Minogue among others. "Sorry for Love (2003 version)" was actually an original version of the song. The dance version was released a year earlier, on A New Day Has Come. Already available on the A New Day Has Come 2002 special limited edition, "Coulda Woulda Shoulda" was included also here. The last track on the album, called "Je t'aime encore" was recorded also in French and included on Céline Dion's next album 1 fille & 4 types.

In the United States, "I Drove All Night," "Have You Ever Been in Love," "One Heart," and "Love Is All We Need" were used, from 2003 to 2004, in an advertising campaign for DaimlerChrysler.

Thanks to One Heart Céline Dion won an American Music Award for Favorite Artist in the Adult Contemporary category, in November 2003.

In June 2004, a bonus DVD called One Year... One Heart was incuded on some editions of A New Day... Live in Las Vegas, containing the recording of "I Drove All Night" and "Have You Ever Been in Love," and the making of "One Heart" music video among other features.

Chart success

The IFPI revealed that One Heart was the 10th best selling album around the world in 2003. It sold 5 million copies in total.

The album sold 431,657 copies in the United States during the first week. It opened at number 2 and went down to number 4 the following week. To date, One Heart sold 2 millions copies (2x platinum certification) in the United States. In Canada, the album debuted at number 1 with 97,000 copies sold, Dion's eight number 1 album in her native country, but went down to number 2 the following week with 37,000 sold. It remained thirty-four weeks on the chart and was certified 3x platinum for more than 300,000 copies sold.

In France, One Heart debuted at number 1, Dion's tenth number 1 album there, and remained two weeks at the top and twenty-nine weeks on the chart, and was certified platinum for more than 300,000 copies sold. The album also reached number for two weeks in Belgium (platinum) and Denmark (platinum), and one week in Switzerland (platinum), Greece (gold) and Estonie.

Track listing

  1. "I Drove All Night" (Billy Steinberg, Tom Kelly) – 4:00
  2. "Love Is All We Need" (Max Martin, Rami) – 3:50
  3. "Faith" (Martin, Rami) – 3:43
  4. "In His Touch" (Martin, Rami) – 3:54
  5. "One Heart" (John Shanks, Kara DioGuardi) – 3:24
  6. "Stand by Your Side" (Paul Berry, Mark Taylor) – 3:33
  7. "Naked" (Anders Bagge, Peer Astrom, Troy Verges) – 3:40
  8. "Sorry for Love" (2003 version) (DioGuardi, Bagge, Astrom, Arnthor Birgisson) – 4:27
  9. "Have You Ever Been in Love" (Bagge, Astrom, Thomas Nichols, Daryl Hall, Laila Bagge) – 4:08
  10. "Reveal" (Cathy Dennis, Greg Wells) – 4:11
  11. "Coulda Woulda Shoulda" (Kristian Lundin, Andreas Carlsson) – 3:27
  12. "Forget Me Not" (Guy Roche, Shelly Peiken) – 4:07
  13. "I Know What Love Is" (Ric Wake, Arnie Roman) – 4:29
  14. "Je t'aime encore" (Jean-Jacques Goldman, J. Kapler) – 3:24

Chart performance

Chart Peak
Certification Sales/shipments
Argentinian Albums Chart 2
Australian Albums Chart 6 Platinum 70,000
Austrian Albums Chart 5 Gold 15,000
Belgian Flanders Albums Chart 1 Platinum 50,000
Belgian Wallonie Albums Chart 3
Brazilian Albums Chart 15 30,000
Canadian Albums Chart 1 3x platinum 300,000
Czech Republic Albums Chart 13
Danish Albums Chart 1 Platinum 50,000
Dutch Albums Chart 3 85,0001
Estonian Albums Chart 1
European Albums Chart 2 Platinum 1,000,000
Finnish Albums Chart 3 Gold 20,000
French Albums Chart 1 Platinum 300,000
German Albums Chart 6 Gold 100,000
Greek Albums Chart 1 Gold2 40,000
Hungarian Albums Chart 14
Indian Albums Chart 2 30,000
Irish Albums Chart 10
Italian Albums Chart 3 Platinum 130,000
Japanese Albums Chart 27 50,000
New Zealand Albums Chart 7 Platinum 15,000
Norwegian Albums Chart 2 Gold 20,000
Polish Albums Chart 5
Portuguese Albums Chart 3 Silver 10,000
Slovakian Album Chart 13
South African Albums Chart 1
South Korean Albums Chart 35,0003
Spanish Albums Chart 3 Gold 50,000
Swedish Albums Chart 3 Gold 30,000
Swiss Albums Chart 1 Platinum 40,000
Taiwanese Albums Chart 2 Platinum 40,000
UK Albums Chart 4 Gold 205,000
U.S. Billboard 200 2 2x platinum 2,000,000
U.S. Billboard Top Internet Albums 2
United World Chart 2 5,000,000

1 should be certified platinum (80,000)
2 should be certified platinum (40,000)
3 should be certified platinum (30,000)


Year Award show Award
2003 American Music Awards Favorite Artist – Adult Contemporary
2004 Dragon Awards Female Artist of the Year – International

Release history

Region Date Label Format Catalog
Europe March 24 2003 Columbia CD 5108772
North America March 25 2003 Epic CD 87185
South Korea March 25 2003 Columbia CD CPK-2878
Japan March 26 2003 Epic CD EICP-200
Australia March 28 2003 Epic CD 5108772


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