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Dion started working on her upcoming French-language album on 8 October 2002 in Paris when she met with four well-known French songwriters and producers: Jean-Jacques Goldman , Erick Benzi , Jacques Veneruso and Gildas Arzel. After four days of rehearsals, Dion met with them again in Las Vegas in May 2003, during her break from performing in A New Day... . The songs were recorded between 2–11 May 2003. [1] On 11 August 2003, Dion's official website announced that the release of the new French album titled 1 fille & 4 types (meaning 1 Girl & 4 Guys ) was set for 13 October 2003 in Europe and 14 October 2003 in Canada. [2] Dion worked on this project with "4 Guys" only: Goldman, Benzi, Veneruso and Arzel. [2] Goldman, who wrote and produced the best-selling French-language albums of all time: D'eux and S'il suffisait d'aimer , guided 1 fille & 4 types as the artistic director. [3] The first single, " Tout l'or des hommes " was sent to radio on 27 August 2003. [2] [3] [4] It was written by Jacques Veneruso who wrote Dion's 2001 number-one hit, " Sous le vent ". [3] The music video for the song was serviced to video outlets in September 2003 and the CD single was scheduled for release on 6 October 2003 in France, Switzerland and Belgium, on 7 October 2003 in Canada and a few weeks later in Germany. [3] [5] The behind the scenes from "Tout l'or des hommes" video and making of the album was posted in the video section on on 28 September 2003. [6] 1 fille & 4 types was also scheduled for release in the United States on 11 November 2003, in Japan on 17 December 2003, in Sweden on 9 February 2004 and in Spain on 19 April 2004. [7] [8] [9] [10]


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