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According to the physical CD, What is track 16, and 18 on the following Celine Dion CD?

Asked by flo (13313points) August 24th, 2012

I mean when you hear the CD itself what do you hear? I hear “It’s a Man’s World” for number 16 but the list says “Love can Move Mountains” And I hear number 19 the last song but the list ends at 18. etc.
Do you see that too?
This one.
Outside of the hugely well known ones, what is your favorite Celine Dion song?

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glacial's avatar

It looks like you are listening to Disc 2, which matches the tracks you describe.

AshlynM's avatar

I Love You is a good song of hers.

abundantlife's avatar

The one she sang for Titanic theme.

Kardamom's avatar

Sometimes they add “hidden tracks” to CD’s. So even though a CD’s listing may say there are only 18 tracks, there may actually be 19. In that case the order in which you are hearing them, might not be the order they are listed on the cover.

I like her song “It’s All Coming Back to Me Now” which she sang on the TV show The Nanny.

flo's avatar

@glacial The physical CD has 1 CD and 1 DVD. The link above calls them Disc 1 and “Disc 2”. The list of songs on the Physical CD is about the DVD I guess (it says “The Concert DVD”) Track 1 is “I Drove All Night” but on the link it is “Opening”.

flo's avatar

Thanks you all for your answers!

glacial's avatar

I’m not sure what you mean by “physical CD”, but according to your link, Disc 1 is the DVD, and Disc 2 is the CD. Could that be the source of the confusion?

flo's avatar

The “physical CD” is the CD that I’m holding in my hand.

Why you believe Disc 1 is the CD, I don’t have the CD with me anymore but the CD is the first one. it is like when you walk in a hospital room let’s say, the bed you meet first is Bed A or Bed 1 right not Bed B or Bed 2.

Also I don’t know why the webpage goes Disc1 and Dic 2, when it is the clear thing would be just refer to them as CD and DVD, there is only one of each afterall.

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