Modeled following the Priests, a classical music trio of Catholic priests from Northern Ireland who had been a blockbuster success throughout Traditional western Europe in 2008, People from france trio Les Prêtres possess released many chart-topping albums. Hailing from Distance, the capital from the Hautes-Alpes section in southeastern France, the trio was founded by two priests, Le Père Jean Michel Bardet and Le Père Charles Troesch, and seminarian Dinh Nguyen Nguyen. In colaboration with the TF1 label, Les Prêtres produced their full-length record debut this year 2010 with Spiritus Dei. With proceeds of record product sales heading toward charitable tasks, the record topped the French graphs for many weeks straight. Made by Florent Bidoyen, Spiritus Dei included traditional materials like “Ave Marie” and “Amazing Elegance” aswell as secular classics like Jacques Brel’s “Quand On N’a Que l’Amour” and Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah.” As the recording was a industrial blockbuster, critics had been frequently unkind to Spiritus Dei, directing out how obviously it had been modeled following the 2008 eponymous recording debut from the Priests, which have been a high Ten smash strike across a lot of Traditional western Europe apart from France. However, the follow-up Gloria, released in 2011, almost equaled its forerunner having a five-week operate near the top of the French graphs. Their third recording, Amen, made an appearance in middle-2014 and spent fourteen days at number 1.