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The Impossible Dream
The Impossible Dream is the debut studio album from The X Factor UK series 2 runner-up Andy Abraham. It was released on 20 March 2006 and entered the UK Albums Chart on 26 March 2006 at number one, selling 176,689 copies in its first week.
Only Human is the second album by British soul/dance singer Dina Carroll, released in 1996 on the Mercury label.
You Me And Us
You Me & Us is the debut album by English pop singer and actress Martine McCutcheon. Released in 1999, the album peaked at #2 in the UK Albums Chart.
The lead single taken from the album was "Perfect Moment" which peaked at #1 in the singles chart of four countries and received a platinum certification in the UK.
A second single, '"I've Got You", was released from the album in September 1999. It charted at #6 in the UK.
The third and final single is the double A-side "Talking in Your Sleep"/"Love Me". The songs were remakes of "Talking in Your Sleep" by Crystal Gayle and "Love Me" by Yvonne Elliman. "Love Me" was also chosen as the 1999 BBC Children in Need single, with all proceeds from the release going to the charity. The single also reached #6 in the UK Singles Chart, reaching silver certification.
"Maybe This Time" is also a remake, the song having been introduced by Liza Minnelli in the film Cabaret.
Since its release, the album has sold in excess of 800,000 worldwide sales and has been certified Platinum. It is McCutcheon's biggest-selling and highest-charting album to date.
Crocodile Shoes II
From Now On
From Now On is the debut studio album by English recording artist Will Young. It was released on 14 October 2002, eight months after he won the first series of Pop Idol. The album reached number one on the UK Albums Chart, having sold 187,350 copies in its first week of sales. From Now On has now sold just over 880,000 copies.
High On The Happy Side
Wet Wet Wet
High on the Happy Side is the third studio album by Scottish pop rock quartet Wet Wet Wet. The album was released on 27 January 1992, and reached the top of the charts on 8 February. The release of the album was preceded by the singles "Make It Tonight", "Put the Light On" and "Goodnight Girl", and followed by two further singles, "More than Love" and "Lip Service".
High on the Happy Side was released both a single album and as a double album with Cloak & Dagger, a covers album released under the pseudonym Maggie Pie & The Impostors. To accompany the album's release, a video compilation entitled The Story So Far, containing videos for singles from both High on the Happy Side and Holding Back the River, was made available on 24 March 1992.
Jane McDonald is the debut album by British singer Jane McDonald. It was released in 1998 by Focus Music International and peaked at number one on the UK Albums Chart. It also reached number 44 in New Zealand in April 1999.
Moment In Time
Together is a 2002 album recorded by Scottish pop star Lulu as an album of duets with various artists, including Elton John, Paul McCartney, Joe Cocker, Cliff Richard, Westlife and Ronan Keating, amongst others. The album reached #4 in the UK Albums Chart and was certified Gold.
The Christmas Album
Both Sides Now
Trust is the eighth studio album by Alfie Boe. It was released on 4 November 2013 in the United Kingdom by Decca Records. The album peaked at number 8 on the UK Albums Chart.
Little Drummer Boy
Classic Christmas is the third studio album and first Christmas album by the British singer Joe McElderry. It was released on 25 November 2011. It is his second album released under Decca Records.
Sign Of Your Love
Mine & Yours
Mine & Yours is the debut album from Irish singer-songwriter, Mary Byrne. The album was released on 25 March 2011 in Ireland, and 28 March 2011 in the UK. The album's lead single, "I Just Call You Mine" was released on 4 March 2011 in Ireland and 8 March in the United Kingdom. The album was recorded in Sphere Studios, London and produced by music producer, orchestrator and songwriter Nigel Wright. Sales for the album have been strong in Ireland and reasonable in the UK. The album was the 15th best selling album in Ireland in the year 2011.
Inspiration is a 1989 album by Elkie Brooks. It is a mixture of cover versions and original tracks and includes the single "Shame". It was recorded 1989 at Abbey Road Studios, RPM Studios, Pavilion Studios, Rock House and Woody Bay Studios. The album was issued on CD, vinyl and cassette in 1989 through Telstar Records, and re-released on CD and cassette by Ronco.
Inspiration reached number 58 and remained in the UK charts for 3 weeks.
"Shame" was originally entered in the 1989 A Song for Europe, sung by Jane Alexander, coming third.
The Album is the debut studio album by British actor and singer Shane Richie. The album was released in 1997 and re-released in 2003 after Richie joined the cast of EastEnders. It contains mostly cover versions.
Twelve Months, Eleven Days
Twelve Months, Eleven Days is the second solo studio album released by British singer-songwriter Gary Barlow. The album was released by BMG and RCA Records on 11 October 1999. It was to be Barlow's last studio album for 14 years until the release of Since I Saw You Last.
The Whisper / This One's for You
Brand New Day
Tenors Un Limited
Beverley Craven is the debut album by British singer Beverley Craven, released in July 1990. The album was fully written by Craven herself and features her biggest hit single and signature song, "Promise Me".
Introducing (New Version)
A Better Man
Best of Broadway: 40 Musical Highlights
Wherever You Are
Songs from "Fame"
Curtis Stigers is the eponymous debut album by American jazz musician Curtis Stigers, released in 1991. It includes the hit singles "I Wonder Why", "You're All That Matters to Me", and "Never Saw a Miracle". The album peaked at number seven on the UK Albums Chart in 1992.
The First Noel / Silent Night (feat. Caroline Redman Lusher & The Rock Choir Vocal Group)
Stages is an album by Elaine Paige, released in 1983 on the Warner Music and K-tel labels and has been re-issued on CD. The album charted in the UK album charts at #2 in 1983.
The Kids From "Fame"
The Kids From "Fame"
The Kids from "Fame" is the first album released by the cast of the American TV series Fame. It was released in 1982 and featured the hit singles "Hi Fidelity" and "Starmaker". The album became a big success, notably so in the UK where it reached No.1 in the album charts and remained on top for 12 weeks.
In Your Own Time
Labours Of Love - The Best Of Hue And Cry
Hue & Cry
Brother is the fourth studio album by Irish boy band Boyzone, released on 5 March 2010 in Ireland. It is the band's first studio album in 12 years since Where We Belong. The album is named in memory of member Stephen Gately, who died in 2009 five months before its release. However, Gately's vocals did appear on the band's songs "Gave It All Away" and "Stronger", making it the final album to feature Gately's vocals and is released posthumously.
Upon its release, Brother received favorable reviews from most music critics. The album debuted at number one in Ireland and the United Kingdom. As of October 2013, the album had sold 450,000 copies worldwide.
All By Myself
The MacDonald Bros
The MacDonald Bros
Andrew Lloyd Webber Golden Musicals
Some Enchanted Evening
Classic Andrew Lloyd Webber
The West End Theatre Orchestra & Chorus
Gabrielle is the second studio album by English R&B artist Gabrielle. It was released in 1996 and reached number 11 in the UK Albums Chart. The album was certified Platinum in the UK.
A Gift Of Love
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