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Life Thru A Lens
Life thru a Lens is the debut solo studio album by English singer-songwriter Robbie Williams. It was Williams' first solo album following his departure from Take That. Released on 29 September 1997 through Chrysalis Records, it is influenced by Britpop, a departure from the poppier tone of music Take That employed. The album's working name was The Show-Off Must Go On.
The album's first three singles, "Old Before I Die", "Lazy Days" and "South of the Border", were all moderate successes, but it was the fourth single "Angels" which catapulted Williams to international fame as a solo artist. Peaking at number 4, it has sold over 1 million copies in the UK and is his biggest-selling single to date. Fifth and final single "Let Me Entertain You" reached number three, becoming the album's third top-5 hit. "Freedom," Robbie's first solo success, a cover of George Michael's 1990 hit, is not featured on the album.
Life thru a Lens debuted at number 11 on the UK Albums Chart and initially remained in the lower regions, but, upon the chart success of "Angels", it began steadily climbing and finally reached number one in April 1998, five months after its release.
A Different Beat
A Different Beat is the second studio album released by Irish boy band Boyzone on 28 October 1996 by Polydor Records.
Step By Step The Greatest Hits
Wet Wet Wet
Step by Step: The Greatest Hits is the third compilation album released by Scottish pop rock quartet Wet Wet Wet. Released on 25 November 2013, the album features three previously unreleased recordings, "Step by Step", "Sad Kinda Love", and "Playin' Like a Kid". "Step by Step" was also released as the lead single from the album a week prior to its release. The album peaked at #53 on the UK Albums Chart, becoming the band's lowest charting release to date.
The album was promoted with a ten-date tour of the UK, which saw the band was supported by Blue. All ten dates on the tour were recorded for a series of live albums by Abbey Road Studios as part of their Live Here Now releases. The final date of the tour was also recorded for a DVD release, which was initially given away as a free gift to those who purchased a full set of the live albums. The live DVD was later released commercially on 29 September 2014.
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.
Best of Steps
Gold: Greatest Hits is the first greatest hits album released by pop group Steps. It reached number one on the UK charts. The lead single from the album was "Chain Reaction" a cover of Diana Ross's 1986 hit, the single reached number 2 in the UK charts and was the group's highest selling single since "Say You'll Be Mine/Better The Devil You Know". The second single from the album, "Words Are Not Enough", a slow ballad was released with a cover of "I Know Him So Well" from Abbamania. The single was notably Steps' first single to have an accompanying video that was almost fully animated and did not feature a dance routine like their video for "Heartbeat". The single reached number 5 in the UK charts and was their lowest-selling single to date. A release for "Baby Don't Dance" was planned for 2002 but was scrapped due to the group's split although promotional copies surfaced before the release of The Last Dance.
10 Years Of Hits
10 Years of Hits is the first compilation album released by Boyzone frontman, Ronan Keating. The album was released on 11 October 2004, and included all of Keating's singles to date, plus three new singles, two previously unreleased tracks, and the B-side "This Is Your Song". The album peaked at number one on the UK Albums Chart, becoming the third out of four of Keating's albums to do so. In 2010, an anniversary edition of the album was issued in Australia containing further singles that were released after the original release of the album and was certified 4x Platinum in Australia in 2016.
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
Ocean Drive is the debut album released by UK duo Lighthouse Family in 1995 on Wildcard / Polydor Records. The album produced one Top 10 hit and three Top 20 hits.The album spent 175 weeks on the UK album chart and achieved 6 times platinum sales of 1.8 million copies.
All Rise is the debut studio album by English boy band Blue, released on 26 November 2001 in the United Kingdom and on 27 April 2004 in the United States. It peaked at number one on the UK Albums Chart and was certified 4× Platinum in the UK. The album spent 63 weeks on the UK top 75 Albums chart.
Greatest Hits is the second greatest hits album and final release by Irish boy band Westlife. It was released on 18 November 2011 by RCA Records and Sony Music. Greatest Hits is the group's second greatest hits album following Unbreakable: The Greatest Hits Volume 1. The album is the group's first album not under Syco Music and not under the tutelage of Simon Cowell, having left Syco and Cowell in March 2011. The greatest hits album contains numerous singles that span throughout the band's career, as well as four new songs produced by John Shanks, which includes the lead single "Lighthouse", which was released on 14 November 2011. The compilation was released in two different formats, a standard edition containing the album's eighteen tracks, and a deluxe edition featuring numerous other singles of the band's discography, as well as a DVD containing almost all of the band's music videos.
Upon the album's release, Greatest Hits received mixed reviews from music critics, with some reviewers praising the compilation's structure, while others disliked the group's musical style implemented in the songs.
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.
Ten Good Reasons
Ten Good Reasons is the debut album by Australian pop star and actor Jason Donovan. Released in 1989, it became the biggest selling album in the UK that year, and yielded two solo number-one singles and also features a duet with Kylie Minogue, "Especially for You", which had reached number one in January 1989.
The album entered the UK Albums Chart at number two, and then reached number one, staying there for four weeks. When his cover of Brian Hyland's "Sealed with a Kiss" entered the UK Singles Chart at number one, Donovan became the first Australian male to hold both UK single and UK album chart number-one positions simultaneously. In Australia, the album peaked at number five on its debut on the ARIA albums chart in June 1989, and became the 53rd highest selling album in Australia for 1989.
The album was reissued in 2010 as an expanded deluxe edition featuring B-sides and remixes. In 2016, the first CD of the 2010 reissue was reissued again as part of promotion for Donovan's Ten Good Reasons live shows.
The title of the album is taken from a line in its opening track, "Too Many Broken Hearts": "You give me one good reason to leave me, I'll give you ten good reasons to stay."
The Greatest Hits And A Little Bit More
The Greatest Hits and a Little Bit More is the first greatest hits album released by English boy band 911. It was released in the United Kingdom on 25 October 1999.
Sanctuary is the debut solo studio album released by Blue band-member and singer, Simon Webbe. The album was released on November 14, 2005, peaking at number seven on the UK Albums Chart, selling more than 600,000 copies in the United Kingdom. The album was later certified double platinum by the BPI. Three singles were released from the album: "Lay Your Hands", which peaked at number four on the UK Singles Chart, "No Worries", which also peaked at number four, and "After All This Time", which peaked at number 16.
In Your Own Time
Popstars is the debut album by British pop group Hear'Say, formed through the ITV television show Popstars. It was released in the United Kingdom on 26 March 2001. Hear'Say worked with a number of British and Scandinavian producers, including Stargate, and Quiz & Larossi. The album drew comparisons to similarly co-ed pop groups such as S Club 7 and Steps.
The album received generally negative reviews from contemporary music critics, who commented on the artificiality and genericness of both Hear'Say and their music. However, Popstars was a commercial success, charting at number one in the United Kingdom. It was the fastest-selling debut album in UK chart history at the time of release, selling over 300,000 copies in its first week. Popstars yielded two number one singles, "Pure and Simple" and "The Way to Your Love".
Greatest Hits is the first compilation album by English boy band Five. It was released in the United Kingdom through RCA Records on 19 November 2001, just three months after the release of their third studio album, Kingsize. "Closer to Me" and "Rock the Party" was released as double single on United Kingdom and Ireland. The album was executively produced by Simon Cowell and Richard "Biff" Stannard. In other countries, the songs were released as separate singles. The songs was included in the previous album Kingsize.
The album features thirteen of the band's fifteen singles, excluding "How Do Ya Feel", and the international-only release "Don't Fight It Baby", as well as two popular B-sides, two brand new remixes, and the original track, "Set Me Free", which was recorded during the Kingsize album sessions. The album peaked at number nine on the UK Albums Chart, as well as being certified platinum by the BPI. The album was executively produced by Simon Cowell and Richard "Biff" Stannard.
Let Loose 1993-2013
The Cult Of Ant & Dec
Ant & Dec
The Cult Of Ant & Dec is the third and final studio album released by British duo Ant & Dec, previously known as PJ & Duncan. The album was recorded during 1996 and 1997, and included the duo's most successful single during their active career, "When I Fall in Love". The album was released in May 1997 and peaked at number 15 on the UK Albums Chart, and was later certified Silver by the BPI.
The Greatest Hits is the first compilation album released by the British girl group Atomic Kitten; the album was released following the announcement of the group's split. It was released in the United Kingdom on 5 April 2004 by Virgin Records. It contains all of the group's chart hits from the group's three studio albums Right Now, Feels So Good and Ladies Night with the exception of their UK Top 20 hit "Follow Me" from 2000. "Right Now 2004" was released as the album's lead single on 29 March 2004. Although Kerry Katona does not appear on the cover of the album, her vocals do appear on "I Want Your Love" and "See Ya", although Frost's vocals appear on "Whole Again", which Katona originally featured on.
The album peaked at #5 in the UK and was certified Gold. The album has been released with the Copy Control protection system in some regions.
You Know I Know
Thinking It Over
Thinking It Over is the debut studio album by British-Irish pop group Liberty X. The album was released on the back of their success on television talent show, Popstars, and was recorded in the year following the series' finale, where the band became runners-up to Hear'Say.
Originally titled—and released in Japan as—To Those Who Wait, it was released in the United Kingdom on 27 May 2002 under its new title and became the biggest selling album of the band's career, selling nearly 750,000 copies. Five singles were released from the album: "Thinking It Over", "Doin' It", "Just a Little", "Got to Have Your Love" and "Holding On for You". "Just a Little" became Liberty X's only number-one single and won a BRIT Award for Best British Single in 2003.
So Close is the debut album by British soul–dance singer Dina Carroll, released in January 1993 on the A&M label. The album made its chart debut at #2 and remained in the top 20 of the UK Albums Chart for six months. It was shortlisted for the 1993 Mercury Prize. It ended 1993 as the fourth-best-selling album of the year in the United Kingdom, and its success continued into 1994 as it remained in the top 20 for another three months and again rose to a peak of #2. It eventually sold 1.5 million copies and was the highest selling debut album by a female singer in UK chart history, a record it held until 2001 when it was overtaken by Dido's No Angel.
I Believe My Heart
Marti Pellow Sings The Hits Of Wet Wet Wet & Smile
Ten Add Ten: The Very Best of Scouting For Girls
Scouting For Girls
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.
Letters is the debut studio album by English singer-songwriter and guitarist Matt Cardle. It was released on 14 October 2011 through Syco Music, Sony Music and Columbia Records. Cardle worked with various songwriters on the album including Eg White and James Walsh. He co-wrote all the tracks except for his X Factor winner's single, "When We Collide" and the single "Run for Your Life", written by Gary Barlow.
It peaked at number two on the UK Albums Chart, behind Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds' self-titled debut album. The Letters Tour in support of the album began in February 2012.
You Stood Up (download album)
Beauty and the Beast
Big Night is the ninth studio album released by British-Australian singer-songwriter Peter Andre. The album was released on 26 May 2014, and was preceded by the lead single, "Kid".
Wide Awake is the debut album of English pop singer Joe McElderry, winner of the sixth series of British talent competition The X Factor. The album was released digitally on 22 October 2010, with a physical release following on 25 October 2010.
Two retailer exclusive versions of the album were available, with Asda offering four bonus cards and play.com offering signed copies of the album.
Fire (Deluxe Edition)
Fire is the debut solo studio album by Irish singer-songwriter and Westlife vocalist Markus Feehily. The album was released on October 16, 2015, via Harmoney Entertainment, as part of the Kobalt Music Group. The album includes the singles "Love is a Drug" and "Butterfly".
The Nail File
The Best of Bros
The Best of Bros is the first compilation album by British pop band Bros. The album was released on 1 March 2004 by Columbia Records. The album includes all of the band's singles, along with selected album tracks and B-sides. Nicky Graham and Tom Watkins are credited as the song writers for the tracks taken from Push, instead of their original credit as "The Brothers".
The album was certified silver by the BPI in March 2019.
Second First Impression
Second First Impression is the second studio album released by British singer-songwriter Daniel Bedingfield. Released in 2004, it peaked at number eight on the UK Albums Chart. The album title comes from the chorus of track 7 on the album, "Show Me the Real You", and also serves as a reference to this being Bedingfield's second album.
In the United Kingdom, the first single to be taken from the album was "Nothing Hurts Like Love", which peaked at number three on the UK Singles Chart in the same month as the album was released. The second single was "Wrap My Words Around You", released in February 2005, followed by "The Way". The UK release includes two bonus tracks, "Draw You" and "A Kiss Without Commitment", and a hidden track entitled "I'm Not Dead", which refers to Bedingfield's near-fatal car accident in New Zealand earlier in 2004.
Football's Coming Home - Three Lions
Baddiel, Skinner & Lightning Seeds
Stronger Together (Deluxe Edition)
Twelve Stops And Home (Deluxe)
Twelve Stops and Home is the debut studio album by the Feeling, released on 5 June 2006. The album's title refers to the twelve stops on the Piccadilly line of the London Underground from Leicester Square to Bounds Green. Lead singer Dan Gillespie Sells grew up in Bounds Green and lived a short walk from the tube station.
The album received mixed reviews from music critics. It gained a five-star review from The Observer, but garnered a scathing 1/10 from both Drowned in Sound and Yahoo! Music. Five singles were released from the album, including the top 10 hits, "Sewn", "Fill My Little World" and "Never Be Lonely". "Sewn" was also featured on the FIFA 07 soundtrack.
The Truth About Love
The Truth About Love is the third studio album by English soul/R&B singer Lemar. The album was released on the 11 September 2006 and contains the singles "It's Not That Easy", "Tick Tock", and "Someone Should Tell You".
Since the album's release in September 2006, The Truth About Love charted and peaked at number three in the UK albums chart, Lemar's highest charting album to date and his first to make the top 5.
The album was certified Gold by the BPI on 15 September 2006, after only five days of it being on sale. It was later awarded Platinum certification by the BPI on 8 December 2006.
My Heart Would Take You Back
Taller In More Ways
Taller in More Ways is the fourth studio album by British girl group Sugababes, released by Island Records on 10 October 2005, in the United Kingdom. It was primarily produced by Dallas Austin and Jony Rockstar, with additional production from Cameron McVey, Xenomania and Guy Sigsworth. The title of the album was inspired by a line in the album's second single, "Ugly".
Upon release, Taller in More Ways received generally favourable reviews from music critics. It topped the UK Albums Chart, becoming the group's first domestic number one album. It was certified 2× Platinum by the British Phonographic Industry. Additionally, it reached the top ten in Ireland, Switzerland, the Netherlands, and Austria.
Mutya Buena left the Sugababes in December 2005 and was replaced by Amelle Berrabah. As a result, Taller in More Ways was re-released in March 2006 with the addition of a new song, "Now You're Gone", and three re-recorded tracks featuring the vocals of Berrabah; "Gotta Be You", "Follow Me Home", and "Red Dress".
Going to a Party
Everybody in Love
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