Dubstar - One album flac
|Love Comes Late||4:48|
|Please Stop Leaving Me Alone||4:16|
|I Hold Your Heart||5:07|
|Waltz No. 9||3:53|
|You Were Never In Love||4:36|
|Why Don't You Kiss Me||3:12|
|none||Dubstar||One (LP, Album, Ltd, Num, Red)||Northern Writes||none||UK & Europe||2018|
|none||Dubstar||One (CD, Album, Dlx)||Northern Writes||none||UK||2018|
|none||Dubstar||One (CDr, Album, Promo)||Northern Writes||none||UK||2018|
|none||Dubstar||One (Cass, Album, Ltd)||Northern Writes||none||UK & Europe||2018|
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Make It Better is the third studio album by British dance-pop band Dubstar. It was released August 2000 on Food, and spawned two singles: "I (Friday Night)" and "The Self Same Thing". The single "I (Friday Night) was released in the UK on 1 May. Some releases of Make It Better exclude the tenth and thirteenth tracks, "New Friends" and "Stay Together", respectively. All songs written by Steve Hillier except where noted. I (Friday Night)" – 2:51. The Self Same Thing" – 3:26.
The discography of Dubstar consists of four studio albums, a compilation album, an extended play, nine singles and six songs exclusive to compilation and soundtrack albums. All of the group's work was released by Food Records with the exception of their compilation album which was released by EMI alone, due to the closure of Food Records in 2001. Disgraceful (9 October 1995, Food Records).
Produced by Graeme Robinson & Stephen Hague. Is it asking too much to be given time To know these songs and to sing them Is it asking too much of my vacant smile And my laugh and lies that bring them. Written By Steve Hillier.
The third original Dubstar album, Make It Better, was released in 2000, with EMI releasing a 'Best of' compilation in 2004. Blackwood joined the band Technique to replace Xan Tyler as singer for a European tour with Depeche Mode in 2002. Shortly afterwards, Kate Holmes, the other member of the band, and Blackwood decided to write together and formed the new group Client.