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Synonyms for album

one or more recordings issued together


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It debuted in the UK album chart at No.11, their best chart placing since the debut album in 2007.
London-based singer and rapper MoStack is new at number three with his debut album Stacko, ahead of Billie Eilish at number four with When We Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?
Sande's debut album, Our Version of Events, was the biggest selling album of 2012 and the second biggest seller of 2013.
Ben and Ben just announced on April 6 that they are set to release their debut album next month.
The indie pop artist performed and showcased his debut album at Suazo Bar last Nov.
Her debut album 'This is me' lists songs like Saro, Magun, Maradona and Sicker which are have been receiving a lot of airplay and topping charts.
Their viral debut album has caused those who are familiar with the music industry to wonder how the boy band was able to pull together instant success with their debut.
Ahead of him in the UK album charts is The Greatest Showman's Motion Picture Cast Recording which is at number one for the eighth straight week while Dua Lipa's eponymous debut album is at number three.
DIY SOS presenter Nick Knowles has brought out his debut album Every Kind Of People.
The 37-year-old rapper, whose real name is Jayceon Terrell Taylor, proudly took to social media to share how his debut album catapulted him to fame and to thank the people who helped him along the way.
Jack Garratt was crowned the winner of BBC's Sound of 2016 poll, Brits Critics' Choice for 2016, and released his highly - anticipated debut album, Phase, going straight in at number three.
? ?HIGHLY-RATED north-east outfit Boy Jumps Ship, whose debut album Wake Up is out in April, play Birmingham's Rainbow on Monday night and Nottingham's Bodega on Wednesday.
STRIPPED-BACK versions of John Lennon's Imagine and Elton John's Your Song will feature on the debut album of West End star Sophie Evans.
Comprised of singer and guitarist Mike Macdermid, keyboardist Rachael Wood and drummer Steve Curtis, the band are primed to release their debut album Millie's Magical Catnip Dreams on December 9th.
TEESSIDE songstress Amelia Lily is in the region tomorrow for a special free event - although she's still keeping fans waiting for her debut album.