Candy (Mandy Moore album)

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Candy
Compilation album by Mandy Moore
Released April 5, 2005
Genre Pop
Label Epic
Producer Jeff Jones
Mandy Moore chronology
The Best of Mandy Moore
(2004)
Candy
(2005)
Wild Hope
(2007)

Candy is a 2005 compilation CD of Mandy Moore songs. It contains songs of Moore's that, with the exception of "Candy" and "I Wanna Be with You," were never released as radio singles.

Moore was reportedly displeased that this collection, along with the album The Best of Mandy Moore, featured songs from her first two albums since she has disowned that period of her career.[1] The compilation didn't receive any promotion or participation from Moore and did not chart on the Billboard 200 albums chart at all. This was her final release from Epic Records as a contractual obligation and was released several months after she signed to Sire Records. The album has sold 100,000 copies to date.

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars Link

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Candy" (Tony Battaglia, Dave Katz, Dennis Kleiman and Denise Rich) – 3:56 1
  2. "Lock Me in Your Heart" (Battaglia and Shaun Fisher) – 3:33 1
  3. "Love You for Always" (Battaglia, Fisher) – 3:22 1
  4. "Everything My Heart Desires" (Karsten Dahlgaard, Michael Jay and Johnny Mosegaard Pederson) – 3:41 2
  5. "I Wanna Be with You" (Tiffany Arbuckle, Shelly Peiken and K Thomas) – 4:15 2
  6. "Saturate Me" (Randall Barlow, Susie Green and Tim Mitchel) – 4:01 3
  7. "Turn the Clock Around" (John W. Baxter, David Rice and Nick Trevisick) – 3:44 3
  8. "Yo-Yo" (Cutler, Preven) – 4:18 3
  9. "Someday We'll Know" (with Jonathan Foreman)" (Gregg Alexander, Danielle Brisebois and Debra Holland) – 3:43 4
  10. "Mona Lisas and Mad Hatters" (John, Taupin) – 4:505


1 taken from the album So Real
2 taken from the album I Wanna Be with You
3 taken from the album Mandy Moore
4 taken from the album A Walk to Remember OST
5 taken from the album Coverage

Personnel[edit]

  • Jeff Jones – Compilation Producer
  • Richard King – Compilation Engineer
  • Ryn Maartens – Art Direction

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Moore Hates First Albums". ContactMusic.com. Retrieved March 31, 2006.