CeCe Peniston discography

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CeCe Peniston discography

Peniston performing live in Heaven, London, England, 2009.
Releases
Studio albums 4
Live albums 1
Compilation albums 4
EPs 2
Singles 38
Video albums 1
Music videos 16
Remix albums 2
Other songs 20
Unreleased tracks 5

American recording artist CeCe Peniston entered the music industry as a backing vocalist on the Overweight Pooch album Female Preacher, released in July 1991 on A&M Records.[1] Besides her backing-vocal performance on the track "I Like It", released as a single, she was also given a credit for co-writing two compositions; "Kickin' Da Blues" and "Female Preacher".[1] Peniston then went on to start her own solo career.

Peniston recorded and released her own single "Finally" and debut-album, also named Finally, through A&M Records. The single was released in August 1991 and was followed by the album on January 28, 1992.[2] Both the album Finally, and the single of the same name, were certified Gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), and the album by the Canadian Recording Industry Association (CRIA). They also earned two Silver certifications from the British Phonographic Industry (BPI).[3] By the time its total worldwide sales reached 3 million copies,[4] "We Got a Love Thang" and "Keep On Walkin'", would give her three consecutively running number-1 hits on the U.S. Hot Dance Club Play,[5] and on the Canadian RPM Dance/Urban chart.[6] Furthermore, each track reached the top-ten of Music Week's singles chart in the United Kingdom,[7] and the top-twenty of Billboard's Hot 100 in the United States.[8] The set itself broke into the top-forty album charts in Austria,[9] Canada,[10] the Netherlands[11] and the UK, peaking in the US at number 70.[7] Additional cuts from her debut album, such as "Inside That I Cried" and "Crazy Love", scored successes in the R&B charts.[12] Peniston received a Best Female R&B/Soul Album-nomination at the 7th Soul Train Music Awards in 1993.[13]

Her second studio album, Thought 'Ya Knew, was released on January 25, 1994. Having entered the top-forty in UK[14] and Switzerland,[14] the album somewhat failed to match the sales of its predecessor, reaching its peak in the Billboard 200 at position 96.[8] It did, however, make an impact on the dance charts, yielding two chart-toppers in the U.S.[5] "I'm in the Mood", with its incorporated jazz elements, served as the album's pilot single and led the Tokio Hot 100 airplay chart in Japan.[15] The second single "Hit by Love", another house anthem, was the singer's fifth club number one. "I'm Not Over You" and "Keep Givin' Me Your Love", also achieved top-five status.[5]

I'm Movin' On, the third album by Peniston, was released on September 9, 1996, and was viewed as a commercial failure.[16] As such it did not achieve a presence in the official albums charts. "Movin' On", featuring rap by Suga T, reached number eighty-three, and her so-called "vocal duel" with JoJo Hailey, "Before I Lay", missed the US Hot 100 altogether.[12] In February 1998 Peniston experienced a late comeback, when her remake of Jocelyn Brown's classic "Somebody Else's Guy" climbed to number thirteen on the British singles charts; her highest top-100 in the UK since May 1992.[7] The song was also released on her greatest hits compilation The Best of CeCe Peniston, her closing album on A&M.

Subsequently, Peniston managed to release a number of singles, some of which garnered attention within their genre. Amongst them were two solo tracks "He Loves Me 2" (1999) and "Lifetime to Love" (2000),[5] as well as her collaborations with other artists, such as: "Reminiscin" with Ella Mae Saison (2001); "Deeper Love" with David Longoria (2005); and "Shame Shame Shame" featuring Soulshaker (2007).[17] Following a fifteen-year hiatus Peniston announced she would release an album, titled CeCe, in August 2011 on the independent label West Swagg Music Group (WSMG).[18] However, only three digital singles were released by now, including one new song called "Stoopid!". According to the WSMG website, her combined album and single sales total surpass 10 million.[19]

Albums[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Year Album details Top chart positions Sales Certifications
AT
[9]
CA
[10]
GE
[20]
JP
[15]
NL
[11]
SW
[14]
UK
[7]
US
TGA
[21]
R&B
[12]
200
[8]
1992 Finally 38 20 31 10 13 70
1994 Thought 'Ya Knew
  • Release date: January 25
  • Record label: A&M (#540 201)
  • Format: LP, CD, CS, DDC, download
92 66 69 32 31 20 96
1995 Good News in Hard Times with Sisters of Glory
  • Release date: August 22
  • Record label: Warner Bros (#945 990)
  • Format: CD
29
1996 I'm Movin' On
  • Release date: September 9
  • Record label: A&M (#540 589)
  • Format: CD, CS, download
48
"—" denotes an album that did not chart or was not released in that region.

Remix albums[edit]

Year Album details Notes
1992 Finally/We Got a Love Thang: Remix Collection
  • Release date: July 1
  • Record label: A&M Japan (#PCCY-10314)
  • Format: CD
  • Remix mini-album released exclusively in Japan, featuring in total eight alternate versions of Peniston's first two solo singles (i.e. "Finally" and "We Got a Love Thang").[23]
1994 Remix Collection
  • Release date: November 2
  • Record label: A&M Japan (#POCM-1087)
  • Format: CD
  • Japanese remix collection that tracks Peniston's singles discography since "Keep On Walkin'" to "Hit by Love" single. Overall included nine 12 inches versions, mostly all available only on vinyl until then.[24]

Compilation albums[edit]

Year Album details Notes
1998 The Best of CeCe Peniston
  • Release date: March 2
  • Record label: A&M (#540 880)
  • Format: CD, CS
  • Import album and her very first greatest hits collection, released only in Europe and the UK. The album compils eleven singles in total, plus two additional remixes (of "Finally" and "Somebody Else's Guy").[25]
1999 Essential
  • Release date: February 28 (2000)
  • Record label: Spectrum (#544 189)
  • Format: CD, download
  • Initially an import album and her second best-of compilation, issued only in the overseas.[26] However in 2004, the eighteen track album was re-released by Universal International worldwide as well.[27]
2000 Winning Combinations with Vesta Williams
  • Release date: October 10
  • Record label: Universal (#490 762)
  • Format: CD
2001 The Millennium Collection: The Best of CeCe Peniston
  • Release date: April 10
  • Record label: Interscope (#490 876)
  • Format: CD, download
  • The first solo greatest hits compilation by Peniston ever released in the United States, featuring in total eleven remastered recordings of her songs. In addition, one bonus remix (of "Finally") is present.[29]

Live albums[edit]

Year Album details Notes
2010 Divas of Disco with L.Clifford, A Taste of Honey, T.Houston & F.Joli
  • Release date: February 26
  • Record label: Pegasus (#000 702)
  • Format: CD, download

Special editions[edit]

Year Album Details Notes
Format Catalogue Region
1992 Finally 2LP 379 182-1[31] EU
  • Bonus vinyl including six track maxi-single "Finally" on C/D-side.
CD 379 182-1[32] UK
CS 397 182-4[33]
1994 Thought 'Ya Knew 2LP 540 201-1[34]
CD 540 201-2[35] EU
POCM-1047[36] JP
1996 I'm Movin' On POCM-1180[37]
540 589-2[38]
[39]
AU
EU
CS 540 589-4[40]
CD 31454 0562-2 ADV[41] US
  • Advance promo CD in a plastic sleeve with a different color insert.
1997 Finally (re-issue) 540 808-2[42] UK
1998 Best Of CS 540 880-4[43]
  • Promo release with a unique insert and altered track list.
1999 Essential CD none[44] NA
  • Promo equivalent, excluding the last track ("Somebody Else's Guy") from its official release.
All the limited editions released on A&M Records, except the Essential release, which was distributed by Music Sales West.

Extended plays[edit]

Year EP details Notes
1992 The Heart and Soul of CeCe Peniston
  • Release date: April
  • Record label: A&M (#7502173882)
  • Format: CD
  • Promotional EP issued only in the States, containing four original versions of her songs ("Keep On Walkin'", "Crazy Love", "I See Love" and "You Win, I Win, We Lose"), all taken from her debut album Finally.[45]
2008 CeCe Peniston (aka EP Live)
  • Release date: July 14
  • Record label: Pegasus (#none)
  • Format: download, CD
  • Originally only a digital release with three live tracks from a 2007's concert,[46] later attached to CD/DVD compilation Divas of Disco: Live. Since January 14, 2011 the EP is manufactured on demand by CreateSpace (part of the Amazon) also on CD.[47]

Singles[edit]

As lead artist[edit]

Year Single Top chart positions Sales Certifications Album
AT
[9]
CA
[10]
GE
[20]
NL
[11]
SW
[14]
UK
[7]
US
DCP
[5]
R&B
[12]
100
[8]
1991 "Finally"[A] 9 12 16 5 12 2 1 26 5 Finally
1992 "We Got a Love Thang" 26 41 9 6 1 38 20
"Keep On Walkin'" 67 41 10 1 3 15
"Inside That I Cried" 42 10 94
"Crazy Love" 44 31 97
1993 "Searchin'"[B] Thought
'Ya Knew
"I'm in the Mood" 88 68 22 29 16 1 7 32
1994 "I Will Be Received"[C]
"I'm Not Over You" 2 10 41
"Hit by Love" 33 1 47 90
1995 "Keep Givin' Me Your Love" 36 4 101
1996 "Movin' On" featuring Suga T 29 83 I'm Movin' On
"Before I Lay" featuring JoJo Hailey 52 120
1997 "Finally '97" (re-issue)[A] 26 The Best Of
1998 "Somebody Else's Guy" 13
"Nobody Else" non-solo
album
singles
1999 "He Loves Me 2" 24
2000 "Lifetime to Love" 2
2001 "My Boo"[D]
2004 "Eternal Lover" featuring BiBi[E]
2007 "I'm Feelin' U"[F]
"Still I"[G]
2008 "Finally '08" (re-issue)[A]
2009 "Above Horizons"[H]
2010 "In Love with a DJ" with Ron Carroll[I]
2011 "Stoopid!"
"Keep On Flossing" with L.C.[J]
"Finally '11" featuring Joyriders[A]
2012 "Celebrate"
"Dance with Me"
"—" denotes a single that did not chart or was not released in that region.
Notes
  • A ^ "Finally" was released five times, while on three separate occasions in the United Kingdom. October 1991 release reached position twenty-nine, its re-issue in March 1992 resulted in number two, and the re-release from September 1997 scored at number twenty-six.[7] However, additional remixed version "Finally (Vandalism Remix)" produced in 2008 charted at number thirty-three on the Global Dance Tracks chart compiled internationally by US Billboard.[49] 2011 remix with featuring Joyriders didn't chart.
  • B ^ "Searchin'" was released only as promotional single in England.[50]
  • C ^ "I Will Be Received" charted in Japan only as airplay single.[15]
  • D ^ "My Boo" was released only on vinyl and only in the United States.[51]
  • E ^ "Eternal Lover" was released only in Australia, France and New Zealand.[52]
  • F ^ "I'm Feelin' U" was released on single only on vinyl (only in the US), and virtually.[53] The composition charted in the US Traxsource Top 100 Singles, being classified as the 10th most downloaded track of 2007.[54]
  • G ^ "Still I" was released only as digital single.[55]
  • H ^ "Above Horizons" was distributed on CD only for promotional purposes in the US. Else, as digital single but only in the States.[56]
  • I ^ "In Love with a DJ" was released only as digital single.[57] The track topped in September 2010 the dance music digital music download site Traxsource Top 10.[58]
  • J ^ "Keep On Flossing" was released only as digital single.[59]

As featured artist[edit]

Year Single Main artist(s) Top positions Album
GDT
[49]
UK
[7]
US
DCP
[17]
R&B
[60]
1991 "I Like It" Overweight Pooch 58 16 Female Preacher
1998 "I Know You Want Me" Nastyboy Klick 109 Desert Funk: Soundtrack
2001 "Reminiscin" Saison 30 non-album single
2003 "For My Baby" Full Flava Colour of My Soul
2005 "Deeper Love" David Longoria 14 Anthem 2
2006 "You Are the Universe"[K] Full Flava Music Is Our Way of Life
2007 "Shame Shame Shame"[L] Soulshaker 22 Es Vive Ibiza 2006
2012 "(Like) You've Never Seen" EC Twins Nope Is Dope: Volume 14
2013 "All My Love" Richard Beynon & Zen Freeman Glow Washington D.C.: Spring 2013
"Get to Steppin" Fast Eddie non-album single
"Let's Go All Night" James Doman & Antoine Becks Dance September 2013
2014 "Without You" Junior Sanchez non-album single
"—" denotes a single that did not chart or was not released in that region.
Notes
  • K ^ "You Are the Universe (DJ Hasebe Remix)" was released on vinyl single only in Japan. Else, in digital format.[61]
  • L ^ On the CD release of the "Shame Shame Shame" promoted by All Around The World, as well as on digital releases copyrighted by Trackworks, Peniston was credited beside Soulshaker also as a lead artist.[62]

Other songs[edit]

Year Song Role Notes
1991 "Kickin' Da Blues" Back vocal, co-writer
"Female Preacher"
1992 "Hitmix" Lead vocal
1993 "Goody Goody" (by Della Reese)
1994 "Don't Forget the Love"
1995 "Stille Nacht" with Sisters of Glory Back vocal
  • Released on the double CD compilation Concerto di Natale by various artists, issued in Germany on November 7, 1995 through Columbia. (The track was recorded live on December 16, 1994 at the Aula Paolo VI, Vatican City.)[66]
1996 "All That I Need" Lead vocal
"The Christmas Song"
1997 "What a Wonderful World"
1998 "When I'm with You" Back vocal
"Keep It Real"
2003 "Runnin' Away" Co-writer
"I Think About Him" Lead vocal, co-writer
2004 "I Like" with Adeva Lead vocal
2005 "There You'll Be" (by Faith Hill)
2006 "It's Alright" Co-writer
2007 "Last Dance (by Donna Summer) Lead vocal
2011 "Make Me Say Oh"
  • Collaboration with Ron Carroll, appears on Juno virtual compilation Miami 2011 as "Make Me Say Oh (4da Radio Head Mix)".[78]
2013 "See Me Now" Back vocal
  • Recorded for The Life album by rapper Daiyon, issued through his own label DMG.[79]
2014 "Make You Fall" Lead vocal

Unreleased tracks[edit]

Year Song Notes
2000 "I Can't Go for That" (by Hall & Oates)
  • Unreleased collaboration with Steve Hurley from her cancelled album era on his own label. (In 2003, the producer recorded "Runnin' Away" with Sharon Pass, eventually.)[72][81]
"Runnin' Away"
2007 "Wonder Woman"
  • Material from her reunion with former producers R.K. Jackson and Felipe Delgado. Though, original plans included a full-length album due in 2008, the only song that saw its eventual release was "Still I", issued on Heat City/Adrenaline in September 2007.[82]
"Next to Me"
"Right Here"




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Videos[edit]

Music videos[edit]

Year Song Director
1991 "Finally" Claude Borenzweig[83]
1992 "We Got a Love Thang" ?
"Keep On Walkin'" Millicent Shelton[84]
"Inside That I Cried" ?
"Crazy Love" ?
1994 "I'm in the Mood" Antoine Fuqua[85]
"Keep Givin' Me Your Love" ?
"I'm Not Over You" Millicent Shelton[85]
"Hit by Love (US version)"
"Hit by Love (UK version)" ?
1996 "Movin' On (Single version)" Paul Hunter[86]
"Movin' On (Remix)" featuring Suga T
1997 "Finally '97" Claude Borenzweig[83]
2011 "Finally (Oakenfold Mix)" featuring Joyriders T. Adler[87]
2012 "Dance with Me" Colin Pierce
2013 "My Superman" with Ski Johnson Scott Hebert[88]

Video albums[edit]

Year Album details Notes
2008 Divas of Disco with L.Clifford, A Taste of Honey, T.Houston & F.Joli
  • Release date: January 8, 2008 (Europe) / 2009 (US)
  • Studio: ZYX Music (Europe) /RSM (US)
  • Format: DVD
  • Video equivalent of the live album with the same title, from a five star concert performed on April 25, 2007 at Avalon Hollywood. The European edition also included a bonus material, such as biographies and backstage interviews with all singers.[89]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

General
Specific
  1. ^ a b c Davis, Tonya (1991). Female Preacher (Liner Notes) (Compact Disc). Overweight Pooch. US: A&M Records. 
  2. ^ Flick, Larry (1992-06-20). "CeCe Peniston Grows from Club Roots". Billboard Magazine (Nielsen Business Media). p. 16. Retrieved 2010-09-23. 
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j For music recording sales certifications of Peniston's releases, respectively for their sales quota in Canada, use the CRIA link. For her certification in the US and/or the UK, search by her name using additional links, depending on a territory.
  4. ^ a b Hutson, Wendell (2009-06-17). "CeCe Peniston Looking Forward To A Come Back". Chicago Defender. Real Times. BNET.com. Retrieved 2010-09-23. "Peniston was signed, under the A&M Record label when she put out her 1991 debut album 'Finally', which sold over 3 million copies." [dead link]
  5. ^ a b c d e For peak positions of Peniston's singles in the US Billboard dance chart, use the singles link. In order to view also the top dance position of the "Keep on Walkin'" single, use the allmusic link.
    • "CeCe Peniston - US Dance - Singles". Billboard. Nielsen Business Media. billboard.biz. Retrieved 2011-03-19. "Finally" single #1, "We Got a Love Thang" #1, "I'm in the Mood" #1, "I'm Not Over You" #2, "Hit by Love" #1, "Keep Givin' Me Your Love" #4, "He Loves Me 2" #24, "Lifetime to Love" #2" 
    • "CeCe Peniston - US Dance - "Keep On Walkin'". Allmusic. Rovi Corporation. allmusic. Retrieved 2011-03-19. "Keep On Walkin'" #1" 
  6. ^ For peak positions of Peniston's singles in the Canadian RPM Dance/Urban chart, use a specific link. (Note: Up to 1994 RPM published only Top 10 positions for dance/urban category, since 1995 the Top 30 list is effective.)
  7. ^ a b c d e f g For peak positions of Peniston's singles in England, just click at the attached link. For British peak positions of her albums, visit 'View Albums' section.
    • "CeCe Peniston - UK - Albums & Singles". The Official Charts Company. Music Week. theofficialcharts.com. Retrieved 2011-03-19. ""Finally" single #29 (1991), We Got a Love Thang" #6, "I Like It" #58, "Finally" single #2 (1992), "Keep On Walkin'" #10, "Crazy Love" #44, "Inside That I Cried" #42, "I'm in the Mood" #16, "Keep Givin' Me Your Love" #36, "Hit by Love" #33, "Finally" single #26 (1997), "Somebody Else's Guy" #13, Finally album #10, Thought 'Ya Knew #31" 
  8. ^ a b c d For peak positions of Peniston's albums in the US Billboard 200 chart, use the albums link. For peak positions of her singles in the US Billboard Hot 100 chart, use the singles link. In order to view also under Hot 100 positions of the singles "Keep Givin' Me Your Love" and "Before I Lay", you will have to subscribe to billboard.biz website to review their billboard.biz links.
  9. ^ a b c For peak positions of Peniston's albums in Austria, follow the albums link. For Austrian peak positions of her singles, use the singles link:
  10. ^ a b c For peak positions of Peniston's albums in Canada, follow the link of Finally album (her only charting album in RPM 100 to date). For Canadian peak positions of her singles, use a specific single's link.
  11. ^ a b c For peak positions of Peniston's albums in the Netherlands, follow the albums link. For Dutch peak positions of her singles, visit the singles link:
  12. ^ a b c d For peak positions of Peniston's albums in the US Billboard R&B charts, use the albums link. For US R&B peak positions of her singles, use the singles link. In order to view also the US R&B top position of "Keep On Walkin'" single, you will have to subscribe to billboard.biz website to review the billboard.biz link.
    • "CeCe Peniston - US R&B - Albums". Billboard. Nielsen Business Media. billboard.com. Retrieved 2011-03-19. "Finally album #13, Thought 'Ya Knew #20, I'm Movin' On #48" 
    • "CeCe Peniston - US R&B - Singles". Billboard. Nielsen Business Media. billboard.com. Retrieved 2011-03-19. "Finally" single #26, "We Got a Love Thang" #38, "Inside That I Cried" #10, "Crazy Love" #31, "I'm in the Mood" #7, "I'm Not Over You" #10, "Hit by Love" #47, "Movin' On" #29, "Before I Lay" #52" 
    • "CeCe Peniston - US R&B - "Keep On Walkin'". Billboard. Nielsen Business Media. 92-08-08. billboard.biz. Retrieved 2011-03-20. "Keep On Walkin' #3" 
  13. ^ "Show History by Year > 1993 Soul Train Music Awards". Soul Train. Soul Train Holdings. 1993-03-09. soul-train-music-awards.co.tv. Retrieved 2010-09-23. [dead link]
  14. ^ a b c d For peak positions of Peniston's albums in Switzerland, use the albums link. For Swiss peak positions of her singles, view the singles link.
  15. ^ a b c For official peak positions of Peniston's albums in Japan, check the albums link. For Japanese airplay peak positions of her singles, check the singles link pre-selecting the dates as quoted in brackets.
    • "CeCe Peniston - Japan - Albums". オリコン (in Japanese). Oricon. oricon.co.jp. Retrieved 2011-03-19. "Thought 'Ya Knew ソート・ヤー・ニュー #66" 
    • "CeCe Peniston - Japan - Airplay Singles". J-WAVE (in Japanese and English). J-WAVE. j-wave.co.jp. Retrieved 2011-03-19. "Finally" single #2 (92-03-08), "We Got a Love Thang" #3 (92-04-12), "I'm in the Mood" #1 (94-02-13), "I Will Be Received" #64 (94-03-20), "I'm Not Over You" #94 (94-07-03), "Hit by Love" #35 (94-10-16), "Movin' On" #30 (96-09-29) and "Somebody Else's Guy" #26 (98-04-12)" 
  16. ^ Promis, Jose F. "I'm Movin' On Review". Allmusic. Rovi Corporation. allmusic.com. Retrieved 2011-03-20. 
  17. ^ a b For peak positions of Peniston's featured singles in the US Billboard dance chart, use a link, depending on a single's title. To view the US Dance top position of David Longoria's single "Deeper Love", you will have to subscribe to billboard.biz website to review also the billboard.biz link.
  18. ^ "We Got a Love That Dare Not Speak Its Name Thang: An Interview with CeCe Peniston". Boy Culture. TypePad. 2011-06-13. boyculture.typepad.com. Retrieved 2011-07-29. "What will the rest of your new CD—coming in August—sound like?" 
  19. ^ "West Swagg Music Group -> About". West Swagg Music Group. (West Swagg Music Group). westswagg.com. Retrieved 2011-09-21. "Peniston, one of the most successful dance club artists in the history of US Billboard Hot Dance Music/Club Play, selling over 10 million records worldwide has returned to the music scene, after 15 years." 
  20. ^ a b For peak positions of Peniston's albums in Germany, see the albums link. For German peak positions of her singles, check the singles link:
  21. ^ "The Sisters of Glory - US - Albums". Billboard. Nielsen Business Media. billboard.com. Retrieved 2011-03-19. "Good News in Hard Times by The Sisters of Glory #29" 
  22. ^ To review the original source, you will have to subscribe to billboard.biz website to access the billboard.biz link.
    • Paolletta, Michael (2001-05-01). "Where Have All The Divas Gone?". Billboard. Nielsen Business Media. billboard.biz. Retrieved 2011-03-19. "In comparison, Peniston's 1991 album, Finally, has sold 554,000 copies." 
  23. ^ "CeCe Peniston - Finally/We Got a Love Thang: Remix Collection (ファイナリー/ウイ・ガット・ア・ラブ・サング) - Japan". オリコン (in Japanese). Oricon. oricon.co.jp. Retrieved 2011-03-19. 
  24. ^ "CeCe Peniston - Remix Collection (リミックス・コレクション) - Japan". オリコン (in Japanese). Oricon. oricon.co.jp. Retrieved 2011-03-19. 
  25. ^ "CeCe Peniston - The Best of CeCe Peniston". Discogs. Zink Media. discogs.com. Retrieved 2011-03-19. 
  26. ^ "CeCe Peniston - Essential". Discogs. Zink Media. discogs.com. Retrieved 2011-03-19. 
  27. ^ "CeCe Peniston - Essential (Universal International, 2004)". 2004, CD, Universal International, #544189. Rovi Corporation. allmusic.com. Retrieved 2011-03-19. 
  28. ^ "CeCe Peniston and Vesta Williams - Winning Combinations". Discogs. Zink Media. discogs.com. Retrieved 2011-03-19. 
  29. ^ "CeCe Peniston - The Millennium Collection: The Best of CeCe Peniston". Discogs. Zink Media. discogs.com. Retrieved 2011-03-19. 
  30. ^ "CeCe Peniston, Thelma Houston, Linda Clifford, A Taste of Honey & France Joli - Divas of Disco: Live (CD)". Discogs. Zink Media. discogs.com. Retrieved 2011-03-19. 
  31. ^ "CeCe Peniston - Finally - Double LP, EU, #379 182-1". Discogs. Zink Media. discogs.com. Retrieved 2011-03-19. 
  32. ^ "CeCe Peniston - Finally - CD, UK, #379 182-2". Discogs. Zink Media. discogs.com. Retrieved 2011-03-19. 
  33. ^ "CeCe Peniston - Finally - CS, UK, #379 182-4". Discogs. Zink Media. discogs.com. Retrieved 2011-03-19. 
  34. ^ "CeCe Peniston - Thought 'Ya Knew - Double LP, UK, #540 201-1". Discogs. Zink Media. discogs.com. Retrieved 2011-03-19. 
  35. ^ "CeCe Peniston - Thought 'Ya Knew - CD, EU, #540 201-2". Discogs. Zink Media. discogs.com. Retrieved 2011-03-19. 
  36. ^ "CeCe Peniston - Thought 'Ya Knew - CD, JP, #POCM-1047". Discogs. Zink Media. discogs.com. Retrieved 2011-03-19. 
  37. ^ "CeCe Peniston - I'm Movin' On - CD, Japan, #POCM-1180". Discogs. Zink Media. discogs.com. Retrieved 2011-03-19. 
  38. ^ "CeCe Peniston - I'm Movin' On - CD, AU, #540 589-2". Discogs. Zink Media. discogs.com. Retrieved 2011-03-19. 
  39. ^ "CeCe Peniston - I'm Movin' On - CD, EU, #540 589-2". Discogs. Zink Media. discogs.com. Retrieved 2011-03-19. 
  40. ^ "CeCe Peniston - I'm Movin' On - CS, EU, #540 589-4". Discogs. Zink Media. discogs.com. Retrieved 2011-03-19. 
  41. ^ "CeCe Peniston - I'm Movin' On - CD, US, Promo, #31454 0562-2 ADV". Discogs. Zink Media. discogs.com. Retrieved 2011-03-19. 
  42. ^ "CeCe Peniston - Finally 1997 - CD, UK, #540 808-2". Discogs. Zink Media. discogs.com. Retrieved 2011-03-19. 
  43. ^ "CeCe Peniston - Best Of - UK, Promo, CS 540 880-4". Discogs. Zink Media. discogs.com. Retrieved 2011-03-19. 
  44. ^ "CeCe Peniston - Essential: Third Coast Catalogue – North America, Promo, CD". Discogs. Zink Media. discogs.com. Retrieved 2011-03-19. 
  45. ^ "CeCe Peniston - The Heart & Soul of CeCe Peniston, EP, US, Promo, #75021 7388-2". Discogs. Zink Media. discogs.com. Retrieved 2011-03-19. 
  46. ^ "CeCe Peniston (EP) - Releases". Discogs. Zink Media. discogs.com. Retrieved 2011-03-19. 
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  64. ^ "CeCe Peniston – Soul of American Music (1994)". Trombone Videos. Trombone Videos. 2011-04-18. trombonevideos.com. Retrieved 2011-07-10. "Goody, Goody", CeCe Peniston performing a tribute tο Della Reese οn thе TV special Celebrate of thе Soul οf American Music (1994) wіth thе HB Barnum orchestra" 
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  68. ^ Merry Arizona II: Desert Stars Shine at Christmas (Liner Notes) (Compact Disc). Various artists. US: United Cerebral Palsy. 1996. 
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  74. ^ DJ Mum's, DJ K-Ees (2004). Tribute to the Disco Funk (Liner Notes) (Compact Disc). Various artists. France: SMM. 
  75. ^ "Hit Me Baby 1 More Time, Episode 1: This Could Be the Night". Reality News Online. 2005-06-03. realitynewsonline.com. Retrieved 2011-03-19. "CeCe Peniston performs Faith Hill's "There You'll Be" 
  76. ^ "RaShaan Houston Official Website - Biography". Rashaan Houston. rashaanhouston.com. Retrieved 2011-03-11. "In 2006, RaShaan released his most favorably reviewed track to date, 'It's Alright', co-written by music icon, CeCe Peniston and George Jackson" 
  77. ^ Divas of Disco: Live (Liner Notes) (Compact Disc). CeCe Peniston, Thelma Houston, Linda Clifford, A Taste of Honey, France Joli. US: Pegasus. 2010. 
  78. ^ "Miami 2011". Juno Download. Juno Records. 2011-03-21. junodownload.com. Retrieved 2011-03-21. 
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  84. ^ To access the original article, you will need to subscribe to billboard.biz website to review the archive."Millicent Shelton Blazes a Trail as Video Director". Billboard. Nielsen Business Media. 1992-06-06. billboard.biz. Retrieved 2011-03-16. "Recent work includes "Keep On Walkin'" for CeCe Peniston" 
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