Jimmy Somerville discography

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Jimmy Somerville discography

Jimmy Somerville performing live during
the Here and Now Tour on 25 June 2011.
Releases
Studio albums 8
Live albums 9
Compilation albums 9
EPs 3
Singles 41
Video albums 5
Music videos 25
Remix albums 2
Other appearances 12

Scottish singer-songwriter Jimmy Somerville entered the music industry as the lead vocalist of the British pop band Bronski Beat. The trio, originally co-founded along with Steve Bronski and Larry Steinbachek, scored an international success with their debut single entitled "Smalltown Boy". The composition topped the singles charts in Italy,[1] the Netherlands,[2] as well the Hot Dance Club Play list in the United States.[3] Having reached the top-ten in a number of other countries in addition, such as Canada,[4] the Switzerland,[5] Germany,[6] France,[7] Ireland,[8] New Zealand[9] and the UK (at number three),[10] the single was certified Gold and Silver by the Canadian Recording Industry Association (CRIA)[11] and British Phonographic Industry (BPI).[12] The band's debut album The Age of Consent (1984), released through London Records, matched the sales of the first single. While peaking at number four in England and number 36 in the States, the set received two platinum certifications from both the CRIA[11] and BPI.[12]

According to the Syndicat National de l'Édition Phonographique, Somerville himself sold 1,422,905 albums and singles in France as of 2009. While additional 1,765,500 units in common with the Communards.[13]

Albums[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Year Album details Peak chart positions Sales Thresholds
AT
[14]
CA
[15]
CH
[16]
DE
[17]
FR
[18]
IT
[19]
NL
[20]
NZ
[21]
UK
[22]
U.S.
[23]
1984 The Age of Consent[A] with Bronski Beat 7 4 14 4 5 4 36
1986 Communards with The Communards
  • Released: July 1986
  • Label: London Records (#828 016)
  • Format: LP, MC, CD, (download)
10 15 8 18 5 7 90
1987 Red with The Communards
  • Released: October 1987
  • Label: London Records (#828 066)
  • Format: LP, MC, CD, (download)
15 20 22 3 19 32 29 4 93
Solo albums
1989 Read My Lips
  • Released: 27 November 1989
  • Label: London Records (#828 166)
  • Format: LP, MC, CD, (download)
29 6 25 29 192
1995 Dare to Love
  • Released: July 1995
  • Label: London Records (#828 540)
  • Format: LP, MC, CD, (download)
45 79 38
1999 Manage the Damage
  • Released: 14 June 1999
  • Label: Gut Records (#GUT CD8)
  • Format: CD, (download)
2004 Home Again 48
2009 Suddenly Last Summer
  • Released: 19 May 2009
  • Label: Jess E Musique/Cherry Red (#SFE 003)
  • Format: CD/DVD, download
"—" denotes an album that did not chart or was not released in that region.
Additional charts

Remix albums[edit]

Year Album details Peak chart positions Sales Thresholds
AT
[14]
CA
[15]
CH
[16]
DE
[17]
FR
[18]
IT
[19]
NL
[20]
NZ
[21]
UK
[22]
U.S.
[23]
1985 Hundreds & Thousands[B] with Bronski Beat
  • Released: 1985
  • Label: London Records (#820 291)
  • Format: LP, MC, CD, (download)
24
2000 Root Beer
  • Released: 8 August 2000
  • Label: Gut Records/Instinct Records (#INS 531)
  • Format: CD, (download)
"—" denotes an album that did not chart or was not released in that region.
Additional charts
  • B ^ In the U.S. the Hundred & Thousands album has charted as EP on the Hot Dance Club Play chart at number 18.[23]

Live albums[edit]

Year Album details Notes
1985 Bronski Beat perform at the Hammersmith Odeon with Bronski Beat
  • Archive concert of Bronski Beat from 29 November 1984 at the Hammersmith Odeon (on LP released as part of The BBC in Concert Series). Bronski Beat's tracks included "Need a Man Blues", "Screaming", "Love & Money", "No More War", "Smalltown Boy", "We Go Together (Junk)", "Heatwave", "Why", "Close to the Edge" & "It Ain’t Necessarily So"
1986 Live In Italy `86 with The Communards
  • Released: 1987
  • Label: Bootleg
  • Format: Picture LP
  • The Communards Live at Torino 1986 included "Disenchanted", "When The Walls Come Tumbling Down", "Lover Man", "Heavens Above", "La Dola Rosa", "You Are My World", "Don´t Slip Away", "Breadline Britain", "Tracks Of My Tears", "Don´t Leave Me This Way".
Oxford Apollo Theatre with The Communards
  • Released: 4 December 1986
  • Label: FM Stereo Recording Bootleg
  • Format: FM Stereo Recording - CD-R
  • The Communards Live at Oxford Apollo Theatre 1986 included "Johnny Verso", "Never No More", "Disenchanted", "Forbidden Love", "When The Walls Come Tumbling Down", "So Cold The Night", "You Are My World", "Don't Leave Me This Way", "La Dola Rosa", "Never Can Say Goodbye", "C Minor".
1987 In Concert featuring The Communards with The Communards
  • Released: 1987
  • Label: BBC – Transcription Services IC0403
  • Format: LP
  • Concert Radio-Show. The Communards Live at the Oxford Apollo included "Disenchanted", "Matter Of Opinion", "When The Walls Come Tumbling Down", "So Cold The Night", "You Are My World", "Heavens Above", "Don`t Leave Me This Way", "Don`t Slip Away", "Reprise", "Never Can Say Goodbye", "Czardas".
1988 In Concert featuring The Communards with The Communards
  • Released: 1988
  • Label: BBC – Transcription Services In Concert 429 – CN5111S
  • Format: LP
  • Concert Radio-Show. The Communards Live at the Hammersmith Odeon 1987 included "Disenchanted", "Matter Of Opinion", "Victims", "C´Minor", "Don`t Slip Away", "Hold On Tight", "Don`t Leave Me This Way", "So Cold The Night", "You Are My World", "For A Friend", "Theres More To Love", "Never Can Say Goodbye".
Storm Paris with The Communards
  • Released: 1988
  • Label: London Records (#LONZ 166)
  • Format: 3x12" single set
  • Live recordings from a concert in Olympia in Paris, France from December 1987, also released in UK on three separate 12-inch singles (with "For a Friend" as the lead track).
1989 Live at Full House with The Communards
  • Released: 1989
  • Label: Warner
  • Format: LD (Japan only)
  • Ten track album, featuring "Sentimental Journey", "Disenchanted", "Never No More", "Forbidden Love", "Interview", "Lover Man", "Reprise", "You Are My World", "Don't Slip Away", and "Don't Leave Me This Way".
1991 Radio at its best BBC Transcription with Jimmy Somerville
  • Released: 1991
  • Label: BBC – Transcription Services
  • Format: CD IC0521
  • Twelve track album, featuring "Intro", "I Feel Love", "Read My Lips", "Don`t Know What To Do Without You", "Heaven Here On Earth", "To Love Somebody", "Don`t Leave Me This Way", "For A Friend", "My Heart Is In Your Hand", "Never Can Say Goodbye", "Why", "Better the Devil", "Smalltown Boy".
1996 Coca Cola Planet Live LTDED From The Norwich Waterfront On Britains Eastcoast with Jimmy Somerville
  • Released: 1996
  • Label: Austereo MCM
  • Format: Promo CD PL/JS1/01
  • Sixteen track album, featuring "To Love Somebody/Safe/You Are My World", "Dare To Love/By Your Side/Don't Leave Me This Way/Hurts So Good", "Alright/So Cold The Night/For A Friend/Smalltown Boy", "Someday/Because Of Him/Heartbeat", "Interview Cut A", "Interview Cut B".
2006 Live at Full House with The Communards
  • Released: 2006
  • Label: in-akustik GmbH & Co.KG
  • Format: DVD
  • Fifteen track DVD, featuring "Intro Alan Bangs", "Sentimental Journey", "Johnny Verso", "Never No More", "Forbidden Love", "Disenchanted", "When The Walls Come Tumbling Down", "Lover Man", "Heavens Above", "La Dola Rosa", "So Cold The Night", "You Are My World", "Don’t Slip Away", "Reprise", "Don’t Leave Me This Way", Extra Feature: Interview - Alan Bangs with Jimmy Somerville and Richard Coles, October 1986, Hanover.
The album did not chart.

Compilations[edit]

Year Album details Peak chart positions Sales Thresholds
AT
[14]
CA
[15]
CH
[16]
DE
[17]
FR
[18]
IT
[19]
NL
[20]
NZ
[21]
UK
[22]
U.S.
[23]
1989 Best
1990 The Singles Collection 1984/1990[C]
  • Released: 12 November 1990
  • Label: London Records (#828 226)
  • Format: LP, MC, CD
10 4 12 6 30 4
  • FR: Platinum[24]
    • + 2xGold[24] (in 2001)
1991 Master Series
  • Released: 1991
  • Label: London Records (#828 761)
  • Format: CD
1993 Heaven with The Communards
2001 The Very Best of Jimmy Somerville, Bronski Beat and The Communards
  • Released: 3 September 2001
  • Label: London Records (#0927 48840)
  • Format: 2CD, (download)
49 15 29
2002 The Essentials
2005 Het Beste Van The Communards with The Communards
2006 The Platinum Collection with The Communards
2009 For a Friend: The Best of Bronski Beat, The Communards & Jimmy Somerville
"—" denotes an album that did not chart or was not released in that region.
Additional charts

Extended plays[edit]

Year Album details Notes
2010 Bright Thing
  • Released: November 2010
  • Label: Jess E Musique
  • Format: CD, download
  • Four tracks EP, featuring: "Overload", "Bright Thing", "Hearts" and "Freak". Deluxe edition included also remixes "Overload (Felix Gauder Remix) [Radio Cut]", "Bright Thing (Robert Dietz Remix) [Radio Edit]", "Freak (Thomas Schumacher Remix) [Radio Edit]" and "Freak (Julien Chaptal Remix)".
2011 Momentum
  • Released: 27 June 2011
  • Label: Jess E Musique
  • Format: CD, download
  • Seven tracks EP, featuring five songs: "Mountains", "Make Way Jerusalem", "The Core", "Was like a Thunder" and "Amen". In addition, also two mixes by John Winfield are present (of "Mountains" and "The Core").
2012 Solent
  • Released: 25 May 2012
  • Label: Jess E Musique
  • Format: download
  • Eight tracks digital EP, featuring: "Some Wonder", "Kite (Siriusmo Remix)", "Taken Away", "Reconciliation", "Why Did It End This Way", "Some Wonder (Felix Gauder Remix Full Length)", "Taken Away (Fred Falke Remix Full Length)" and "Some Wonder (Johnny Winfield Remix)".
None of the EPs did chart.

Singles[edit]

As lead artist[edit]

Year Single Peak chart positions Thresholds Album
AT
[28]
CA
[4]
CH
[5]
DE
[6]
FR
[7]
IT
[1]
NL
[2]
NZ
[9]
UK
[10]
U.S.
DC
[3]
100
[29]
1989 "Comment te dire adieu?"[D] with June Miles-Kingston 25 3 47 26 14 Read My Lips
1990 "You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real)"[E] 22 7 32 49 5 34 87
"Read My Lips (Enough Is Enough)"[F] 57 29 26
"To Love Somebody"[G] 5 11 20 15 9 4 5 8 The Singles Collection 1984/1990
1991 "Smalltown Boy (1991 Remix)"[H] with Bronski Beat 28 72 32
"Run from Love"[I] featuring Claudia Brücken 98 27 52
1995 "Heartbeat"[J] 54 22 24 1 Dare to Love
"Hurt So Good" 69 15
"By Your Side" 41
1997 "Safe"[K] 39 single only
"Dark Sky" 66 Manage the Damage
1999 "Something to Live for" 100
"Lay Down"
2000 "Why (Almighty Mixes)"[K2] single(s) only
2001 "Can't Take My Eyes Off You" 46
2004 "It's So Good" Home Again
"Come On"
"Ain't No Mountain High Enough" 88
"—" denotes a single that did not chart or was not released in that region.
Additional charts
  • D ^ "Comment te dire adieu?" peaked at number 3 in Ireland,[8] and at number 21 on the Belgian VRT Top 30 chart.[30]
  • E ^ "You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real)" peaked at number 2 in Ireland[8] and at number 28 on the Belgian VRT Top 30.[30] On the U.S. Hot Dance Singles Sales, the song charted at number 36.[31]
  • F ^ "Read My Lips (Enough Is Enough)" peaked at number 13 in Ireland.[8]
  • G ^ "To Love Somebody" peaked at number 7 in Ireland[8] and at number 26 on the Belgian VRT Top 30.[30]
  • H ^ "Smalltown Boy (1991 Remix)" peaked at number 16 in Ireland.[8] Unlike the original release of the Bronski Beat single from 1984, Somerville was credited as the lead artist in 1991.
  • I ^ "Run from Love" peaked at number 29 in Ireland.[8] Unlike the original release of the Bronski Beat promotional single from 1985, Somerville was credited as the lead artist in 1991.
  • J ^ "Heartbeat" peaked at number 26 on the Belgian VRT Top 30,[30] while at number 44 on the Ultratop 50.[32] On the U.S. Hot Dance Singles Sales, it peaked at number 15.[31]
  • K ^ "Safe" topped the Spanish singles chart.[33]
  • K2 ^ Unlike the original release of the Bronski Beat single "Why?" from 1984, Somerville was credited as the lead artist on its re-issue in 2000.

As featured artist[edit]

Year Single Peak chart positions Thresholds Album
AT
[28]
CA
[4]
CH
[5]
DE
[6]
FR
[7]
IT
[1]
NL
[2]
NZ
[9]
UK
[10]
U.S.
DC
[3]
100
[29]
1984 "Smalltown Boy"[L] with Bronski Beat 9 2 3 8 1 5 3 1 48 The Age of Consent
"Why?"[M] with Bronski Beat 31 7 5 13 6 11 6 27
"It Ain't Necessarily So"[N] with Bronski Beat 31 33 21 27 16
1985 "I Feel Love (Medley)"[O] with Bronski Beat & Marc Almond 23 16 28 11 3 Hundreds & Thousands
"You Are My World"[P] with The Communards 59 16 29 30 Communards
1986 "Suspicious Minds"[Q] with Fine Young Cannibals 21 37 21 14 8 23 Fine Young Cannibals
"Disenchanted"[R] with The Communards 47 29 Communards
"Don't Leave Me This Way"[S] with The Communards & Sarah Jane Morris 19 2 5 6 5 1 1 40
"So Cold the Night"[T] with The Communards 13 10 14 17 8 44 8 25
1987 "You Are My World '87"[U] with The Communards 59 23 21
"Tomorrow"[V] with The Communards 23 25 32 10 31 23 Red
"Hold On Tight" with The Communards
"Never Can Say Goodbye"[W] with The Communards 6 12 6 9 42 3 6 4 2 51
1988 "For a Friend"[X] with The Communards 35 28
"There's More to Love"[Y] with The Communards 34 20
"The Last Infanta" with Uno Uno
1989 "Do They Know It's Christmas?"[Z] with Band Aid II 24 23 20 8 1 single(s) only
1994 "Smalltown Boy (1994 Remix)" with Bronski Beat
1995 "Why? (1995 Remix)" with Bronski Beat Rainbow Nation
1996 "Respect: The Single" with United Against Racism single only
"Star" with The Weather Girls Think Big!
1997 "The Number One Song in Heaven" with Sparks 70 28 Plagiarism
2007 "You & Me" with Blu-ray Clubland 10
2011 "I Believe in Love (Remix)" with Arthur Baker single only
2012 "Take Me There" with Scratch Massive Nuit de rêve
"—" denotes a single that did not chart or was not released in that region.
Additional charts
  • L ^ The original release of the "Smalltown Boy" single peaked at number 4 in Ireland[8] and at number 28 on the Belgian VRT Top 30.[30] On the U.S. component Hot Dance Singles Sales, it charted at number 4.[31]
  • M ^ "Why?" peaked at number 4 on the Belgian VRT Top 30[30] and at number 6 in Ireland.[8] The song also charted at number 20 on the U.S. Hot Dance Singles Sales.[31]
  • N ^ "It Ain't Necessarily So" peaked at number 21 on the Belgian VRT Top 30[30] and at number 26 in Ireland.[8]
  • O ^ "I Feel Love (Medley)" peaked at number 3 in Ireland[8] and at number 21 on the Belgian VRT Top 30.[30] On the U.S. Hot Dance Singles Sales, the single reached number 50.[31]
  • P ^ The original version of the "You Are My World" single peaked at number 7 in Ireland.[8]
  • Q ^ "Suspicious Minds" peaked at number 9 in Ireland,[8] at number 20 on the Belgian VRT Top 30[30] and at number 49 on the U.S. Hot Dance Singles Sales chart.[31]
  • R ^ "Disenchanted" peaked at number 20 in Ireland[8] and at number 43 on the U.S. Hot Dance Singles Sales chart.[31]
  • S ^ "Don't Leave Me This Way" peaked at number 1 in Ireland,[8] at number 2 on the Australian Singles Chart,[34] at number 3 on the U.S. Hot Dance Singles Sales chart[31] and at number 13 on the Belgian VRT Top 30.[30] and at number
  • T ^ "So Cold the Night" peaked at number 4 in Ireland[8] and at number 29 on the Belgian VRT Top 30.[30]
  • U ^ The 1987's remix of the "You Are My World" single also peaked at number 7 in Ireland,[8] while at number 26 on the Belgian VRT Top 30.[30]
  • V ^ "Tomorrow" peaked at number 4 in Ireland.[8]
  • W ^ "Never Can Say Goodbye" peaked at number 2 in Ireland[8] and at number 17 on the Belgian VRT Top 30.[30] On the U.S. Hot Dance Singles Sales chart, it climbed to number 3.[31]
  • X ^ "For a Friend" peaked at number 12 in Ireland[8] and at number 19 on the Belgian VRT Top 30.[30]
  • Y ^ "There's More to Love" peaked at number 10 in Ireland.[8]
  • Z ^ The charity single "Do They Know It's Christmas?" peaked at number 1 in Ireland[8] and at number 20 on the Belgian VRT Top 30.[30]

Promotional singles[edit]

Year Single U.S. Notes
DC
[3]
1985 "Run from Love" with Bronski Beat 18
  • Originally a DJ single only, released as support of Hundreds & Thousands album.
"Hard Rain" with Bronski Beat
  • B-side of "Run from Love" single, also issued in the UK as the lead track of four track promotional EP NME Readers' Poll Winners '84 by NME.
"Breadline Britain" with The Communards
  • Originally a B-side of the "You Are My World" single. As a promo single issued by Jamming!.
1991 "Why Aren’t You in Love with Me?" with Banderas
  • Collaboration with Banderas, released on his own Ripe on London Records.
1993 "Coming"
  • U.S. promotional single, released as the main theme on the Orlando soundtrack.
"Gimme Shelter" with Voice of the Beehive
"—" denotes a single that did not chart or was not released in that region.

Other appearances[edit]

Year Single Notes
1989 "I Believe in Love" with Arthur Baker
  • Original version of the song recorded for Baker's Merge album.
"One Fine Day" with Carmel
  • Appears on the best-of Set Me Free by Carmel.
1990 "From This Moment On"
1993 "Eliza"
  • The second recorded for the soundtrack Orlando (film)#Soundtrack|Orlando]]. Also released as B-side of the U.S. single "Coming".
1995 "So Long Babe"
  • Two tracks released on the soundtrack Postcards from Amerika.
"Postcards from America Suite"
1998 "Words (J+S Mix)" by Low
  • A track remixed by Somerville in common with Sally Herbert for Low album owL Remix.
2004 "Child"
  • Bonus track released only on download version of Home Again album.
2006 "I Was Born This Way…" with Craig C.
2007 "You Are My World (Live)"
"Something to Live for (Live)"
2008 "I Will" with Mystéfy
  • Released as bonus track on Mystéfy's album Spark Within.

Videos[edit]

Video albums[edit]

Year Album details Notes
1985 The First Chapter with Bronski Beat
  • Released: 1985
  • Label: PolyGram/Warner (#041 226)
  • Format: VHS, LD (Japan only, #JM038-8002)
  • Four track release, featuring music videos: "Smalltown Boy", "Why?", "It Ain't Necessarily So" and "I Feel Love (Medley)"
1986 The Video Singles with The Communards
  • Released: 1986
  • Label: Castle Music (#CMV 1007)
  • Format: VHS
  • Four track release, featuring music videos: "You Are My World", "Disenchanted", "Don't Leave Me This Way" and "So Cold the Night"
1989 Live at Full House with The Communards
  • Released: 1989
  • Label: Warner
  • Format: LD (Japan only)
  • Ten track album, featuring "Sentimental Journey", "Disenchanted", "Never No More", "Forbidden Love", "Interview", "Lover Man", "Reprise", "You Are My World", "Don't Slip Away", and "Don't Leave Me This Way".
1990 The Video Collection 1984/1990
  • Released: 1990
  • Label: London Records (#082 672)
  • Format: VHS
  • Seventeen track release and a video equivalent of the greatest hits compilation The Singles Collection 1984/1990. While excluding "Run from Love" single, the video version features "Dancing Queen" music video in addition.
2006 Live at Full House with The Communards
  • Released: 31 July 2006
  • Label: ARD Video (#ARDVI 070)
  • Format: DVD (only Germany)
  • Video release featuring a live TV concert from Hannover, Germany, originally recorded on 10 February 1987. It features in total fifteen tracks.

Music videos[edit]

Year Song Direction Video album
1984 "Smalltown Boy" The First Chapter with Bronski Beat
"Why?"
"It Ain't Necessarily So"
1985 "I Feel Love (Medley)"
"You Are My World"
  • Constantine Giannaris & Lovers[35]
The Video Singles with The Communards
1986 "Disenchanted"
"Disenchanted (Live)" N/A Days Like These with Red Wedge
"Don't Leave Me This Way (Live)" N/A
"Don't Leave Me This Way" The Video Singles with The Communards
"So Cold the Night"
1987 "Tomorrow" The Video Collection 1984/1990
"Never Can Say Goodbye"
1988 "For a Friend"
"There's More To Love"
  • The Molotov Brothers[35]
"Dancing Queen"[Z] N/A
1989 "Do They Know It's Christmas?" N/A Do They Know It's Christmas?
"Comment te dire adieu?" The Video Collection 1984/1990
1990 "You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real)"
"Read My Lips (Enough Is Enough)"
"To Love Somebody"
1990 "From This Moment On"[Z2]
1995 "Heartbeat" N/A music video(s) only
"Hurt So Good" N/A
1997 "Dark Sky" N/A
1999 "Something to Live for" N/A
Notes
  • Z ^ "Dancing Queen" was taken from the Friday Night Live show performed with The Communards.[35]
  • Z2 ^ "From This Moment On" was also issued on VHS Red Hot + Blue by various artists, released on DVD in 2006.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

General
Specific
  1. ^ a b c For peak positions of Somerville's singles in the Netherlands, use a link depending on a name of lead artist:
  2. ^ a b c For peak positions of Somerville's singles in the Netherlands, use a link depending on a release:
  3. ^ a b c d For peak positions of Somerville's singles on the U.S. Hot Dance Club Play, use a link depending on a release:
  4. ^ a b c For peak positions of Somerville's singles in the Canada, use a link depending on a release:
  5. ^ a b c For peak positions of Somerville's singles in the Switzerland, use a link depending on a release:
  6. ^ a b c For peak positions of Somerville's singles in the Germany, use a link depending on a release:
  7. ^ a b c For peak positions of Somerville's singles in the France, use a link depending on a release:
  8. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v For peak positions of Somerville's singles in the Ireland, search for a specific release using the link below:
  9. ^ a b c For peak positions of Somerville's singles in the New Zealand, use a link depending on a release:
  10. ^ a b c For peak positions of Somerville's singles in the United Kingdom, use a link depending on a release:
  11. ^ a b c d For music recording sales certifications received by Somerville in Canada, use the CRIA link:
  12. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l For music recording sales certifications received by Somerville in the United Kingdom, search for his awards using the IFPI link:
  13. ^ Les Ventes par Artiste de 1955 à fin 2009 (in French)
  14. ^ a b c For peak positions of Somerville's albums in the Austria, use a link depending on a release:
  15. ^ a b c For peak positions of Somerville's albums in the Canada, use a link depending on a release:
  16. ^ a b c For peak positions of Somerville's albums in the Switzerland, use a link depending on a release:
  17. ^ a b c For peak positions of Somerville's albums in the Germany, use a link depending on a release:
  18. ^ a b c For peak positions of Somerville's albums in the France, search for his releases using the link:
  19. ^ a b c For peak positions of Somerville's albums in the Italy, use a link depending on a release:
  20. ^ a b c For peak positions of Somerville's albums in the Netherlands, use a link depending on a release:
  21. ^ a b c For peak positions of Somerville's albums in the New Zealand, use a link depending on a release:
  22. ^ a b c For peak positions of Somerville's albums in the United Kingdom, use a link depending on a release:
  23. ^ a b c d For peak positions of Somerville's albums in the United States, use a link depending on a release:
  24. ^ a b c d e f g h i j For music recording sales certifications received by Somerville in France, use a link depending on a release and/or search for his awards using the SNEP link, respectively:
  25. ^ a b
  26. ^ a b For peak positions of Somerville's albums in the Sweden, use a link depending on a release:
  27. ^ For peak positions of Somerville's albums in the Hungary, use a link depending on a release:
  28. ^ a b For peak positions of Somerville's singles in the Austria, use a link depending on a release:
  29. ^ a b For peak positions of Somerville's singles on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100, use a link depending on a release:
  30. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o For peak positions of Somerville's singles on the Belgian VRT Top 30, use a link depending on a release:
  31. ^ a b c d e f g h i For peak positions of Somerville's singles on the U.S. Hot Dance Singles Sales, use a link depending on a release:
  32. ^ For peak positions of Somerville's singles on the Belgian Ultratop 50, use a link depending on a release:
  33. ^ For peak positions of Somerville's singles in the Spain, use a link depending on a release:
  34. ^ For peak positions of Somerville's singles in the Australia, use a link depending on a release:
  35. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k Music Video Directors
  36. ^ "From This Moment On" - Video Director

External links[edit]