Lucie Silvas discography

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Lucie Silvas discography
Releases
Studio albums 3
EPs 1
Singles 12
Music videos 10

The discography of the British singer-songwriter Lucie Silvas consists of two studio albums, one promotional EP and 12 single releases.

Silvas debuted in 2000 with the song "It's Too Late", from the Forget Me Not EP, the single was not successful, charting at 62 in the UK music charts. Between this and the release of her next single Silvas wrote songs for various other pop artists, including Gareth Gates and Rachel Stevens.

The release of "What You're Made of" in 2004 was her first successful single, charting number 7 in the UK Official Top 40, and released in 8 other countries. The release of her first studio album Breathe In met relative success, reaching platinum status in the UK, where it reached number 11, and the Netherlands where it topped the charts at number one. Her second studio album The Same Side in 2006 charted at number 5 in the Netherlands but only managed 62 in the UK. Silvas stated that she was taking a more laid back approach and did not feel the need to prove her vocal abilities. Silvas is currently working on a new album Letters to Ghosts, with teaser videos linked from her Twitter and Facebook pages.

Albums[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Title Album details Peak chart positions Certifications
UK AUT FR NL SP
Breathe In 11 13 50 1 7
  • UK: Platinum
  • NL: Platinum
  • SP: Platinum
The Same Side
  • Released: 23 October 2006
  • Label: Mercury
  • Formats: CD, digital download
62 5 31
  • NL: Gold
Letters to Ghosts
  • Released: TBA 2013
  • Label:
  • Formats: CD, digital download
To be released

Extended plays[edit]

Title Album details
Forget Me Not
  • Released: 2000
  • Label: Chrysalis
  • Formats: CD

Singles[edit]

Year Single Peak chart positions Album
UK AUT BE EU GER IRE NL SWE SWI
2000 "It's Too Late" 62 Forget Me Not
2004 "What You're Made of" 7 22 63 27 73 19 28 21 46 Breathe In
2005 "Breathe In" 6 39 86 34 41
"The Game Is Won" 38
"Don't Look Back" 34 48
"Nothing Else Matters" 160 38 13
"Forget Me Not" 76 48
2006 "Everytime I Think of You"
(with Marco Borsato)
5 88 1 The Same Side
"Last Year" 79 114 66
2007 "Sinking In"
2014 "Letters to Ghosts" Letters to Ghosts
"—" denotes single that did not chart or was not released

Guest singles[edit]

Year Single Peak chart positions Album
AUT BE EU FR GER SWI
2006 "Même Si (What You're Made of)"
(Grégory Lemarchal and Lucie Silvas)
11 21 2 26 Olympia 06
"The Only Ones"
(Reamonn featuring Lucie Silvas)
26 96 23 37 Wish
"—" denotes single that did not chart or was not released

Music videos[edit]

Year Song Director(s)
2004 "What You're Made of"
2005 "Breathe In"
"The Game Is Won"
"Don't Look Back"
"Nothing Else Matters"
"Forget Me Not"
2006 "Même Si (What You're Made of)"
(with Grégory Lemarchal)
"The Only Ones" (with Reamonn)
"Last Year"
2007 "Sinking In"

Other contributions[edit]

Year Song Album
2005 "One Less Bell to Answer" Live Pop Masters: Tribute to Burt Bacharach, Vol. 2
2009 "A Woman Should" Natalie Williams Presents: Soul Family, Volume One
2011 "Lean on Me" Songs to Save a Life

Writing credits[edit]

The following songs were co-written by Silvas, and performed by other artists.

Year Song Artist Album/single
2002 "It Ain't Obvious" Gareth Gates What My Heart Wants to Say
"Bittersweet" S Club Seeing Double
2003 "Jumpin" Liberty X Being Somebody
"Take Me Home"
"I Just Wanna"
"I Got the Money" Rachel Stevens Funky Dory
"Silk"
2004 "I'll Never Know" Michelle McManus The Meaning of Love
"Sombras" Natalia Natalia
"Shoulda Thought of That" Rachel Stevens "More, More, More"
"Spin That Bottle" "Some Girls"
2006 "Who Am I" Will Young Keep On
2010 "It's Not Right" Katharine McPhee Unbroken
"How"
"Faultline"
2011 "Last Call" The Saturdays On Your Radar
2012 "Free" Haley Reinhart Listen Up!
2013 "Heart Shaped Wreckage" Katharine McPhee and Jeremy Jordan Smash cast single
2013 "Don't Let Me Know" Katharine McPhee and Jeremy Jordan Smash cast single
2013 "Pretender" Katharine McPhee Smash cast single
2013 "Calling Out My Name" Jeremy Jordan, Krysta Rodriguez and Andy Mientus appeared in Hit List
2013 "Somebody Else's Life" The Saturdays "Living For The Weekend"

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