Replay (Play album)
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|Studio album by Play|
|Released||10 June 2003|
|Genre||Pop, Pop rock, R&B|
|Producer||Desmond Child, Bill Padley, Rick Wake, Pamela Sheyne|
Replay is the second studio album by Swedish girlband Play, released on 10 June 2003. It contains covers from British artists such as Billie Piper, Liberty X and Atomic Kitten. The first single off the album was "I Must Not Chase the Boys". The album peaked at #67 on the Billboard 200 chart.
- "I Must Not Chase the Boys" – 3:16
- "Honey to the Bee" – 4:14
- "Just a Little" – 3:56
- "Whole Again" – 3:04
- "Hot" –3:45
- "Girl's Mind" – 2:27
- "What Is Love?" – 3:44
- "11 out of 10" – 3:46
- "Let's Get to the Love Part" – 3:31
- "2 Blocks Down" – 3:27
- "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" – 3:16
- "Unspeakable" – (Target Exclusive bonus track) 3:15
Several songs on Replay are covers of the original versions by their respective artists:
- "Honey To The Bee" was originally sung and released as a single by British popstar Billie Piper.
- "Just A Little" was recorded with slightly more suggestive lyrics by British group Liberty X in 2001.
- Both Play and American girl group No Secrets recorded "Whole Again" in late 2002 - but it was originally a hit for British girl group Atomic Kitten just one year earlier.
- Play was one of many artists to record their version of the classic "Ain't No Mountain High Enough," which was originally performed in 1967 by Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell.
- Play was the first to record "What Is Love," but actress-singer Raven-Symoné covered this song in her 2004 album This Is My Time.
- Tata Young covered Play's song "I Must Not Chase The Boys" in her 2006 album Temperature Rising
- Replay peaked at #67 on the Billboard 200 chart on June 28, 2003.
- The German singer, Joana Zimmer, covered "Let's Get To The Love Part" in her newest album, The Voice In Me.
- "2 Blocks Down" was used to write a Korean group Girls' Generation's song in their debut single "Beginning".
- "11 Out of 10" was later covered by the pop German group No Angels.
- "What is Love?" was later covered by Peter Andre.
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