Rise (Gabrielle album)

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Rise
Studio album by Gabrielle
Released October 18, 1999 (UK)
August 15, 2000 (US)
Recorded 1998-1999
Genre R&B
Length 42:45
Label Go Beat (UK), Universal (US)
Producer Jonathan Shorten
Richie Fermie
Gabrielle chronology
Gabrielle
(1996)
Rise
(1999)
Dreams Can Come True, Greatest Hits Vol. 1
(2001)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars[1]

Rise is the third studio album by British pop artist Gabrielle. The album became Gabrielle's biggest selling album to date with it becoming her only number one album.

Overview[edit]

The album became a huge commercial success, spending three weeks at number 1 in the UK Albums Chart, and achieving 3x Platinum status. The title track also went to number one in the UK Singles Chart.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Sunshine"
  2. "Rise"
  3. "When a Woman"
  4. "Tell Me What You Dream"
  5. "5 O'Clock"
  6. "Should I Stay"
  7. "Over You"
  8. "Falling"
  9. "If You Love Me"
  10. "Independence Day"
  11. "Gonna Get Better"

UK reissue[edit]

On April 30, 2001, Go Beat re-released Rise in the UK with six bonus tracks:

  1. "Out of Reach"
  2. "There's Nothing I Won't Do for You"
  3. "Rise" (acoustic version)
  4. "Rise" (enhanced video)
  5. "Sunshine" (enhanced video)
  6. "When a Woman" (enhanced video)

Rise Underground[edit]

Rise Underground is the remix version of the album Rise, containing 18 remixes of her tracks recorded for Rise.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Sunshine (Wookie Dub Mix)"
  2. "Rise (Artful Dodger Above Board Vox)"
  3. "When a Woman (Restless Natives Groove Mix)"
  4. "5 O'Clock (Sunship Mix Vocal)"
  5. "Should I Stay (K Warren Dub)"
  6. "Over You (Zed Bias Vocal Mix)"
  7. "Independence Day (Ed Case & Carl H Dub)"
  8. "Independence Day (Ed Case & Carl H Remix)"
  9. "When a Woman (Restless Natives Dub Mix)"
  10. "If You Love Me (Bump and Flex Dub Mix)"
  11. "Gonna Get Better (D.E.A. Vocal)"
  12. "Over You (Zed Bias Dub)"
  13. "If You Love Me (Bump and Flex Vocal Mix)"
  14. "Tell Me What You Dream (M Dubs Vocal Mix)"
  15. "Sunshine (Wookie Main Mix)"
  16. "5 O'Clock (Architechs Mix)"
  17. "Falling (Stanton Warriors Remix)"
  18. "Gonna Get Better (D.E.A. Dub)"

References[edit]

Preceded by
The Man Who by Travis
UK number one album
February 19, 2000 – March 10, 2000
Succeeded by
Standing on the Shoulder of Giants by Oasis