VH1 Presents: The Corrs, Live in Dublin

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VH1 Presents: The Corrs, Live in Dublin
Live album by The Corrs
Released March 12, 2002
Recorded January 25, 2002
Genre Celtic, folk rock
Length 45:25
Label 143/Lava/Atlantic
Producer Mitchell Froom
The Corrs chronology
The Best of The Corrs
(2001)
VH1 Presents: The Corrs, Live in Dublin
(2002)
Borrowed Heaven
(2004)
Singles from VH1 Presents: The Corrs, Live in Dublin
  1. "When the Stars Go Blue"
    Released: 15 May 2002 (2002-05-15)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars[1]

VH1 Presents: The Corrs, Live In Dublin is an album which is a live performance performed by the Irish Celtic folk-rock band, The Corrs in Dublin, Ireland who are accompanied by the Irish Film Orchestra. The Corrs have performed previous released songs with a slight remix into it. Also, this album highlights include two duets with Bono of U2 — performing Ryan Adams' "When the Stars Go Blue", and the Lee Hazlewood/Nancy Sinatra song "Summer Wine". The Corrs also perform Jimi Hendrix's "Little Wing", featuring a guitar solo by Ronnie Wood who later also performs alongside them for the Rolling Stones song "Ruby Tuesday".

Track listing[edit]

All songs composed by The Corrs except where noted.

  1. "Would You Be Happier?" - 3:24
  2. "Breathless" (The Corrs/Mutt Lange) - 3:27
  3. "When the Stars Go Blue" [Featuring Bono] (Ryan Adams) - 4:19
  4. "Little Wing" [Featuring Ronnie Wood] (Jimi Hendrix) - 5:14
  5. "Joy Of Life" (Instrumental) - 4:05
  6. "Runaway" - 4:38
  7. "Only Love Can Break Your Heart" (Neil Young) - 3:03
  8. "Radio" - 4:50
  9. "Summer Wine" [Featuring Bono] (Lee Hazlewood) - 3:54
  10. "So Young" - 4:52
  11. "Ruby Tuesday" [Featuring Ronnie Wood] (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards) 3:39

Charts and certifications[edit]

Chart Country Provider(s) Peak
position
Certification Sales/shipments
U.S Billboard 200[2] United States RIAA 52 400,000+
U.S Top Internet Albums[2] 11
  • Worldwide Sales: 400,000+

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