|Studio album by Deborah Gibson|
|Released||March 2001 (U.S.)|
|Genre||Pop, dance-pop, pop rock, soul|
|Producer||Deborah Gibson, Alessi Brothers, Vibe Patrol, Tony Moran|
|Deborah Gibson album chronology|
|Singles from M.Y.O.B.|
M.Y.O.B. (a.k.a. Mind Your Own Business) (Espiritu Album 1970; Golden Egg Album 1234) is the seventh original album by American singer Deborah Gibson. It was released March 2001 on her own Golden Egg record label.
"M.Y.O.B." was promoted as a single first.
Billboard's Dance single reviewer described follow-up single "What You Want" as "a cutting-edge moment, featuring the recognizable vocals of this old friend and soul-saturating production from never-failing maestro [remixer] Tony Moran" but acknowledged that DJs may have "lingering prejudices" against Gibson. The single received light airplay in Spring 2001 but did not chart.
"What You Want", released as the first single, was heavily promoted and has an accompanying music video; however, "What You Want" just missed charting on the Billboard Hot 100. "What You Want" did get some Rhythmic/dance format radio airplay, but airplay stalled and faded since the single came with no club mixes. This single includes "Comes Right Back" (Campfire Mix), which was not included on M.Y.O.B.
- "M.Y.O.B." (4:00) Billy Alessi/Bobby Alessi
- "Your Secret" (4:08) Deborah Ann Gibson/Jerry Sharell
- "What You Want" (3:42) Deborah Ann Gibson/Rudy Haeusermann
- "Down That Road" (4:49) Deborah Ann Gibson/Gary Haase
- "The One" (4:13) Deborah Ann Gibson/Chynna Phillips
- "Wishing You Were Here" (3:35) Deborah Ann Gibson/Jerry Sharell
- "What Part Of No" (5:16) Deborah Ann Gibson/Gary Haase
- "In Blue" (6:05) Deborah Ann Gibson
- "Jaded" (4:11) Deborah Ann Gibson
- "Knock Three Times" (Duet with Tony Orlando/5:11) L. Russell Browne/Irwin Levine
- "M.Y.O.B." (Dance Mix/4:23) Billy Alessi/Bobby Alessi
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