Amber (Amber album)

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Studio album by
Released21 September 1999
GenrePop, Dance
LabelTommy Boy
Amber chronology
'This Is Your Night'
Singles from Amber
  1. "Sexual (Li Da Di)"
    Released: 8 June 1999
  2. "Above the Clouds"
    Released: 2000
  3. "Love One Another"
    Released: 2000
Professional ratings
Review scores

Amber is the second studio album by Dutch singer Amber. It was released in 1999 on Tommy Boy Records, and features dance-pop, Hi-NRG, house, and Urban contemporary songs. It is her most well-received album by the American Pop mainstream to date. She co-wrote three songs with songwriters/producers Rick Nowels and Billy Steinberg: "Sexual (Li Da Di)," "Above the Clouds," and "Love One Another." The song "Above the Clouds" was featured in the season 3 finale of the television series Sex and the City.

After the digital release of The Hits Remixed - Extended in June 2022, which contained full length remixes of Amber's hit singles and sparked a renewed interest in her music, Amber entered the Amazon Digital Dance/Pop Albums chart and peaked at No. 3.

Track listings[edit]

  1. "Above the Clouds"
  2. "Love One Another"
  3. "Spiritual Virginity"
  4. "Object Of Your Desire"
  5. "Sexual (Li Da Di)"
  6. "Without You"
  7. "I Found Myself In You"
  8. "If I'm Not the One"
  9. "Let's Do It for Love"
  10. "Don't Wanna Stop"
  11. "If You Could Read My Mind"
  12. "How Can I Tell You"
  13. "I'm Free"
  14. "Sexual (Li Da Di)" (Thunderpuss Remix)


  • "Sexual (Li Da Di)", released on 8 June 1999 in the United States and on 12 June 2000 in the United Kingdom,[2][3] became a pop hit, peaking at No. 42 on the US Billboard Hot 100,[4] No. 55 in Australia, No. 24 in New Zealand, and No. 34 in the UK.
  • "Above the Clouds"
  • "Love One Another"


  1. ^ Amber at AllMusic
  2. ^ "Gavin T40/Rhythm Crossover: Impact Dates". Gavin Report. No. 2258. 7 June 1999. p. 12.
  3. ^ "New Releases – For Week Starting June 12, 1999: Singles". Music Week. 10 June 2000. p. 39.
  4. ^ Billboard - 25 December 1999 - 1 January 2000 - Page 83 " "Sexual (Li Da Di)" by Amber (Tommy Boy) continues its long, strange climb up the Hot 100, moving 76-69 in its 20th week. "Sexual" will be allowed to stay on the chart below No. 50 until it loses points for two consecutive weeks"

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