Amber (Amber album)

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Amber
Amber album.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedSeptember 21, 1999
GenrePop, Dance
LabelTommy Boy
Amber chronology
'This Is Your Night'
(1996)
Amber
(1999)
'Remixed'
(2000)
Singles from Amber
  1. "Sexual (Li Da Di)"
    Released: 1999
  2. "Above the Clouds"
    Released: 2000
  3. "Love One Another"
    Released: 2000
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic4/5 stars[1]

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.

Track listings[edit]

  1. "Above the Clouds"
  2. "Love One Another"
  3. "Spiritual Virginity"
  4. "Object of 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)

Singles[edit]

  • "Sexual (Li Da Di)", also known as "Sexual" - The first single from this album, released in 1999, became a pop hit, peaking at #42 on the Billboard Hot 100.[2] It also reached Number One on the American club charts. It peaked at #70 in Australia, #24 in New Zealand, and at #34 in the UK.
  • "Above the Clouds"
  • "Love One Another"

References[edit]

  1. ^ Amber at AllMusic
  2. ^ Billboard - Dec 25, 1999 - Jan 1, 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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