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GenrePop, Synthpop, Electronic
LabelSony, Mute Records
ProducerPascal Gabriel, Lisa Lamb, Paul Statham
Professional ratings
Review scores

Audiopeach is the debut album by a British pop band Peach, released in 1998.[2] The album was the only one released by the group (who were named Peach Union in the US) and contained the singles "On My Own", "From This Moment On" and "Sorrow Town".

In the US, the group achieved success with their debut single, "On My Own", which reached #39 in the Billboard Hot 100[3] It peaked at #1 in Israel and Mexico, and #2 in the Canadian Top 40.

Critical reception[edit]

Scripps News Service thought that "Peach Union reconciles sensual dance music with an effective dark mood, underscored by gloomy chords and [Lisa] Lamb's sometimes melancholy vocals."[4] The Miami Herald wrote: "Think frothy ABBA-styled hooks with an eye toward the dance floor."[5] The Stuart News declared: "Sweet, firm and ripe, the album celebrates and updates the glistening dance tunes and melodies of old-school '80s techno-pop auteurs like ABC, Human League, Thomas Dolby and Culture Club."[6]

Track listing[edit]

  1. No.TitleWriter(s)Length
    1."On My Own"Pascal Gabriel, Paul Statham, Lisa Lamb4:58
    2."From This Moment On"Gabriel, Statham4:03
    3."Made in Vain"Gabriel, Statham5:50
    4."Perfect World"Gabriel, Statham, Lamb3:48
    5."Sorrow Town"Gabriel, Statham, Lamb3:53
    6."Deep Down Together"Gabriel, Statham, Lamb3:41
    7."Tell Me"Gabriel, Statham, Lamb4:13
    8."Give Me Tomorrow"Gabriel, Statham3:33
    9."Higher Ground"Gabriel, Statham4:28
    10."Hush"Gabriel, Statham, Lamb3:56
    Japanese release
    11."Come to Me"Pascal Gabriel, Paul Statham, Lisa Lamb3:49
    12."On My Own (RH Factor Vocal Club Mix)"Pascal Gabriel, Paul Statham, Lisa Lamb7:43


  1. ^ AllMusic review
  2. ^ Burrows, Terry (2017). Mute : a visual document : from 1978-tomorrow. Daniel Miller. New York. ISBN 978-0-500-51972-1. OCLC 1013957936.{{cite book}}: CS1 maint: location missing publisher (link)
  3. ^ Billboard - "On My Own" - Peach Union
  4. ^ Campbell, Chuck (December 16, 1997). "NEW RELEASES: DIANA TRIBUTE, PEACH UNION, LSG". Scripps News Service.
  5. ^ Cohen, Howard (October 24, 1997). "PEACHY POP ... LATIN LOVE BALLADS ... TRIP-HOP NOIR?". Miami Herald. p. 22G.
  6. ^ Shipes, Gary (November 7, 1997). "GUS GUS GO URBAN TRIBAL; BABY BIRD TAKES FLIGHT; PEACH UNION IS JUICY". The Stuart News. p. C8.