CeCe Peniston discography

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CeCe Peniston discography
Ceciliapeniston1.jpg
Peniston performing in the nightclub Heaven
in Central London, England on July 26, 2009.
Releases:
Studio albums
4
Remix albums
2
Live albums
1
Compilation albums
4
EPs
1
Singles
26
Download singles
15
Promotional songs
8
Other appearances
22
Video albums
1
Music videos
14

American recording artist CeCe Peniston entered the music industry as a backup vocalist on the Overweight Pooch's album Female Preacher, released in July 1991 on A&M Records. Shortly before that though, she was featured on the B-side to 12-inch single "I Can't Take the Power" by a male rapper, Marvelous JC. Besides her vocal performance on the Pooch's only charting track, "I Like It", she was also given a credit for co-writing two compositions; "Kickin' Da Blues" and the titular, "Female Preacher". Soon after, singer pursued her own solo career. By now, Peniston has released four studio albums including one as a member of The Sisters of Glory, two remix collections, one live album, four compilations and one live extended play (EP). Her singles discography features twenty-six physical releases, fifteen digital-only, eight promotional recordings and twenty-two other appearances; regardless of their format. She has also been included on one video album and has made fourteen music videos.

Peniston recorded her own single "Finally" through A&M, too. The song was released in August 1991 and was followed by her full-length debut on January 28, 1992.[1] Both the album and single of the same name, were certified Gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) and the set itself by the Canadian Recording Industry Association (CRIA). They also earned two Silver certifications from the British Phonographic Industry (BPI), respectively. By the time the album's local sales reached half a million copies, "We Got a Love Thang" and "Keep On Walkin'", would give her three consecutively running number-one hits on the US Hot Dance Club Play, as well on the Canadian RPM Dance/Urban chart. Furthermore, each track reached the top-ten of Music Week's singles chart in the United Kingdom, and the top-twenty of Billboard's Hot 100 in the United States. The album itself broke into the top-forty music charts in Austria, Canada, the Netherlands and the UK, peaking home at number 70. Additional compositions from her first album, "Inside That I Cried" and "Crazy Love", scored successes in the R&B charts.

Her second studio set, Thought 'Ya Knew, saw its results on January 25, 1994. Having entered the top-forty in the UK and Switzerland, the album somewhat failed to match the sales of its predecessor, reaching its peak in the Billboard 200 at position 96. It did, however, make an impact on the dance field, yielding two chart-toppers in the US. "I'm in the Mood", with its incorporated jazz elements, served as the album's pilot single. The latter singles, such as "Keep Givin' Me Your Love" released in the US a year after its European release, and "I'm Not Over You", those achieved top-5 statuses at least. While "Hit by Love", another house anthem, became the singer's fifth club number 1. She was named Billboard Magazine's #1 Dance/Club Play artist of 1994.

I'm Movin' On, the third album by Peniston, was released on September 9, 1996, and was viewed as a commercial failure. As such it did not achieve a presence in the official albums charts. Mid-tempo jam, "Movin' On" featuring rap by Suga T, reached number 83 and her so-called "vocal duel" with JoJo Hailey, "Before I Lay (You Drive Me Crazy)", missed the US Hot 100 altogether. In February 1998 Peniston experienced a late comeback in the overseas, when her remake of Jocelyn Brown's classic "Somebody Else's Guy" climbed to number 13 on the British singles charts; her highest top-100 entry in the island since May 1992. The remixes of the song were released on March 2, 1998 on her import greatest hits compilation The Best Of, her closing album on A&M. The original version later appeared on other collection of her hits, Essential, issued through Spectrum in 2000.

Subsequently, Peniston managed to record a number of singles, some of which garnered attention within their genre through various independent labels. Amongst them were three solo tracks such as "He Loves Me 2" (1999), "Lifetime to Love" (2001) and "Eternal Lover" (2004), as well her collaborations with other artists. These included "Reminiscin" with Saison (2001), "Deeper Love" with David Longoria (2005) and "Shame Shame Shame" with Soulshaker (2007). Since the 2010s, Peniston has released new material solely in a digital format. One of her most recent releases, namely "Nothing Can Stop Me" (2014), received significant airplay on urban AC stations, while "Believe" (2015), recorded with Chaos, peaked at number 5 on the US Dance; her first entry on the chart in 10 years.

Albums[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

List of albums with selected chart positions, certifications and sales figures
Year Title Chart positions Certifications Sales figures
US World
GA
[2]
R&B
[3]
200
[4]
AU
[5]
AT
[6]
CA
[7]
DE
[8]
NL
[9]
CH
[10]
UK
[11]
RIAA
[12]
BPI
[13]
CRIA
[14]
SoundScan
[15]
1992 Finally [a]
  • Release date: January 28
  • Label: A&M (#75021 5381)[17]
  • Format: LP • MC • CD • MD
13 70 95 38 20 31 10
  • US: 554,000
    (as of 2004)
1994 Thought 'Ya Knew [b]
  • Release date: January 10
  • Label: A&M (#31454 0138)[19]
  • Format: LP • MC • CD • DDC • MD
20 96 92 69 32 31
1995 Good News in Hard Times (with The Sisters of Glory) 29
1996 I'm Movin' On
  • Release date: September 9
  • Label: A&M (#31454 0562)[21]
  • Format: MC • CD • MD
48
"—" denotes a title that did not chart or was not released in the region

Remix albums[edit]

Year Title Notes
1992 Finally/We Got a Love Thang: Remix Collection
  • Release date: July 1
  • Label: A&M (#PCCY-10314)[22]
  • Format: CD
  • Remix mini-album issued as part of the limited AM+ series in Japan, featuring in total eight alternate versions of Peniston's first two solo singles ("Finally" and "We Got a Love Thang").[23]
1994 Remix Collection
  • Release date: November 2
  • Label: A&M (#POCM-1087)[24]
  • Format: CD
  • Remix album issued in Japan, tracking the singer's discography since "Keep On Walkin'" to "Hit by Love" singles. Overall nine 12" versions included, mostly available only on vinyl by then.[25]
No chart appearances

Live albums[edit]

Year Title Notes
2010 Divas of Disco – Live (with Thelma Houston, Linda Clifford, A Taste of Honey & France Joli)
  • Release date: February 26
  • Label: Pegasus (#PEG CD 702)
  • Format: CD
No chart appearances

Compilation albums[edit]

Year Title Notes
1998 The Best Of
  • Release date: March 2
  • Label: A&M (#540 880)[28]
  • Format: MC • CD
  • Import album and her first greatest hits collection issued in Europe. The set compils eleven singles in total, featuring two additional mixes of "Finally" and "Somebody Else's Guy".[29]
1999 Essential
  • Release date: February 28, 2000
  • Label: A&M/Spectrum (#544 189)[30]
  • Format: CD
  • Import album and her second best-of compilation commercially issued first in England through Spectrum, a division of Universal Music Operations.[31] An edited version of "Finally" included instead. (In 2006, released in Japan).[32]
2000 Winning Combinations (with Vesta Williams)
  • Release date: October 10
  • Label: A&M/Universal (#490762)[33]
  • Format: CD • MD
  • US ten track collection issued as part of the Universal Special Products "WC" series, coupling singer with Williams. It features "Finally", "I'm in the Mood", "Before I Lay", "Hit by Love" and "We Got a Love Thang". (In 2002, released also in Canada.)[34]
2001 The Millennium Collection: The Best Of
  • Release date: April 10
  • Label: A&M/Universal (#490 876)[35]
  • Format: CD • MD
No chart appearances

EPs[edit]

Year Title Notes
2008 CeCe Peniston (also known as EP Live)
  • Release date: July 14
  • Label: One Media (#–)[38]
  • Format: MD • CD-R (2011, POD-only)[39]
No chart appearances

Singles[edit]

List of singles with selected chart positions, certifications and principal albums
Year Title Chart positions Certifications Album
US World
DCS
[42]
R&B
[43]
100
[44]
AU
[5]
AT
[45]
CA
[46]
DE
[47]
NL
[48]
CH
[49]
UK
[11]
RIAA
[12]
BPI
[13]
CRIA
[14]
1991 "Finally"[c] 1 26 5 8 9 12 16 5 12 2
  • RIAA: Gold
  • BPI: Silver
Finally
"I Like It" (Overweight Pooch featuring herself) 16 58 Female Preacher
1992 "We Got a Love Thang"[d] 1 38 20 36 26 41 9 6 Finally
"Keep On Walkin'"[e] 1 3 15 67 41 10
"Inside That I Cried"[f] 10 94 42
"Crazy Love"[f] 31 97 44
1993 "I'm in the Mood"[g] 1 7 32 88 68 22 29 16 Thought 'Ya Knew
1994 "I'm Not Over You"[h] 2 10 41
"Hit by Love"[i] 1 47 90 33
1995 "Keep Givin' Me Your Love"[j] 4 99 36
1996 "Movin' On"[k] (featuring Suga T.) 29 83 Movin' On
"Before I Lay"[l] (featuring JoJo Hailey) 52
1998 "Somebody Else's Guy"[m] 13 The Best Of
"Nobody Else"[n]
1999 "He Loves Me 2"[o] 24
2000 "Lifetime to Love"[p] 2
2001 "My Boo"[q]
"Reminiscin"[r] (Saison featuring herself) 30
2003 "For My Baby"[s] (Full Flava featuring herself)
2004 "Eternal Lover"[t] (featuring BiBi)
2005 "Deeper Love"[r] (David Longoria featuring herself) 14
2006 "You Are the Universe"[u] (Full Flava featuring herself)
2007 "I'm Feelin' U"[v]
2009 "Above Horizons"[w] (PTA anthem)
2014 "Nothing Can Stop Me"[x]
2017 "Purple Funk" (Mothers Favorite Child featuring herself)
"—" denotes a title that did not chart or was not released in the region

Download-only[edit]

Year Title Notes
2007 "Shame Shame Shame" (with Soulshaker)
  • Released on CDS for promotional purposes only. In October 2007, it charted on the Global Dance Tracks at number 22.[54]
"Still I"
  • Released only as a 256 kbit/s download with a limited digital distribution.[80]
2010 "In Love with a DJ" (with Ron Carroll)
  • Released as a digital maxi single. In 2014 re-issued under title "Turn It Up".[81]
2011 "Stoopid!"
  • Released in two single versions including one remixed.[82]
2012 "Celebrate"
  • Released in two versions, single and extended.[83]
"You've Never Seen" (EC Twins featuring herself)
  • Released in a single version only.[84]
2013 "All My Love" (Richard Beynon & Zen Freeman featuring herself)
  • Released as a digital maxi single.[85]
"Get to Steppin" (Fast Eddie featuring herself)
  • Released as a digital maxi single.[86]
"Let's Go All Night" (James Doman & Antoine Becks featuring herself)
  • Released as a digital maxi single.[87]
2014 "Without You" (Junior Sanchez featuring herself)
  • Released in a single version only.[88]
"Love Don't Take Over" (MG Select featuring herself)
  • Released as a digital maxi single.[89]
"Sick" (featuring Paris Toon & Mothers Favorite Child)
  • Released only in the U.S. and a single version.[90]
2015 "Believe" (Chaos featuring herself)
  • Released as a digital maxi single in the US.[91] In January 2016, it reached number 5 on the US Dance.[42]
"The DJ Made Me Stay" (Paul Oakenfold & Joyriders featuring herself)
  • Released as a digital maxi single.[92]
2016 "Piece of That" (DJ Sun Junkie featuring herself & Dayion)
  • Released as a digital single[93] (originally intended for her 2009 unreleased album CeCe).[94]

Promotional songs[edit]

Year Title Notes
1992 "Hitmix"
  • UK medley with snippets of her songs from the debut album, commercially issued in two versions on the local MCD release of "Inside That I Cried".[95]
1993 "Searchin'"
  • UK 12" single.[96] In EU a Hurley's remix of the song was issued on B-side of the "I'm in the Mood" release,[97] while "I'm Not Over You" in the US.[98]
1996 "House Party"
  • US 12" single, issued in common with "Before I Lay (You Drive Me Crazy)" as a double A-side release.[99]
1998 "I Know You Want Me" (with Nastyboy Klick)
"I Can't Go for That (No Can Do)"
  • Originally designed for Nobody Else, her cancelled album release on Silk.[101]
2009 "Runway"
  • Originally intended for CeCe, another unreleased album. The work was released to her community via social networking service MySpace, as well covered through the radio stations.[94]
"Love Hurts (He Say, She Say)" (with Montell Jordan)
2012 "Dance with Me"
  • Digital track promoted by 16 Bars through the SoundCloud audio distribution in July 2012. Produced by Zai,[102] supported also with a music video.

Other appearances[edit]

Year Title Notes
1991 "Give It All U Gott" (Marvelous JC featuring herself)
  • Appears in two versions on B-side of 12" vinyl "I Can't Take the Power" by Marvelous JC, released through Powermix.[103]
"Kickin' Da Blues" (Overweight Pooch featuring herself)
  • Additional tracks co-written/recorded for the album Female Preacher, issued through A&M. ("I Like It" was available on single.)[104]
"Female Preacher" (Overweight Pooch) featuring herself)
1994 "Don't Forget the Love" (Jeff Lorber featuring herself)
1995 "Stille Nacht" ( VA featuring The Sisters of Glory)
  • Appears on double compilation Concerto di Natale, issued via Columbia in Germany. (Recorded on December 16, 1994 at Aula Paolo VI, Vatican.)[106]
1996 "All That I Need"
"The Christmas Song"
1997 "What a Wonderful World"
1998 "When I'm with You"
"Keep It Real" (M-Doc featuring herself)
2000 "Roll the Windows Down" (Sinamin featuring herself & Azzan)
  • Appears on studio album ...So Hot by Sinamin, issued in US on Grand OZ.[112]
2001 "Silent Night"
  • Appears on 9-track compilation A Christmas Card from Arizona to New York, presented by Phase Four Studios for the World Aid Benefit for 9/11 in 2001.
2003 "I Think About Him" (Full Flava featuring herself)
  • Another track co-written/recorded for the Flava's compilation Colour of My Soul, issued through Dôme. ("For My Baby" was available on single).[113]
"Runnin' Away" (co-writer only)
  • Recorded on 12-inch vinyl by Sharon Pass and Steve Hurley, also known as Voices of Life, for Silk Entertainment. (The song co-written with Eric Miller, was virtually re-issued in December 2015, featuring new remixes.)[114]
2004 "I Like (Edited)" (with Adeva)
2006 "It's Alright" (co-writer only)
  • Recorded on 12-inch vinyl by Redsoul and RaShaan Houston for Generate Music. (Co-written with George Jackson and Houston.)[116]
2007 "Right Here"
2011 "Make Me Say Oh" (with Ron Carroll)
  • Subtitled as "4da Radio Head Mix", it appears on download compilation Miami 2011, issued through Juno.[119]
2013 "See Me Now" (Daiyon featuring herself)
  • Appears on rapper's album The Life, issued through his virtual label DMG.[120]
2014 "Make You Fall" (Markus Schulz featuring herself)
  • Appears on the DJ's album Scream 2, issued in the Netherlands through Armada, while via ООО "ПАРА МЬЮЗИК"/Open Gate in Russia.[121]
"A Night that We Will Never Forget" (Full Force featuring herself & Freedom Williams)
2015 "For the Love of You" (Aston Grey Project featuring herself & Tim Gordon)
  • Appears on the album Changing the Game, issued on Platinum Vybe Recordings.[123] An alternate version of the track, "CeCe Live Mix", was released on the band's 2016 compilation The Hits.

Videos[edit]

Video albums[edit]

Year Title Notes
2008 Divas of Disco (with Linda Clifford, A Taste of Honey, Thelma Houston & France Joli)
  • Release date: January 8 (EU)/ 2009 (US)
  • Label: ZYX (EU, #DVD3136)/RSM (US, #DVD057)
  • Format: DVD
  • Home video of a 2007 five-star concert from Avalon,[27] also known as Live in Hollywood, later issued on CD as well.[26] The European edition included also a bonus material, such as biographies and backstage interviews. (In 2014 reissued in the UK as part of the LIVE Concert Series via Wienerworld.)[27]
No chart appearances

Music videos[edit]

Year Title Notes
1991 "Finally"
  • Directed by Claude Borenzweig,[124] released in October 1991.[125]
1992 "We Got a Love Thang"
"Keep On Walkin'"
"Inside That I Cried"
"Crazy Love"
1994 "I'm in the Mood" (Original Mix & Bad Yard Club)
"Keep Givin' Me Your Love"
  • Released in April 1994.[128]
"I'm Not Over You"
  • Also directed by Shelton.[129]
"Hit by Love" (US & UK version)
  • Also directed by Shelton, released in August 1994.[130]
1996 "Movin' On" (Single & Remix version)
2011 "Finally 2011"
  • Directed by Trevor Adler, produced by Karma Foundation.
2012 "Dance with Me"
  • Directed by Colin Pierce.
2013 "My Superman" (Ski Johnson) (acting credits-only)
  • Directed by Scott Hebert.[133]
2016 "Piece of That" (DJ Sun Junkie featuring herself & Dayion)
  • Directed by Shaun Asakura, released in July 2016.

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ According to an article published by The Chicago Defender in June 2009, her debut album Finally allegedly "sold over 3 million copies".[16] Its source is unknown, neither is whether this figure refers to worldwide or US sales.[16]
  2. ^ Thought 'Ya Knew charted also in Japan at number 66.[18]
  3. ^ "Finally" was released on CDS on three separate occasions in the UK – initial release from October 1991 reached position 29, its re-issue in March 1992 resulted in number 2 and a remix from September 1997 in number 26.[11] Upon its international release, the single entered the music charts in Flanders (#3),[50] France (#39),[51] Ireland (#5)[52] and New Zealand (#8).[53] An additional remix from September 2008 topped the Australian Club Tracks,[5] charting at number 33 on the now discontinued Global Dance Tracks.[54]
  4. ^ "We Got a Love Thang" appeared also in the singles charts in Flanders (#5),[50] Ireland (#15),[52] New Zealand (#33)[53] and Sweden (#34).[55]
  5. ^ "Keep on Walkin'" made chart entries also in Flanders (#31)[50] and Ireland (#17),[52] while missed the Top 100 in Australia (#123). In August 2011, Peniston released a cover version of the song as her virtual duet with Lavon Collins.[56]
  6. ^ a b Singles "Inside That I Cried" and "Crazy Love" were released in the UK in reverse order.
  7. ^ "I'm in the Mood" failed to enter the Australian Top 100, climbing to number 197.[5]
  8. ^ "I'm Not Over You" was released in EU[57] mostly as a double A-side single along with "Hit by Love".[58] Whereas in the Netherlands, it appeared as the B-side to the latter single.[59]
  9. ^ "Hit by Love" was issued in the UK as the third and final single from Thought 'Ya Knew, preceded by "I'm in the Mood" and "Keep Givin' Me Your Love". The B-side to the single included a remix of "Through Those Doors" in the region.[60]
  10. ^ "Keep Givin' Me Your Love" was promoted in England as the second single from Thought 'Ya Knew, being distributed in the US through Columbia in support of the Ready to Wear (Prêt-à-Porter) soundtrack.[61] The title also charted in New Zealand (#26),[53] but missed the Hot 100 after bubbling under at number 101.[62] In Canada for change, it entered the local dance chart (#13).[63]
  11. ^ "Movin' On" was released only in North America and Japan,[64] charting on Canadian RPM Dance at number 16.[63]
  12. ^ "Before I Lay" was marketed only in the US,[65] managing to peak at number 120.[62]
  13. ^ "Somebody Else's Guy" was issued only in the overseas, or rather in EU and Japan.[66] In England, the song also charted in the local Chart-Track, placing at number 6 in February 1998.[67]
  14. ^ "Nobody Else"[68] was released only in some countries, excluding also Japan and the UK.
  15. ^ "He Loves Me 2"[69] was released only in some countries, excluding also Japan and the UK. In October 2016, the song was re-issued as a digital maxi single, featuring also new remixes.
  16. ^ "Lifetime to Love" was distributed within North America.[70]
  17. ^ "My Boo" was released only on vinyl and in the US.[71]
  18. ^ a b "Reminiscin"[72] and "Deeper Love"[73] were made for the US.
  19. ^ "For My Baby" was promoted only in England.[74]
  20. ^ "Eternal Lover" was initially issued only in Australia (#15 on the local club chart),[63] France and New Zealand. In 2013, a music download followed worldwide.[75]
  21. ^ "You Are the Universe" was released on vinyl, in Japan and the UK. Elsewhere, in a digital format.[76]
  22. ^ "I'm Feelin' U" was commercially issued only on vinyl and in the US. Virtually, also in the overseas.[77]
  23. ^ "Above Horizons" was distributed only in the States.[78]
  24. ^ "Nothing Can Stop Me" failed to enter the official singles charts, becoming in US an Adult R&B Airplay hit at number 30.[79]

References[edit]

General
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  1. ^ Flick, Larry (1992-06-20). "CeCe Peniston Grows from Club Roots". Billboard. Google Books. p. 16. Retrieved 2015-03-21. 
  2. ^ "Sisters of Glory - US - Gospel Albums". Billboard. Nielsen Business Media. billboard.com. Retrieved 2015-03-21. Good News in Hard Times by The Sisters of Glory #29 
  3. ^ "CeCe Peniston - US - R&B/Hip-Hop Albums". Billboard. Nielsen Business Media. billboard.com. Retrieved 2015-03-21. Finally #13, Thought 'Ya Knew #20, I'm Movin' On #48 
  4. ^ "CeCe Peniston - US - Billboard 200 Albums". Billboard. Nielsen Business Media. billboard.com. Retrieved 2015-03-21. Finally #70, Thought 'Ya Knew #96 
  5. ^ a b c d Australian (ARIA) chart peaks:
  6. ^ "CeCe Peniston - Austria - Albums". PhonoNet Austria GesmbH (in German). Musikmarkt. austriancharts.at. Retrieved 2015-03-21. Finally #38 
  7. ^ "CeCe Peniston - Canada - Finally". RPM. Library and Archives Canada. collectionscanada.gc.ca. Retrieved 2015-03-21. Finally #20 
  8. ^ "CeCe Peniston - Germany - Albums". Bundesverband Musikindustrie (in German). Media Control GfK International. musicline.de. Retrieved 2015-03-21. Thought 'Ya Knew #92 
  9. ^ "CeCe Peniston - Netherlands - Albums". GfK Dutch Charts (in Dutch). Media Control GfK International. dutchcharts.nl. Retrieved 2015-03-21. Finally #31, Thought 'Ya Knew #69 
  10. ^ "CeCe Peniston - Switzerland - Albums". Hung Medien (in German). Hung Medien. hitparade.ch. Retrieved 2015-03-21. Thought 'Ya Knew #32 
  11. ^ a b c "CeCe Peniston - UK - Albums/Singles". The Official Charts Company. Music Week. theofficialcharts.com. Retrieved 2015-03-21. Finally #10, Thought 'Ya Knew #31, Finally #29 (1991), #2 (1992), #26 (1997), "We Got a Love Thang #6, I Like It #58, Keep On Walkin' #10, Crazy Love #44, Inside That I Cried #42, I'm in the Mood #16, Keep Givin' Me Your Love #36, Hit by Love #33, Somebody Else's Guy #13 
  12. ^ a b For music recording certifications of Peniston's titles issued in the US, search her name using the "Searchable Database" field.
  13. ^ a b For music recording certifications of Peniston's titles issued in the UK, search her name using the "Search by Parameters" field.
  14. ^ a b For music recording certifications of Peniston's titles issued in Canada, search her name using the "Searchable Database" field.
  15. ^ Paolletta, Michael (2004-05-01). "Where Have All The Divas Gone?". Billboard. Google Books. p. 32. Retrieved 2015-03-21. In comparison, Peniston's 1991 album, Finally, has sold 554,000 copies. 
  16. ^ a b Hutson, Wendell (2009-06-16). "CeCe Peniston Looking Forward To A Come Back". The Chicago Defender. Real Times. chicagodefender.com. Retrieved 2015-03-21. Peniston was signed, under the A&M Record label when she put out her 1991 debut album Finally, which sold over 3 million copies. 
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  18. ^ "CeCe Peniston - Japan - Albums". オリコン (in Japanese). Oricon. web.archive.org. Archived from the original on 2012-11-13. Retrieved 2015-03-21. Thought 'Ya Knew ソート・ヤー・ニュー #66 
  19. ^ Peniston, CeCe (1994). Thought 'Ya Knew (Compact Disc). USA: A&M. (#31454 0138 2). 
  20. ^ The Sisters of Glory (1995). Good News in Hard Times (Compact Disc). USA: Warner Bros/WEA. (#9 45990-2). 
  21. ^ Peniston, CeCe (1996). I'm Movin' On (Compact Disc). USA: A&M. (#31454 0562 2). 
  22. ^ Peniston, CeCe (1992). Finally/We Got a Love Thang: Remix Collection (Compact Disc). Japan: A&M. (#PCCY-10314). 
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  26. ^ a b "CeCe Peniston, Thelma Houston, Linda Clifford, A Taste of Honey & France Joli - Divas of Disco – Live (CD)". Discogs. Zink Media. discogs.com. Retrieved 2015-03-21. 
  27. ^ a b c "CeCe Peniston, Thelma Houston, Linda Clifford, A Taste of Honey & France Joli - Divas of Disco (DVD)". Discogs. Zink Media. discogs.com. Retrieved 2015-03-21. 
  28. ^ Peniston, CeCe (1998). The Best Of (Compact Disc). UK: A&M. (#540 880-2). 
  29. ^ "CeCe Peniston - The Best Of". Discogs. Zink Media. discogs.com. Retrieved 2015-03-21. 
  30. ^ Peniston, CeCe (1999). Essential (Compact Disc). EU: A&M/Spectrum. (#544 189-2). 
  31. ^ "CeCe Peniston - Essential". Discogs. Zink Media. discogs.com. Retrieved 2015-03-21. 
  32. ^ "シー・シー・ペニストン". オリコン (in Japanese). Oricon. oricon.co.jp. Retrieved 2015-03-21. 不可欠 ▪ 発売日 2006年03月22日 ▪ UICY-90092 
  33. ^ Peniston, CeCe; Williams, Vesta (2000). Winning Combinations (Compact Disc). USA: A&M/Universal Special Products. (#490762). 
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  43. ^ "CeCe Peniston - US R&B Singles". Billboard. Nielsen Business Media. billboard.com. Retrieved 2015-03-21. Finally #26, We Got a Love Thang #38, Inside That I Cried #10, Crazy Love #31, I'm in the Mood #7, I'm Not Over You #10, Hit by Love #47, Movin' On #29, Before I Lay (You Drive Me Crazy) #52, Keep On Walkin' #3 
  44. ^ "CeCe Peniston - US Billboard Hot 100 Singles". Billboard. Nielsen Business Media. billboard.com. Retrieved 2015-03-21. Finally #5, We Got a Love Thang #20, Inside That I Cried #94, Crazy Love #97, I'm in the Mood #32, I'm Not Over You #41, Hit by Love #90, Movin' On" #83 
  45. ^ "CeCe Peniston - Austria - Singles". PhonoNet Austria GesmbH (in German). Musikmarkt. austriancharts.at. Retrieved 2015-03-21. Finally #9 
  46. ^ For the Canadian peak positions, use a specific single's link. For dance chart positions, follow the reference no. 2.
  47. ^ "CeCe Peniston - Germany - Singles". Bundesverband Musikindustrie (in German). Media Control GfK International. musicline.de. Retrieved 2015-03-21. Finally #16, We Got a Love Thang #41, I'm in the Mood #68 
  48. ^ "CeCe Peniston - Netherlands - Singles". GfK Dutch Charts (in Dutch). Media Control GfK International. dutchcharts.nl. Retrieved 2015-03-21. Finally #5, We Got a Love Thang #9, Keep On Walkin' #41, I'm in the Mood #22 
  49. ^ "CeCe Peniston - Switzerland - Singles". Hung Medien (in German). Hung Medien. hitparade.ch. Retrieved 2015-03-21. Finally #12, I'm in the Mood #29 
  50. ^ a b c "CeCe Peniston - Belgium (Flanders) - Singles". Ultratop (in Dutch). Hung Medien. ultratop.be. Retrieved 2015-03-21. Finally #3, We Got a Love Thang #5, Keep On Walkin' #31 
  51. ^ "CeCe Peniston - France - Singles". Hung Medien (in French). eMedia Jungen. lescharts.com. Retrieved 2015-03-21. Finally #39 
  52. ^ a b c For the peak positions of Peniston's titles in Ireland, search by her name using the irishcharts.ie-link.
  53. ^ a b c "CeCe Peniston - New Zealand - Singles". Hung Medien. eMedia Jungen. charts.org.nz. Archived from the original on August 29, 2011. Retrieved 2015-03-21. Finally #8, We Got a Love Thang #33, Keep Givin' Me Your Love #26 
  54. ^ a b For the Billboard Global Dance Tracks chart positions, a subscription to billboard.biz website is required:
  55. ^ "CeCe Peniston - Sweden - Singles". Hung Medien. eMedia Jungen. swedishcharts.com. Retrieved 2015-03-21. We Got a Love Thang #34 
  56. ^ "L.C & CeCe Peniston - "Keep On Flossing". Discogs. Zink Media. discogs.com. Retrieved 2015-03-21. 
  57. ^ "CeCe Peniston - "I'm Not Over You". Discogs. Zink Media. discogs.com. Retrieved 2015-03-21. 
  58. ^ Double A-side releases of "Hit by Love/I'm Not Over You":
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  60. ^ "CeCe Peniston - "Hit By Love" - UK". Discogs. Zink Media. discogs.com. Retrieved 2015-03-21. 
  61. ^ "CeCe Peniston - "Keep Givin' Me Your Love" - NL". Discogs. Zink Media. discogs.com. Retrieved 2015-03-21. 
  62. ^ a b US Bubbling Under Hot 100 singles:
  63. ^ a b c For the Dance/Urban chart positions, use a specific link depending on a title and/or territory:
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  65. ^ "CeCe Peniston - "Before I Lay (You Drive Me Crazy)". Discogs. Zink Media. discogs.com. Retrieved 2015-03-21. 
  66. ^ "CeCe Peniston - "Somebody Else's Guy". Discogs. Zink Media. discogs.com. Retrieved 2015-03-21. 
  67. ^ "CeCe Peniston - UK Chart-Track - "Somebody Else's Guy". Billboard. Google Books. 1998-02-02. p. 60. Retrieved 2015-03-21. 
  68. ^ "CeCe Peniston - "Nobody Else". Discogs. Zink Media. discogs.com. Retrieved 2015-03-21. 
  69. ^ "CeCe Peniston - "He Loves Me 2". Discogs. Zink Media. discogs.com. Retrieved 2015-03-21. 
  70. ^ "CeCe Peniston - "Lifetime to Love". Discogs. Zink Media. discogs.com. Retrieved 2015-03-21. 
  71. ^ "CeCe Peniston - "My Boo". Discogs. Zink Media. discogs.com. Retrieved 2015-03-21. 
  72. ^ "Saison featuring CeCe Peniston - "Reminiscin". Discogs. Zink Media. discogs.com. Retrieved 2015-03-21. 
  73. ^ "David Longoria featuring CeCe Peniston - "Deeper Love". Discogs. Zink Media. discogs.com. Retrieved 2015-03-21. 
  74. ^ "Full Flava featuring CeCe Peniston - "For My Baby". Discogs. Zink Media. discogs.com. Retrieved 2015-03-21. 
  75. ^ "CeCe Peniston - "Eternal Lover". Discogs. Zink Media. discogs.com. Retrieved 2015-03-21. 
  76. ^ "Full Flava featuring CeCe Peniston - "You Are the Universe". Discogs. Zink Media. discogs.com. Retrieved 2015-03-21. 
  77. ^ "CeCe Peniston - "I'm Feelin' U". Discogs. Zink Media. discogs.com. Retrieved 2015-03-21. 
  78. ^ "CeCe Peniston - "Above Horizons". Discogs. Zink Media. discogs.com. Retrieved 2015-03-21. 
  79. ^ Trust, Gary (2014-08-18). "CeCe Peniston - US Adult R&B Airplay - "Nothing Can Stop Me". Billboard. Prometheus Global Media. billboard.com. Retrieved 2015-03-21. Nothing Can Stop Me #30 
  80. ^ "CeCe Peniston - "Stil I". Discogs. Zink Media. 2007. discogs.com. Retrieved 2015-03-21. 
  81. ^ "Ron Carroll and CeCe Peniston - "In Love with a DJ". Discogs. Zink Media. 2010. discogs.com. Retrieved 2015-03-21. 
  82. ^ "CeCe Peniston - "Stoopid!". Discogs. Zink Media. 2011. discogs.com. Retrieved 2015-03-21. 
  83. ^ "CeCe Peniston - "Celebrate". Discogs. Zink Media. 2012. discogs.com. Retrieved 2015-03-21. 
  84. ^ "EC Twins featuring CeCe Peniston - "You've Never Seen". Discogs. Zink Media. 2012. discogs.com. Retrieved 2015-03-21. 
  85. ^ "Richard Beynon and Zen Freeman featuring CeCe Peniston - "All My Love". Discogs. Zink Media. 2013. discogs.com. Retrieved 2015-03-21. 
  86. ^ "Fast Eddie featuring CeCe Peniston - "Get to Steppin". Discogs. Zink Media. 2013. discogs.com. Retrieved 2015-03-21. 
  87. ^ "James Doman and Antoine Becks featuring CeCe Peniston - "Let's Go All Night". Discogs. Zink Media. 2013. discogs.com. Retrieved 2015-03-21. 
  88. ^ "Junior Sanchez featuring CeCe Peniston - "Without You". Discogs. Zink Media. 2014. discogs.com. Retrieved 2015-03-21. 
  89. ^ "MG Select featuring CeCe Peniston - "Love Don't Take Over". Discogs. Zink Media. 2014. discogs.com. Retrieved 2015-03-21. 
  90. ^ "CeCe Peniston featuring Paris Toon and Mother's Favorite Child - "Sick". Discogs. Zink Media. 2014. discogs.com. Retrieved 2015-03-21. 
  91. ^ "Chaos featuring CeCe Peniston - "Believe". Discogs. Zink Media. 2015. discogs.com. Retrieved 2015-09-29. 
  92. ^ "Joyriders and Paul Oakenfold featuring CeCe Peniston - "The DJ Made Me Stay". Discogs. Zink Media. 2015. discogs.com. Retrieved 2015-11-09. 
  93. ^ "DJ Sun Junkie featuring CeCe Peniston & Dayion - "Piece of That". Discogs. Zink Media. 2016. discogs.com. Retrieved 2016-06-13. 
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  95. ^ "CeCe Peniston - "Hitmix/It Should Have Been You/Inside That I Cried". Discogs. Zink Media. discogs.com. Retrieved 2015-03-21. Hitmix 12" ("Finally", "We Got a Love Thang", Keep On Walkin'") 
  96. ^ "CeCe Peniston - "Searchin". Discogs. Zink Media. discogs.com. Retrieved 2015-03-21. 
  97. ^ "CeCe Peniston - "I'm in the Mood" - EU". Discogs. Zink Media. discogs.com. Retrieved 2015-03-21. 
  98. ^ "CeCe Peniston - "I'm Not Over You" - US". Discogs. Zink Media. discogs.com. Retrieved 2015-03-21. 
  99. ^ "CeCe Peniston - "Before I Lay (You Drive Me Crazy)/House Party" - US". Discogs. Zink Media. discogs.com. Retrieved 2015-03-21. 
  100. ^ "Nastyboy Klick and CeCe Peniston - US Bubbling Under R&B/Hip-Hop Singles - "I Know You Want Me". Billboard. Google Books. 1998-04-18. p. 61. Retrieved 2015-03-21. #9 
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  102. ^ "CeCe Peniston - "Dance with Me". 16 Bars. SoundCloud. 2012-07-13. soundcloud.com. Retrieved 2015-03-21. 
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  118. ^ "Felipe Waxx Delgado - "Right Here (Rough UMS Mix)" by CeCe Peniston". SoundCloud. Sound Cloud Ltd. 2012-11-26. soundcloud.com. Retrieved 2015-03-21. 
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