Come My Way (Christine Anu album)

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Come My Way
Come My Way.jpg
Studio album by Christine Anu
Released September 11, 2000 (2000-09-11)
Recorded 2000–2001
Genre Pop, dance-pop, alternative pop
Length 47:58
Label Mushroom Records
Producer Stuart Crichton
Christine Anu chronology
Stylin' Up
(1995)
Come My Way
(2000)
45 Degrees
(2003)
Singles from Come My Way
  1. "Sunshine on a Rainy Day"
    Released: May 2000
  2. "Jump to Love"
    Released: September 2000
  3. "'Coz I'm Free"
    Released: April 2001

Come My Way is the second studio album by Torres Strait Islander singer Christine Anu. It was her first studio album in five years, after releasing her debut album Stylin' Up in 1995. The album peaked at number 18 in October 2000, becoming Anu's highest charting album.

At the ARIA Music Awards of 2001, the album was nominated for two awards; Best Pop Release and Best Female Artist but lost out on both to Light Years by Kylie Minogue. [1]

Come My Way received warm reviews with Steve Rendle of the Evening Post saying it's “a great pop record” and “magic.” He also noted that “Anu’s voice is a sparkling joy.” Anu’s enthusiastic fans seem to agree and are eager to see what the dancer, singer, songwriter, and actress will try her hand at next."[2]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Soul Chant" (featuring Djakapurra) Christine Anu 1:07
2. "Celebrate" (featuring Djakapurra) Anu, Stuart Crichton 4:14
3. "Sunshine on a Rainy Day" Martin Glover 3:47
4. "'Coz I'm Free" Anu, Crichton, Andy White 3:56
5. "Fire & Water (Take Me Down)" Anu 4:00
6. "Jump to Love" Paul Kelly, Anu, Crichton 3:57
7. "Beat of Your Heart" Kelly 3:58
8. "I Hear You Call" Anu, Crichton 3:59
9. "Change Your Mind" Anu, Crichton 3:31
10. "Understand" Anu, Crichton, White 3:28
11. "Mother's Child" Anu 4:51
12. "Soul Chant (Reprise)" (featuring Djakapurra) Anu 3:28
13. "Island Home (Earth Beat)" Neil Murray 3:49

Charts[edit]

Chart (2000) Peak
position
Australian Albums (ARIA)[3] 18

Certifications[edit]

Region Certification Certified units/Sales
Australia (ARIA)[4] Gold 35,000^

^shipments figures based on certification alone

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