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Corbin Bleu discography

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Corbin Bleu discography
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Corbin Bleu, 2007
Studio albums 2
Music videos 5
Singles 5

The discography of Corbin Bleu consists of two studio albums, five singles, five music videos. Bleu has also recorded eleven singles and several other releases as his High School Musical character Chad Danforth in the High School Musical film series' soundtracks. He also pursued a solo career and released his debut album Another Side on May 1, 2007. The album debuted at number thirty-six on the U.S. Billboard 200, selling 18,000 copies in its first week.[1] Bleu released his second album, Speed of Light, on March 10, 2009 in the U.S.[2]

Studio albums

Year Album details Peak chart
positions
US UK
[3]
2007 Another Side 36 120
2009 Speed of Light
  • Release date: March 10, 2009
  • Label: Hollywood Records
"—" denotes releases that did not chart

Singles

Year Song U.S. Hot U.S. Pop Album
2006 "Push It to the Limit"[4] 14 17 Another Side
2007 "Deal with It (featuring Jay Sean)"[5] 112 87
2008 "Run It Back Again"[6] 113[7] 94 Radio Disney Jams 10
2009 "Moments That Matter"[8] 98 Speed of Light
2009 "Celebrate You"[9] 110 87

As featured artists

Year Song U.S. Hot U.S. Pop Album
2007 "Push It to the Limit" 131 50 Jump In!
2007 "I Don't Dance" (with Lucas Grabeel) 70 50 High School Musical 2
2007 "What Time Is It?" (with High School Musical 2 cast) 84 50 High School Musical 2
2008 "The Boys Are Back" (with Zac Efron)[10] 101 50 High School Musical 3: Senior Year
2008 "Run It Back Again" 98 50 Minutemen
2009 "If We Were a Movie" (with Miley Cyrus) - - Hannah Montana 3

Other appearances

Year Song U.S. Hot U.S. Pop Album
2007 "Two Worlds" 122 50 Disneymania 5[11]
2007 "This Christmastime" 104 50 Disney Channel Holiday[12]
2009 "Run It Back Again" 124 50 Disney Channel Playlist

Music videos

Year Title Director
2006 "Push It to the Limit" Gerrard, Nevil
2007 "Deal with It"
2008 "Celebrate You" Nevil Robbie
2009 "Run It Back Again"
2009 "Moments That Matter" Hudson Eric

See also

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