Daniel Merriweather discography

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Daniel Merriweather discography
Studio albums 1
Music videos 10
EPs 2
Singles 6
Promotional Singles 2
Music Video Appearances 8

This article provides a discography of the official releases by Australian singer Daniel Merriweather.

Studio albums[edit]

Title Album details Peak chart positions[1] Certifications
Love & War 32 28 12 34 15 59 8 2

Extended plays[edit]

Year EP
2004 Merriweather
  • Promotional EP
2008 iTunes Live: London Sessions
  • Digital-only EP


Title Year Peak chart positions Album
"City Rules" (featuring Saigon) 2004 76 Non-album singles
"She's Got Me" 69
"Change" (featuring Wale) 2009 41 11 66 13 31 6 8 Love & War
"Red" 65 5 9 5
"Impossible" 39 52 67
"Water and a Flame" (featuring Adele) 180
"—" denotes releases that didn't chart or weren't released in that territory.

As a featured artist[edit]

Title Year Peak chart positions Album
"Catch Phrase"
(Phrase featuring Daniel Merriweather)
2006 Talk with Force
"Stop Me"
(Mark Ronson featuring Daniel Merriweather)
2007 64 65 38 11 2 Version
"Cash In My Pocket"
(Wiley featuring Daniel Merriweather)
2008 18 See Clear Now
"I Never"
(The Bamboos featuring Daniel Merriweather)
2012 Medicine Man
"Simple Man"
(Diafrix featuring Daniel Merriweather)
Pocket Full of Dreams
"—" denotes releases that didn't chart or weren't released in that territory.

Promotional singles[edit]

Year Song Album
2006 "Tied Up" (Juse feat. Ethical & Daniel Merriweather) Global Casino
2008 "Chainsaw" Love & War

Guest/soundtrack appearances[edit]

  • A Little Bit Better Arthur (film) (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (2011)
  • All I Want (w/Disco Montego), Disco Montego (album) (2002)
  • Another Way Down (w/Harmonic), One Last Ride (soundtrack album) (2005)
  • Breakadawn (w/Rhymefest), Man In The Mirror (mixtape) (2007)
  • Bloodlust (w/Pnau) Again (album) (2003)
  • Can't Buy You Arthur (film) (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (2011)
  • Catch Phrase (w/Phrase) Talk With Force (album) (2005)
  • Caught Up (w/ Brad Strut) Legend: Official (album) (2007)
  • Chains (w/Phrase) Clockwork (album) (2009)
  • Come Fly With Me (w/Mystro) Diggi Down Unda (album) (2006)
  • Dazed Arthur (film) (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (2011)
  • Does She Like It (w/Phrase) Talk With Force (album)(2005)
  • Four Seasons (w/Jase) Jase Connection Vol. 1 (album) (2006)
  • Heart & Soul (w/Phrase) Talk With Force (album) (2006)
  • Let's Ride (w/Wale) 100 Miles & Running (mixtape) (2007)
  • Maybe (feat. Lee Sissing); Hating Alison Ashley (Various Artists soundtrack album) (2005)
  • Money In My Pocket (w/ Wiley) See Clear Now (album) (2008)
  • Pot Of Gold (w/ Wale), 10 Deep Presents The New Deal (v/a mixtape) (2008)
  • Stop Me (AKA "Stop Me Medley") (w/Mark Ronson) Version' (2007)
  • The End (songwriting credits) (SugaRush Beat Company feat. Michael Franti of Spearhead) SugaRush Beat Company (2008)
  • Tied Up (w/ Juse), Global Casino (album) (2006)
  • Tied Up Pt. 2 (w/ Ethical), Ages Turn (album) (2008)
  • Who Is She? (w/DJ Peril) King Of The Beats (album) (2006)
  • War (w/Wale) More About Nothing (mixtape) (2010)

In 2005, Merriweather recorded vocals for a song by Freeway, but this track remains unreleased.


Music videos[edit]

Year Music video Director
2004 "City Rules"
(feat. Saigon)
Bart Borghesi
"She's Got Me"
2006 "Catch Phrase"
(with Phrase)
"Tied Up"
(with Juse, Phrase and Ethical)
Andy Morton
2007 "Stop Me" (UK version)
(with Mark Ronson)
Scott Lyon
"Stop Me" (US version)
(with Mark Ronson) (US version)
Matt Lenski
"Tied Up, Part 2"
(with Ethical)
DJ Jimmy Olsen
"Cash in My Pocket"
(with Wiley)
Kim Gehrig
(feat. Wale)
Elliot Jokelson
"Red" Anthony Mandler
"Water and a Flame"
(feat. Adele)

Music video appearances[edit]

Year Music video Director
2007 "Oh My God"
(Mark Ronson feat. Lily Allen)
Nima Nourizadeh


  1. ^ "Daniel Merriweather - Love & War - Music Charts". Acharts.us. Retrieved 2012-03-01. 
  2. ^ "Certified Awards Search: Daniel Merriweather". British Phonographic Industry. Archived from the original on 24 September 2009. Retrieved 12 March 2012. 

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