Fefe Dobson discography

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Fefe Dobson discography
MuchMusic Video Awards 2007 696.jpg
Dobson at the 2007 MuchMusic Video Awards.
Studio albums 2
Music videos 15
Singles 14
Digital albums 1

The discography of Fefe Dobson, a Canadian pop rock singer-songwriter, consists of two released studio albums, one digital album, fourteen singles (including two as a featured artist), fifteen music videos and a number of other appearances.

Her debut album, Fefe Dobson (2003), topped the Billboard Heatseekers Albums chart and generated three top-20 singles on the Canadian Singles Chart, including the top-10 hits "Bye Bye Boyfriend" and "Don't Go (Girls and Boys)". After a period of commercial decline stemming from the shelved release of her intended second album, Sunday Love,[A] Dobson returned in 2010 with Joy. The album's three singles all reached the top 20 on the Canadian Hot 100 chart and were certified Gold or Platinum by Music Canada.

Albums[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

List of studio albums, with selected chart positions, sales figures and certifications
Title Album details Peak chart positions Sales Certifications
CAN
[1]
US
[2]
US
Heat

[3]
Fefe Dobson 26 67 1
  • CAN: 98,000[4]
  • US: 307,000[4]
Joy
  • Released: November 22, 2010
  • Label: 21 Music, Island Records
  • Format: CD, digital download
"—" denotes a release that did not chart.

Digital albums[edit]

Title Album details
Sunday Love
  • Released: December 18, 2012
  • Label: Island
  • Formats: Digital download

Singles[edit]

As lead artist[edit]

List of singles as lead artist, with selected chart positions and certifications, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album
CAN
[6]
CAN CHR
[7][B]
UK
[8]
US
[9]
US
Pop

[10]
"Bye Bye Boyfriend" 2003 8 Fefe Dobson
"Take Me Away" 20 87 25
"Everything" 2004 42 39
"Don't Go (Girls and Boys)" 9
"Don't Let It Go to Your Head" 2005 Sunday Love
"This Is My Life"[11] 2006
"Ghost" 2010 14
  • MC: Platinum[5]
Joy
"Stuttering" 10 39
  • MC: Platinum[5]
"Can't Breathe"
(featuring Orianthi)
2011 19
"Legacy" 2013 41 Non-album singles
"Celebrate"[12] 2014
"In Better Hands"[13]
"—" denotes a release that did not chart.

As featured artist[edit]

Title Year Peak chart positions Album
CAN
[14]
UK
[15]
"Forever in Our Hearts"[16]
(with Brian McKnight, Mýa, Nate Dogg, Sonny Sandoval, Jacoby Shaddix, Pete Loeffler, Ben Jelen & Ben Moody)
2005 Non-album charity singles
"Wavin' Flag"
(with Young Artists for Haiti)
2010 1 104
"—" denotes a release that did not chart.

Promotional singles[edit]

Title Year Album
"Watch Me Move"[17] 2008 Joy
"I Want You"[18] 2009

Music videos[edit]

List of music videos, showing year released and directors
Title Year Director(s) Ref.
"Bye Bye Boyfriend" 2003 Vale George [19]
"Take Me Away" Michael Palmieri [20]
"Everything" Chris Robinson [21]
"Everything" (Film version[C]) [22]
"Don't Go (Girls and Boys)" 2004 Rainbows & Vampires [23]
"Don't Let It Go to Your Head" 2005 Diane Martel [24]
"I Want You" 2009 Eric Sim [25]
"I Want You" (Remix) Aaron A, Samy Inayeh [26]
"Watch Me Move" [27]
"I Want You To Watch Me Move" [28]
"Ghost" 2010 Alan Ferguson [29]
"Stuttering" [30]
"Can't Breathe" 2011 Aaron A [31]
"Legacy" 2013 [32]
"In Better Hands" 2014 [33]
As featured artist
"Wavin' Flag"
(among Young Artists for Haiti)
2010 Dave Russell, Alex Nadon [34]

Miscellaneous appearances[edit]

  • Nokia Unwired Tour 2003 sampler (2003) (song: "Take Me Away")[35]
  • women with a voice compilation (2004) (song: "Everything")[36]
  • The Perfect Score soundtrack (2004) (songs: "Everything", "Unforgiven")[37]
  • O Canada (2004) (song: "Bye Bye Boyfriend")
  • Now That's What I Call Music 15 (2004) (song: "Everything")
  • Raising Helen soundtrack (2004) (song: "If You Walk Away")[38]
  • MuchDance 2005 compilation (2004) (song: "Truth Anthem")
  • TeleToon Toon Trax 2 compilation (2004) (song: "Bye Bye Boyfriend")
  • YTV Big Fun Party Mix Vol 6 compilation (2005) (song: "Don't Go")
  • Juno Awards compilation (2005) (song: "Take Me Away")
  • It's a Boy Girl Thing soundtrack (2006) (song: "Be Strong")[39]
  • MuchDance 2011 compilation (2010) (song: "Ghost")[40]
  • Radioactive album (2011) (song: "Animal")
  • Degrassi: Music from Season 13, Vol. 1 compilation (2013) (song: "Legacy")
  • Degrassi: Music from Season 13, Vol. 1 2.0 compilation (2014) (song: "Charge")

Songs in other media[edit]

Year Title Type Song
2003 Miss Match TV series episode: "Jive Turkey" "Everything"[41]
2004 Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County TV series premiere: "A Black & White Affair" "Take Me Away"
TV series episode: "The Bonfire" "Don't Go (Girls and Boys)"
One Tree Hill TV series episode: "You Gotta Go There to Come Back" "Everything"[42]
The Perfect Score Film "Everything"[37]
"Unforgiven"[37]
Raising Helen Film "If You Walk Away"[38]
Tommy Hilfiger TV ad "Don't Go (Girls and Boys)"[43]
WNBA TV ad: "This Is Who I Am" "Give It Up"[44]
2006 It's a Boy Girl Thing Film "Be Strong"[39]
2008 The Cho Show TV series theme song "Watch Me Move"[45][46]
Lipstick Jungle TV series promos "Watch Me Move"[47]
2009 90210 TV series episode:"Women's Intuition" "I Want You"[48]
Fringe TV series promos "Paranoia"[49]
Megan Wants a Millionaire TV series promos "I Want You"[50][51]
The Sims 3: World Adventures PC game "I Want You" (Simlish version)[52]
Tough Love 2 TV series episode:"The Wow Factor" "Watch Me Move"[53][54]
The Vampire Diaries TV series premiere:"Pilot" "I Want You"[55][56]
Whip It Film promos "I Want You"[57][58][59]
2010 American Idol TV series episode: "Top 24 Reveal" "Watch Me Move"[60][61][62]
America's Next Top Model TV series promos (1–5 of 6) "Watch Me Move"[63]
Basketball Wives TV series episode: "Episode 4" "Set Me Free"[64]
Fly Girls TV series episode: "High Expectations" "Watch Me Move"[65]
Style Network TV station promos "I Want You"[66]
"Joy"[66]
"Watch Me Move"[66]
Hellcats TV series promos[67] "Rockstar"
TV series premiere: "A World Full of Strangers"[68]
TV series episode: "Nobody Loves Me But My Mother" "Stuttering"[69]
TV series episode: "Ragged Old Flag" "Watch Me Move"[70][71]

Songwriting[edit]

Commercially released cover versions or songs written by Fefe Dobson recorded by other artists.

Year Title Performer Album
2006 "Don't Let It Go to Your Head" Lilyjets 3rd Floor
2007 "Start All Over" Miley Cyrus Meet Miley Cyrus
2008 "Don't Let It Go to Your Head" Rockett Queen Kiss and Tell
"我愛烦恼 (I Love Trouble)" S.H.E FM S.H.E
2009 "As a Blonde" Claire Clarke Shut Your Mouth
Selena Gomez & the Scene Kiss & Tell
"Don't Let It Go to Your Head" Jordin Sparks Battlefield
2010 "Round & Round" Selena Gomez & the Scene A Year Without Rain

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Sunday Love was originally slated for release in September 2005. However, this date was pushed back before the album's release was eventually cancelled by Island Records. The album was later released digitally on December 18, 2012.
  2. ^ Singles charting prior to 2012 cannot have their peak positions verified by the reference given. They may have charted on the Canada CHR/Top 40 chart published by Nielsen before it was published by Billboard.
  3. ^ The "film version" of the "Everything" music video features scenes from The Perfect Score, which were omitted in the standard version of the music video.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Peak positions on Canadian Albums Chart:
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  13. ^ "In Better Hands - Fefe Dobson | Release Info". AllMusic. All Media Network. Retrieved May 6, 2017. 
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  35. ^ Product Code B0001467-02 NOKIA Unwired Tour 2003 Featuring: Hoobastank, The All-American Rejects, Diffuser, Die Trying and Fefe Dobson (Universal Music Special Markets)
  36. ^ Product Code B0003327-02 women with a voice 2004 Featuring Ashanti, Paulina Rubio, Fefe Dobson, Mýa, JoJo presented by Pantene Pro-Voice & MTV (Universal Music Special Markets)
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  48. ^ "Fefe Dobson "I Want You" is on 90210 Tonight". Retrieved 2009-11-04. 
  49. ^ "Fefe Dobson – Fringe Promo (FOX Series)". Fox TV. Archived from the original on 2016-04-07. (Archived by WebCite at on 2009-08-28)
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