In Blue

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For the 1995 Klaus Schulze album, see In Blue (Klaus Schulze album).
In Blue
In Blue album cover
Studio album by The Corrs
Released 17 July 2000 (2000-07-17)
Recorded July 1999–May 2000; Westland Studios, Dublin, Ireland
Genre Pop rock, alternative rock, Celtic, folk rock
Length 58:55
Label Atlantic, 143
Producer The Corrs, Robert John "Mutt" Lange
The Corrs chronology
The Corrs Unplugged
In Blue
Best of The Corrs
Singles from In Blue
  1. "Breathless"
    Released: 14 June 2000
  2. "Irresistible"
    Released: 13 November 2000
  3. "Give Me a Reason"
    Released: 12 March 2001
  4. "All the Love in the World"
    Released: 17 June 2001
Alternate cover
Special edition cover
special edition
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 3/5 stars[1] 2/5 stars[2]
Entertainment Weekly C-[3]
NME 5/10[4]

In Blue is the third album by Irish Celtic folk rock band The Corrs, released in 2000 which saw the band become known in the United States. The title of the album comes from a lyric in the song "Give Me a Reason". As well as the UK number one single "Breathless", the album also contains new versions of "Radio" and "At Your Side" which had previously appeared on their previous album The Corrs Unplugged. Mutt Lange co-wrote three songs from the album and Tim Martin was the engineer for the album's tracks for their recordings at Westland Studios and Windmill Lane Studios in Dublin.

Several of the tracks were used in various television programmes and films: "Rebel Heart" as the theme for the TV miniseries of the same name; "One Night" in Mad About Mambo; "At Your Side" in Say It Isn't So and the trailer for the film The Holiday; and "All the Love in the World" in the film America's Sweethearts.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written and composed by The Corrs, with additional writing by Robert John "Mutt" Lange on track 1, 5 & 7. 

No. Title Length
1. "Breathless"   3:28
2. "Give Me a Reason"   3:29
3. "Somebody for Someone"   4:00
4. "Say"   4:33
5. "All the Love in the World"   4:22
6. "Radio"   4:14
7. "Irresistible"   3:40
8. "One Night"   4:38
9. "All in a Day"   3:43
10. "At Your Side"   3:55
11. "No More Cry"   2:59
12. "Rain"   4:15
13. "Give It All Up"   3:28
14. "Hurt Before"   4:05
15. "Rebel Heart" (Instrumental) 4:06

Special edition[edit]


The band[edit]


  • Anthony Drennan - guitars, lead guitar
  • Keith Duffy - bass

Guest musicians[edit]


  • Producers: The Corrs, Robert John "Mutt" Lange
  • Engineer: Tim Martin
  • Assistant Engineer: Frances Murphy
  • Mixing: Adam Olmsted, Mike Shipley
  • Pre-Programming: Richard Meyer aka Swayd
  • Programming: Richard Meyer aka Swayd, Cory Churko, Oisin Murry
  • String Arrangements: Fiachra Trench
  • Production Consultant: Mitchell Froom
  • Art Direction: Elizabeth Barrett
  • Design: Andrea Brooks
  • Photography: Rankin, Norman Jean Roy

Charts and certifications[edit]

Preceded by
Parachutes by Coldplay
UK number one album
29 July 2000 – 11 August 2000
Succeeded by
Ronan by Ronan Keating
Preceded by
Crush by Bon Jovi
Australian ARIA Albums Chart number-one album
17–23 July 2000
Succeeded by
Upstyledown by 28 Days

Release history[edit]

Region Date Format
Australia 10 July 2000 CD
United Kingdom 17 July 2000 CD, cassette
20 November 2000 special edition CD and cassette
26 August 2002 DVD audio
Argentina 1 June 2001 CD
Germany 17 November 2000 special edition CD
Japan 12 July 2000 CD