Malachi (album)

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Malachi
Malachi album.jpg
Studio album by Malachi
Released March 24, 2003
Recorded 2003
Genre Pop
Label Mercury
Producer Various[1]

Malachi is the eponymous debut album released by Fame Academy contestant Malachi Cush. The album was released on 24 March 2003 and features his debut single "Just Say You Love Me", along with some cover versions that he performed on Fame Academy. The album reached number 17 in the UK Album Chart in April 2003.

Track listing[edit]

All lyrics written by Malachi Cush; all music composed by Malachi Cush.

No. Title Length
1. "I Don't Know Why" (written by Shawn Colvin)  
2. "Fields of Gold" (written by Sting)  
3. "Just Say You Love Me"  
4. "All I Want Is You" (written by U2)  
5. "Baby I'm A Want You" (written by David Gates)  
6. "Amazed"  
7. "Have I Told You Lately" (written by Van Morrison)  
8. "Eyes of Blue"  
9. "A Man Is In Love" (with Caliope House)  
10. "The Dance" (written by Garth Brooks)  
11. "Vincent" (written by Don McLean)  
12. "Something" (written by George Harrison) 5:03
13. "How Can I Tell You?" (written by Cat Stevens)  
14. "First of May" (written by The Bee Gees)  
15. "You're the One" (written by Shane MacGowan; featuring Sinéad Quinn)  
16. "Shenandoah" (traditional song)  

Chart performance[edit]

The album reached number 17 in the UK Album Chart in April 2003 but only remained in the top 40 for one week.

Chart (2003) Peak
position
UK Albums (OCC)[2] 17

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