Mandy Moore discography

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Mandy Moore discography
Mandy Moore - concert 2009.jpg
Mandy Moore at the "Love at First Sniff" concert; Chicago, 2009
Studio albums6
Compilation albums3
Video albums2
Music videos14
Singles12
Soundtrack albums18
Music video cameo4

American singer Mandy Moore has released six studio albums, three compilation albums, two video albums, twelve singles, and thirteen music videos. After being spotted singing at a recording studio by an artists and repertoire representative for Epic Records, Moore was signed to Sony Music.[1] Her debut album, So Real, was released in December 1999. The album performed moderately on the charts, peaking at number thirty-one on the Billboard 200 and was certified Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). According to Nielsen SoundScan, So Real had sold about 950,000 copies in the United States, by June 2009. Her debut single, "Candy", peaked at number forty-one on the US Billboard Hot 100, and was certified Gold by the RIAA. It also reached the top forty in Canada, France, Ireland, and Switzerland and the top ten in Australia, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom. In Australia the song peaked at number two on the ARIA Singles Chart and was certified Platinum by the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA). So Real was followed up with I Wanna Be with You, in May 2000. It is a re-release of the debut album, with remixed tracks and few new songs, the album reached number twenty-one on the Billboard 200 and was certified Gold by the RIAA.[2] It also went on to sell about 805,000 copies in the US by June 2009. The album spawned only one single, the title track, which peaked at number twenty-four on the Hot 100, becoming Moore's only top-thirty song in the US and her highest peak to date.[3] The song also reached number thirteen in Australia and was certified Gold by the ARIA.

In 2001, Mandy Moore released her self-titled third studio album, which was influenced by pop rock genre and Middle Eastern music.[4] It debuted at number thirty-five on the Billboard 200, and was later certified Gold by the RIAA. By June 2009, it had sold 464,000 copies in the US and spawned three singles. The lead single, "In My Pocket", peaked at number eleven in Australia and in turn was certified Gold by the ARIA. The follow-up single, "Crush", peaked at number twenty-five in Australia. Coverage, Moore's fourth studio album and her first cover album, was released in October 2003.[5] The album contained covers of songs from the 1980s and 1990s like the ones of Carole King, Joni Mitchell and Carly Simon.[2] It debuted and peaked at number fourteen on the Billboard 200 chart. The position remains her highest peak on the chart to date, and as of June 2009 has sold 294,000 copies in the US.[6] Moore and Sony parted ways in 2004, citing creative differences.[7] A compilation album, The Best of Mandy Moore, followed the split.[7] The compilation reached number 148 on the Billboard 200 and has sold about 104,000 copies in the US. A DVD of the same title, containing Moore's music videos from 1999 to 2003, was also released.

In July 2006, Moore signed a record deal with The Firm, a record label run by EMI.[8] The singer's fifth studio album, Wild Hope, was released in June 2007. A departure from her previous style, Moore incorporated folk and acoustic music into the album.[9] The album peaked at number thirty on the Billboard 200 chart and went on to sell about 109,000 copies in the US. In May 2009, Moore's sixth studio album, Amanda Leigh, was released through Storefront Recordings.[10] Following the same musical style as Wild Hope, the album's title was taken from Moore's full name.[11] It debuted at number twenty-five on the Billboard 200 and has sold 16,000 copies in the US, as of June 2009. The singles from Wild Hope and Amanda Leigh were commercially unsuccessful and failed to chart.

Albums[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Title Album details Peak chart positions Certifications Sales
US
[6]
AUS
[12]
JPN
[13]
NZL
[14]
UK
[15]
So Real 31
I Wanna Be with You
  • Released: May 9, 2000
  • Label: 550 Music (BK 62195)
  • Formats: CD, digital download
21 55 49 6 52
Mandy Moore
  • Released: June 19, 2001
  • Label: Epic (EK 61430)
  • Formats: CD, digital download
35 37 39
Coverage
  • Released: October 21, 2003
  • Label: Epic (EK 90127)
  • Formats: CD, DVD, digital download
14 97
Wild Hope
  • Released: June 19, 2007
  • Label: EMI/The Firm, Inc. (81006-70112-2-8)
  • Formats: CD, digital download
30
Amanda Leigh 25
"—" denotes items which failed to chart or were not released in that country.

Compilation albums[edit]

Title Album details Peak chart positions Sales
US
[6]
The Best of Mandy Moore
  • Released: November 16, 2004
  • Label: Epic (EK 93458)
  • Formats: CD, CD+DVD, digital download
148
Candy[18]
  • Released: April 5, 2005
  • Label: Sony Music (93741)
  • Format: CD
Super Hits[19]
  • Released: August 28, 2007
  • Label: Sony Music (712338)
  • Format: CD
"—" denotes items which failed to chart or were not released in that country.

Singles[edit]

Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album
US
[3]
US
Pop

[20]
AUS
[12]
AUT
[21]
CAN
[22][23]
FRA
[24]
GER
[25]
NZL
[14]
SWI
[26]
UK
[27]
"Candy" 1999 41 27 2 38 35 16 72 10 39 6 So Real
"Walk Me Home"[29] 38
"So Real" 2000 21 75 18
"I Wanna Be with You" 24 11 13 66 24 21 I Wanna Be with You
"In My Pocket" 2001 [A] 21 11 26 Mandy Moore
"Crush" [B] 35 25 83
"Cry"[31][32] 2002
"Have a Little Faith in Me"[33] 2003 39 Coverage
"Drop the Pilot"
"Senses Working Overtime" (live)[34] 2004
"Extraordinary"[35][36] 2007 [C] Wild Hope
"Nothing That You Are"[37]
"I Could Break Your Heart Any Day of the Week"[38][39] 2009 Amanda Leigh
"Wind in My Hair"
(from Tangled: Before Ever After)[40]
2017 non-album single
"When I Wasn't Watching" 2019 TBA
"I’d Rather Lose" TBA
"—" denotes items which failed to chart or were not released in that country.


Notes[edit]

  • A ^ "In My Pocket" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100 but peaked on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart at number two.[41]
  • B ^ "Crush" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100 but peaked on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart at number nineteen.[41]
  • C ^ "Extraordinary" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100 but peaked on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart at number two.[41]

Soundtrack appearances[edit]

Song Year Film
"Stupid Cupid" 2001 The Princess Diaries: Original Soundtrack[42]
"On the Line" (with *NSYNC, Christian Burns and True Vibe) On the Line: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack[43]
"Only Hope" 2002 A Walk to Remember: Music From the Motion Picture[44]
"Someday We'll Know" (with Jonathan Foreman)
"It's Gonna Be Love"
"Lighthouse"
"Top of the World" Stuart Little 2[45]
"Song of Life" Tarzan & Jane
"Secret Love" 2003 Mona Lisa Smile[46]
"One Way or Another" 2006 Aquamarine: Music from the Motion Picture[47]
"Dreamz with a Z" American Dreamz[48]
"Mommy Don't Drink Me to Bed Tonight"
"When Will My Life Begin" 2010 Tangled: Original Soundtrack[49]
"When Will My Life Begin (Reprise 1)"
"When Will My Life Begin (Reprise 2)"
"I've Got a Dream" (with Brad Garrett, Jeffrey Tambor, Zachary Levi, Company)
"I See the Light" (with Zachary Levi)
"Healing Incantation"
"The Tear Heals"
"Sheriff Callie's Wild West Theme Song" 2014 Sheriff Callie's Wild West (Music from the TV Series)[50]
"Cowgirl Twirl"
"Amazing Lucky Scarf"
"We're Gonna Clean Up Our Town"
"You're Not a Tattletale"
"Chugga Chugga Choo Choo Train"
"Sparky, Come Back to Me"
"Picture Perfect"
"Sayin' I'm Sorry"
"Cattle Drive"
"Those Peppers"
"Ask for Help"
"Willin'" 2017 This Is Us (Music From the Series)[51]
"Next Stop Anywhere" (with Zachary Levi & Eden Espinosa) 2019 Rapunzel’s Tangled Adventure (Music from the TV Series)[52]
"If I Could Take This Moment Back" (with Zachary Levi)
"Next Stop Anywhere (Reprise)" (with Zachary Levi)
"The View from up Here" (with Eden Espinosa)
"With You by My Side" (with Zachary Levi & Eden Espinosa)

Videography[edit]

Video releases[edit]

Title Album details Notes
The Real Story[53]
  • Released: December 19, 2000
  • Label: Sony Music Distribution
  • Format: DVD
  • Authorized video biography of Moore.[2]
  • Includes interviews, footage from her early years and music videos for "Candy", "I Wanna Be With You", "Walk Me Home", and "So Real".[2]
  • Also features production stills, a trivia game, and a commentary track by Moore.[2]
The Best of Mandy Moore[54]
  • Released: November 16, 2004
  • Label: Sony Music Distribution
  • Format: DVD
  • A compilation of all the music videos by Mandy Moore from 1999 to 2003.[55]
  • Performances at the Sessions@AOL also included.[54]

Music videos[edit]

Title Year Director
"Candy" 1999 Chris Robinson[56]
"Walk Me Home" Gregory Dark[57]
"So Real" 2000 Gregory Dark[58]
"I Wanna Be with You" Nigel Dick[59]
"In My Pocket" 2001 Matthew Rolston[60]
"Crush" Chris Applebaum[61]
"On the Line" Unknown
"Cry" 2002 Chris Applebaum[62]
"Only Hope" Adam Shankman
"Drop the Pilot" 2003 Nick DiBella[63]
"Have a Little Faith in Me" Christopher Mills[64]
"Senses Working Overtime" 2004 Unknown[65]
"Extraordinary" 2007 Ace Norton[66]
"I Could Break Your Heart Any Day of the Week" 2009 Ghost Town Media[67]
"When I Wasn't Watching" 2019 Lauren Dukoff[68]

Music video appearances[edit]

Title Year Original artist
"Little Things" 2000 Good Charlotte[69]
"Original Sin" 2002 Elton John[70]
"Make You Crazy" 2008 Brett Dennen featuring Femi Kuti[71]
"Stand Up 2 Cancer" 2010 Various Artists
"Our Fight Song" 2016 Democratic National Convention featuring Various Artists

Notes[edit]

The Country codes used are per the ISO 3166-1 alpha-3 standard. A complete list of the codes and their corresponding counties can be found here. Please note that the United Kingdom is an exception here, listed as "UK" instead of "GBR" (UK is an ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code listed under Exceptional reservations).

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