Number 1 (Linda Király album)

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#1
Studio album by Linda Király
Released December 1, 2003 (Hungary)[1]
Genre R&B, Soul, Pop
Length 66:16
Label King Music Management
Singles from #1
  1. "Szerelem utolsó vérig"
    Released: 2002
  2. "Clubsong"
    Released: 2002
  3. "Holla"
    Released: 2004
  4. "És mégis"
    Released: November 8, 2004[2]

#1 is the first album by Hungarian singer Linda Király. Though it includes songs both in English and Hungarian, it was released only in Hungary, where it reached #19 on the official albums chart.[3] It includes two of her previous hits, "Szerelem utolsó vérig" (the theme song of the movie of the same title) and "Clubsong" (feat. Pain), the theme song of a reality show.

Track listing[edit]

# Title Songwriters Length
1. Intro Simon Stewart 1:36
2. Use Me Denzel Foster, Simon Stewart 3:35
3. Unconditional Love J'-Marquis 4:25
4. A fák is siratják Gábor Presser, Anna Adamis 3:28
5. Holla Mousse T, Errol Rennalls 3:00
6. Szabadon élni Presser, Dusán Sztevanovity 3:34
7. Két szív Presser, Sztevanovity 3:59
8. Fast Lane Simon Stewart, Linda Linda 3:54
9. Dreaming Giovanni, Michael Whitwer, Linda Király 4:44
10. Tell It to the World Simon Stewart, Shawn Hollingsworth 4:29
11. És mégis Ákos Létray, Eszter Major 4:33
12. Másik igazság Presser, Sztevanovity 4:00
13. Crush Stewart 3:33
14. That Day Stewart 4:26
15. Jumpin' My Ride Errol Reid, Oliver Dommaschk, Marco Quast, Linda Király 3:29
16. Outro Stewart 0:32
17. Szerelem utolsó vérig Presser 4:43
18. Clubsong Giovanni, Linda Keresztes, Linda Király, Pain 3:44

Singles with positions and track listings[edit]

Szerelem utolsó vérig (music video only) Clubsong (#2 on MAHASZ Single Top 10, #7 on Top 40 Airplay)

  1. Clubsong 3:46
  2. Clubsong (4U remix) 4:07
  3. Clubsong (instrumental version) 3:46

Holla (music video & digital download only) És mégis (#25 on Top 40 Airplay)

  1. És mégis
  2. És mégis (Sun radio mix)
  3. És mégis (Shane 54 unleashed remix)
  4. És mégis (Shane 54 radio edit)

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