Replay (Play album)
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|Studio album by Play|
|Released||10 June 2003|
|Genre||Pop, Pop rock, R&B, teen pop, dance pop, power pop|
|Producer||Desmond Child, Bill Padley, Rick Wake, Pamela Sheyne|
Replay is the second studio album by Swedish girlband Play, released on 10 June 2003. It contains covers from British artists such as Billie Piper, Liberty X and Atomic Kitten. The first single off the album was "I Must Not Chase the Boys". The album peaked at #67 on the Billboard 200 chart.
- "I Must Not Chase the Boys" – 3:16
- "Honey to the Bee" – 4:14
- "Just a Little" – 3:56
- "Whole Again" – 3:04
- "Hot" –3:45
- "Girl's Mind" – 2:27
- "What Is Love?" – 3:44
- "11 out of 10" – 3:46
- "Let's Get to the Love Part" – 3:31
- "2 Blocks Down" – 3:27
- "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" – 3:16
- "Unspeakable" – (Target Exclusive bonus track) 3:15
Several songs on Replay are covers of the original versions by their respective artists:
- "Honey To The Bee" was originally sung and released as a single by British popstar Billie Piper.
- "Just A Little" was recorded with slightly more suggestive lyrics by British group Liberty X in 2001.
- Both Play and American-British girl group No Secrets recorded "Whole Again" in late 2002 - but it was originally a hit for British girl group Atomic Kitten just one year earlier.
- Play was one of many artists to record their version of the classic "Ain't No Mountain High Enough," which was originally performed in 1967 by Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell.
Other songs on the album were later covered by other artists:
- Play was the first to record "What Is Love," but actress-singer Raven-Symoné covered this song in her 2004 album This Is My Time.
- Tata Young covered Play's song "I Must Not Chase The Boys" in her 2006 album Temperature Rising
- The German singer, Joana Zimmer, covered "Let's Get To The Love Part" in her newest album, The Voice In Me.
- "2 Blocks Down" was used to write a Korean group Girls' Generation's song in their debut single "Beginning".
- "11 Out of 10" was later covered by the pop German group No Angels.
- "What is Love?" was later covered by Peter Andre.
Replay peaked at #67 on the Billboard 200 chart on June 28, 2003.
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