Resurrection (East 17 album)

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Resurrection
Resurrection 1998.jpg
Studio album by E-17 aka East 17
Released 16 November 1998, 2013
Recorded 1998
Genre Pop
Label Telstar Records
E-17 aka East 17 chronology
Around The World Hit Singles: The Journey So Far
(1996)Around The World Hit Singles: The Journey So Far1996
Resurrection
(1998)
The Very Best of East Seventeen
(2005)The Very Best of East Seventeen2005

Resurrection is the fourth studio album by East 17, the first without member Tony Mortimer and the last to feature Brian Harvey. They would also use new name E-17. The album was released on 16 November 1998 and is softer in tone than its predecessors, with the main genre being R&B as opposed to the dance and pop music from previous years.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Each Time"
  2. "Sleeping in My Head"
  3. "Tell Me What You Want"
  4. "Betcha Can't Wait"
  5. "Anything (Interlude)"
  6. "Daddy's Gonna Love You"
  7. "I'm Here for You"
  8. "Ain't No Stoppin'"
  9. "Falling in Love Again"
  10. "Whatever You Need"
  11. "Coming Home" (Interlude)
  12. "I Miss You"
  13. "Another Time"
  14. "Lately"

Note : There is a hidden track titled "Start it" before "Each Time", it required to read back during 4min 27s. Because no software (PC/Mac) can read back, just Hi-Fi CD Player and Discman can find it.

Greatest[edit]

In 2013, after Tony Mortimer's departure from the 3-piece East 17 of 2010-2012, the album "Resurrection" was re-released via the Demon Music Group under the name " Greatest ". Very little information on this release is available. The track-listing is re-arranged slightly. The album wasn't promoted and thus did not sell many copies, and non-single songs have just over 1,000 listens each on Spotify. [1]

Charts[edit]

Certifications[edit]

Region Certification Certified units/Sales
United Kingdom (BPI)[5] Silver 60,000^

*sales figures based on certification alone
^shipments figures based on certification alone

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