Revolution in Me

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Revolution in Me
Revolution In Me (Album).jpg
Studio album by Siobhán Donaghy
Released 29 September 2003
Recorded 2002–2003
Genre Indie pop, alternative rock
Length 53:58
Label London Records
Producer
Siobhán Donaghy chronology
Revolution in Me
(2003)
Ghosts
(2007)Ghosts2007
Singles from Revolution in Me
  1. "Overrated"
    Released: 23 June 2003
  2. "Twist of Fate"
    Released: 15 September 2003
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 4/5 stars[1]
Drowned in Sound (7/10)[2]
RTÉ 4/5 stars[3]
Stylus B−[4]
The Guardian 3/5 stars[5]
Yahoo! Music (7/10)[6]

Revolution in Me is the debut solo album released by former Sugababe Siobhán Donaghy, on 29 September 2003. The album debuted, and peaked, at #117 on the UK Albums Chart. Her forename is stylised as 'Siobhan' for this album, as opposed to the correct styling of 'Siobhán'. The album was reviewed well in European countries, including Sweden and Finland.[7] The album was released with the Copy Control protection system in some regions.[citation needed] Two singles were released from the album: "Overrated" and "Twist of Fate".

Track listing[edit]

Standard edition
No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Length
1. "Nothing But Song" (Preetesh album version) Siobhán Donaghy, Marlon McVey, Preetesh Hirji, Matt Kent, Bob Andy Mister, Hirji 3:49
2. "Man Without Friends" Donaghy, Marlon McVey, Hirji, Kent Mister, Hirji, Kent 4:30
3. "Overrated" (album version) Donaghy, Cameron McVey, Paul Simms Cameron McVey 4:46
4. "Little Bits" Donaghy, Cameron McVey, Hirji Jody Street, Kent 5:17
5. "As You Like It" Donaghy, Cameron McVey, Neil Pearson, Silvio Pacini Cameron McVey, Pearson, Pacini 4:22
6. "Next Human (XY)" Donaghy, Cameron McVey, Street, Kent Cameron McVey, Street, Kent 4:26
7. "Suasex" Donaghy, Cameron McVey, Pearson, Pacini Cameron McVey, Pearson, Pacini 4:28
8. "Twist of Fate" (album version) Donaghy, Cameron McVey, Marlon McVey, Kent, Hirji Cameron McVey 4:50
9. "Faces" (uncleared sample version) Donaghy, Marlon McVey, Hirji Mister, Hirji 3:48
10. "Dialect" Donaghy, Marlon McVey, Hirji Mister, Hirji 4:27
11. "Revolution in Me" Donaghy, Marlon McVey, Hirji Mister, Hirji 4:40
12. "Iodine" Donaghy, Cameron McVey, Simms Cameron McVey 4:31
B-sides
No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Length
1. "Those Anythings" Donaghy, Ben Allen, Ollie Gardner, Chris Hanby, Roudette Allen 4:03
2. "Instances"      
3. "Thus Far"      
4. "Don't Know Why" (live)      
5. "I'm Glad You're Mine" (live)      
6. "Overrated" (single remix) Donaghy, Cameron McVey, Simms Cameron McVey 4:32
7. "Twist of Fate" (radio edit) Donaghy, Cameron McVey, Marlon McVey, Kent, Hirji Cameron McVey 3:32
8. "Overrated" (radio edit) Donaghy, Cameron McVey, Simms Cameron McVey 3:44

Notes[edit]

  • The album's title, Revolution in Me, is said to relate to Siobhán Donaghy's departure from Sugababes.
  • "Nothing But Song" was released as a promotional single on vinyl under the name of "Shanghai Nobody", an anagram of "Siobhán Donaghy".
  • As the booklet includes eight additional front covers, there is no official album cover, as anyone can change the cover.
  • Interviewed on BBC Three's Liquid News show around the time of the release of "Twist of Fate", Siobhan mentioned the turkeys in the video, and said that they were more relevant to her upcoming Christmas single, "Iodine". However, no further single was released.

Charts[edit]

Chart (2003) Peak
position
UK Albums Chart[8] 117

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