No Secrets (No Secrets album)

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No Secrets
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Studio album by No Secrets
Released August 6, 2002
Recorded 2001-02
Genre
Length 36:08
Label Jive
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 2/5 stars[1]

No Secrets is the only studio album by American-British girl group No Secrets. It was released on August 6, 2002, through Jive Records. The album spawned two singles, "Kids in America" (from Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius) and "That's What Girls Do" (from The Powerpuff Girls Movie, later featured on the soundtrack for The Hot Chick). No Secrets received poor reviews from critics and was a commercial disappointment. The album only charted at No. 136 on the Billboard 200 and only stayed on the chart for three weeks.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Length
1. "That's What Girls Do" Nina Osoff, Richie Supa Andy Goldmark, Jeff Coplan 3:10
2. "On the Floor" Brad Daymond, Alex Greggs, Andreao Heard, James Lloyd, Jeff Lorber, Danny O'Donoghue, Mark Sheehan, Christopher Wallace Riprock 'n' Alex G 3:02
3. "Skin Deep" Tim Hawes, Pete Kirtley, Liz Winstanley Hawes, Kirtley 3:23
4. "Kids in America" Marty Wilde, Ricky Wilde Riprock 'n' Alex G 3:06
5. "It's Alright" Andy Goldmark, Jan Kask, Steve Robson, Sheppard Solomon Goldmark 3:18
6. "I'll Remember You" Brian Kierulf, Josh Schwartz Kierulf, Schwartz 4:08
7. "Here I Am" Douglas Carr, Jörgen Elofsson Carr, Joakim "Krax" Udd, Peter Boström 3:08
8. "Hot" Adrian Gurvitz, Heather Holley Gurvitz 3:40
9. "I Know What I Want" Gurvitz, Majors Gurvitz 3:22
10. "What Are You Waiting For?" Goldmark, Mueller Goldmark, Riprock 'n' Alex G 2:53
11. "No Secrets" Gurvitz, Holley, Michele Vice Gurvitz 2:57
12. "Comes Back" (bonus track)     2:46

Leftover tracks[edit]

  • "Baby It Works for Me"
  • "Friends Forever"
  • "Janet"
  • "Little Angel of Mine"
  • "No Experience Required"
  • "When We Kiss"
  • "Whole Again"
  • "Worthless"

Singles[edit]

  • "That's What Girls Do" - June 18, 2002
  • "Kids in America"

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (2002) Peak
position
US Billboard 200 136
US Top Heatseekers 1

Notes[edit]