Traci Lords discography
Traci Lords, 2006
Studio albums 1 Compilation albums 1 Music videos 4 EPs 1 Singles 3 Promotional singles 3
Traci Lords has released one studio album, one extended play, one compilation album, three singles, three promotional singles and four music videos. She began recording her first demo songs in 1989. After singing in the teen musical comedy (1990), Lords got signed for a Cry-Baby development deal with Capitol Records. She was then asked to sing on the song "  Little Baby Nothing" from Manic Street Preachers' debut album (1992). Generation Terrorists Lords was later dropped due to disagreements between her and the label and after meeting with American DJ  Rodney Bingenheimer at a birthday party, she was recommended to Jeff Jacklin, who hired her to record the song "Love Never Dies" for the 1992 film . The producer of the soundtrack, Pet Sematary Two Gary Kurfirst, signed her for a development deal with his label Radioactive Records.
Her debut single, "
Control", was released in 1995. It peaked at number two on the and number eighty-two on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Songs UK Singles Chart. The song also appeared on the soundtrack to the film (1995), which was certified Mortal Kombat double platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). Lords' debut studio album,  (1995) was released shortly after. Despite the favorable reviews and good chart position of the lead single, 1000 Fires 1000 Fires did not achieve commercial success. Its second single, "  Fallen Angel" also managed to be successful in charts, peaking at eleven on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Songs and number seventy-two on UK Singles Chart. It was featured on the soundtrack to the film (1995).
Lords briefly returned to music in 2003 with the independent release of the song, "
Walking In L.A.", and extended play, (2004). However, she again decided to focus on her acting career. In 2010, she signed to Sea To Sun Recordings and released "Pretty" as a promotional single. Her single " Sunshine Last Drag" was released in 2011 and peaked at number four on the chart. Billboard Dance Club Songs
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Lim, Gerrie (February 1995). "Traci Lords: The Other Side of an X-Rated Star". BigO. Michael Cheah (110) . Retrieved . August 11, 2015
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McLaren, James (February 8, 2012). "Manic Street Preachers' Generation Terrorists: Traci Lords, guest vocalist". BBC Online . Retrieved . March 10, 2016
Newman, Melinda (March 18, 1995). "Heard At Grammys: Radio Complaints; New Projects by Ramone, Seger, Loeb". . Billboard Nielsen N.V. 107 (11): 14 . Retrieved . August 11, 2015
Borzillo, Carrie (September 30, 1995). "Surprise Sales of 'Mortal Kombat'. " . Billboard 107 (39): 98 . Retrieved . March 10, 2016
Sprague, David (April 1, 1995). "Roles On TV: A Help Or Hindrance To Musicians?". . Billboard Nielsen N.V. 107 (13): 17 . Retrieved . August 11, 2015
Erlewine, Stephen Thomas. "1000 Fires - Traci Lords". . AllMusic All Media Network . Retrieved . August 11, 2015
"Sunshine - Traci Lords". . AllMusic All Media Network . Retrieved . March 10, 2016
"Traci Lords Presents: M2F2 - Various Artists". . AllMusic All Media Network . Retrieved . March 10, 2016
"Traci Lords - Full Official Chart History". Official Charts Company . Retrieved . March 10, 2016
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"Traci Lords - Chart history". . Billboard Nielsen N.V. Retrieved . March 10, 2016
Russell, Deborah (March 18, 1995). "The Eye". . Billboard Nielsen N.V.: 43 . Retrieved . March 10, 2016
Lodie, Kevin Mark (January 6, 2005). "Traci Lords Films Hot New Ad Campaign for Duprey Cosmetics". Business Wire . Retrieved . March 10, 2016
Shinafelt, Michael (October 26, 2011). "Traci Lords Returns To The Dance Floor With "Last Drag". " Chorus & Verse . Retrieved . March 10, 2016
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