Untitled (Terri Walker album)
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|Studio album by Terri Walker|
|Released||3 March 2003|
Soho Recording Studios, London
Larrabee Sound Studio, North Hollywood, CA
|Producer||Dean Zepherin - Executive Producer|
|Terri Walker chronology|
Untitled is the title of the debut album from UK R&B / soul singer Terri Walker. The album was released in 2003 by Def Soul/Mercury Records and spawned 3 singles, "Guess You Didn't Love Me" (Featuring Mos Def), "Ching Ching (Lovin' You Still)" (her first and only UK top 40 hit to date) and "Drawing Board" (promo only).
The album was nominated for a MOBO award and it was also nominated for the Mercury Music Prize for album of the year.
- "Love Fool"
- "Drawing Board"
- "Guess You Didn't Love Me" (Featuring Mos Def)
- "It's All Good"
- "Ching Ching (Lovin' You Still)"
- "What Will I Do" (Featuring Blueblood)
- "Love You For Life"
- "Dirty Weekend" (Featuring The Wise Children)
- "4 Feet Under"
- "Da Business"
- "For Life [Reprise]"
- "Brand New day"
|"Guess You Didn't Love Me"||17 February 2003||Larrabee Sound Studio, North Hollywood, CA. [Mixed]||Warryn "Baby Dubb" Campbell
|Warryn "Baby Dubb" Campbell for Nyrraw Entertainment.||#60 (UK)|
|"Guess You Didn't Love Me" was the debut single from Terri Walker's debut album Untitled. The single was released on 17 February 2003, peaking at #60 in the UK singles charts. Mos Def did not appear in the music video for the single.|
|"Ching Ching (Lovin' You Still)"||5 May 2003||Larrabee Sound Studio, North Hollywood, CA. [Mixed]||Marc "M2E" Smith
Sylvia Bennett Smith.
|Marc "M2E" Smith & Sylvia Bennett Smith for Kakalaka Koffee Productions.||#38 (UK)|
|"Ching Ching (Lovin' You Still)" was the album's second single from Terri Walker. It was released on 5 May 2003, becoming her first and only top 40 hit to date, peaking at #38 in the UK singles charts.|
|"Drawing Board"||Promo Only||Larrabee Sound Studio, North Hollywood, CA. [Mixed]||James Yarde
|James Yarde for WiseChild productions.||Unreleased|
|"Drawing Board" was a promo single, meaning that it wasn't commercially released. The single did, however have a music video.|