Albums produced by Guy Roche

Posted Jan 15, 2012
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  1. No Strings Attached

    No Strings Attached (2000)


    No Strings Attached is the second studio album by American boy band NSYNC, released on March 21, 2000 by Jive Records. Looking to distinguish their music from that of their labelmates, its music incorporates pop and R&B styles. Prior to the release of the album, NSYNC separated from their management Trans Continental and their label RCA Records; its title is a play on the idea of independence from corporate control. Contributions to the album's production came from a wide range of producers, including group members Justin Timberlake and JC Chasez and new collaborators Kristian Lundin, Jake Schulze, Rami Yacoub, Teddy Riley, Kevin "She'kspere" Briggs, Richard Marx, Veit Renn, Babyface, and Guy Roche.

  2. Celine Dion

    Celine Dion (1992)


    Celine Dion is an eponymous album by Canadian singer Celine Dion, released on March 31, 1992. It is her second English studio album and 17th in total. It includes the Grammy and Academy Award winning song "Beauty and the Beast."

  3. Headstrong

    Headstrong (2007)


    Headstrong is the debut studio album by American singer-songwriter Ashley Tisdale, released on February 6, 2007, by Warner Bros. Records. Tisdale began working on the project after the first installment of High School Musical (2006), and after she had achieved the feat of being the first female artist to debut with two songs on the Billboard Hot 100. The singer worked with a variety of established writers and producers on the album, including Diane Warren, J.R. Rotem, Ryan Tedder, Evan "Kidd" Bogart, and Kara DioGuardi, among others. Commenting that the album garnered its title from her personality, Tisdale said she wanted to use her first album to formally introduce herself personally, and as not one of the characters she portrays.

  4. A New Day Has Come

    A New Day Has Come (2002)


    A New Day Has Come is the seventh English-language studio album by Canadian singer Celine Dion, released by Sony Music Entertainment on March 22, 2002. It was her first new studio album since 1997's Let's Talk About Love. Dion returned to the music scene after a two-year hiatus when she gave birth to her first child. She collaborated on A New Day Has Come with various producers, including Anders Bagge and Peer Åström for the first time. Dion's long-time producer and friend, David Foster, did not appear on this album. A New Day Has Come garnered mostly positive reviews from the music critics, who noticed that Dion explores a "broader, more adventurous" range of pop music and "dips its toe" into modern music, particularly dance ("Sorry for Love"). However, the album also contains the usual adult contemporary songs, including power ballads like "I Surrender" and "Have You Ever Been in Love," or the title track. Critics also praised "Ten Days," "Goodbye's (The Saddest Word)," "I'm Alive," "When the Wrong One Loves You Right," "The Greatest Reward," and two covers: "Nature Boy" and "At Last."

  5. Christina Aguilera

    Christina Aguilera (1999)


    Christina Aguilera is the self-titled debut studio album by American singer Christina Aguilera. It was released on August 24, 1999, by RCA Records. After recording "Reflection", the theme song for Mulan, RCA laid the foundation for the album immediately and started presenting Aguilera with tracks for her debut album, which they later decided would have a January 1999 release. Its music incorporates dance-pop and teen pop genres, with a few songs featuring strong elements from soul and R&B. Contributions to the album's production came from a wide range of producers, including David Frank, Ron Fair, Guy Roche, Robin Thicke, Diane Warren, Matthew Wilder, and Aaron Zigman.

  6. Taking Chances

    Taking Chances (2007)


    Taking Chances is the tenth English-language and 23rd studio album overall by Canadian singer Celine Dion, released by Columbia Records on November 7, 2007. It was her first new studio album since 2003's One Heart. Dion returned to the music scene after almost five years of performing A New Day... in Las Vegas. She collaborated on Taking Chances with various rock, R&B and Pop producers, including John Shanks, Linda Perry, ex-Evanescence members Ben Moody and David Hodges, Kristian Lundin, Ne-Yo, Chuck Harmony, Tricky Stewart, the Eurythmics' David A. Stewart, Kara DioGuardi, Emanuel Kiriakou, Anders Bagge, Peer Åström, Aldo Nova, Christopher Neil and Guy Roche. The album garnered mixed reviews from music critics, who noticed that "not many chances were taken after all."

  7. Heart Of Stone

    Heart Of Stone (1989)


    Heart of Stone is the nineteenth studio album by American singer-actress Cher, released on June 19, 1989 by Geffen Records. It is one of Cher's best-selling albums with more than 4 million copies sold worldwide as of January 1991. The album was supported by her 1990 sold-out Heart of Stone Tour.

  8. The Colour Of My Love

    The Colour Of My Love (1993)


    The Colour of My Love is the third English-language studio album by Canadian recording artist Celine Dion. It was released by Columbia Records/550 Music on 9 November 1993. The songs were produced mainly by David Foster, Ric Wake, Guy Roche, Walter Afanasieff and Christopher Neil, and four of them were written by Diane Warren. The album features two cover versions of "The Power of Love" and "When I Fall in Love."

  9. Never Say Never

    Never Say Never (1998)


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  10. The Best of Brandy

    The Best of Brandy (2005)


    The Best of Brandy is the first compilation album by American recording artist Brandy Norwood. Completing her contract with Atlantic Records after eleven years with the company, it was released in March and April 2005 on most international music markets.

  11. Love Hurts

    Love Hurts (1997)


    Love Hurts is the 20th studio album by American singer-actress Cher, released on June 11, 1991 by Geffen Records. The RIAA certified it Gold on August 27, 1991. It is the final studio album with the record label Geffen. The lead single from the album was, "Love and Understanding" and the follow-up singles were "Save Up All Your Tears", "Love Hurts", "Could've Been You" and "When Lovers Become Strangers". It debuted at #48 on the Billboard Top 200 Albums chart with the sales of 19,000. Billboard stated in November 2011 that Love Hurts has sold 600,000 copies in the US and 2,385,000 worldwide.

  12. One Heart

    One Heart (2003)


    One Heart is an album by Canadian singer Celine Dion, released on March 24, 2003. It is her eighth English language studio album and 30th overall.

  13. Mi Reflejo

    Mi Reflejo (2000)


    Mi Reflejo (English: My Reflection) is the second studio album and first Spanish album by American singer Christina Aguilera. It was released on September 12, 2000 by BMG U.S. Latin. After the commercial success of her debut studio effort, Christina Aguilera (1999), Aguilera recorded her follow-up project during 2000. It includes five Spanish-language versions of tracks from her previous album, in addition to four original compositions and two cover songs. The tracks were adapted and composed by Rudy Pérez who also produced the album.

  14. 21...Ways to Grow

    21...Ways to Grow (1994)


    21... Ways to Grow is the third studio album by American R&B singer Shanice, released in the United States on June 21, 1994 by Motown Records. It was released when she was 21 years old. The album was not as successful as 1991's Inner Child, eventually peaking at #46 on Billboard's Top R&B Albums and at #184 on the Billboard 200. It includes the minor hit singles "Somewhere" (#28 R&B) and "Turn Down the Lights" (#21 R&B). The album did not produce any major hits, however the single "Turn Down the Lights" received heavy rotation on U.S. radio and music video channels.

  15. Dreaming Of You

    Dreaming Of You (1995)


    Dreaming of You is the fifth and final studio album by American singer Selena. Released posthumously on July 18, 1995, it was an immediate commercial and critical success, debuting atop the United States Billboard 200—the first predominately Spanish-language album to do so. It sold 175,000 copies on its first day of release in the U.S.—a then-record for a female vocalist. With first week sales of 331,000 units, it became the second-largest first-week sales for a female musician. Billboard magazine declared it a "historic" event, while Time said the recording elevated Selena's music to a wider audience. It won Album of the Year at the 1996 Tejano Music Awards and Female Pop Album of the Year at the 2nd annual Billboard Latin Music Awards.

  16. By Heart

    By Heart (1991)

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    By Heart is Brenda K. Starr's official second album, (third overall), released in 1991 on Sony Records. It is considered her best English language album and one of her best moments overall. By Heart did not gain its fair commercial success because it did not get the same level of promotional push her debut album did. It continued from where her previous album left off. Includes the only single, "If You Could Read My Mind." Album track highlights include, "You Touch Me In All The Right Place", "What If?" (written by Diane Warren), "What Goes On", among others.

  17. Naked Truth

    Naked Truth (2005)


    Naked Truth is the debut album by American singer Sarah Hudson, released in 2005 (see 2005 in music).

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