Albums produced by Rick Nowels

Posted Jan 16, 2012
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  1. Life for Rent

    Life for Rent (2003)


    Life for Rent is the second studio album by the British singer-songwriter Dido, released by Arista Records on 29 September 2003. The album was produced by Rollo Armstrong and American songwriter Rick Nowels. Work on the album began in mid-2002. It was certified 7× Platinum by the BPI; and sold over 12 million copies worldwide, making it the fourth best-selling album worldwide of 2003. The album became the seventh best-selling album of the 2000s on UK, making Dido the only singer to have two albums in the Top 10 list.

  2. Loose

    Loose (2006)


    Loose is the third studio album by Canadian singer and songwriter Nelly Furtado, released on 7 June 2006 by Geffen Records and the Mosley Music Group. Following the release of Furtado's second album, Folklore (2003) through DreamWorks Records, it was announced that Universal Music Group would acquire DreamWorks Records, the later was folded into the Interscope Geffen A&M umbrella where Furtado would release any new music. Timbaland and his protégé Danja produced the bulk of the album, which incorporates influences of dance, R&B and hip hop. The album explores the theme of female sexuality and has been described as introspective or even sad in parts.

  3. Falling Into You

    Falling Into You (1996)


    Falling into You is the fourth English-language studio album by Canadian singer Celine Dion, released on 8 March 1996, by Columbia/Epic Records. The follow-up to her commercially successful album The Colour of My Love (1993) and French-language D'eux (1995), Falling into You showed a further progression of Dion's music. Throughout the project, she collaborated with Jim Steinman, who wrote and produced "It's All Coming Back to Me Now," among others. Several songs were produced by David Foster, including Diane Warren's "Because You Loved Me." Generally, Dion worked with fourteen producers on Falling into You and a variety of songwriters and musicians.

  4. Talk On Corners

    Talk On Corners (2004)


    Talk on Corners is the second album by Irish band The Corrs, released on 20 October 1997 in Ireland and 16 April 1998 in the United States. The name of the album is derived from a line from the album's song "Queen of Hollywood". After its release, songs from this album were to dominate their live set for a long time to come and through the biggest growth period of the band's career. During this album's long reign, they worked solidly with very little time off and gained a lot of exposure with TV appearances and tours. Their next studio album took nearly 3 years to materialise. In between was a live 'unplugged' album which introduced only a handful of new songs. Hence their continuing reliance on existing material, some of which became subject to rearranging or remixing along the way.

  5. No Angel

    No Angel (1999)


    No Angel is the debut studio album by British singer-songwriter Dido. Originally released on 1 June 1999 in the United States, the album found a mass audience when it was released worldwide in February 2001. As of 2014, the album has sold more than 22 million copies worldwide, and was the second best-selling album of the 2000s in the UK, behind James Blunt's Back to Bedlam.

  6. Love Is a Four Letter Word

    Love Is a Four Letter Word (2012)


    Love Is a Four Letter Word is the fourth studio album by the American singer-songwriter Jason Mraz, released on April 13, 2012, by Atlantic Records. "I Won't Give Up" was released as the album's first single on January 3, 2012.

  7. Rock a Little

    Rock a Little (1985)


    Rock A Little is the third studio album by American singer-songwriter and Fleetwood Mac vocalist Stevie Nicks.

  8. All Of You

    All Of You (2011)


    All of You is the third studio album by American singer-songwriter Colbie Caillat. The album was scheduled to be released on May 3, 2011, but was pushed back by two months to a July 12, 2011 release in the United States through Universal Republic Records. The set, largely produced by Greg Wells, features one guest appearance by rapper/actor Common, who graces "Favorite Song", while her songwriting collaborators include Ryan Tedder, Toby Gad, Jason Reeves and Rick Nowels. The album's lead-single "I Do" was released on February 7, 2011 and has charted at number 23 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart and at number 11 on the Adult Pop Songs. A second single "Brighter Than the Sun" was released on May 17, 2011 and has charted at number 47 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

  9. Breakthrough

    Breakthrough (2009)


    Breakthrough is the second studio album by Colbie Caillat. The album was released on August 25, 2009 in the United States through Universal Republic Records. The first single "Fallin' for You" was released on June 29, 2009 and was a success on the Billboard Hot 100, reaching #12. The album made its debut at number one on the Billboard 200 selling 106,000 copies in its first week.

  10. Trouble in Shangri-La

    Trouble in Shangri-La (2001)


    Trouble in Shangri-La is the sixth studio album by American singer-songwriter and Fleetwood Mac vocalist Stevie Nicks. Released in 2001, it was her first new solo album since 1994's Street Angel. The album returned Nicks to the top 5 for the first time since 1983's The Wild Heart, and achieved Gold status within six weeks of its release for shipping 500,000 copies in the U.S. As of February 2011, the album has sold over 663,000 copies in the US. Nicks' renewed success also spawned a very successful tour entitled 'The Trouble in Shangri-La Tour'. The tour was the 27th highest grossing tour of 2001 and grossed $14.1 million from 38 shows.

  11. Enchanted

    Enchanted (1998)


    Enchanted (or The Enchanted Works of Stevie Nicks) is a 3-disc box set of material by American singer-songwriter and Fleetwood Mac vocalist Stevie Nicks, which encompasses her solo career from 1981's Bella Donna to 1994's Street Angel.

  12. Heaven On Earth

    Heaven On Earth (1987)


    Heaven on Earth is the second solo album by Belinda Carlisle and her most successful to date. Released in 1987 it featured three singles that made the Top 10 charts in the United States, including the #1 hit and signature song "Heaven Is a Place on Earth".

  13. Bette

    Bette (2000)


    Bette is a self-titled album by Bette Midler, released in 2000 by Warner Bros. Records (see 2000 in music). This album only reached #69 on Billboard 200, and Warner Bros. dropped Bette from its roster in 2001 because of declining record sales. (As of October 2003, the album had sold 226,000 copies in the United States according to Nielsen SoundScan).

  14. Greatest Hits

    Greatest Hits (1905)


    Greatest Hits is a compilation album released by female music trio Wilson Phillips. It is the group's first official Greatest Hits album (some budget compilations had been released previously). The group broke up in 1993, and did not reunite for this release. The liner notes features track-by-track commentaries by Carnie Wilson and Wendy Wilson.

  15. Runaway Horses

    Runaway Horses (1989)


    Runaway Horses is the third solo album by the American singer Belinda Carlisle, released in October 1989 by MCA Records. The album features songs written by Rick Nowels, Ellen Shipley, Charlotte Caffey and a song co-written by Carlisle herself. The album contains an array of guest artists, including George Harrison and Bryan Adams.

  16. Supernatural

    Supernatural (1998)


    Supernatural is the third studio album by British recording artist Des'ree. Released by 550 Music and Epic Records on 11 August 1998, it follows four years after the singer's previous album, I Ain't Movin'. Predominantly an R&B album, Supernatural received mixed to positive reviews from critics, who praised Des'ree's voice, but noted that the album lacked memorable songs. The album appeared on several record charts, reaching the top ten in Austria and the Netherlands, and the top twenty in Flanders, France, Norway, Sweden and the UK.

  17. Don't Take It Personal

    Don't Take It Personal (1989)


    Don't Take It Personal is the twelfth studio album by singer Jermaine Jackson, released in 1989. In 2012, the album was reissued by Funky Town Grooves with an extended track listing.

  18. Destination

    Destination (2002)


    Destination is the second studio album from Irish singer-songwriter Ronan Keating. It was released by Polydor Records on 20 May 2002. The album debuted at number one on the UK Albums Chart and was certified two-times platinum by the British Phonographic Industry. In Ireland, the album debuted at number three. Additionally, the album charted within the top ten of nine other European countries. In 2002, Destination was certified platinum by the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry for shipments of one million copies inside Europe. The album includes the singles "If Tomorrow Never Comes", "I Love It When We Do", "We've Got Tonight", and "The Long Goodbye", all of which peaked inside the top ten of the UK Singles Chart.

  19. Ronan

    Ronan (2000)


    Ronan is the self-titled, debut solo album from Irish singer-songwriter and Boyzone frontman, Ronan Keating. It was released by Polydor Records on 31 July 2000, and has become a commercial success.

  20. Resta In Ascolto

    Resta In Ascolto (2004)


    Resta in ascolto is Italian singer-songwriter Laura Pausini's eighth studio album released by Warner Music on 22 October 2004. Escucha is its Latin Grammy Awards and Grammy Award-winning Spanish language equivalent released for the hispanophone market making her the first and only Italian female to receive such award. The album in its two version (Italian and Spanish) sold over 5 millions of copies around the world.

  21. Live Your Life Be Free

    Live Your Life Be Free (1991)


    Live Your Life Be Free is the fourth studio album by American singer Belinda Carlisle, released in the United States in 1991 by MCA Records and in the UK by Virgin Records. This was the first of Carlisle's albums not to chart in the United States and the last album of hers to produce a U.S. Billboard Hot 100 single ("Do You Feel Like I Feel?", number 73). The album fared better in the UK, where it peaked at number seven.

  22. Ultraviolence

    Ultraviolence (2014)


    Ultraviolence is the third studio album and second major-label record by American singer-songwriter Lana Del Rey, released on June 13, 2014 by UMG Recordings. Despite originally dismissing the possibility of releasing another record after her major-label debut Born to Die (2012), Del Rey began planning its follow-up in 2013. Production continued into 2014, at which time she heavily collaborated with Dan Auerbach to revamp what she initially considered to be the completed record. The project saw additional contributions from producers including Paul Epworth, Greg Kurstin, Daniel Heath, and Rick Nowels.

  23. Jennifer Rush

    Jennifer Rush (1992)


    Jennifer Rush is the sixth studio album by American singer Jennifer Rush.

  24. Born to Die

    Born to Die (2012)


    Born to Die is the second studio album and major-label debut by American recording artist Lana Del Rey. It was released on January 27, 2012 by Interscope Records, Polydor Records, and Stranger Records. Del Rey collaborated with producers including Patrik Berger, Jeff Bhasker, Chris Braide, Emile Haynie, Justin Parker, Rick Nowels, Robopop, and Al Shux to achieve her desired sound. Their efforts resulted in a primarily baroque pop record, which sees additional influences from alternative hip hop, indie pop and trip hop music.

  25. Naked & Sacred

    Naked & Sacred (1995)


    Naked and Sacred was Chynna Phillips' debut (and to date only) solo album, released three years after her departure from the pop group Wilson Phillips. She was the only member of the group to remain on her label, EMI, after they went on an indefinite break in late 1992. It was released on November 7, 1995 in the U.S. and was a commercial failure, selling only 22,000 copies in the United States according to Chynna co-wrote 9 of the 11 tracks, featuring productions from Rick Nowels, Glen Ballard (who produced the majority of Wilson Phillips' previous work), and Desmond Child. According to Chynna, she was offered $1 million to record a solo album for EMI, and was dropped shortly after due to the album's disappointing sales.

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