Elbow Beach (album)

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Elbow Beach
Studio album by
Released31 July 2000
Recorded1999–2000
Genre
Label
Producer
Louise chronology
Woman in Me
(1997)
Elbow Beach
(2000)
Changing Faces – The Best of Louise
(2001)
Singles from Naked
  1. "2 Faced"
    Released: 17 July 2000
  2. "Beautiful Inside"
    Released: 30 October 2000
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Yahoo! Music6.0/10 stars link
MTV Asia7.0/10 stars link

Elbow Beach is the third studio album by English singer Louise. It was released on 31 July 2000 by EMI and 1st Avenue. Elbow Beach reached number twelve on the UK Albums Chart.[1] Prior to the release of Elbow Beach, Louise married her longtime boyfriend, footballer Jamie Redknapp. Louise then spent under a year making what she claimed was her "most personal album to date". It was named after the place they went on her honeymoon.[2]

Track listing[change | change source]

  1. "Beautiful Inside" (Louise Redknapp/Julie Morrison/Cathi Ogden/Wu Tang Clan) – (3:40)
  2. "First Kiss (The Wedding Song)" (Louise Redknapp/Matt Elliss/Julie Morrison/Cathi Ogden) – (3:27)
  3. "2 Faced" (Louise Redknapp/Matt Elliss/Julie Morrison) – (3:38)
  4. "For Your Eyes Only" (Alison Clarkson/Shaun Ward/Mike Ward) – (3:20)
  5. "Egyptian Queen" (Louise Redknapp/Matt Elliss/Julie Morrison/Cathi Ogden) – (4:48)
  6. "The Best Thing" (Louise Redknapp/Matt Elliss/Julie Morrison/Cathi Ogden) – (3:37)
  7. "Bedtime" (Graham Plato/Julie Morrison) – (3:24)
  8. "That's What Friends Are For" (Matt Elliss/Julie Morrison) – (4:22)
  9. "Take You There" (Louise Redknapp/Matt Elliss/Julie Morrison/Cathi Ogden) – (4:37)
  10. "City Boy Fix" (Louise Redknapp/Matt Elliss/Julie Morrison/Cathi Ogden) – (3:00)
  11. "In Our Room" (Louise Redknapp/Matt Elliss/Julie Morrison/Cathi Ogden) – (4:01)
  12. "Lost" (Louise Redknapp/Matt Elliss/Julie Morrison/Cathi Ogden) – (3:02)
  13. "Better Back Off" Japanese bonus track (Graham Plato) – (3:24)
  14. "Say Yes" Japanese bonus track (Louise Redknapp/Matt Elliss/Julie Morrison/Cathi Ogden/Sylvia Bennett-Smith) – (3:27)

Charts[change | change source]

Chart (2000) Peak position
Scottish Albums (OCC)[3] 23
UK Albums (OCC)[4] 12

References[change | change source]

  1. "LOUISE - full Official Chart History - Official Charts Company". www.officialcharts.com. Retrieved 28 September 2017.
  2. "My Life In Travel: Louise Redknapp, presenter". 30 April 2011. Retrieved 28 September 2017.
  3. "Official Scottish Albums Chart Top 100". Official Charts Company.
  4. "{{{artist}}} | Artist | Official Charts". UK Albums Chart.