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Lily Allen discography

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Lily Allen discography
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Allen performing in Paris in May 2009
Studio albums 3
Music videos 21
EPs 2
Singles 20
Promotional singles 2

English singer and songwriter Lily Allen has released three studio albums, two extended plays, 20 singles (including six as a featured artist), two promotional singles and 21 music videos. Allen's range of musical genres incorporates styles such as pop, ska, electropop and reggae fusion.[1] She became well-known through her Myspace account, on which she started posting demo songs in 2005.[2] The increase of popularity led to a contract with Regal Recordings.[2] Her debut single, "Smile", was released in 2006 and topped the UK Singles Chart for two weeks.[3] Allen's first studio album, Alright, Still (2006), was released shortly after. The album was commercially successful, earning a three times platinum certification in the United Kingdom,[4] and gold in the United States.[5] The album was nominated for Best Alternative Music Album at the 50th Grammy Awards.[6] Follow-up singles "LDN", "Littlest Things" and "Alfie" did not repeat her early success, although they still sold well; "LDN" peaked at number six on the UK Singles Chart.

Released in 2009, Allen's second major release, It's Not Me, It's You, saw a genre shift for her, having more of an electropop feel, rather than the ska and reggae influences of the first one. The album debuted at number one on the UK Albums Chart, the Australian Albums Chart and the Canadian Albums Chart.[7] The first single from it, "The Fear", also debuted at number one on the UK Singles Chart, where it remained for four consecutive weeks.[8] Other singles include "Not Fair", another top 10 single in the UK, "Fuck You", which became her third chart entry on the US Billboard Hot 100, peaking at 68,[9] "22" and her more recent "Who'd Have Known". Allen's first extended play, F.U.E.P., was released in March 2009 and her second, Paris Live Session, in November of the same year.

In May 2014, after a five-year hiatus from music, she released her third album, Sheezus, which contains a diverse mix of genres, including bubblegum pop and synthpop. It debuted at number one on the UK Albums Chart, being Allen's second consecutive number one in the UK, and entered the top five on the Australian Albums Chart and the Irish Albums Chart. It also peaked at number 12 on the Billboard 200. Its lead single, "Hard out Here", was released on 17 November 2013 and peaked at number nine on the UK Singles Chart, giving Allen two simultaneous top 10 singles, along with "Somewhere Only We Know", which stayed at number one for three non-consecutive weeks. The second single, "Air Balloon", was released on 20 January 2014, and reached number seven on the UK Singles Chart. Other released singles were "Our Time", "URL Badman" and "As Long as I Got You".

Studio albums

List of studio albums, with selected chart positions, sales figures and certifications
Title Album details Peak chart positions Sales Certifications
UK
[10]
AUS
[11]
BEL
(FL)

[12]
CAN
[13]
FRA
[14]
IRE
[15]
NL
[16]
NZ
[17]
SWI
[18]
US
[19]
Alright, Still 2 7 24 21 47 6 27 22 53 20
It's Not Me, It's You
  • Released: 4 February 2009
  • Label: Regal, Parlophone
  • Formats: CD, LP, digital download
1 1 5 1 11 3 17 9 6 5
Sheezus
  • Released: 2 May 2014
  • Label: Regal, Parlophone
  • Formats: CD, LP, digital download
1 4 31 16 32 4 26 9 16 12

Extended plays

Title EP details
F.U.E.P.
  • Released: 31 March 2009
  • Label: Capitol
  • Format: Digital download
Paris Live Session
  • Released: 24 November 2009
  • Label: Regal
  • Format: Digital download

Singles

As lead artist

List of singles as lead artist, with selected chart positions and certifications, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album
UK
[10]
AUS
[11]
BEL
(FL)

[12]
FRA
[14]
GER
[36]
IRE
[15]
NL
[37]
NZ
[17]
SWI
[18]
US
[9]
"Smile" 2006 1 14 27 16 67 6 10 6 21 49 Alright, Still
"LDN" 6 39 [A] 21 [B] 23 88
  • BPI: Silver[4]
"Littlest Things" 21 [C]
"Alfie" 2007 15[D] 31 15
"Shame for You"
"The Fear" 2008 1 3 5 15 12 5 29 14 14 80 It's Not Me, It's You
"Not Fair" 2009 5 3 12 12 3 4 20 6
"Fuck You" 104 23 1 14 49 3 5 68
"22" 14 12 34 23 85 12 18 28 71
"Who'd Have Known" 39 54 [E]
"Somewhere Only We Know" 2013 1 [F] 6 1 52
  • BPI: Platinum[4]
Sheezus
"Hard out Here" 9 14 24 78 2 21 32 14 6 [G]
"Air Balloon" 2014 7 15 [H] 40 8 30 65
"Our Time" 43 60
"URL Badman" 93
"As Long as I Got You" 45
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

As featured artist

List of singles as featured artist, with selected chart positions and certifications, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album
UK
[10]
AUS
[11]
BEL
(FL)

[12]
CAN
[44]
FRA
[14]
GER
[36]
IRE
[15]
NL
[37]
NZ
[17]
US
[45]
"Oh My God"
(Mark Ronson featuring Lily Allen)
2007 8 72 19 21 Version
"Drivin' Me Wild"
(Common featuring Lily Allen)
56 Finding Forever
"Beds Are Burning"[46]
(with various artists)
2009 Non-album single
"Just Be Good to Green"
(Professor Green featuring Lily Allen)
2010 5 49 17 32
  • BPI: Silver[4]
Alive Till I'm Dead
"5 O'Clock"
(T-Pain featuring Wiz Khalifa and Lily Allen)
2011 6 29 5 15 90 91 27 10 Revolver
"True Love"
(Pink featuring Lily Allen)
2013 16 5 3 20 52 43 23 19 14 53 The Truth About Love
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Promotional singles

List of promotional singles, with selected chart positions, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peaks Album
UK
[52]
"Back to the Start"[I] 2010 It's Not Me, It's You
"Sheezus" 2014 113 Sheezus
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Other charted songs

List of other charted songs, with selected chart positions, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Album
UK
[54]
BEL
Tip
(FL)

[12]
FRA
[14]
GER
[36]
SWI
[18]
"Cheryl Tweedy" 2006 153 Alright, Still
"Absolutely Nothing" 136
"Everyone's at It" 2009 117 It's Not Me, It's You
"Dream a Little Dream"
(Robbie Williams featuring Lily Allen)
2013 144 16 160 88 67 Swings Both Ways
"L8 CMMR" 2014 4 Sheezus
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Other appearances

Title Year Album
"Who Invented Fish & Chips? (Who Invented Poo?)" (additional vocals for Fat Les)[55][56] 2002 None
"Lights Go Down"
(backing vocals for Basement Jaxx)[57]
2006 Crazy Itch Radio
"Bongo Bong and Je Ne T'Aime Plus"
(backing vocals for Robbie Williams)[58]
Rudebox
"Wanna Be"
(Dizzee Rascal featuring Lily Allen)
2007 Maths + English
"Everybody's Changing"[59] The Saturday Sessions: The Dermot O'Leary Show
"Don't Get Me Wrong"[60] Radio 1 Established 1967
"Never Miss a Beat"
(backing vocals for Kaiser Chiefs)[61]
2008 Off with Their Heads
"Always Happens Like That"
(Kaiser Chiefs featuring Lily Allen)
"Straight to Hell" (with Mick Jones)[62] 2009 War Child Presents Heroes
"Shelter You" (with Louis Eliot) 2014 Tarka & Friends: Life
"King Many Layers" (with Fryars) The Boy in the Hood
"Something's Not Right"[63] 2015 Pan: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
"Little Soldier"[63]

Music videos

As lead artist

List of music videos as lead artist, showing year released and directors
Title Year Director(s)
"Smile" 2006 Sophie Muller[64]
"LDN" Nima Nourizadeh[65]
"Littlest Things"
"Alfie" 2007 Sarah Chatfield[66]
"The Fear" 2008 Nez[67]
"Not Fair" 2009 Melina Matsoukas[68]
"Fuck You" Arnaud Boutin, Camille Dauteuille
and Clement Dozier[69]
"22" Jake Scott[70]
"Who'd Have Known" James Caddick[71]
"Hard out Here" 2013 Christopher Sweeney[72]
"Somewhere Only We Know" None
"Air Balloon" 2014 That Go[73]
"Our Time" Christopher Sweeney[74]
"Sheezus" Ruffmercy[75]
"URL Badman" The Sacred Egg[76]
"As Long as I Got You" Christopher Sweeney[77]
"Going to a Town" 2017 Bafic[78]

As featured artist

List of music videos as featured artist, showing year released and directors
Title Year Director(s)
"Who Invented Fish & Chips? (Who Invented Poo?)"
(Fat Les)
2002
"Oh My God"
(Mark Ronson featuring Lily Allen)
2007 Nima Nourizadeh[65]
"Drivin' Me Wild"
(Common featuring Lily Allen)
Chris Robinson[79]
"Just Be Good to Green"
(Professor Green featuring Lily Allen)
2010 Henry Scholfield[80]
"True Love"
(Pink featuring Lily Allen)
2013 Sophie Muller[81]

Notes

  1. ^ "LDN" did not enter the Ultratop 50, but peaked at number two on the Flemish Ultratip chart.[12]
  2. ^ "LDN" did not enter the Dutch Top 40, but peaked at number 16 on the Dutch Tipparade chart.[37]
  3. ^ "Littlest Things" did not enter the Ultratop 50, but peaked at number 13 on the Flemish Ultratip chart.[12]
  4. ^ "Alfie" charted as a double A-side single with "Shame for You" in the United Kingdom.
  5. ^ "Who'd Have Known" did not enter the Dutch Top 40, but peaked at number four on the Dutch Tipparade chart.[37]
  6. ^ "Somewhere Only We Know" did not enter the Ultratop 50, but peaked at number 12 on the Flemish Ultratip chart.[12]
  7. ^ "Hard out Here" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number six on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart.[41]
  8. ^ "Air Balloon" did not enter the Ultratop 50, but peaked at number six on the Flemish Ultratip chart.[12]
  9. ^ "Back to the Start" was released as a limited-edition 7" vinyl single for Record Store Day 2010.[53]

References

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    • All except "Dream a Little Dream": Zywietz, Tobias. "Chart Log UK: 1994–2010: A – Azzido Da Bass". Zobbel. Retrieved 2 June 2014. 
    • "Dream a Little Dream": Zywietz, Tobias. "CHART: CLUK Update 30.11.2013 (wk47)". Zobbel. Retrieved 2 June 2014. 
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