Sugababes discography

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Sugababes discography
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All six of the group's members. L–R: Siobhán Donaghy, Mutya Buena, Keisha Buchanan, Heidi Range, Amelle Berrabah and Jade Ewen.
Studio albums 7
Compilation albums 3
Video albums 2
Music videos 29
EPs 3
Singles 31
Other appearances 10
Promotional singles 3

The discography of the English girl group Sugababes consisted of seven studio albums, three compilation album, three extended plays, thirty one singles (two as featured artists), two video albums and one promotional single. The Sugababes were formed in 1998 and consisted of Heidi Range, Amelle Berrabah Jade Ewen, Siobhán Donaghy, Mutya Buena and Keisha Buchanan.[1]

The Sugababes' debut album, One Touch, was released in November 2000 and peaked at number twenty-six on the UK chart, eventually earning gold certification.[2][3] One Touch produced four singles, three of which reached the top twenty,[2] while the album's lead single "Overload" was nominated for a BRIT Award for Best British Single.[4] The album's sales did not meet the expectations of London Records and the group was subsequently dropped.[1] Donaghy left the group in August 2001 and was replaced by former Atomic Kitten member Heidi Range.[4] The group's second album Angels with Dirty Faces was released in August 2002 through Island Records. Influenced by the new wave, dance, and pop music of the 1980s, the record enjoyed success in the UK where it reached number two and went triple platinum.[2][3] It produced the number one singles "Freak like Me" and "Round Round", and nominated for Best British Album at the 2003 BRIT Awards.[2][5]

Three, the Sugababes' third album, was released in October 2003. It reached number three and was certified double platinum in the UK. The album produced four singles, including the number one "Hole in the Head".[2] The group's fourth album Taller in More Ways, released in October 2005, reached number one and went triple platinum in the UK.[2][3] It produced three internationally successful singles, "Push the Button", "Ugly" and "Red Dress". Shortly following the album's release, Buena left the group due to personal reasons,[6] and was replaced by Amelle Berrabah.[7] The group's fifth album Change was released in October 2007. The album, composed of pop and dance songs,[8] reached number one and went platinum in the UK.[2][3] Change produced three top twenty singles, including "Change", "Denial", and the UK number one "About You Now", signalling the second occasion in which the band were simultaneously number one on the UK album, single, download and airplay charts.[2]

The group's sixth studio album, Catfights and Spotlights was released in 2008, and charted in the top ten of the UK Albums Chart. Two singles were released from the album, including "Girls" and "No Can Do", the former peaking at number three on the UK Singles Chart. The band's seventh studio album Sweet 7 was released in March 2010, featuring the lead single "Get Sexy", which peaked at number two on the UK Singles Chart; it was the last single to feature Keisha Buchanan. The second single from the album, "About a Girl", peaked at number eight in the UK, and was the first single to feature new member Jade Ewen. "Wear My Kiss", the album's third single, peaked at number seven in the UK. The group released their seventh and final studio album in March 2010.[9]

Albums

Studio albums

List of albums, with selected chart positions and certifications
Title Album details Peak chart positions Certifications
UK
[2]
AUT
[10]
DEN
[11]
GER
[12]
IRE
[13]
NLD
[14]
NZ
[15]
NOR
[16]
SWE
[17]
SWI
[18]
One Touch 26 6 7 55 16 8
Angels with Dirty Faces
  • Released: 26 August 2002
  • Label: Island (CID #8122)
  • Formats: CD, cassette
2 19 37 13 3 12 21 11 49 13
Three
  • Released: 27 October 2003
  • Label: Island (CID #8137)
  • Formats: CD, cassette
3 21 39 10 9 4 45 22 54 9
Taller in More Ways
  • Released: 10 October 2005/
    27 February 2006 (re-issued version)
  • Label: Island (CID #8162)
  • Formats: CD, digital download
1 5 32 11 7 10 16 30 23 6
Change
  • Released: 8 October 2007
  • Label: Island (#1747641)
  • Formats: CD, digital download
1 32 33 10 69 14
  • BPI: Platinum[3]
  • IRMA: Platinum[29]
Catfights and Spotlights
  • Released: 20 October 2008
  • Label: Island (#1787209)
  • Formats: CD, digital download
8 18
Sweet 7
  • Released: 15 March 2010
  • Label: Island (#2727295)
  • Formats: CD, digital download
14 35 92
"—" denotes a title that did not chart, or was not released in that territory.

Compilation albums

List of albums, with selected chart positions and certifications
Title Album details Peak chart positions Certifications
UK
[2]
AUT
[10]
DEN
[11]
GER
[12]
IRE
[13]
NLD
[14]
NOR
[16]
POR
[32]
SWI
[18]
Overloaded:
The Singles Collection
  • Released: 13 November 2006
  • Label: Island (#1709334)
  • Formats: CD, digital download, DVD
3 25 34 38 12 37 21 15 29
  • BPI: 2× Platinum[3]
  • IFPI DEN: Gold[27]
  • IRMA: Platinum[33]
The Best of the Bs
  • Released: 11 April 2011[34]
  • Label: Island
  • Formats: Digital download
The Complete Bs
  • Released: 11 April 2011[35]
  • Label: Island
  • Formats: Digital download
"—" denotes albums that did not chart or were not released

Extended plays

List of extended plays, with selected details
Title Extended play details
[email protected]
  • Released: 1 June 2004[36]
  • Label: Island
  • Formats: Digital download
Live from London
  • Released: 13 December 2005[37]
  • Label: Island
  • Formats: Digital download
Live at O2 Music Flash
  • Released: 1 June 2007[38]
  • Label: Island
  • Formats: Digital download

Singles

Single Year Peak chart positions Certifications
(sales thresholds)
Album
UK
[2]
AUS
[39]
AUT
[10]
DEN
[11]
GER
[40]
IRE
[13]
NLD
[41]
NZ
[15]
NOR
[16]
SWI
[18]
"Overload" 2000 6 27 3 3 15 20 2 12 5 One Touch
"New Year" 12 25
"Run for Cover" 2001 13 36 38 28 35 49 49 36
"Soul Sound" 30
"Freak like Me" 2002 1 44 22 13 27 2 31 25 4 11
  • BPI: Silver[3]
Angels with Dirty Faces
"Round Round" 1 13 8 3 15 2 8 2 4 4
"Stronger"[A] 7 34 41 11 38 13 9 24 6 23
"Angels with Dirty Faces"[A]
"Shape" 2003 11 75 50 39 9 10 16 40
"Hole in the Head" 1 25 5 1 9 2 3 11 2 8
  • BPI: Silver[3]
Three
"Too Lost in You" 10 31 26 17 14 13 10 31 7 8
  • BPI: Silver[3]
"In the Middle" 2004 8 33 33 29 13 20 23
"Caught in a Moment" 8 56 71 28 46 56
"Push the Button" 2005 1 3 1 3 2 1 3 1 2 3 Taller in More Ways
"Ugly" 3 13 14 4 26 7 13 5 9 19
  • BPI: Silver[3]
"Red Dress" 2006 4 22 41 27 12 10 16 17 31
"Follow Me Home" 32 25
"Easy" 8 23 13 26 18 45 18 30 Overloaded: The Singles Collection
"Walk This Way"
(with Girls Aloud)
2007 1 14 Non-album single
"About You Now" 1 57 4 12 4 2 16 18 7 21
  • BPI: Platinum[3]
  • IFPI DEN: Gold[47]
Change
"Change" 13 32 21 64
"Denial" 2008 15 4 40 11 18 61 14
"Girls" 3 12
  • BPI: Silver[3]
Catfights and Spotlights
"No Can Do" 23
"Get Sexy" 2009 2 75 72 41 3 Sweet 7
"About a Girl" 8 14
"Wear My Kiss" 2010 7 9
"—" denotes single that did not chart or was not released

As featured artist

Single Year Peak chart positions Album
UK
[2]
AUS
[39]
AUT
[10]
DEN
[11]
GER
[40]
IRE
[13]
NLD
[48]
NZ
[15]
NOR
[16]
SWI
[18]
"Do They Know It's Christmas?"
(as part of Band Aid 20)
2004 1 9 15 1 7 1 3 1 1 7 Non-album single
"Sing"
(with Annie Lennox and various artists)
2007 161 Songs of Mass Destruction
"—" denotes song that did not chart or was not released

Promotional singles

Single Year Album
"My Love Is Pink" 2007 Change
"Santa Baby" 2009 Non-album song
"Freedom"[A] 2011 Non-album song
Notes
  • A - Was made available for free download at Amazon UK on 25 September 2011 as a gift for fans and potential new listeners.

Music videos

Title Year Director(s)
"Overload" 2000 Phil Poynter[49]
"New Year" Alex Hemming[50]
"Run for Cover" 2001 Jamie Morgan[49]
"Soul Sound" Max & Dania[51]
"Freak like Me" 2002 Sophie Muller and Dawn Shadforth[49]
"Round Round" Phil Griffin[49]
"Stronger" Alison Murray[49]
"Angels with Dirty Faces" Cartoon Network Productions[52]
"Shape" 2003 Michael Gracey and Pete Commins[49]
"Hole in the Head" Matthew Rolston[49]
"Too Lost in You" Andy Morahan[53]
"In the Middle" 2004 Matthew Rolston[49]
"Caught in a Moment" Howard Greenhalgh[49]
"Push the Button" 2005 Matthew Rolston[49]
"Ugly" Toby Tremlett[49]
"Red Dress" 2006 Tim Royes[49]
"Follow Me Home" Toby Tremlett[54]
"Easy" Tim Royes[49]
"Walk This Way" 2007 Trudy Bellinger[55]
"About You Now" Marcus Adams[56]
"Change" Fatima Andrade Koehler[57]
"Denial" 2008 Harvey B-Brown[58]
"Girls" Daniel Wolfe[59]
"No Can Do" Marco Puig[60]
"Get Sexy" 2009 Emil Nava[61]
"About a Girl" Martin Weisz[62]
"Wear My Kiss" 2010
"Freedom" 2011 Sean de Sparengo[63]

Other appearances

These songs have not appeared on a studio album released by Sugababes.

Title Year Album/Single Notes
"Killer" 2002 NME in Association with War Child Presents 1 Love Originally by Adamski
"Please Can I Talk?"[64] 2003 Jack O the Green (Small World Big Band Friends 3) Recorded with Jools Holland
"Come Together" 2005 B-side to "Ugly" Originally by The Beatles
"Spiral"[65] 2006 Hello Waveforms Recorded with William Orbit and Kenna
"Living for the Weekend"[66] Radio 1's Live Lounge Originally by Hard-Fi
"I Bet You Look Good on the Dancefloor" Popjustice: 100% Solid Pop Music Originally by Arctic Monkeys
"Betcha by Golly Wow!"[67] 2007 Radio 1 Established 1967 Originally by The Stylistics
"Teardrops" 2009 50 Years of Island Records Originally by Womack & Womack
"For Once in My Life" My Inspiration Originally by Stevie Wonder
"Rabbit Heart (Raise It Up)" 2010 Radio 1 Live Lounge Originally by Florence and the Machine
"Grow a Girl" Katy Brand vs Sugababes Recorded for ITV2, "About a Girl" parody

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