Greatest Debut Album for an Individual Performer
The Top Ten
At just 10 years old, Miss Evancho broke Michael Jackson's record as the youngest artist in US chart history to have a #2 and Platinum album, and was just barely kept out of the #1 spot by Eminem.
Truly a masterpiece of the vocal art that was produced by David Foster, "The Hitman".
Brilliant debut by the greatest singer of the new generation.
Produced by "The Hitman" David foster, who has over 500 million in record sales.
A vocal tour-de-force, which broke Michael Jackson's record as the youngest artist in US chart history to have a Billboard #2 and Platinum CD, and barely got edged out for #1 by Eminem.
See her PBS Great Performances "Dream With Me - In Concert", recorded at the Ringling Museum in Sarasota, Florida to see this album performed live, with David Foster hosting and full orchestra and more accompanying. - Trancas
What? she made this album when she was 10? Wow
4 number one singles from this amazing album
His first debut album of his solo career
He made 1997 special with this album. Live forever RW!
He was MASSIVE in the 1990s
As John Lennon said: "Before Elvis, there was nothing"
Record of sale for a first album
Forever Your Girl is the debut album from singer Paula Abdul. It was released on June 13, 1988 and took 62 weeks from its release to hit number one on the Billboard 200 album sales chart, the longest an album has been on the market before hitting number one. The album was eventually certified seven times Platinum in the US and sold 17 million worldwide. It also included four number one Hot 100 singles - "Straight Up", "Forever Your Girl", "Cold Hearted", and "Opposites Attract. " This ties for second most #1 songs from a single album. "The Way That You Love Me" reached #3 and "Knocked Out" reached #41.
sold over 28 million copies worldwide - Fantastic! - Alexandr
Great Album - If You Had My Love, Waiting For Tonight, Let's Get Loud... - Alexandr
brilliant album, as it spawned the hits - naughty girl, babay boy, work it out, me myself and I and the massively successful hit - crazy in love.
this album won 5 grammies -
The majority of the songs on this album were written while George was a member of The Beatles, so it really should be considered a Beatles album.
debut album of kyo of d'erlanger in his solo - ronluna
great album with melodic feeling - ronluna
Ken of l'arc~en~ciel debut solo album - ronluna
Absolutely the greatest album of the sixties!
Although technically it's by the Jeff Beck Group, one of the best and most underrated bands of all time, one of the first supergroups.
I mean come on:
-Keith Moon (of The Who) did drums on Beck's Bolero
-Ronnie Wood (Faces, Rolling Stones) played bass
-Jeff Beck himself, kick a*s guitarist, few match him
-and of course, that sexy man who happens to be one of the two greatest vocalists of all time (along with Freddie Mercury), love you, Rod.