|Don't Give It Up (Album Version)|
|Don't Give It Up (Medicine 8 Dub)|
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|CDRDJ6729||Siobhan Donaghy||Don't Give It Up (CD, Single, Promo)||Parlophone||CDRDJ6729||UK||2006|
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|12RDJSX 6729||Siobhan Donaghy||Don't Give It Up (The Carl Craig Remixes) (12", Promo)||Parlophone||12RDJSX 6729||UK||2007|
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|12RDJ 6729||Siobhan Donaghy||Don't Give It Up / Ghosts (12", Promo)||Parlophone||12RDJ 6729||UK||2007|
|12RDJS 6729||Siobhan Donaghy||Don't Give It Up (12", Promo)||Parlophone||12RDJS 6729||UK||2007|
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|0094637969823, CDR 6729||Siobhan Donaghy||Don't Give It Up (Minimax, Single)||Parlophone, Parlophone||0094637969823, CDR 6729||UK||2007|
Ghosts is the second studio album by singer Siobhán Donaghy. Released on 25 June 2007, the album peaked at on the UK Albums Chart. The album spawned two singles, "Don't Give It Up" and "So You Say", which were both moderately successful. This is Donaghy's only studio album with Parlophone, as she parted ways with the label in August 2008.
Don't Give It Up" is the first single from former Sugababes member Siobhán Donaghy's second solo album, Ghosts. It was the first song to appear on her MySpace page, and was not originally intended as a single release. However, it was later confirmed for release as the album's lead single due to fan praise. Promotion for the single started in 2007, and the music video was added to YouTube on January 25, 2007. The single was released as a digital download on April 9, 2007 and released physically on April 16, 2007. YouTube Encyclopedic.
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Album · 2006 · 3 Songs. Don't Give It Up (Medicine 8 Vox Remix) - Single.
Don't Give It Up (Carl Craig Vox remix) Lyrics. 2. Don't Give It Up (Carl Craig dub remix) Lyrics. 3. Don't Give It Up (James Sanger remix) Lyrics. Siobhan Donaghy Lyrics provided by SongLyrics.
Don't Give It Up. Siobhan Donaghy. Style: pop. Album year: 2007. Tracks count: 1. Views: 4. Siobhan Donaghy - Don't Give It Up 03:38. Ghosts - Siobhan Donaghy.
Don't Give It Up" . 9 2. "So You Say" 4:19 3. "There's A Place" 3:26 4. "Sometimes" 3:22 5. "12 Bar Acid Blues" 3:55 6. "Make It Right" 3:44 7. "Coming Up For Air" 4:13 8. "Goldfish" 4:09 9. "Medevac" 3:58 10. "Halcyon Days" 4:19 11. "Ghosts" 3:55. Donaghy parted with London Records in a mutual decision with the company. She recorded a second album with no record label which was picked up by Parlophone, part of the EMI group.
Complete your Siobhan Donaghy collection. carl craig delivers an incredible tech tack that builds into two mindbendingly good peaks, the final one adding some suprise extra bass noises. heavyweight production and that awesome vocal. i treasure my copy and love to crank it up. best few quid you can spend today
Ghosts’ is the title track of the album and it was the most difficult in the making. Basically, me and James decided to build the backing track up before we started working on the lyrics and melody. That took forever, you know, to get it to a point that we were completely happy with because it just kept getting better and better. And then it got to this point where we had this great backing track that lyrically and melody-wise, we felt we couldn’t live up to. So I tried; I wrote the song three times, any of the three would have worked but it wasn’t amazing. They always say that the best track on the album comes last, and I think in this case it probably did. –Siobhan Donaghy (2007). Written By Alan Crosthwaite, James Sanger & Siobhán Donaghy.