Blue were a successful English boy band similar to other boybands such as A1 consisting of four members: Lee Ryan, Duncan James, Antony Costa, and Simon Webbe. Together the band sold over 11 million records. Currently all the members of the band have gone to pursue solo careers.
In 1999, Third Eye Blind began writing new material and recorded their 13-track album Blue, which was released on November 23, 1999. It was a moodier, darker album than the band's first, though the first single was the radio-friendly "Never Let You Go". The album went on to sell over 2 million copies.
"Blue (Da Ba Dee)" is a song by Italian group Eiffel 65. The song was released in 1999 on the album Europop. The vocals were recorded using a vocoder, hence the robotic sound of the vocals.
Blue is a full-length album by the Punk band Down by Law.
Blue is the 1971 album of Canadian-born singer-songwriter Joni Mitchell. Among Joni's early output, this sad, poetic collection of intimate confessional songs is her most critically acclaimed. From exploring the various facets of relationships from infatuation on "A Case of You" to insecurity on "This Flight Tonight," the songs feature simple accompaniments on piano, guitar, and Appalachian dulcimer.
Blue is the fifth release from Flashlight Brown. The album was intended to be their second release from Hollywood Records but weeks before the release of the album, the band left the label for undisclosed reasons. The release of the album was then delayed indefinitely.
Blue is the title of a 1994 album by guitarist Phil Keaggy, released on Epic Records. Blue is a reworking of Keaggy's previous album, Crimson and Blue. The most significant changes are a number of songs have been edited, and three different songs have been included; Keaggy's cover of the Badfinger song, "Baby Blue"; "All Our Wishes"; and "The Further Adventures of..." from the Revelator EP.
Blue were a late 1980s pop duo signed to the Arista Records label. Comprising Dean Collinson and Brian Teasdale (known as Red), the band are known for being the writers of Sonia's 1993 Eurovision entry Better The Devil You Know. In that same year, Dean Collinson also released a solo single on Arista called "Runaways".
Blue is the first album by American country singer Le Ann Rimes, released in the United States on July 9, 1996 (see 1996 in music) by Curb Records. It reached number three on the Billboard Hot 200 album chart, and number one on Hot Country Albums. The album has been certified 8x Platinum by RIAA.
Blue (1998) was the sixth studio album by Simply Red.
Blue was a Scottish pop/rock musical band, which was formed in Glasgow in 1973.
"Blue" was the first song by British band The Verve to be released from their first album, A Storm in Heaven. The song peaked at #69 in the charts.
Blue is the second album of Polish gothic rock music group Closterkeller.
Blue is the first DVD by Canadian Synth rock band, The Birthday Massacre. It was released on August 8th, 2005.