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Céline Dion

Céline Marie Claudette Dion is one of the most recognisable singers on the planet with record sales of over 200million. She won the Eurovision Song Contest for Switzerland in 1988 with “Ne Partez Pas Sans Moi” and has since recorded 12 albums in English, premiering “Where Does My Heart Beat Now” at the 1989 contest.

In addition, Céline has continued to record in French, reaching the UK top ten with “Tu M’aimes Encore” (shortened from the original title for the UK market), and having many hit singles in France, including her #1 duet with Garou, “Sous Le Vent.” After her debut English language album, Céline recorded an album of covers by Luc Plamondon, which eventually got a special UK edition, and was reissued in France as “Des Mots Qui Sonnent.” Artwork for many of her huge worldwide hits, including many France-only releases, has been restored and added, including alternative versions.

Sarah McLachlan

Sarah McLachlan has sold over 40million albums worldwide, with iconic singles including “Angel,” which was one of her two UK top forty hits. Following her debut singles in Canada, Sarah’s official US debut was with a radio remix of “The Path Of Thorns (Terms),” but it was 1993’s “Possession” that saw her break the top 100. “Good Enough” and “Hold On” followed, and in 1995, “I Will Remember You” became her debut UK single to enter the UK chart.

1998’s “Surfacing” saw Sarah ascend, with “Angel” and “Adia” becoming top 5 hits in the USA, and “Sweet Surrender” receiving a UK remix package. She returned with “Afterglow” in 2004, which reached #33 in the UK, and #2 in the US, and has since released various hits compilations, and Christmas albums. Artwork for many of her releases, including USA promos, has been restored and added.


B*Witched are one of the most famous Irish girl groups in recent history, launching in 1998 with their first four singles all debuting at #1 on the UK singles chart. Their debut, “C’est La Vie,” reached #9 on the Billboard Hot 100, and they went onto release a second album, led by “Jessie Hold On.” After being dropped before their third album was released, they reformed in 2012 for ‘The Big Reunion’ and released an EP, “Champagne Or Guinness,” in 2014. Artwork for many of these hits has been restored and added, including alternative versions.

Samantha Mumba

Samantha Mumba burst onto the scene in 2000 with “Gotta Tell You,” the David Bowie-sampling “Body II Body,” and the Stargate-produced anthem, “Always Come Back To Your Love,” taken from her debut album, also entitled “Gotta Tell You.” Artwork for many of these classics has been restored and added, including promo CDs and alternative versions, including the German “Gotta Tell You” and French “Body II Body.” Having released a Christmas EP free with The Sunday World, and some standalone singles in the past few years, Samantha recently starred as the lead judge on RTE’s “Last Singer Standing” with Girls Aloud’s Nadine Coyle.


Vengaboys are back with two new releases – a cover of the Charli XCX single “1999 (I Wanna Go Back)” and an official store exclusive greatest hits compilation, entitled “Back To 1999.”

Alicia Keys

Following last year’s “Alicia” album, Alicia Keys follows it up with “Keys,” a double album that has one disc of ‘originals’ and one disc of ‘unlocked’ versions produced with Mike Will Made It. The album, led by “La La,” is currently a digital-exclusive, with a physical release planned for February 2022.

Kylie Minogue

Kylie’s “Disco” album, which was released last year during COVID-19 restrictions, has been reissued in a deluxe ‘Guest List Edition’ with three new duet tracks featuring Years and Years, Jessie Ware and Gloria Gaynor, as well as her collaboration with Dua Lipa.

Mandy Moore

Mandy Moore released her latest album, “Silver Landings,” just before restrictions were implemented for COVID-19 in 2020. In the UK, Mandy has only ever ‘officially’ released two singles, the second being “I Wanna Be With You,” which charted at #21 in August 2000 – view artwork for the UK CD1, UK CD2 and the USA Promo CD.