Karsch And Anderson
• ' Released: September 26, 1995 • ' Released: January 15, 1996 • ' Released: June 17, 1996 • 'The Sound of My Tears' Released: November 25, 1996 • 'It Could've Been You' Released: November 25, 1996 • ' Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Deborah Cox is the self-titled debut album by Canadian recording. It was released in the United States on September 9, 1995. Executive produced by, Cox is a blend of, and and features productions from songwriters and producers such as, and. Windows me registry cleaner cm2mtk. A commercial and critical success, the album has been certified Gold by the (RIAA), for sales of over 500,000 units, and earned Cox a for at the. Cox also received a nomination for Best Soul/R&B New Artist at the. Cox also received a nomination for Best Soul/R&B New Artist at the.
' was released as the lead single from the album, and peaked at number 27 on the US and number 4 on the chart. The second single ' fared better on the singles chart, peaking at number 17 on the Hot 100, while reaching the top of Billboard 's, selling 500,000 copies domestically. It also attained worldwide success, peaking at number two on the and reaching the Top 20 on other international charts. • Austin • Francis Buckley (add.) 4:32 2012 Re-Release [ ] In 2012, the album was remastered and re-released in the UK by New Skool Sounds as a 2CD deluxe edition with 16 additional tracks. Title Writer(s) Length 1. 'Sentimental' 4:29 2. 'Who Do U Love' 4:23 3.