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Re-issue of Lights

Bright Lights is the re-issue of Ellie Goulding's first studio album Lights & was released on the 29th of November, 2010


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Bright Lights is the re-release of Ellie Goulding's first album Lights, released in November 2010.

BackgroundEdit

In February 2010, Ellie Goulding released her first album Lights and later a re-release of the album titled Bright Lights' was released.

ReleaseEdit

Bright Lights was released on the 26th November, 2010. When it was released, Lights re entered the top 100 in the UK at number twenty-four, selling 23,629 copies.[1] It ended 2010 as the twenty-sixth best-selling album in the UK, having sold nearly 300,000 copies as of late November 2010.[2] In early January 2011, the album returned to the top ten, where it continued for six weeks. She performed for Prince William and Catherine Middleton at the reception party of their wedding on the 29th April 2011. he album returned once again to the top ten on 8 May after an absence of thirteen weeks, jumping from number twenty-three to number ten on sales of 11,981 units.[3]

SinglesEdit

Track listEdit

No. Title Length
1. "Guns and Horses" 03:35
2. "Starry Eyed" 02:56
3. "This Love (Will Be Your Downfall)" 03:53
4. "Under the Sheets" 03:44
5. "The Writer" 04:11
6. "Every Time You Go" 03:25
7 "Wish I Stayed" 03:40
8 "Your Biggest Mistake" 03:25
9 "I'll Hold My Breath" 03:45
10 "Salt Skin" 04:17
Bright Lights bonus tracks
No. TitleWriter(s)Producer(s) Length
11. "Lights (song)" ((Single Version))Goulding, Stannard, HowesStannard, Howes 3:32
12. "Human"  Goulding, StarsmithStarsmith 4:09
13. "Little Dreams"  Goulding, Liam HoweHowe 3:18
14. "Home"  Goulding, Fred FalkeFalke 3:24
15. "Animal"  Goulding, StarsmithStarsmith 3:40
16. "Believe Me"  Goulding, Crispin Hunt, Rob BlakeFalke 4:03
17. "Your Song" (bonus track)Elton John, Bernie TaupinBen Lovett 3:10
Bright Lights iTunes Store deluxe edition bonus tracks[4]
No. TitleWriter(s) Length
18. "The End" (Acoustic)Goulding 4:15
19. "Lights" (Live at the iTunes Festival)Goulding, Stannard, Howes 5:18
20. "Every Time You Go" (Live at the iTunes Festival)Goulding, Fortis, Starsmith 3:40
21. "This Love (Will Be Your Downfall)" (Live at the iTunes Festival)Goulding, Starsmith 3:59
22. "Your Biggest Mistake" (Live at the iTunes Festival)Goulding, Smith 3:24
23. "The Writer" (Live at the iTunes Festival)Goulding, Lattimer 4:09
24. "Wish I Stayed" (Live at the iTunes Festival)Goulding 4:26
25. "I'll Hold My Breath" (Live at the iTunes Festival)Goulding, Starsmith 3:47
26. "Roscoe " (Live at the iTunes Festival)Tim Smith 3:27
27. "Guns and Horses" (Live at the iTunes Festival)Goulding, Fortis 3:42
28. "Salt Skin" (Live at the iTunes Festival)Goulding, Starsmith 5:10
29. "Under the Sheets" (Live at the iTunes Festival)Goulding, Starsmith 3:55
30. "Starry Eyed" (Live at the iTunes Festival)Goulding, Lattimer  
31. "Under the Sheets" (Video)  3:53
32. "Starry Eyed" (Video)  3:05
33. "Guns and Horses" (Video)  3:42
34. "The Writer" (Video)  3:57
35. "Your Song" (Video)  3:20

Digital bookletEdit

Standard version

CreditsEdit

  • Ellie Goulding – vocals (all tracks); guitar (11); acoustic guitar (13, 18); mandolin (13)
  • Rob Blake – original production (16)
  • Richard Edgeler – mixing assistant (12, 14, 16)
  • Fred Falke – drum programming, keyboards, production (14, 16); bass (14); guitar (16)
  • Liam Howe – engineering, instrumentation, mixing, production, programming (13)
  • Ash Howes – drums, keyboards, mixing, production (11)
  • Crispin Hunt – guitar, keyboards (14, 16); original producer (16)
  • Matt Lawrence – engineering, mixing (17)
  • Ben Lovett – backing vocals, kick drum, piano, production (17)
  • Steve Malcolmson – programming (11)
  • Naweed – mastering
  • Richard "Biff" Stannard – bass, keyboards, mixing, production (11)
  • Starsmith – acoustic guitar, backing vocals, bass, electric guitar, production, programming (12, 15)
  • Traffic – design
  • Scott Trindle – photography
  • Ruth de Turberville – backing vocals, cello (17)
  • Jeremy Wheatley – mixing (12, 14, 16)
  • Matt Wiggins – timpani (17)

ReferencesEdit

  1. Jones, Alan (7 December 2010). "X Factor's Heroes frozen at top of singles chart". Music Week. Intent Media. http://www.musicweek.com/story.asp?storycode=1043558. Retrieved 17 June 2013. "... the release of Bright Lights ... propel the former number one 128–24 (23,629 sales) ..."
  2. Sullivan, Caroline (21 November 2010). "Ellie Goulding – review". The Guardian. http://www.theguardian.com/music/2010/nov/21/ellie-goulding-review. Retrieved 22 November 2010.
  3. Jones, Alan (9 May 2011). "Adele beats Fleet Foxes to number one slot". Music Week. Intent Media. http://www.musicweek.com/story.asp?storycode=1045138. Retrieved 26 May 2011. "Ellie Goulding's Lights is back in the Top 10 after an absence of 13 weeks, jumping 23–10 (11,981 sales) after she sang at the royal wedding party."
  4. "Bright Lights (Deluxe Edition) by Ellie Goulding". iTunes Store UK. Apple. https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/bright-lights-deluxe-edition/id404772330. Retrieved 26 April 2011.

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