Out of the Blue is the debut album by American singer-songwriter Debbie Gibson, released in August 1987. Gibson personally wrote all ten songs on this album.
Out of the Blue peaked at on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1988. 1. Out of the Blue Lyrics. Without you Without you I always thought that Everything was fine Without you Never knowing you'd be mine. Suddenly my world has changed And I just wonder why All it took was just one smile. Now it's you Out of the blue Love appeared Before my eyes with you Dream come true I never thought I'd realize What love was, what love was What love was Here with you. We are together now Never take my heart away All the love I found Is here to stay (out of the blue). It's like a dream come true I never thought I'd fall in love with you Out of the blue Love appeared Before my eyes with you A dream come true I never thought Here with you Out of the, out of the Out of the clear blue Oh, it's like a dream come.
Deborah Gibson album chronology. Out Of The Blue (1987). Electric Youth (1989). Singles from Out of the Blue. Only In My Dreams" Released: February 1987. Out of the Blue is the debut album by American singer-songwriter Deborah Gibson, then known as Debbie Gibson. As executive producer, Douglas Breitbart of Broadbeard Productions, Inc. (whom Gibson's mother had hired as manager five years before), assembled a team of producers from both New York and Florida: Fred Zarr, John Morales, Sergio Munzibai and Lewis A. Martineé
Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). 30. Out Of The Blue. I've been listening to Debbie's first 2 albums for nostalgia purposes, but somehow I always find her debut album as superior to Electric Youth, bec. I like 9 out of 10 songs. We all love the obvious Foolish Beat which is still hands down the best song on the album, and so does the other hits Only in my Dreams, Shake your Love and Out of the Blue. The single Staying Together which is probably the only track I didn't like the first time I listen to, but after repeated plays, yeah it grows on you.
Out of the Blue" is the third single by American tress Deborah Gibson. Written by Gibson herself, co-produced and co-arranged with Fred Zarr, with Douglas Breitbart as executive producer, the single is identical to Track 1 of Gibson's debut album. Released as a single in January 1988, "Out of the Blue" gave Gibson her highest chart placing at the time by reaching number three in the . In the UK, it did slightly less well than her two previous singles, stalling at number nineteen . Debbie Gibson - Out Of The Blue 1987. Debbie Gibson - Foolish Beat (Official Video).
While Out of the Blue does possess the slick, processed dance-pop production and squeaky-clean innocence of most '80s teen pop, it stands out from the competition due to Gibson's talent as a singer, musician, pop songwriter, arranger, and even producer. Five of this album's ten tracks hit the Top 40, with four of those going Top Five, and Gibson's youthful exuberance and energy shine through infectiously. Despite her reputation, it's some of the best teen pop you're likely to hear.
Out Of The Blue (Cass, Album).
CD. Release Date: 9/15/1987.
|A1||Out Of The Blue (12' Club Mix)||5:50|
|A2||Out Of The Blue (Bonus Beats)||4:20|
|A3||Out Of The Blue (Radio Edit)||3:52|
|B1||Out Of The Blue (Drumapella)||4:05|
|B2||Out Of The Blue (Dub Version)||3:54|
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|P-2381||Debbie Gibson||Out Of The Blue (7", Single)||Atlantic||P-2381||Japan||1988|
|7.89129||Debbie Gibson||Out Of The Blue (7", Single)||Atlantic||7.89129||Australia||1987|
|7-89129||Debbie Gibson||Out Of The Blue (7", All)||Atlantic||7-89129||US||1987|