Avril Lavigne - The Ballad Album FLAC album
Title: The Ballad Album
Style: Pop Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1405 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1381 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1386 mb
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B-Sides, also known as Let Go: B-Sides, is a promotional album by Canadian singer-songwriter Avril Lavigne. It was published before debut album Let Go by Arista Records in 2002. The compilation contains demo and original tracks not included in the final Let Go release
Canadian singer-songwriter Avril Lavigne has released 6 studio albums, 8 extended plays, 20 singles, and 28 music videos, and she has appeared on several movie soundtracks and charity albums. Lavigne's debut studio album Let Go was released in June 2002 and peaked at number two on the US Billboard 200 in the United States. It has sold over 20 million copies worldwide and is certified six-times platinum in the United States
Avril Lavigne released her self-titled 5th album in November 2013. It had several delays, with Avril going back into the studio to record more radio friendly material. By the time she finally did finish recording it, she had a huge number of songs to choose from. Avril Lavigne ended up being half made up of some of Avril's more indie rock, introspective songs, and the other half was more radio friendly pop rock, similar to her earlier albums. Despite the pop songs on the first half of the record, Avril initially seemed to be heading in a new musical direction and had a full album worth of indie rock songs before going back into the studio. Fans would love to hear those songs, and Avril expressed interest in releasing them. Will those ever come out?
The album debuted at number one in more than ten countries, went platinum within one month, and further established Lavigne as a pop icon. Incidentally, a song that was co-written by Lavigne and ultimately cut from the final track list - "Breakaway" - was later given to Kelly Clarkson, who used it as the title track and lead single for her Grammy-winning sophomore album. Released in October, Avril Lavigne featured eight songs co-written by Kroeger, who also duetted with her on the record's third single, "Let Me G. In early 2015, Lavigne released "Fly," an empowering ballad written for the Special Olympics World Summer Games. That same month, she also revealed that she had been diagnosed with Lyme disease. Soon after, she separated from Kroeger.
Album Premiere: Singer-Songwriter Shayna Leigh's New EP. New Releases Roundup: Week of November 19, 2013. New Releases Roundup: Week of November 5, 2013.
album sales: 1. million. An. est-selling Digital Songs (with her career slightly predating the start of the download era). million, "Girlfriend"; . million, "What the Hell"; . million, "Keep Holding On"; . million, "Here's to Never Growing Up"; . 9 million, "When You're Gone"; . million, "My Happy Ending"; . million, "Complicated". Also notably, Kelly Clarkson's "Breakaway," which Lavigne co-wrote, has sold . million downloads. What the Hell," Avril Lavigne, No. 11, 2011 "Wild Wild Love," Pitbull feat. No. 30, 201. n. Your Body," Christina Aguilera, No. 34, 2012. The ballad should blast back onto the Hot 100, likely in the top 40 (after previously spending a week at No. 76 as a 1989 album cut). There's also a chance that Lovato's No. 16-peaking "Cool for the Summer" could challenge for the top 10 this week, after she performed it on the VMAs.
|3||Don't Tell Me|
|4||I'm With You|
|5||Get Over It|
|6||How Does It Feel|
|8||My Happy Ending|
|12||Take Me Away|
|20||Fall To Pieces|
|22||I'm With You (Live)|
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- Barcode: 0 075310 000538
- Matrix / Runout: PM 053