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Lea Salonga (album)

Lea Salonga
Studio album by Lea Salonga
Released 1993 (Philippines & United States)
Recorded 1992-1993
Genre OPM/R&B
Length
Label Musiko/Atlantic
Producer Glen Ballard
Lea Salonga chronology
Lea
(1988)
Lea Salonga
(1993)
I'd Like to Teach The World to Sing
(1997)

Lea Salonga is the third studio album by the Filipino Broadway pop singer Lea Salonga. It was her first album to receive an international release in 1993 through Atlantic Records, making her the first Filipino singer to be signed on an international record label. The album peaked at number 25 on the Billboad Heatseekers Albums, making Salonga the first Filipino to break onto the American chart.

Track listing

  1. Vision of You
  2. Every Time We Fall
  3. It's Just Good-Bye
  4. Finish What You Started
  5. Heaven Tonight
  6. We Could Be In Love (duet with Brad Kane)
  7. Lessons of Love
  8. Remind My Heart
  9. I Honestly Love You
  10. A Flame for You
  11. The Journey

Charts

Chart (1993) Peak
position
US Heatseekers Albums (Billboard)[1] 25

References

  1. ^ http://www.allmusic.com/artist/lea-salonga-mn0000788283/awards
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