Footprints (album)

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Footprints is the first album by Australian singer Holly Valance, released in the United Kingdom by London Records on October 14, 2002 (see 2002 in music).

The album was a success in the United Kingdom, where the first single "Kiss Kiss" reached the top position on the singles chart. "Footprints" peaked at number-nine on the albums chart selling over 100,000 copies being certified Gold.

In her home country, Australia, success was similar, with the album reaching the top fifteen, and selling over 35,000 copies earning a Gold certification.

Success came in Japan, when the album reached number nineteen on the Oricon Charts and sold 159,606 copies, being certified Gold and becoming one of the big international successes of the year in that country.


Contents

Reception

Track listing

Charts

Personnel

  • Katrina Leskanich — background vocals
  • David Munday — guitar, keyboards
  • Sharon Murphy — background vocals
  • Jonas Ostman — mixing assistant
  • Bill Padley — arranger, programming, multi instruments, producer, mixing
  • Martin Phillipps — keyboards, programming
  • Karen Ann Poole — background vocals
  • Johnny Rockstar — beats
  • Ian Rossiter — assistant engineer
  • Richard StannardDrums, producer, beat box
  • Fredro Starr — arranger, keyboards, producer
  • Alvin Sweeney — programming, engineer, mixing
  • Phil Thornalley — guitar, producer
  • Justin Tresidder — vocal producer
  • Steve Welton-Jaimes — producer
  • Nina Woodford — background vocals

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