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Pop - Released November 23, 2018 | Virgin EMI

This 16-track collection brings together the best moments from Amy MacDonald's career from 2007 to 2018. Featuring the hits "This Is the Life" and "Mr. Rock & Roll," the album also includes two newly recorded songs for the release, the title track "Woman of the World" and "Come Home." © Rich Wilson /TiVo
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Pop - Released February 17, 2017 | Virgin EMI

Scottish singer/songwriter Amy Macdonald presents her fourth studio album, Under Stars, following 2012's Life in a Beautiful Light. The album was recorded over two-and-a-half years, with help from producer Cam Blackwood (George Ezra, Florence + the Machine) alongside additional sessions with production duo My Riot (London Grammar, Birdy). Under Stars was released by Virgin/EMI. © Liam Martin /TiVo
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Pop - Released November 24, 2017 | Virgin EMI

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Pop - Released February 17, 2017 | Virgin EMI

Scottish singer/songwriter Amy Macdonald presents her fourth studio album, Under Stars, following 2012's Life in a Beautiful Light. The album was recorded over two-and-a-half years, with help from producer Cam Blackwood (George Ezra, Florence + the Machine) alongside additional sessions with production duo My Riot (London Grammar, Birdy). Under Stars was released by Virgin/EMI. © Liam Martin /TiVo
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Pop - Released August 27, 2020 | Infectious Music

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Pop - To be released October 30, 2020 | Infectious Music

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Pop - Released January 1, 2012 | Virgin EMI

Life in a Beautiful Light, the third studio outing from Amy Macdonald, finds the Scottish singer/songwriter applying her refreshingly unhindered brogue to a heartfelt, 12-song set that blends the stadium-baiting wail of fellow countrymen Broken Records and Frightened Rabbit with the safe, middle of the road, adult alternative pop of James Blunt and Brandi Carlile. Things get off to a grand start with the spirited "4th of July," an open-road-ready, horn-laden, four-chord love letter to a weekend fling that's equal parts Springsteen and Tunstall, with a little bit of the Proclaimers tossed in for good measure. Elsewhere, "Slow It Down," Life in a Beautiful Light's first tick in the vocal affectation department, and the U2-cribbed "Across the Nile," a political war cry concerning the Arab Spring uprising, are certainly rousing, but feel a bit calculated. In fact, outside of the aforementioned opener and the lush, string-heavy title cut, it all feels a little bit calculated. Macdonald is so beholden to lyrical and melodic clichés, that it can sometimes feel like she's using a template. She's got talent to spare, but Life in a Beautiful Light, at its essence, is the sound of an artist looking for her own voice amidst the deafening roar of her influences. © James Christopher Monger /TiVo
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Pop - Released January 1, 2008 | EMI

The debut album from Scottish singer/songwriter Amy Macdonald, This Is the Life achieved a remarkable feat -- it entered the charts at number two. Macdonald admits that the song "Poison Prince," which received a limited release as a single, is based on the life of Babyshambles/Libertines singer Pete Doherty, but the first nationally released single "Mr. Rock & Roll" has nothing whatever to do with him. With a finger on the pulse of news items of 2007, she fills "Footballer's Wife" with observations on WAG (wives and girlfriends) culture, in which female spouses are famous for nothing much more than their celebrity partners, and uses the title track "This Is the Life" to reflect upon the lifestyle she had always envied since the early days of practicing her guitar and honing her songwriting skills. Meanwhile, "Let's Start a Band" is exactly what it looks like: a song about being successful in the fickle career of pop music, a theme that is further developed on the song "Barrowland Ballroom," named after a venue in Glasgow that many an aspiring artist wishes to play. Macdonald captures the feelings of ordinary people in the crowd wishing that something exciting would happen in their lives ("I wish I saw Bowie playing on that stage"). There is a nostalgic feel to the album, which conjures up vocal images of Kirsty MacColl and vintage coffeehouse folk singers, and even the cover art evokes the '70s with its frayed edges and warm, lived-in appearance. © Sharon Mawer /TiVo
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Pop - Released September 25, 2020 | Infectious Music

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Pop - Released February 27, 2019 | Virgin EMI

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Pop - Released January 1, 2008 | Virgin EMI

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Pop - Released December 1, 2017 | Virgin EMI

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Pop - Released August 27, 2020 | Infectious Music

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Pop - To be released October 30, 2020 | Infectious Music

The follow-up to 2017's Under Stars, Human Demands is the fifth studio album from Scottish singer/songwriter Amy MacDonald. Described by the vocalist as covering ideas of life, love, and family, the project sees MacDonald team up with producer Jim Abbiss (Kasabian, Arctic Monkeys). Previewed by singles "Hudson" and "Crazy Shade of Blue," the album was released in October 2020. © David Crone /TiVo
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Gospel - Released November 9, 2018 | Carol Cee Erhabor Under License to CD RUN