|A Whole New World|
|Studio album by|
|Released||27 November 2006|
|Peter Andre chronology|
|Singles from A Whole New World|
After being dropped from East West Records, Andre began recording songs with his then current wife, Katie Price, in their private recording studio in Surrey. Andre planned to keep the songs as private recordings, and had decided to change his focus from the music industry to his family. However, several of the songs were leaked onto the internet in 2006. Andre was later contacted by Sony BMG who perceived an interest in releasing the recordings as an album. The album was officially released on 27 November 2006. The album was certified Gold in the UK, awarded for 100,000 copies of the album being shipped to stores. However, 40,000 copies were later found rotting in a barn in Hertfordshire, returned by stores after they found them impossible to sell. Only the title track was released as a single from the album, on 11 December 2006. Due to poor sales and no promotion, Andre and Price were dropped from the label.
The album has since gained some attention for the many five-star reviews on its Amazon.co.uk listing that, although ostensibly positive in the extreme, are largely written in a tongue-in-cheek style. Some praise the album for its "medical" applications, satirically claiming it has cured such conditions as asthma and constipation.
- "A Whole New World" – 4:35
- "The Best Things In Life Are Free" – 4:12
- "Endless Love" – 4:27
- "Islands In The Stream" – 4:09
- "Tonight I Celebrate My Love For You" – 3:41
- "Cherish" – 4:05
- "The Two Of Us" – 4:01
- "I Come Down" – 3:59
- "Don't Go Breaking My Heart" – 4:23
- "To Die For" – 3:54
- "I've Had The Time Of My Life" – 4:37
- "Lullaby" – 3:03
|Euro Albums Hot 100||25|
|Scottish Albums Chart||29|
|UK Albums Chart||20|
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