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Imelda May Discography 2003-2014 [RO]




Imelda May is an Irish singer-songwriter and musician who is known for her passionate delivery and updated take on rockabilly. She has released six studio albums, ten singles and several music videos since her debut in 2003. In this article, we will review her discography from 2003 to 2014, covering her first five albums and some of her most popular songs.


No Turning Back (2003)




No Turning Back is the debut album of Imelda May, released in 2003 by Foot Tapping Records. The album features 15 tracks of rockabilly, blues and jazz, showcasing Imelda's powerful vocals and guitar skills. Some of the highlights include "Dealing with the Devil", "Bring My Cadillac Back" and "No Turning Back". The album received positive reviews from critics and fans, who praised Imelda's talent and charisma.


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Love Tattoo (2008)




Love Tattoo is the second album of Imelda May, released in 2008 by Universal Music. The album marked a breakthrough for Imelda, reaching number one on the Irish Albums Chart and number 58 on the UK Albums Chart. The album also earned her a gold certification from the British Phonographic Industry. The album features 12 tracks of rockabilly, swing and soul, with guest appearances by Darrel Higham, Jeff Beck and Jools Holland. Some of the singles include "Johnny Got a Boom Boom", "Big Bad Handsome Man" and "Psycho". The album received critical acclaim from various publications, such as The Guardian, The Times and AllMusic.


Mayhem (2010)




Mayhem is the third album of Imelda May, released in 2010 by Decca Records. The album continued Imelda's success, reaching number one on the Irish Albums Chart and number seven on the UK Albums Chart. The album also charted in Australia, New Zealand, Spain and France. The album features 14 tracks of rockabilly, blues and pop, with guest appearances by Darrel Higham, Jeff Beck and Lou Reed. Some of the singles include "Mayhem", "Kentish Town Waltz" and "Inside Out". The album received positive reviews from critics and fans, who praised Imelda's versatility and energy.


Tribal (2014)




Tribal is the fourth album of Imelda May, released in 2014 by Decca Records. The album was Imelda's highest-charting album in the UK, reaching number three on the UK Albums Chart. The album also charted in Ireland, New Zealand, Spain and France. The album features 12 tracks of rockabilly, rock and roll and punk, with guest appearances by Darrel Higham, Jeff Beck and Priscilla Presley. Some of the singles include "It's Good to Be Alive", "Wild Woman" and "Call Me". The album received mixed reviews from critics, who praised Imelda's voice and attitude but criticized some of the songwriting and production.


Conclusion




Imelda May is one of the most successful and influential Irish artists of the 21st century. Her discography from 2003 to 2014 showcases her talent and passion for rockabilly and other genres. She has collaborated with some of the biggest names in music history, such as Jeff Beck, Lou Reed and Priscilla Presley. She has also won several awards and accolades for her music, such as the Meteor Music Award for Best Female Artist in 2009 and 2010. She has inspired many fans and musicians with her style and personality. She is a true rockabilly queen.


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