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Wednesday, 10 March 2010

Olivia Newton-John - Physical - Album

Physical is an album by the Australian singer Olivia Newton-John, released in 1981.

It was certified double platinum, peaking at Nnumber 6 on the Billboard albums chart. This was also Newton-John's first and only album to chart R&B, peaking at Noumber 32. With country music completely overlooked for this album, this unsurprisingly became Newton-John's first studio album not to chart country since her 1971 debut, If Not for You.

In the UK the album made it to number 11 in the Album Charts.

Physical is the best selling album by a female Australian singer, selling 10,000,000 copies worldwide.

The title track was Newton-John's biggest pop single ever spending 10 weeks atop Billboard's Hot 100. Physical tied Debby Boone's You Light Up My Life as the then longest running Number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 by a female artist. (Whitney Houston broke the record when I Will Always Love You spent 14 weeks atop the Hot 100). Physical also peaked at Number 29 AC and Number 28 R&B (her only entry on the R&B singles chart). The album also yielded the singles Make A Move On Me and Landslide.

01 - Landslide
02 - Stranger's Touch
03 - Make a Move on Me
04 - Falling
05 - Love Make Me Strong
06 - Physical
07 - Silvery Rain
08 - Carried Away
09 - Recovery
10 - The Promise (The Dolphin Song)

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