Complete Me

Complete Me
Complete Me
Álbum de estudio de Frankmusik
Publicación 3 de agosto de 2009
Género(s) Electropop, Synthpop, Dance-pop, Electrónica
Duración 45:23
Discográfica Island Records
Productor(es) Frankmusik, David Norland, Stuart Price, Fraser T. Smith, Mark Taylor, Jeremy Wheatley
Cronología de Frankmusik

Complete Me
Do It in the AM
Sencillos de Complete Me
  1. «3 Little Words»
    Publicado el 23 de noviembre de 2008
  2. «Better Off as Two»
    Publicado el 12 de abril de 2009
  3. «Confusion Girl»
    Publicado el 19 de julio de 2009

Complete Me es el álbum début de Frankmusik, producido por Stuart Price, que fue lanzado el 3 de agosto de 2009.[1] La edición deluxe en ambos formatos: descarga digital y CD incluye el mix de 38 minutos 'Re-Complete Me' hecho por Frankmusik mismo.[2] Se trata de un mix de todas las canciones en una sola pista.

Formatos y listas de canciones

CD de Reino Unido
  1. "In Step" - 3:40
  2. "Better Off As Two" - 2:56
  3. "Gotta Boyfriend?" - 3:20
  4. "Confusion Girl (Shame Shame Shame)" - 2:59
  5. "Your Boy" - 2:42
  6. "When You're Around" - 2:52
  7. "3 Little Words" - 2:50
  8. "Wonder Woman" - 2:58
  9. "Complete Me" - 2:56
  10. "Vacant Heart" - 3:31
  11. "Time Will Tell" - 3:08
  12. "Done Done" - 3:43
  13. "Run Away From Trouble" - 4:20
  14. "Olivia" (Hidden Track) - 3:32
iTunes Canciones extra de Reino Unido
  1. "My Mind"
  2. "3 Little Words" (Vídeo Musical)
  3. "Better Off As Two" (Vídeo Musical)
Bonus Disc (Edición Deluxe) Re-Complete Me
  1. 3 Little Words
  2. In Step
  3. Confusion Girl
  4. Better Off As Two
  5. Wonder Woman
  6. Complete Me
  7. Gotta Boyfriend?
  8. Time Will Tell
  9. Your Boy
  10. Done Done
  11. Run Away From Trouble
Grabaciones asociadas
  1. Confusion Girl (E.P. Mix)
  2. 3 Little Words (Versión Single)
  3. Love Ain't Moving In (Vacant Heart - Versión con la letra alternada y un tempo más lento)


Chart (2009) Peak
UK Albums Chart 13[3]
Irish Album Chart 88[4]


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