The Corrs Songs - Lyrics
Albums and Track Listings
Talk on Corners
The album was re-released on April 16,
1998 with the addition of Dreams
(Stevie Nicks song).
Albums Summary1. Forgiven, Not Forgotten
The debut studio album released in 1995. The album blends traditional Irish music with contemporary pop and rock elements, featuring a mix of original songs and covers. The lyrics explore themes of love, loss, and family, often drawing from the band's own experiences growing up in Ireland. The album's title track, "Forgiven, Not Forgotten," is a standout song that showcases the band's signature sound, with its use of fiddle and tin whistle. The album was a commercial success, reaching the top 10 in several countries and establishing The Corrs as a rising talent in the music industry..2. Talk on Corners
The second studio album released on 17 October 1997 by 143, Lava and Atlantic Records. It features captivating lyrics and a unique blend of pop rock and traditional Irish music. The album was preceded by the lead single "Only When I Sleep", which became an international top ten hit. Talk on Corners was an instant commercial success in several territories, including Ireland, Spain, Sweden, Denmark, Australia, New Zealand and Japan. Although its commercial performance elsewhere was initially modest, the album's popularity has continued to grow over time.3. In Blue
The third studio album released in 2000. The album features a mix of pop and folk rock, with several singles including "Breathless" and "Irresistible". The band's signature sound of incorporating traditional Irish instruments such as the tin whistle and fiddle can also be heard throughout the album. Overall, 'In Blue' was a commercial success, reaching the top of the charts in several countries.4. Borrowed Heaven
The fourth studio released in 2004. The album has a more acoustic and mellow sound compared to their previous albums, with a focus on the band's vocal harmonies and acoustic instrumentation. The album features collaborations with Bono of U2 and Alejandro Sanz, and includes the single "Summer Sunshine". 'Borrowed Heaven' received mixed reviews from critics, but was still a commercial success, reaching the top of the charts in several countries.4. Home
The fifth studio album released in 2005. The album is a departure from their previous pop and folk rock sound, and instead focuses on traditional Irish music. The album features collaborations with Irish musicians such as Sharon Shannon and Ronnie Drew, and includes covers of traditional Irish songs such as "My Lagan Love" and "Spancill Hill". 'Home' was well-received by critics, with many praising the band's return to their roots, and it was also a commercial success, reaching the top of the charts in several countries.5. White Light
The sixth studio album by Irish band The Corrs, released in 2015 after a 10-year hiatus. The album features a mix of pop rock and folk rock, with a focus on the band's signature sound of incorporating traditional Irish instruments. The album includes the single "Bring On the Night" and features collaborations with Ed Sheeran and producer T-Bone Burnett. 'White Light' received mixed reviews from critics, with some praising the band's return, while others found it lacking in originality. Nonetheless, it was still a commercial success, reaching the top of the charts in several countries.