All Saints is the debut studio album by English-Canadian girl group All Saints. It was released on 24 November 1997 by London Records. All Saints worked with many producers on the album: Cameron McVey, John Benson, Johnny Douglas, Karl "K-Gee" Gordon, Magnus Fiennes, Nellee Hooper, Karen Gibbs and Neville Henry.
On 22 February 2016, All Saints announced their first headlining show in over a decade at London's KOKO. On 15 March 2016, the group announced their first headlining tour in 15 years in support of their 2016 comeback album, Red Flag. The Red Flag Tour would visit 10 British cities throughout October 2016, beginning in Newcastle upon Tyne and ending.
All Saints (CDr, Album, Unofficial). London Records (3). 556 017-2. All Saints (Cass, Album). London Records, Pt. Suara Sentral Sejati.
Reformed girl band All Saints have missed out on the chart top spot, with their comeback album Red Flag entering the UK chart at number three. The foursome were beaten by The Lumineers, who scored their first number one with Cleopatra. The US folk-rockers were just 301 sales ahead of Adele's 25, at number two.
Back in the 90s you couldn’t move without hearing their chart-topping singles or reading tales of clubbing, breakups and makeups. Two decades on, All Saints are back with a new album. They talk about friendship, lessons learned and how maturity has changed their music.
Album · 2001 · 16 Songs. Listen on Apple Music.