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Your Eyes (song)

“Your Eyes” was the fifth and last single from Kate Ryan’s album Free (2008). The single was originally released in the beginning of May 2009 only in the Netherlands by Ryan’s Dutch label Spinning Records. After a few weeks the song was released in Russia, in some of the surrounding countries and also some Eastern European countries. This was the second Kate Ryan single to not have a video after “UR (My Love)” (2001) and the first to be not released in her home country Belgium.

UR (My Love)

“UR (My Love)” (full title: You Are (My Love)) is the second single of the female Belgian dance singer Kate Ryan and was released on October 15th 2001 in Belgium (peaking at #17 after a few weeks), in 2002 in some other countries too, but with less success.
In the U.S., the single was released in 2002 with “Désenchantée” as a double-A-single.

Your Eyes (song)

“Your Eyes” was the fifth and last single from Kate Ryan’s album Free (2008). The single was originally released in the beginning of May 2009 only in the Netherlands by Ryan’s Dutch label Spinning Records. After a few weeks the song was released in Russia, in some of the surrounding countries and also some Eastern European countries. This was the second Kate Ryan single to not have a video after “UR (My Love)” (2001) and the first to be not released in her home country Belgium.

Scream for More

“Scream for More” is the debut single by the female Belgian dance singer Kate Ryan and was released on February 19, 2001, in Belgium by the label EMI-Belgium. It peaked at number nine on the charts in her homeland. It was also released in Spain shortly thereafter, where it failed to chart.

After Ryan’s international success in 2002 and 2003 with two cover versions, she released a new version of “Scream for More” in Austria, Denmark, the Netherlands and other countries with little success.

Only If I (Kate Ryan song)

“Only If I” is the sixth single of the female Belgian dance singer Kate Ryan and was released in 2003 in Belgium. It was taken from her second studio album Stronger. It peaked #16 and was less successful there than the three former singles.

After the international success in 2002 and 2003 with the singles “Désenchantée” (#9 in European Top 200) and “Libertine” (#26) (originally by Mylène Farmer), “Only If I” only peaked #74 in the European Top 200.

My heart still resists

“Mon cœur résiste encore” is a song by Belgian artist Kate Ryan. It peaked at number seven on the Belgian Singles Chart in 2002 among many other European Charts. It is the French language version of her first solo hit “Scream for More”.

In Belgium (Flanders), the single debuted only at #43 on August 31, 2002, but then it made a big jump to #11 and into the top 10, directly to its peak position (#7), in the third week. It stayed for only two weeks in the top 10, but, like the next single Libertine, for 9 weeks in the top 20. After several weeks between #11 and #19, it dropped quickly and fell off the chart (top 50) after 14 weeks, which was average in comparison with the other singles from the album Different.
In Spain, the single had the most success of all, where it jumped directly to its peak position #2 and stayed several weeks in the top 10. In this country, it is the second-most successful single of Kate Ryan, after Ella elle l’a. The positions in other countries were instead a bit disappointing.

LoveLife (Kate Ryan song)

“LoveLife” is the first single from Kate Ryan’s new album, Electroshock. It is released worldwide on iTunes on 11 April 2011. The song is written By British writers, Paul Drew, Greig Watts, Pete Barringer (known as DWB) and Georgie Dennis and is based on a riff from another song, Narcotic by Liquido.

A music video to accompany the release of “LoveLife” was first released onto YouTube on 12 April 2011 at a total length of three minutes and twenty-nine seconds.[1]

I love you

“Je t’adore” was the Belgian entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 2006, performed in English (with only the title in French) by Kate Ryan. It was the seventh song which was performed in this Contest and the 999th by counting all songs which have ever performed on Eurovision Song Contest. “Je t’adore” was released in 2006 as the lead single from Ryan’s third studio album Alive (2006).

The song was performed in the semi-final, as Belgium had not qualified for the final at the 2006 Contest. On the night, it was performed seventh, following Albania’s Luiz Ejlli with “Zjarr e ftohtë” and preceding Ireland’s Brian Kennedy with “Every Song Is a Cry for Love”. At the close of voting, it had received 69 points, with a maximum of 7 points given by Andorra, Malta, and the Netherlands, placing 12th in the 23-strong field and missing the final – thus ensuring that Belgium would have to qualify through the semi-final at their next appearance.

The song itself is a love song in a disco style, with Ryan expressing her love and occasionally lapsing into French to sing “je t’adore”.

The performance was notable on the night for the neon-tubed microphone stands that Ryan variously sang and danced with, each being moved around by the backing dancers. Pre-Contest publicity had credited Ryan with a strong song, however this was not borne out in voting. As a small consolation, the presenter charged with announcing the Belgian votes on the night of the final held up a cardboard sign with the words “We Love Kate Ryan” on it – prompting derisive comments from Terry Wogan, who during the contest said the song sounded like “Shut that door” instead of “Je t’adore”.

Goodbye (Kate Ryan song)

Goodbye was the third and final song from Kate Ryan’s second studio album Stronger, and her eighth single. This song was released in November 2004 and unknown what its numbers were on the charts. It was the third most successful song from Stronger next to “Only If I” and “The Promise You Made”.

Formats and track listings:

Belgian CD Single[1]

  1. “Goodbye” – 3:21
  2. “Goodbye” (Instrumental) – 3:21
  3. “Goodbye” (Music Video)

German CD Single[2]

  1. “Goodbye” – 3:21
  2. “Goodbye” (Instrumental) – 3:21
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