Love In Disguise 6. No More Rhyme 7. No More Rhyme Acoustic Version 8. Over The Wall 9. Shades Of The Past Should've Been the One Silence Speaks a Thousand Words We Could Be Together Who Loves Ya Baby? Gibson managed to live a double life as both a chart-topping recording artist and a seemingly normal student at Calhoun High, her local public school in Merrick. She graduated with honors in and even attended her senior prom after giving the DJ one condition: "I asked them not to play my records that night," Gibson remembers.
Upon graduating from high school in , Gibson immediately began work on another album. She released her second and most famous album, Electric Youth , in , and it held the No. The first single, "Lost in Your Eyes," also peaked at No. However, after Electric Youth Gibson's popularity as a pop star began to fade. In , she released a third album, Anything is Possible , which peaked at No.
Lost in Your Eyes. Love in Disguise. Helplessly in Love. Silence Speaks A Thousand Words. Should've Been the One. Electric Youth. No More Rhyme. We Could Be Together Shades of the Past Following up her enormously popular debut, Out of the Blue, Debbie Gibson sought to grow from the teen fan base she had established, while not alienating those who made her a household name. The result is slickly produced teen pop, like her debut, but it's not as squeaky clean or as compulsively likable.
That is not to say it's a bad album. The same can be said for "No More Rhyme," a minor hit about a relationship's first hurdle. Gibson really exercised her writing chops on those songs, but much of the rest the album is only passable filler; "Who Loves Ya Baby?
Cyndi Lauper. Debbie Gibson. Retrieved Retrieved October 26, Ultratop Archived from the original on March 4, May 27, Retrieved September 25, As with her debut album, Out of the Blue , all tracks were written by Gibson, and she single-handedly produced six of the tracks.
She was also given half of the production credits on one track alongside Fred Zarr who produced the other four tracks. The album, like her first, contains mainly bubblegum-pop songs, though other, more mature styles are touched upon. Electric Youth spawned four singles, the first being the biggest charting single of her career—" Lost in Your Eyes ," which held 1 on the Billboard Hot for 3 weeks. In parallel with the album, she created an Electric Youth perfume under Revlon , and various makeup essentials for young girls through Natural Wonder Cosmetics , one of her sponsors at the time, distributed throughout the US.
The album also inspired an original stage musical of the same name which premiered at the Starlight Dinner Theatre formerly Mark Two Dinner Theatre in Orlando, Florida. Dean Parker wrote the book and Gibson co-produced. All songs written by Debbie Gibson. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Debbie Gibson.Sep 04, · However, after Electric Youth Gibson's popularity as a pop star began to fade. In , she released a third album, Anything is Possible, which peaked at No. 41, and in her fourth album.