News Archive 2007

UK Top 40 List On Sunday

UK Top 40 List On Sunday

#1 Leona Lewis - #2 Westlife - #3 Katherine Jenkins

November 26, 2007

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Leona Lewis Straight to #1 This Week

Leona Lewis Straight to #1 This Week

The X Factor winner replaced Westlife on top of the UK Albums Chart

November 18, 2007

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Debut Album From Leona Lewis Set For Release

Debut Album From Leona Lewis Set For Release

The X Factor winner's Spirit soon in stores

October 28, 2007

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New Katherine Jenkins Album Out November

New Katherine Jenkins Album Out November

Classical crossover soprano star turns to A Side Productions

October 11, 2007

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Westlife Up For New Album Release

Westlife Up For New Album Release

Back Home will be issued in early November

October 9, 2007

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Britain's Got A Tenor At #1

Britain's Got A Tenor At #1

Instant album chart success for Paul Potts
 

July 24, 2007

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Paul Potts Performs Puccini and Wins Britain's Got Talent

Paul Potts Performs Puccini and Wins Britain's Got Talent

Most highly rated clip ever on YouTube

July 13, 2007

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A Side Productions Launches New Website

A Side Productions Launches New Website

Totally redesigned and now even more comprehensive

April 24, 2007

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A Side Productions at MySpace

A Side Productions at MySpace

Subsidiary webpage released today: www.myspace.com/asideprod

February 22, 2007

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Leona Lewis Straight to #1 This Week

November 18, 2007

THIS WEEK'S UK #1 - LEONA LEWIS

In December 2006, Leona Lewis became the fastest selling female artist of all time with her first single.

On November 12, almost a year later, The X Factor winner's eagerly awaited debut album Spirit hit the UK record stores, only to break a new astonishing record.

By selling more than 375,000 copies in one week, Spirit is the fastest selling debut album in Britain. Landing atop of the charts, it is this week's #1.

One of the songs included on the album is "Footprints In The Sand", written by Richard Page, Per Magnusson and David Kreuger.

LAST WEEK'S UK #1 - WESTLIFE

In July 1998, a new Irish group called Westlife was formed, subsequently turning into one of the biggest brands in the music industry.

On November 5, almost nine years after their first record was released, Westlife now has issued their ninth album Back Home. Since their debut, the band amazingly has reached the UK Top Spot seven times, Back Home included, making the album last week's #1.

Working closely with Per Magnusson and David Kreuger through the years, Westlife this time turned to the duo for the production of the song "You Must Have Had a Broken Heart".

For a complete list of all Westlife songs produced and written by Magnusson / Kreuger, see Discography >>