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Greatest Hits is a compilation album by American singer-songwriter Taylor Dayne. It was released in 1995 on Arista Records. It includes the hit singles "Love Will Lead You Back", "I'll Wait", "Tell It to My Heart", and her rendition of Barry White's "Can't Get Enough of Your Love". Since there was no new material recorded for the album, the record label decided to remix and release "Say a Prayer", a song from Dayne's previous studio album, Soul Dancing.
Satisfied is the fifth studio album by American singer-songwriter Taylor Dayne. It includes the single, "Beautiful" which went to Number 1 on the Billboard Hot Dance Charts in April 2008. Crash" was used in a promotional commercial for the ABC network.
Dayne's career ignited with seven consecutive top ten Billboard Hot 100 hits including the Love Will Lead You Back; she has also topped the . Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart three times. A live album, a live concert on VHS back in those days could have done wonders. She has a great voice, she is beautiful in appearance, and tours regularly. I would love to make a rock album with her and release a full-length live concert audio and video. If anyone has comeback potential it is Taylor Dayne. Forget about that Vh1 Remaking crap, that was awful and Leah Remini was right, the song Right Now was a non-event.
The formula led to three more Top Ten singles from her debut: "Prove Your Love," "I'll Always Love You," and the number two "Don't Rush Me"; the album eventually sold over two million copies.
Taylor Dayne "Tell It To My Heart". July 26. Bad Company former lead singer Brian Howe "Can't Get Enough". Foghat's Fool for The City album contains their trademark Top 40 hit "Slow Ride" which cemented their place as one of the world's top rock acts many of which are still classic rock radio staples. Foghat has been rewarded with eight gold records, one platinum record, and one double-platinum record for their timeless hits.