|Studio album by|
|Released||17 November 1997|
|Peter Andre chronology|
|Singles from Time|
Time is the third album released by British-Australian singer-songwriter Peter Andre, released in November 1997.Three singles were released from the album—"All About Us", "Lonely" and "All Night, All Right", with the former two reaching the top 10 and the latter the top 20 on the UK Singles Chart. The album reached number 28 in the UK and New Zealand, and was certified gold by the British Phonographic Industry (BPI).
Following the success of his previous album, Mushroom Records offered Andre an extended record deal, allowing him to record another album on the label. The album was released on 14 November 1997 and became Andre's last album on Mushroom Records, which saw his departure from the music industry for seven years. This was reportedly due to poor sales of the album and its singles. The album featured several collaborations, and spawned three singles: "All About Us", "Lonely" and "All Night, All Right". The album was certified gold, with sales of over 100,000 copies in the UK.
|1.||"All About Us" (featuring Montell Jordan and Lil' Bo Peep)||Jordan||4:27|
|2.||"I See You"||Kipner||4:17|
|3.||"All Night, All Right" (featuring Coolio)||3:29|
|4.||"Rest of My Life" (featuring Brian McKnight)||McKnight||4:21|
|5.||"Letting You Go"||McKnight||4:48|
|6.||"Nobody Knows"||Jay C||4:29|
|7.||"Tracks of My Tears" (featuring John Forté and Pras)||3:44|
|8.||"Best of Me" (featuring Izreal)||4:05|
|9.||"What You Like" (featuring Lord G)||Jay C||4:18|
|10.||"Lonely"||Cutfather & Joe||5:04|
|11.||"Just for You"||Andre||Andre||3:38|
|12.||"Stay with Me"||4:38|
|Dutch Albums (Album Top 100)||89|
|European Albums Chart||83|
|New Zealand Albums (RMNZ)||28|
|Scottish Albums (OCC)||72|
|UK Albums (OCC)||28|
|United Kingdom (BPI)||Gold||100,000^|
^ Shipments figures based on certification alone.
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