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The discography of New Zealand boy band Titanium, formed in Auckland in 2012, consists of a studio album, six official singles and five music videos. They signed with record label, Illegal Musik after being formed by a local radio competition from The Edge. They subsequently signed with Warner Music. As of November 2012, Titanium have sold over twenty thousand singles.
The group's debut studio album All for You was released worldwide in December 2012. The leading single "Come On Home" was a national hit, reaching number one on the New Zealand Singles Chart and it has since been certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of New Zealand (RIANZ). Subsequent singles "I Won't Give Up" and "Sky" both became top twenty hits in New Zealand. Titanium made history when they became the first New Zealand band to have three songs in the Top 40 Singles Chart at one time.In 2013, "Soundtrack to Summer" and "Tattoo" the succeeding singles, were moderate successes.
|Title||Album details||Peak chart positions||Sales||Certifications|
|All for You||8|
|Year||Title||Peak chart positions||Certifications||Album|
|2012||"Come On Home"||1||—||NZ: 2× Platinum||All for You|
|"I Won't Give Up"||16||69|
|"For the First Time"||—||—|
|2013||"Soundtrack to Summer" |
(featuring Jupiter Project)
|28||—||All for You 2.0|
|2014||"Take Us Back"||9||—||Non-album single|
(with Marcia Hines)
|—||—|| Marcia Hines album|
|"—" denotes single that did not chart or was not released|
|Year||Single||Peak chart positions||Album|
|2012||"Nothing but Love"||—||—||All for You|
|"—" denotes single that did not chart or was not released|
|2012||"Come On Home"||Anthony Plant|
|"I Won't Give Up"||Anthony Plant|
|"For the First Time"||Craig Gainsborough|
|2013||"Soundtrack to Summer"||Craig Gainsborough|
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Titanium was a New Zealand pop boy band formed in Auckland in 2012 from the winners of The Edge radio station's competition to create New Zealand's first authentic boy band. The Edge radio station hosted auditions across New Zealand and eventually six young men were selected for the group consisting of members, Zac Taylor, Andrew Papas, Jordi Webber, Shaquille Paranihi-Ngauma, Haydn Linsley and T.K Paradza. They released their debut single, "Come On Home". The single debuted at number one on the official New Zealand Singles Chart on 17 September 2012. Titanium released their debut studio album, All For You in December 2012. They became the first New Zealand band to have three songs in the Top 40 Singles Chart at one time.
"Come On Home" is the debut single by New Zealand boy band Titanium. It was released as the lead single by Illegal Musik on 7 September 2012. The song was written by R&B recording artist, Vince Harder. "Come On Home" is a pop ballad. The song received positive reviews from music critics, highlighting its appeal to the teenage audience and pop sensibility. On the same day of the single's release it reached number one on iTunes. The song debuted at number one on the New Zealand Singles Chart on Monday, 17 September 2012. This accomplishment ensured the boy band received a $10,000 cash prize for reaching number one from The Edge radio station.
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