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To the Moon and Back: The Amazing Australians at the Forefront of Space Travel Plus Fantastic Moon Facts is a 2004 book co-written by Australian author Jackie French and her husband, Bryan Sullivan. It won the CBCA Children's Book of the Year Award: Eve Pownall Award for Information Books in 2005.
Karen Kingsbury is an American Christian novelist born in Fairfax, Virginia.
"To the Moon and Back" is a song by Australian pop duo Savage Garden. It was released in Australia on 4 November 1996 as the second single from their self-titled 1997 album. It was the follow up to their hit "I Want You". It won the 1997 ARIA Music Award for Song of the Year. The song became a Top 3 hit on the UK Singles Chart, and a Top 25 hit on the US Billboard Hot 100, and was also the band's first number one in their native country.
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Darren Stanley Hayes is an Australian singer-songwriter, and podcaster. Hayes was the frontman and singer of the pop duo Savage Garden until it disbanded in 2001. Their 1997 album Savage Garden peaked at No. 1 in Australia, No. 2 in United Kingdom and No. 3 in United States. It spawned the singles "I Want You", "To the Moon and Back", and Australian and US No. 1 "Truly Madly Deeply". The duo followed the success of their debut album with Affirmation (1999), which provided additional hits such as US No. 1 "I Knew I Loved You", and Australian No. 3 "The Animal Song". Savage Garden parted ways in 2001. They have sold more than 23 million albums worldwide.
Affirmation is the second and final studio album by Australian pop duo Savage Garden. The album was released on 9 November 1999 by Columbia Records. It won the 2000 ARIA Music Award for Highest Selling Album along it nominated the 2000 ARIA Music Award for Best Group but lost to Killing Heidi's Reflector and Best Pop Release but lost to Kylie Minogue's "Spinning Around".
Daniel Jones is an Australian musician, songwriter, and record producer. He is best known for being a member of the successful Australian pop duo Savage Garden, whose international hit singles included the songs "I Want You", "To the Moon and Back", "Truly Madly Deeply", "I Knew I Loved You", and "Crash and Burn". After Savage Garden split in 2001, Jones launched his own production company and a recording studio, to work with various new, young Australian artists.
Savage Garden is the eponymous debut studio album by Australian pop duo Savage Garden. It was released on 4 March 1997 in Australia by Columbia Records and Roadshow Music. The album won the award for Highest Selling Album at the ARIA Music Awards of 1998, selling more than 12 million copies worldwide, according to Billboard magazine.
Truly Madly Completely: The Best of Savage Garden is a compilation album released by Australian pop duo Savage Garden.
"I Knew I Loved You" is a song by Australian pop duo Savage Garden, released as the second single from their second studio album, Affirmation. The song went straight to number one on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming the band's second number one in the United States after "Truly Madly Deeply". It was the last song by an Australian artist to reach the top of the Billboard Hot 100 for over twelve years, until Gotye peaked at number one with his single "Somebody That I Used to Know" in 2012. The song also reached number one in Canada—the band's third single to do so—and number four in Australia. Elsewhere, the song also reached number one in Romania, number three in New Zealand and Sweden, and the top 10 in Norway and the United Kingdom.
"So Beautiful" is a pop song written by Australian singer-songwriter Darren Hayes and Robert Conley. In 2005, the song was released as a single as a part of the promotion of the greatest hits album Truly Madly Completely: The Best of Savage Garden, a band that Hayes was part of until their split in 2001. Hayes was credited on the release as "Darren Hayes ".
"I Want You" is a song by Australian pop duo Savage Garden. It was originally released in Australia in May 1996 as the lead single from their eponymous debut album, Savage Garden. The single hit number one in Canada, and peaked on number 4 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and in Australia. The single also peaked at number 9 in Iceland and at 11 on the UK Singles Chart.
"Break Me Shake Me" is the fourth single released by Savage Garden from their eponymous debut album Savage Garden.
"A Marshmallow World" is a popular song that was written in 1949 by Carl Sigman (lyrics) and Peter DeRose (music). The song is about winter and is commonly regarded as a Christmas song, although the lyrics make no mention of the holiday.
The discography of Savage Garden, an Australian duo made up of singer Darren Hayes and producer Daniel Jones, contains two studio albums, one compilation album, thirteen singles and four video albums. According to the duo's manager and reported by Billboard, the two studio albums released by the duo have sold 23 million copies worldwide.
Savage Garden were an Australian pop duo consisting of Darren Hayes on vocals and Daniel Jones on instruments. Formed in Logan City, Queensland, in 1994, the duo achieved international success in the end of the 1990s and beginning of the 2000s with the No. 1 hit singles "I Want You", "To the Moon and Back", "Truly Madly Deeply", "The Animal Song" and "I Knew I Loved You".
"Universe" is the fifth overall single taken from Australian pop duo Savage Garden's self titled debut album. The version of B-side "This Side of Me" that appears on the single release is roughly twenty seconds shorter than other released versions. This is the version that was originally intended for release.
"Chained to You" is a song by Australian pop group Savage Garden, released as the fifth single from their second studio album Affirmation.
"All Around Me" is a promotional single by Australian pop music duo Savage Garden from their 1997 self-titled debut album. The song was left off the international edition of their debut album, but was later included as the B-side to "The Animal Song".
The Singles is the second greatest hits album of Savage Garden, released in Australia on 12 June 2015. Its release was in mark of the 20th anniversary of the band's signing to Roadshow Music in 1995, released through Universal who had acquired the band's catalogue due to the folding of Roadshow in 2013, and coincided with re-released expanded editions of their two studio albums Savage Garden and Affirmation. The compilation also contains a DVD featuring almost all of the band's music videos. A previously unreleased track, a demo from 1994 entitled "She", was premiered and released on 15 May and also features on the album. A limited edition of the album was released in Japan on May 25, 2016, and features an image of Josuke Higashikata from the Diamond is Unbreakable arc of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure after the track "I Want You" was used as the ending theme of the anime adaptation.
"To the Moon and Back" is a song by Fever Ray, an alias of Swedish musician Karin Dreijer. It was released on 20 October 2017 through Rabid Records as the lead single from her second studio album, Plunge (2017).
"IDK About You" is a song by Fever Ray, an alias of Swedish musician Karin Dreijer. It was released on 1 March 2018 through Rabid Records as the third single from her second studio album, Plunge (2017), following the singles "To the Moon and Back" and "Wanna Sip".