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Together is a 2002 album recorded by Scottish pop star Lulu as an album of duets with various artists, including Elton John, Paul McCartney, Joe Cocker, Cliff Richard, Westlife and Ronan Keating, amongst others. The album reached #4 in the UK Albums Chartand was certified Gold by the BPI.
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