Together Alone (Alex Hepburn album)

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Together Alone
Alex hepburn together alone albumcover.jpg
Studio album by
Released12 April 2013 (2013-04-12)
Genre R&B, pop, rock
Label Warner Bros. Records 082564647633
Producer Dee Adam, Julian Emery, Ian Barter, Blair Mackichan, Gary Clark, Jimmy Hogarth
Alex Hepburn chronology
Together AloneThings I've Seen
Singles from Together Alone
  1. "Under"
    Released: 17 May 2013
  2. "Miss Misery"
    Released: 2013
Professional ratings
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Together Alone is the debut studio album by English singer Alex Hepburn. The album was released on 12 April 2013 through Warner Bros. Records. [2] The record includes two singles "Under" and "Miss Misery". The album has charted well in many European countries, peaking at number two in the Swiss charts.


Track listing

1."Miss Misery"Alex Hepburn, James Earp2:59
2."Bad Girl"Alex Hepburn, Blair MacKichan 3:13
3."Broken Record"Alex Hepburn, John Tilley2:53
4."Pain Is"Alex Hepburn, Linda Perry 3:54
5."Get Heavy"Alex Hepburn, Jim Irvin, Julian Emery 3:46
6."Love To Love You"Alex Hepburn, Jamie Hartman, Ian Barter3:58
7."Reckless"Alex Hepburn, Paul Barry 4:14
8."Angelina"Alex Hepburn, James Earp, Dee Adam3:52
9."Under"Alex Hepburn, Gary Clark 3:58
10."Hold Me"Alex Hepburn, Ian Barter3:15
11."Two Point Four"Alex Hepburn, James Earp, Dee Adam3:27
12."Under (Radio Version)"Alex Hepburn, Gary Clark3:58
Total length:43:31



Certifications for "Together Alone"
RegionCertification Certified units/sales
France (SNEP) [12] Gold50,000*
Switzerland (IFPI Switzerland) [13] Gold10,000^

* Sales figures based on certification alone.
^ Shipments figures based on certification alone.

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