Up All Night (Rob Mills album)

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Up All Night
Studio album by
Released14 June 2004 (Australia)
Genre Pop
Label Sony BMG
Singles from Up All Night
  1. "Ms Vanity"
    Released: 31 May 2004
  2. "Every Single Day"
    Released: August 2004

Up All Night is the debut studio album by Australian musician, Rob Mills released on 14 June 2004. The album peaked at number 21 on the ARIA Charts.


Making of the album

In 2003, Rob Mills rose to prominence as a contestant on Australian Idol , eventually placing fifth. Mills was signed to Sony BMG and recorded the album in the first half of 2004.

Track listing

1."Ms Vanity"
  • Jim Marr
  • Tony Vincent
  • Matthew Gerrard
  • Matthew Gerrard
2."That's All You Are"
  • Jason Phelps
  • Shelly Peiken
  • Wally Gagel
  • James Kempster
  • Simon Hosford
  • Chesney Hawkes
  • Daniel Pandher
  • Ear
  • Kempster
  • Hosford
4."I Confess"
  • Adam Gould
  • Paul Wiltshire
  • Victoria Wu
  • Paul Wiltshire
  • Rob Mills
  • Phil Buckle
  • Phil Buckle
6."Dirty Girl"
  • Arnthor Birgisson
  • Matt Prime
  • Paul Wiltshire
  • Paul Shirley
  • Watson
  • Adrian Hannan
  • Watson
8."Can't Sleep"
  • Mills
  • Paul Aiden
  • Kempster
  • Hosford
9."Every Single Day"
  • Mills
  • Buckle
  • Buckle
10."Right Here"
  • Mills
  • Kempster
  • Hosford
  • Kempster
  • Hosford
  • Mills
  • Aiden
  • Wiltshire
12."Bad Timing"
  • Mills
  • Buckle
  • Buckle
13."Holding On"
  • Mills
  • Shirley
  • Watson
  • Watson


Chart (2004)Peak
Australian Albums (ARIA) [1] 21

Release history

Australia14 June 2004 CD BMG Australia 8287662645

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