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A Million Year Girl

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Released  15 May, 1995
Producer  Daniel Denholm
Release date  15 May 1995
Length  46:54
Artist  Max Sharam
Genre  Pop music
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Label  East West Records Australia

A Million Year Girl is the debut album by Australian singer Max Sharam.

Sharam issued her debut EP Coma in October 1994 (produced by Daniel Denholm and Nick Mainsbridge) with the song peaking at #14 on the Australian singles chart during February 1995. and was voted the eighth most popular song in Triple J's Hottest 100 for 1994. Her debut album A Million Year Girl was released in May 1995. The album was certified gold and reached #9 in the Australian album charts. It was nominated for eight ARIA Awards (although she only won 'Best Cover Artwork'). and produced a further two Top 40 singles, "Be Firm" (#25 in June 1995) and "Lay Down" (a cover of the Melanie Safka song, which reached #36 in November 1995). Her fourth single, "Is It OK if I Call You Mine?" released in February 1996, was not as successful, and peaked at #108.

Songs

1Be Firm3:48
2Coma3:46
3Purple Flower4:11

References

A Million Year Girl Wikipedia


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