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The Sun Shines Brighter

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Released  October 2006
Artist  Ultra
Label  Goldust Records
Recorded  London, Italy 2005
Release date  October 2006
Genre  Pop music
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Producer  Goldust, M Lister, J Marr, W Page, C Guidetti, S Hanna, A Howes, I Stanley, P Ibsen
Similar  Ultra, Big Time, Bring It On

The Sun Shines Brighter is the second studio album from English band Ultra, released in October 2006, seven years after their debut album Ultra. The lineup consists of James Hearn, vocals and piano; Michael Harwood, vocals and guitar; Nick Keynes, bass; and Jon O'Mahony, drums and percussion.

The majority of the songs were written by the four original members of the band who reunited in 2005 to write and record it. James Hearn wrote "Happiness". Former member Alistair Griffin wrote "Don't Let Go" and "In Your Smile", and also co-wrote "Feeling Alive". Griffin's vocals have been used on "In Your Smile" and "Feeling Alive", although these appear to have been recorded some time previously, before he re-recorded the versions which are included on his own 2004 solo album Bring It On.

The album was recorded in London and Italy, on the band's own Goldust label. Producer credits include Ian Stanley (who produced their first album), Claudio Guidetti and Ash Howes.


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