Monday, February 21, 2011

Debbie Gibson

Deborah Ann Gibson was born on August 31, 1970 in Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A. She is an American singer-songwriter and actress. She became famous at the age of 16. The following year, she was pronounced the youngest artist to write, produce, and perform a #1 single on the Billboard Hot 100, with her song "Foolish Beat" and she remains the youngest female to write, record, and perform a #1 single to date. She appeared on the covers of teen magazines (in the USA), such as Tiger Beat. By this time she and fellow teen queen Tiffany were pitted as rivals for teen pop queen. However, it has been revealed that they have always been good friends. She has gone on to starring roles on Broadway and touring musicals, as well as independent film and television work. In 2005, she posed for Playboy magazine -something she said she would never do- in order to promote her then new single, Naked. She continues to record, and reached the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart as high as #24 during 2006 in a duet with Jordan Knight titled "Say Goodbye."

Out of the Blue (1987)

Out of the Blue is Debbie Gibson's debut album, released on August 18, 1987. Gibson personally wrote all ten songs on this album. As executive producer, Douglas Breitbart of Broadbeard Productions, Inc. (whom Gibson's mother had hired as manager five years before), assembled a team of producers from both New York and Florida: Fred Zarr, John Morales, Sergio Munzibai and Lewis A. Martineé. Zarr produced "Shake Your Love" and "Fallen Angel" in addition to "Only in My Dreams," and co-produced "Out of the Blue," "Staying Together" and "Wake Up to Love" with Gibson, sole producer for "Foolish Beat." Morales and Munzibai produced "Red Hot" and "Between the Lines." Martineé produced "Play the Field". The album charted to #7 in the U.S. (3 Platinum discs) and #26 in the U.K. (Gold disc). The singles taken from this album were: Only in My Dreams (#4 U.S., #11 U.K.), Shake Your Love (#4 U.S., #7 U.K.), Out of the Blue (#3 U.S., #19 U.K.), Foolish Beat (#1 U.S., #9 U.K.), Staying Together (#22 U.S., #53 U.K.), and Red Hot.


1-) Out of the Blue.
2-) Staying Together.
3-) Only in My Dreams.
4-) Foolish Beat.
5-) Red Hot.
6-) Wake up to Love.
7-) Shake Your Love.
8-) Fallen Angel.
9-) Play the Field.
10-) Between the Lines.

Electric Youth (1989)

Electric Youth is Debbie Gibson's second studio album, released on January 24, 1989. As with Out of the Blue, all tracks were written by Gibson, and she single-handedly produced six of the tracks. She was also given half of the production credits on one track alongside Fred Zarr who produced the other four tracks. The album, like her first, contained mainly bubblegum-pop songs, though other, more mature styles were touched upon. Gibson promoted the album with "The Electric Youth World Tour" in 1989. In parallel with the album, she created an Electric Youth perfume under Revlon, and various makeup essentials for young girls through Natural Wonder Cosmetics, one of her sponsors at the time, distributed throughout the US. The album charted to #1 in the U.S. and stayed there for 5 weeks. (2 Platinum discs). It also charted to #8 in the U.K. (Gold disc). The singles taken from this album were: Lost in Your Eyes (#1 U.S., #34 U.K.), Electric Youth (#11 U.S., #14 U.K.), No More Rhyme (#17 U.S.), and We Could Be Together (#71 U.S., #22 U.K.).


1-) Who Loves Ya Baby?
2-) Lost in Your Eyes.
3-) Love in Disguise.
4-) Helplessly in Love.
5-) Silence Speaks (A Thousand Words).
6-) Should've Been the One.
7-) Electric Youth.
8-) No More Rhyme.
9-) Over the Wall.
10-) We Could Be Together.
11-) Shades of the Past.
12-) We Could Be Together (Campfire Mix) (CD version only).
13-) No More Rhyme (Acoustic Mix) (CD version only).


Anything Is Possible (1990)

Anything Is Possible is Debbie Gibson's third studio album, released on November 13, 1990. The album is divided in two sections. One called NRG which consists of the upbeat tracks. The other one is called Mood Swings, which is made up of ballads. The album was her first one not to reach the Top 10 in the U.S. It peaked at #41 over there, earning a Gold disc. It also reached #69 in the U.K. The singles released from this album were: Anything Is Possible (#26 U.S., #51 U.K.), This So-Called Miracle, One Hand One Heart, One Step Ahead (#18 U.S. Dance charts), Sure, and In His Mind (#90 Japan).


1-) Another Brick Falls.
2-) Anything Is Possible.
3-) Reverse Psychology.
4-) One Step Ahead.
5-) Stand Your Ground.
6-) Deep Down.
7-) It Must've Been My Boy.
8-) Lead Them Home My Dreams.

Mood Swings:

9-) One Hand, One Heart.
10-) Sure.
11-) Negative Energy.
12-) Mood Swings.
13-) Try.
14-) In His Mind.
15-) Where Have You Been?
16-) This So-Called Miracle.

Body Mind Soul (1993)

Body Mind Soul is Debbie Gibson's fourth studio album, released on January 19, 1993. The album failed to find favor with the record buying public. This propelled the album to chart at only #109 in the U.S. However, in Japan it was successful where it reached #13. The singles taken from this album were: Losin' Myself (#86 U.S., #73 Canada), Shock Your Mama (#74 U.K.), How Can This Be?, and Free Me.


1-) Love or Money.
2-) Do You Have It in Your Heart.
3-) Free Me.
4-) Shock Your Mama.
5-) Losin' Myself.
6-) How Can This Be?
7-) When I Say No.
8-) Little Birdie.
9-) Kisses 4 One.
10-) Tear Down These Walls.
11-) Goodbye.
12-) Eyes of the Child. (Only in Japanese version of the album. Not included in the uploaded file.)

Think with Your Heart (1995)

Think with Your Heart is Debbie Gibson's fifth studio album, released on July 3, 1995. The album only sold 25,000 copies in the U.S. However, in Japan it peaked to #46 and it also had some chart success in countries like South Africa. The singles taken from this album were: For Better or Worse and Didn't Have the Heart.


1-) For Better or Worse.
2-) Didn't Have the Heart.
3-) Will You Love Me Tomorrow.
4-) Dancin' in My Mind.
5-) Dontcha Want Me Now?
6-) Can't Do It Alone.
7-) Think with Your Heart.
8-) Too Fancy.
9-) You Don't Have to See.
10-) Two Young Kids.
11-) Interlude/Tony's Rehearsal.
12-) Call Yourself a Lover (Japan only; NOT included in this file).
13-) You Know Me (Japan only; NOT included in this file).

Deborah (1996)

Deborah is Debbie Gibson's sixth studio album, released on December, 1996. This was the first release where the singer was credited with her full name. The singles taken from this album were: Only Words (#37 U.S. Dance charts), Moonchild, and Naturally.


1-) Prelude.
2-) Ode to a Would Be Lover.
3-) Moonchild.
4-) Only Words.
5-) Naturally.
6-) Nobody's You.
7-) Cry Tonight.
8-) Where I Wanna Be.
9-) Butterflies Are Free.
10-) Give Me Your Love.
11-) Just Wasn't Love.
12-) I Can't.
13-) People.
14-) Don't Rain on My Parade.
15-) I Will Let You Go.

M.Y.O.B. (2001)

M.Y.O.B. (Mind Your Own Business) is Debbie Gibson's seventh studio album, released on March, 2001 on her own Golden Egg record label, and sold 20,000 copies in America. The singles taken from this album were: What You Want and Your Secret.


1-) M.Y.O.B.
2-) Your Secret.
3-) What You Want.
4-) Down That Road.
5-) The One.
6-) Wishing You Were Here.
7-) What Part of No.
8-) In Blue.
9-) Jaded.
10-) Knock Three Times (Duet with Tony Orlando).
11-) M.Y.O.B. (Dance Mix).


Miss Vocalist (2010)

Miss Vocalist is Debbie Gibson's ninth studio album, released on November 3, 2010. This is a Japan-only release. This time around Debbie Gibson's covers Japanese love songs. She even re-recorded her #1 1989 hit, Lost in Your Eyes. The only single taken from this album was: I Love You.


1-) Tsunami.
2-) Say Yes.
3-) I Love You.
4-) Roman Hikou.
5-) Love Story wa Totsuzen ni.
6-) True Love.
7-) Hitomi wo Tojite.
8-) Sakurazaka.
9-) However.
10-) Robinson.
11-) Lost in Your Eyes (2010 English version).
12-) Sekaiju no Dareyori Kitto (MSV version, duet with Eric Martin).
13-) Lost in Your Eyes (2010 Japanese version).

Debbie Plus

Debbie Plus is a self-made compilation which consists of some (and very few, hehe) non-album studio songs. This includes her 1990 Japan-only single Without You, her take on Grease's You're the One That I Want, when she did the play back in 1993, her duet with New Kids on the Block member, Jordan Knight, Say Goodbye, among some other tracks.


1-) So Close to Forever.
2-) Without You.
3-) The Most Beautiful Love Song.
4-) You're the One That I Want (duet with Craig McLachlan).
5-) Let's Run Away.
6-) Light the World (duet with Peabo Bryson).
7-) Say Goodbye (duet with Jordan Knight).




  1. Thank you for this website!

    I'm was a Debbie's fan in the past and always keep her songs close to me.

    I didn't know she was still active.

  2. Thank you so much for this complete Debbie Gibson discography. i have always been a fan of her music, and i never knew that after "think with your heart" she was still active in music scene. Thanks a lot!!!

  3. Thanks for sharing...I love her music...

  4. please reup link is not working