Natacha Atlas discography

Natacha Atlas discography

Atlas performing in 2008
Releases
Studio albums 9
Live albums 1
Compilation albums 4
Singles 18
Video albums 1
Music videos 10

The discography of Natacha Atlas, a Belgian world music singer, consists of nine studio albums, one live album, four compilation albums, 18 singles, and one video album. She debuted in the early 1990s, appearing on albums recorded by ¡Loca! and Jah Wobble.[1] In 1993, Atlas joined ethnic electronica group Transglobal Underground as the lead singer and belly dancer.[1]

Atlas released her solo debut studio album Diaspora in March 1995. The album is a hybrid of genres, combining trace, techno and traditional Arabic music.[2] It reached number 123 on the United Kingdom albums chart and produced three singles.[3] Halim, her second studio album, was released in May 1997. It featured collaborations with duo Sawt El Atlas and Egyptian composer Essam Rashad.[4] In the UK, the album peaked at number 128.[3] Atlas' third album, Gedida, followed in March 1999. It reached number 19 on the French albums chart and produced her first top-twenty single, "Mon Amie La Rose".[5] Atlas released her fifth studio album Ayeshteni in May 2001. It peaked at number 36 in France and number 46 in her native Belgium.[5][6]

After a two-year hiatus, Atlas released her sixth studio album Something Dangerous in May 2003. Featuring collaborations with British composer Jocelyn Pook and Irish singer Sinéad O'Connor, the album reached number 13 on the United States Billboard World Music Albums chart.[7][8] The Best of Natacha Atlas, a compilation album, and its companion video album followed in 2005.[9][10] Released in April 2006, Atlas' seventh studio album Mish Maoul reached number 12 on the US World Music Albums chart.[8] Her eight studio album Ana Hina was released in May 2008. It was recorded with the Mazeeka Ensemble and primarily features acoustic cover versions of songs originally performed by Arabic singers.[11] Atlas' ninth studio album Mounqaliba was released in September 2010; it was preceded by the single "River Man".[12]

Albums

Studio albums

List of studio albums, with selected chart positions
Title Album details Peak chart positions
BEL
(WA)

[6]
FRA
[5]
NL
[13]
NOR
[14]
SWI
[15]
UK
[3]
US
World

[8]
Diaspora
  • Released: March 1995 (UK)[2]
  • Label: Nation (NATCDM47)
  • Formats: CD, LP, DD
66 123
Halim
  • Released: 5 May 1997 (UK)[4]
  • Label: Nation (NATCD1087)
  • Formats: CD, DD, LP
128
Gedida
  • Released: 9 March 1999 (UK)[16]
  • Label: Mantra (MNTCD #1014)
  • Formats: CD, CS, DD
19 37
Ayeshteni
  • Released: 8 May 2001 (UK)[17]
  • Label: Mantra (MNT1024)
  • Formats: CD, DD, LP
46 36 97 141
Foretold in the Language of Dreams
(with Marc Eagleton)
  • Released: 19 August 2002 (UK)[18]
  • Label: Mantra (MNT1029)
  • Formats: CD, DD
Something Dangerous
  • Released: 19 May 2003 (UK)[19]
  • Label: Mantra (MNTCD1035)
  • Formats: CD, DD
98 13
Mish Maoul
  • Released: 24 April 2006 (UK)[20]
  • Label: Mantra (MNTCD1038)
  • Formats: CD, DD
12
Ana Hina
(with the Mazeeka Ensemble)
  • Released: 26 May 2008 (UK)[21]
  • Label: World Village (#450005)
  • Formats: CD, DD
162
Mounqaliba
  • Released: 23 September 2010 (UK)[22]
  • Label: World Village (WVF479048)
  • Formats: CD, DD
"—" denotes release that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Live albums

List of live albums
Album details
Expressions: Live in Toulouse
  • Released: 5 May 2013 (UK)[23]
  • Label: Mazeeka Music (MR0001)
  • Formats: CD, DD

Compilation albums

List of compilation albums
Album details
The Remix Collection
  • Released: 19 September 2000 (UK)[24]
  • Label: Mantra (MNT1022)
  • Formats: CD, LP
The Best of Natacha Atlas
  • Released: 23 May 2005 (UK)[9]
  • Label: Mantra (MNT1036)
  • Formats: CD, DD
Mounqaliba – Rising: The Remixes
  • Released: 27 September 2011 (UK)[25]
  • Label: Six Degrees (657036117624)
  • Formats: CD, DD
Habibi: Classics and Collaborations
  • Released: 8 July 2013 (UK)[26]
  • Labels: Nascente, Demon (NSDCD033)
  • Formats: CD, DD

Singles

As a main artist

List of singles, with selected chart positions, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Album
BEL
(WA)

[6]
FRA
[5]
UK
[3]
"Dub Yalil"[27] 1994 Diaspora
"Leysh Nat' Arak"[28] 1995
"Yalla Chant"[29]
"Amulet"[30] 1997 Halim
"L'Égyptienne"
(featuring Les Négresses Vertes)[31]
1998
"Mon Amie La Rose" 1999 13 16 Gedida
"Mistaneek"
(featuring Sawt El Atlas)[32]
"Bastet"[33]
"One Brief Moment" 125
"Duden"[34] 2000 The Remix Collection
"I Put a Spell on You" 2001 146 Ayeshteni
"Ne me quitte pas"[35]
"Mish Fadilak"[36]
"Le Goût Du Pain"[37]
"Quand Je Ferme les Yeux"
(featuring Myra Boyle)[38]
2003 Something Dangerous
"Man's World"[39]
"River Man"[12] 2010 Mounqaliba
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that country.

As a featured artist

List of singles, with selected chart positions, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Album
FRA
[5]
NL
[13]
UK
[40]
"C'est La Vie"
(Jean Michel Jarre featuring Natacha Atlas)
2000 95 60 40 Métamorphoses

Videography

Video albums

List of video albums
Title Album details
Natacha Atlas / Transglobal Underground
  • Released: 24 May 2005 (UK)[10]
  • Label: Mantra (MNT10379)
  • Format: DVD

Music videos

List of music videos, showing year released and director
Title Year Director(s)[41][42]
"Leysh Nat' Arak" 1995 Angela Conway
"Yalla Chant"
"Amulet" 1997
"Mistaneek" 1999
"One Brief Moment"
"Mon Amie La Rose"
"Mish Fadilak" 2001 Joanna Bailey
"Mish Fadilak" (French version)
"When I Close My Eyes" 2003 Siraj Jhaveri
"Quand Je Ferme les Yeux"
"Whatever Lola Wants" 2008 Nabil Ayouch

See also

References

External links

  • Official website



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