Bring You Home is the fourth studio album by Irish pop singer Ronan Keating. It was released by Polydor Records on June 5, 2006 across the world.
The album was primarily produced by Mark Taylor; only two tracks — "To Be Loved" and "Back in the Backseat" — were produced by Steve Mac
. The album debuted at number three on the United Kingdom Top 75 albums chart. Two different songs were released as the album's first single, "All Over Again" (featuring Kate Rusby
), was released in UK and Ireland. While in the rest of the world "Iris," a cover of the Goo Goo Dolls
' hit song, was released. The album spawned only two physical
singles; "All Over Again" and "Iris". "This I Promise You" was announced as the third single but few weeks before its release date (December 11, 2006), Keating's official website stated that the single would be available exclusively as a download. The artwork of the single was also made available for download.
This album also contains the song "To Be Loved", which was originally sung by Irish band, Westlife. But, Keating's cover version on this album has completely different lyrics in the second half of the song. Jazz musician Jamie Cullum played piano on this song. It is produced by Steve Mac, who originally co-wrote it.
The song "Just When I'd Given Up Dreaming" was co-written by the famous American singer/songwriter, Richard Marx with Ronan Keating.
The album has been certified Platinum in Australia, i.e. it has sold more than 70,000 copies there. The album has also achieved Gold status in UK, i.e. it has sold more than 100,000 copies there.
- "Friends in Time" (Simon Carmody/David O'Byrne) – 5:44 (Cover version of the Golden Horde song)
- "This I Promise You" (Keating/Paul Barry) – 3:55
- "All Over Again" (featuring Kate Rusby) (Don Mescall/Randy Goodrum) – 4:31
- "Iris" (Johnny Rzeznik) – 4:08 (cover version of the Goo Goo Dolls song)
- "To Be Loved" (Mac/Wayne Hector) – 3:04 (cover version of the Westlife song)
- "Superman" (Keating/Barry) – 4:19
- "It's So Easy Lovin' You" (Keating/Hector/Steve Robson) – 4:08
- "Back in the Backseat" (Mac/Hector) – 3:39 (Cover version of the David Campbell song)
- "Bring You Home" (Keating/Barry/Mark Taylor) – 3:16
- "Hello Again" (A Lindgren/Neil Diamond) – 4:02 (cover version of the Neil Diamond song)
- "Just When I'd Given Up Dreaming" (Keating/Marx) – 4:17
- "(We Just Need) Time" (Keating/Gregg Alexander/James McNally) – 3:56
The bonus track appears on the United Kingdom and Australian edition of Bring You Home
- "So Far Away" – 3:55
|Swiss Albums Chart
|UK Albums Chart
|Australian Albums Chart
|German Albums Chart
|New Zealand Albums Chart
|Austrian Albums Chart
|Swedish Albums Chart
|Irish Albums Chart
|Italian Albums Chart
|Polish Albums Chart
|All Over Again
||UK Top 75 Singles Chart
||UK Top 75 Singles Chart