Sounds of Debbie Gibson

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Out of the Blue
Out of the Blue is the debut album by American singer-songauthor Deborah Gibson. 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. Martinee'.
Zarr produced "Shake Your Love" and "Fallen Angel" in addition to "Only in My Dreams," and co-produced "Out of the Blue," "Staying Taken in concert" and "Wake Up to Love" with Gibson, sole producer for "Foolish Beat." Morales and Munzibai produced "Red Hot" and "Between the Lines." Martinee' produced "Play the Field".
Out of the Blue made #7 on the U.S. Billboard Hot Albums chart and #26 on the U.K. album chart. The album sold over 3 million copies in the United States (over 8 million world wide) and was certified 3x Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America.

Electric Youth
As with Out of the Blue, all tracks were written by Gibson herself, 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. Electric Youth spawned four singles, the very first being the largest charting single of her career―"Lost In Your Eyes," which held #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 for 3 weeks. "Electric Youth", the album's title track, just missed the Top 10, reaching #11. "No More Rhyme" followed, ending its run at #17, and "We Could Be Taken in concert" charted at #71. In the USA, The album was certified 2x Platinum by the RIAA. Gibson promoted the album with "The Electric Youth World Tour" in 1989. In parallel with the album, she developed an Electric Youth perfume under Revlon, and several makeup keys for young girls through Natural Wonder Cosmetics, one of her sponsors at the time, distributed across the nation.

Anything Is Possible
Anything Is Possible (Atlantic 82167) is the third album by Debbie Gibson, released on November 20, 1990, under the Atlantic Records label. The album was Gibson's first album to not reach the Top 10 on the Billboard Hot Albums chart, peaking at #41 in the United States and sold much fewer than her previous two albums, Out of the Blue and Electric Youth, which both had gone multi-platinum. The album was still a minor success for Gibson and eventually was certified Gold by the Recording Industry Association of America. In Japan, the album reached #5 on the charts, achieving Gold status, thus becoming her most successful album in Japan. The album was released in March 1991 in the UK.

Colored Lights: The Broadway Album
Colored Lights: The Broadway Album is the eighth studio album--and the first tribute album--by American singer-songwriter-actress Deborah Gibson. Released in 2003 on the Fynsworth Alley label, it includes songs from nine preexisting theatre musicals and one from her own original theatre musical Skirts.