Amber's third album "Naked" was released in early 2002.
More DetailsHide DetailsIt was her first album not produced by the Berman Brothers but with her longtime collaborator and producer Wolfram Dettki, as she bought out her contract. Musically, Amber continued the path she had started with: she continued to write her own lyrics and attempted even more of a departure from her original Eurodance sound. Amber parted ways with Tommy Boy Records after her third album because of creative differences.
Amber's fourth album, "My Kind of World" was the first to be released on her own label, and was more personal and moodier than her previous releases. The album did not gain mainstream attention. Three singles were taken from the album, "You Move Me", "Voodoo" and "Just Like That".
In 2001, she received a Grammy nomination as the writer of 'Love One Another' for Cher's cover version and also co wrote for Bette Midler.
In 2000, Amber released the album 'Remixed', which contained remixes of all her previous singles, including "If You Could Read My Mind."
More DetailsHide DetailsIt also included a non-album track "Taste The Tears" which had previously appeared on the TV soundtrack for "Sex and The City".
In 1999 Amber released her second (self titled) album which garnered the most mainstream attention thus far.
More DetailsHide DetailsThe first single "Sexual (Li Da Li)" achieved success in the US Billboard charts as well as charting across Europe. The album also included the single "If You Could Read My Mind" by Stars On 54 (a collaboration with Ultra Naté and Jocelyn Enriquez) which was featured on the soundtrack to the movie '54'.
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