Leah Andreone (born May 24, 1972) is an American musician. Andreone was born and raised in San Diego and attended Helix High School in La Mesa. After high school, she spent time in Los Angeles, working during the day and singing at night. Andreone's first album, Veiled, produced by Rick Neigher, was released by RCA in 1996. It included the hit single "It's Alright, It's OK", which charted in the . Europe, and Australia
By serving as co-producer of her second release, Alchemy (along with Black Sabbath/Two producer Bob Marlette), Leah Andreone had more involvement than on her 1996 debut, Veiled, ultimately resulting in a more diverse and interesting collection of songs. Whereas the debut was a straight-ahead collection of Alanis Morissette-esque alterna-pop, Alchemy is the complete opposite - far more unpredictable sonic experimentation and a wide variety of musical styles are touched upon.
Co-producer – Leah Andreone. Mixed By – Jack Joseph Puig. Producer – Bob Marlette. Alchemy (Cass, Album). RCA, Sony BMG Music Entertainment Türkiye Ticaret . 06 4, 67696 4. Turkey. Alchemy (CD, Album).
Alchemy (Leah Andreone album). Studio album by Leah Andreone. September 29, 1998 (1998-09-29). Alchemy is Leah Andreone's second full length album. It contains the song "Lamentation", which was used on the FOX network television show So You Think You Can Dance. All songs by Leah Andreone, except where noted. Swallow Me". "Bow Down".
Alchemy is Leah Andreone's second full-length album. An album is a collection of audio recordings issued as a collection on compact disc, vinyl, audio tape, or another medium. Albums of recorded music were developed in the early 20th century as individual 78-rpm records collected in a bound book resembling a photograph album; this format evolve. arly record albums were multiple 78rpm discs packaged in book form, like a photograph album. A vinyl LP on a turntable. A blank compact cassette tape and case. This article needs additional citations for verification. Billboard - 12 Sep 1998 - Page 18 "HE'S OK: It's hard to imagine writing a song as provocatively titled as "Swallow Me" with one's brother, but that's exactly what Leah Andreone did on her new album "Alchemy. 29 RCA release is a quantum leap from her debut.
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