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My Way (Ian Brown album)

My Way
Studio album by Ian Brown
Released 28 September 2009
Recorded Battery Studios, Manchester
Genre Alternative rock
Producer Dave McCracken
Ian Brown chronology
The World is Yours
My Way
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Clash (6/10)[1]
The Daily Telegraph [2]
Drowned in Sound (7/10)[3] [4]
The Guardian [5]
NME (8/10)[6]
Slant Magazine [7]
The Times [8]
Uncut [9]

My Way is the sixth solo album by British artist Ian Brown. The album was released on 28 September 2009.[10] The album's lead single "Stellify" was released on 21 September 2009. In an interview with XFM Manchester he claimed that the song was originally written for Rihanna, but he realised he had created "a great sound" so claimed the track for himself.[11]

The second single "Just Like You" was released on 30 November 2009


My Way was inspired by Michael Jackson's Thriller with Brown noting that "we mastered it on the day that Michael Jackson died (too), so I'm taking that as a good omen."[10]


  1. "Stellify" (4:57)
  2. "Crowning of the Poor" (3:18)
  3. "Just Like You" (3:22)
  4. "In The Year 2525" (Zager and Evans cover) (2:52)
  5. "Always Remember Me" (4:49)
  6. "Vanity Kills" (3:34)
  7. "For The Glory" (3:11)
  8. "Marathon Man" (3:39)
  9. "Own Brain" (2:56)
  10. "Laugh Now" (3:53)
  11. "By All Means Necessary" (3:42)
  12. "So High" (2:54)


  1. ^ Clash review
  2. ^ The Daily Telegraph review
  3. ^ Drowned In Sound review
  4. ^ review
  5. ^ The Guardian review
  6. ^ NME review
  7. ^ Slant Magazine review
  8. ^ The Times review
  9. ^ Pat Long. > Review )))"My Way"allmusic ((( . Uncut. Retrieved 18 September 2009. 
  10. ^ a b "Ian Brown announces new Michael Jackson-inspired album details - exclusive". NME. 21 July 2009. 
  11. ^ "'"Ian Brown reveals 'roses' artwork for new single 'Stellify. NME. 28 July 2009. 

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