So Real

Release date
7 Dec 1999
Running length
13 tracks
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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 So Real 3:48 19,333
2 Candy 7:32 75,036
3 What You Want 3:42 10,308
4 Walk Me Home 4:21 28,256
5 Lock Me In Your Heart 3:31 12,949
6 Telephone (Interlude) 0:15 700
7 Quit Breaking My Heart 3:51 10,827
8 Let Me Be The One 3:47 9,867
9 Not Too Young 3:50 12,664
10 Love Shot 4:22 9,356
11 I Like It 4:26 11,383
12 Love You For Always 3:20 10,662
13 Quit Breaking My Heart (Reprise) (Reprise) 0:59 2,624

About this album

So Real is the debut album of pop singer Mandy Moore through 550 Music. It was released in 1999 when Moore was fifteen years old. The album was certified platinum in the United States. On MTV’s TRL, Moore said that she would repay the buyers of this album if she had the money because she felt it sounded “so bad.” The album has sold more than 2 million copies worldwide according to the “A Walk to Remember” DVD. In the USA, it sold 950,000 copies.

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  • yagdenrut

    Is miss this era, such possitive, cool, fun, fine music was made back then.......

    1 Jul 10:34am Reply
  • yagdenrut

    Oh man, still loving this album. Just the perfect teen top album if ever made better, not many are. Only the debuts of Britney and Jessica Simpson Britney's Oops! can hold up to this one. Maybe not that serious pop music, but who cares, this is perfect teen bubblgum pop, just enjoy it or leave it, that is what should be done. Quality song and a classic.......

    12 Feb 2:20pm Reply
  • Shorty5

    I prefer this album over I Wanna Be With You cos purely of Not Too Young, which is probably my fave Mandy song ever.

    12 May 2013 Reply
  • ComeHereSparrow

    This was also the first album I owned. I remember seeing her on Nickelodeon, singing Candy on All That. (I still have that recording - it starts a few minutes into the song because I had to run to get my cassette recorder). I asked my dad if we could go to the store and get her album on tape - TAPE! Haha. Not even a cd. I just transferred that same old So Real tape to my iPod so I can hear my "original", fluttery, wow-y version as opposed to a new, clean cd/digital version (did the same with I Wanna Be With You). This album is terrible, but it's nostalgic.

    4 Feb 2013 Reply
  • Zar-Unity

    I love this was the very first album I ever bought in 1999 and then I had no idea who Mandy was lol I just bought it cause I was bored and she looked really pretty on the cd cover.It's a fairly guilty pleasure going strong to this day.

    30 Apr 2012 Reply
  • Zar-Unity

    Impressive talent for just age 15, utilized for a shallow teen market approach but still great, grooving music production that only Mandy could do right, with her unique strong vocal talent provided. This debut album has this, romantic night time good grooving vibe to it that's just magical to get into. Flawless teen pop with silly shallow lyrics.

    4 Apr 2012 Reply
  • BrunoFruhling

    this album is perfect, all albuns of mandy are perfect but are differents

    28 Nov 2011 Reply
  • AugustRose86

    This was one of my favorite albums when I was like 13..

    3 Jun 2010 Reply
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  • roxiehart

    love it <3

    1 Sep 2008 Reply

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