The album made its chart debut at #2 and remained in the Top 20 of the UK Albums Chart for six months. It was shortlisted for the 1993 Mercury Prize and ended 1993 as the 4th bestselling album of the year in the UK, with its success continuing into 1994 where it remained in the Top 20 for another three months, eventually rising to a peak of #2 for a second time. It eventually sold 1.5 million copies and was the highest selling debut album by a female singer in UK chart history, a record it held until 2001 when it was overtaken by Dido's No Angel.
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