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Bring It On is the debut album by British singersongwriter Alistair Griffin. Released in January 2004 on the UMTV label, it reached 12 in the UK album charts. The album consists mainly of original songs written or co-written by Griffin, together with the three most popular covers he had sung live on Fame Academy 2. Also included is the duet of My Lover's Prayer, featuring Robin Gibb. A Heart Can't Lie was co-written with Louise Griffiths, a fellow Fame Academy contestant. Bring It On is the debut single from British singersongwriter Alistair Griffin, and is also the title track and first release from his debut album, Bring It On. It was released in December 2003 as a double A-side with My Lover's Prayer, a duet with Robin Gibb of the Bee Gees and reached number five on the UK Singles Chart. Bring It On had been written several years before when Griffin had been an unsigned artist working in Germany. It had already been showcased live on the BBC Fame Academy. Alistair Richard Griffin born 1 November 1977 is an English singer-songwriter and musician. Already an established songwriter, he first became famous as a solo artist through his appearances on the BBC television show Fame Academy 2 in 2003, where he was mentored by Robin Gibb of the Bee Gees. He subsequently had two top twenty hit singles and a top twenty album in the UK. Alistair Griffin. Chart Stats. Its not possible to enter the url of a release group. This is the original music video first released in 2003 to accompany Alistair's top 5 single Bring it on. Check out my Alistair Griffin all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Bring It On 2003. Album by Alistair Griffin. My Lover's Prayer by Alistair Griffin feat. Robin Gibb. is a cover of. Alistair Griffin is a British singer songwriter from Yorkshire with a distinctive pure toned voice. He plays acoustic guitar and also sings lead vocals with his own band, Blue Nun. His music encompasses a wide variety of different styles, from light jangly pop to simple acoustic love songs from anthemic ballads to full on rock. In 2003, after several years singing with various bands, he went on Fame Academy to try and get a solo record deal. He came second, got a recording contract and had two top 20 hits. His debut album charted but got no promotion and he was mostly ignored by read more. Spiky tyke Alistair Griffin may have been outshined by a certain Cornish pixie or pisky, if you're local with a mooey voice on Fame Academy, going by the name of Alex Parks. But that hasn't stopped the spunky Whitby wonder from fighting back with a collection of mainly self-penned pleasant pop songs. Surprisingly, there's only a mere smattering of covers. Bring It On, the Griffmeisters signature tune on the show, is still the standout track here with its singalong happy clappy chorus. A Lover's Prayer, with hee bee Bee Gee Robin Gibb, is heartfelt enough, but Al's version of Jealous Guy is so wet it could be wrung out and used to fill Rik Waller's bath. Alistair Griffin is the whey-faced Oasis fan who lost out to the momentary charisma and big lungs of Fame Academy rival Alex Parks. For Griffin - blessed with a bland voice and a tiny stage presence, forever gripping an acoustic guitar and feverishly writing songs - it was all about being a musician, not a star. He was the least likely of the reality TV lab rats to leave a lasting impression. On Painkiller, Griffin's soft falsetto floats above a catchy chorus and sweet pop melody. Feeling Alive is an old-fashioned ode to instant attraction, and Something About Her is drenched in Californian sunshine and high harmonies