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Mandy Moore Celebrates 10 Years of “Wild Hope” With Re-Release

Singer-songwriter and actress, Mandy Moore, has re-released her critically-acclaimed fifth studio album, Wild Hope, on all digital platforms. The arrival of Wild Hope on all streaming services completes Moore’s catalogue as it was the only collection previously not available on any DSPs and had been out of print since 2009. Purchase via iTunes and stream via Spotify and Apple Music.

Billboard Magazine says: “Even though Mandy Moore’s first musical exploits were as a teen during the 2000 bubble-gum boom, she appeared to possess greater gifts that lent promise to adult artistic potential. Consider upcoming albumWild Hope the 22-year-old’s musical coming out — and first single ‘Extraordinary’ every guest’s take-home party favor. Moore’s once-girlish vocals now project a richer, more purposeful texture, well-suited to the autobiographical theme: ‘I was a starling, nobody’s darling/Now I‘m ready to be extraordinary.’”

Originally released on June 19th, 2007, Wild Hope embodied Moore’s growth as an artist as she diverged away from the commercial dance-pop brand she had previously launched her career with, to a more mature sound. Wild Hope was the first body of work that Moore co-wrote entirely with the help of Rachael Yamagata, Chantal Kreviazuk, Michelle Branch, Lori McKenna and The Weepies. Additionally, she collaborated with producer John Alagia (Dave Matthews Band, Liz Phair) on the collection. The album includes popular singles, “Extraordinary” and “Nothing That You Are” – complete track listing can be found below.

Wild Hope Track Listing

  1. Extraordinary

  2. All Good Things

  3. Slummin’ In Paradise (ft. Jason Mraz)

  4. Most Of Me

  5. Few Days Down

  6. Can’t You Just Adore Her

  7. Looking Forward To Looking Back

  8. Wild Hope

  9. Nothing That You Are

  10. Latest Mistake

  11. Ladies’ Choice

  12. Gardenia

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