I Found Love
Ultra Violet are two titles given to the seventh studio album released by British girl group, Bananarama, in 1995. Originally released in Japan only, with the title I Found Love, the album was renamed and repackaged as Ultra Violet in other countries, including the U.S., Australia, Canada, and continental Europe, where it was marketed either at the same time or in the following years. Neither Ultra Violet nor I Found Love were ever released in the UK, where the band had not had any hits since their 1993 cover of "More, More, More". The album was released on various labels, including ZYX Records and DigIt International, depending upon the different countries because Bananarama had no major record deal after leaving London Records, which had produced all of their works before 1993. Musically, the 1995 album continued Bananarama's europop sound, and it was a success commercially. Its biggest success came only from the album's first single, "Every Shade of Blue", which sold well enough in Canada to chart in the Top 40. It also peaked at Number 94 in Australia. Two more singles were taken from the two editions: the title track, "I Found Love", and "Take Me to Your Heart", which was heavily remixed for the single version, which turned it from a rhythm guitar-based, almost acoustic tune into a europop number, much alike the other album tracks.
The numerical value of i found love in Chaldean Numerology is: 7
The numerical value of i found love in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
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