The Corrs Songs Ranked

The Corrs are an Irish band that combines pop rock with traditional Irish themes within their music. The group consists of the Corr siblings, Andrea (lead vocals, tin whistle, ukulele), Sharon (violin, keyboards, vocals), Caroline (drums, percussion, piano, bodhrán, vocals), and Jim (guitar, piano, keyboards, vocals). They are from Dundalk, County Louth, Ireland. The Corrs have been actively involved in philanthropic activities. They have performed in numerous charity concerts, such as The Prince’s Trust event in 2004 and Live 8 alongside Bono of U2 in 2005. The same year, they were awarded honorary MBEs for their contributions to music and charity. The band was inactive for almost 10 years because Jim and Caroline were raising families, while Andrea and Sharon were pursuing solo careers while raising families of their own. According to Sharon, it was uncertain if and when The Corrs would reunite. Rumors of a reunion sparked in early 2015 and in a radio interview with Chris Evans in June 2015, Andrea confirmed that The Corrs were working on a new album and would play the BBC Radio 2 Live in Hyde Park festival. Their sixth studio album, White Light, was released on 27 November 2015 and was accompanied by a European tour. After two years, their seventh studio album, Jupiter Calling, was released on 10 November 2017. Here are all of The Corrs songs ranked.

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20. Would You Be Happier? (VH1 Presents: The Corrs, Live in Dublin, 2002)

“The Corrs make Pop music with folk influences. Like the Kelly family in the middle and end of the ’90s. This song is a typical happy pop song. It’s taken from their Best of-album. The alternative mix is also quite nice.”

19. Joy of Life (Joy of Life, 2000)

“First became acquainted with The Corrs thanks to PBS (Concert in Geneva). Have been hooked ever since. Especially love their instrumental renditions of Celtic classic tunes. Always a great listen.”

18. The Right Time (Forgiven, Not Forgotten, 1995)

“The Corrs are pure pop and this song fits them well. It is from an album that has a few good songs, but this one is my favorite. Andrea is great with the vocals and Sharon is great on the violin.”

17. Erin Shore (Forgiven, Not Forgotten, 1995)

“This is a good song for dancing a fast waltz, with a very highly energetic drum interlude in the middle that is good for redowa.”

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16. Irresistible (In Blue, 2000)

“When I first bought THE CORRS “IN BLUE ALBUM” it caught me from the first play. The songs have very catchy choruses and the voice and harmony of THE CORRS is a fresh alternative to the mixed and overly synthesized voices of most of todays artist.”

15. Don’t Say You Love Me (Talk on Corners, 1997)

“”Don’t Say You Love Me” is the harbinger of uncreatively. You don’t actually notice it during the song, even though a shallow love song is a change of pace, but in hindsight it introduces the long stretch of the album that screams writer’s block. Lyrically underwritten (especially the middle section) and musically mostly worse rehashes of the earlier songs.”

14. Heaven Knows (Forgiven, Not Forgotten, 1995)

“This song is more than just brilliant. I still don’t know why they didn’t make it a single. It would be a hit. The song is deep, beautiful and very inspirational”

13. Angel (Borrowed Heaven, 2004)

“Lovely song, reminds me of a close friend who died 2 years ago – the lyrics really describe her. Does anyone know if this song is actually based on a real person?”

12. All the Love in the World (In Blue, 2000)

“Like most of their stuff this is not to put it mildly a song for you if you’re big on originality or want to be challenged. This is about as adult radio-pop as it gets, but the odd song like this I don’t mind in small doses and I actually think this song tackles the potentially difficult theme of ‘my life is good but I’m missing love’ quite gracefully, especially with moments like the one described above.”

11. So Young (Talk on Corners, 1997)

“Has a light-hearted, catchy, fun rhythm that I just love. A celebration of being young! A really, really nice song. It’s difficult to get tired of listening to it…”

10. I Never Loved You Anyway (Talk on Corners, 1997)

“I just find the song so addictive. When I listen to it, I can’t help myself from playing it again, and again. I find that Talk on Corners has so many great songs, with this just about my favorite.”

9. Make You Mine (Best of The Corrs, 2001)

“I think this song is highly underrated. Powerful lyrics and awesome rhythm. Touches the heart. This song was almost left out of their album. This song is really lovely.”

8. Radio (The Corrs Unplugged, 1999)

“This is my favorite Corrs song hands down. The In Blue version is my favorite which is the minority opinion I know but it is beautiful and haunting…”

7. Dreams (Talk on Corners, 1997)

“This song is so evocative of my youth. Just listening to it takes me back to 1998 (aged 6!). This is a really good song and I only learned recently that this is a cover. Andrea’s voice on this is chilling and magnificent. Very nicely done.”

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6. Only When I Sleep (Talk on Corners, 1997)

“Easily the peak of this band’s career (which, to be fair, includes several other great songs). This song proves that when they get past the bubblegum, they’ve got some greatness.”

5. Toss the Feathers (Forgiven, Not Forgotten, 1995)

“Just recently became acquainted with The Corrs. Love the Celtic vibe of the music. This one is fast, fun and great to add to any upbeat playlist or a dance mix.”

4. Summer Sunshine (Borrowed Heaven, 2004)

“I adore The Corrs, and this is no exception. Great song, great sound, absolutely no problems. Worth what little money you pay to have this on the playlist. It is just a happy sound to listen to and will perk up any mood, or day.”

3. What Can I Do? (Talk on Corners, 1997)

“The song that got me into The Corrs. Though the original version is 10 times better than the remix which became the hit.”

2. Runaway (Forgiven, Not Forgotten, 1995)

“I love this song, this song is so beautiful. I don’t know why, but it makes me feel safe to listen to this song. Brilliant melody and emotion. Comfortably their greatest song in my opinion”

1. Breathless (In Blue, 2000)

“‘Breathless’ is their most famous hit and I fully agree. This song is very beautiful. I still listen to it and always will. Breathless is so melodic and addicting. Breathless is by far my #1.”