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Gyan is the debut album by Australian singer-songwriter Gyan that was released by Warner music in 1989. The album is currently out of print; but is available to purchase via Gyan's website. The album was produced by Charles Fisher.

Three singles were released from the album; the smash hit "Wait" about a lonely girl waiting for her first true love; "It's Alright" about emancipation from one's parents and the final single "Black Wedding Ring" which closes the album. The first two singles contained rare non-album tracks as b-sides ("Love in Question" and "Don't Touch"). Wait was co-written with Geoffrey Stapleton of GANGgajang and Garry Frost of Moving Pictures and 1927.

The album received positive reviews from many critics who hailed Gyan as a new and unique talent to emerge from Australia; this was further cemented by Gyan's ARIA Award for Best New Talent in 1990. The album peaked at #27 on the ARIA Albums Chart,<ref name=aria>{{#invoke:citation/CS1|citation |CitationClass=web }}</ref> spent 29 non-consecutive weeks in the top 100<ref name=ryan>{{#invoke:citation/CS1|citation |CitationClass=book }},</ref> and was certified gold.<ref name=ryan/>

A couple of songs from the album were used in the 1990 Australian movie Weekend with Kate, starring Colin Friels and Catherine McClements.


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Gyan is the debut album by Australian singer-songwriter Gyan that was released by Warner music in 1989. The album is currently out of print; but is available to purchase via Gyan's website. The album was produced by Charles Fisher.

Three singles were released from the album; the smash hit "Wait" about a lonely girl waiting for her first true love; "It's Alright" about emancipation from one's parents and the final single "Black Wedding Ring" which closes the album. The first two singles contained rare non-album tracks as b-sides ("Love in Question" and "Don't Touch"). Wait was co-written with Geoffrey Stapleton of GANGgajang and Garry Frost of Moving Pictures and 1927.

The album received positive reviews from many critics who hailed Gyan as a new and unique talent to emerge from Australia; this was further cemented by Gyan's ARIA Award for Best New Talent in 1990. The album peaked at #27 on the ARIA Albums Chart,<ref name=aria>{{#invoke:citation/CS1|citation |CitationClass=web }}</ref> spent 29 non-consecutive weeks in the top 100<ref name=ryan>{{#invoke:citation/CS1|citation |CitationClass=book }},</ref> and was certified gold.<ref name=ryan/>

A couple of songs from the album were used in the 1990 Australian movie Weekend with Kate, starring Colin Friels and Catherine McClements.


Gyan (album) sections
Intro   Track listing   Charts  References   External links   

PREVIOUS: IntroNEXT: Track listing
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