In December 2001, Raining Pleasure’s major label debut Flood was released to critical acclaim. The album performed exceptionally well on the charts, spending 15 weeks on the international chart where it peaked at No. 1 before chart regulations necessitated the album’s move to the local repertoire chart where it peaked at No. 5 (an unprecedented feat for a Greek act performing in English). The album spent well over a year on the Top 40 Artist Album Charts and has been certified Gold. It spawned three airplay hits in Greece, the biggest of which, “Fake,” has become a pop and rock radio staple, and has been used in several commercial spots as well as in the soundtrack of the film “The Best of Times” directed by the Taiwanese director Tso-chi Chang. “Fake” was followed by the hits “Capricorn” and “Only Through You”.
Double White Vinyl In Gatefold