Made-Up Albums Thread


Post your made-up albums, EPs, etc. for your favourite artists, and your creative fictional era plans here.


A Nicole Scherzinger #1 album


I made some Nicole albums on another board; I will post them tomorrow!


:joy::rofl::joy::rofl: DEAD



Lindsay Lohan - Triumphant

Back Cover

After months of teasing fans on social media, Lindsay Lohan releases “Triumphant” on November of 2018. While originally mocked on social media after Lohan’s initial announcement of the album, “Triumphant” is unexpectedly considered one of 2018’s best albums. Fans and critics alike praise the album’s tracks noting that the singer’s gritty vocals paired with her new, deeper lyrics flow in a way that Lohan’s previous efforts failed to do. Lohan shares writing credits on 13 of the 15 tracks, which includes a spoken intro and outro which were taken from poems written during Lohan’s more trying years.

A standard and deluxe edition is released, with the deluxe featuring three unreleased tracks and two remixes. Features on the album include Swedish singer-songwriter Tove Lo, best-selling artist Eminem, Atlanta-born rapper Future, and remixes by The Chainsmokers and SeeB.


  1. Headlines (feat. Tove Lo)
  2. Just. Like. That
  3. Shady (feat. Eminem)
  4. Phoenix (Rise Up)
  5. Miss Me? (The Chainsmokers Remix)


Madonna & Mirwais: Magic EP

Due to the difficulties of working with different producers and writers (such as writer camps and stuff), Madonna decides to collaborate with various producers at once and releases a series of EPs, produced solely by said producer and herself. Also, as a nod to her 60th birthday, she re-records one of her old songs per EP, giving it a new coat of paint to either fan-favorites or smash hits - think of it as the studio versions of the tour renditions she’s done of her songs.
Each EP will have a single, and a 15-minute long BTS video where M shows the process of making a record, old-school style.
First one in this list is Magic, made with Mirwais, famed producer of Music, American Life, and Future Lovers off Confessions on a Dancefloor.
This first EP is very guitar-driven. It feels as a continuation of Music more than American Life. It’s warm and fuzzy, taking almost a funk/disco approach to folk music. Think of The English Riviera by Metronomy meets Madonna’s Music album. First 3 tracks are very electronic and sometimes feel a tad overproduced, and the last 4 keep losing layers, and you end up with basically Madonna and a guitar.


  1. Magic
  2. Twang Twang ft. Missy Elliott
  3. Lost in the ether
  4. Nothing Really Matters
  5. Naive Song ft. Mirwais | Madonna already recorded this song once. She should do it officially now.
  6. Heaven | track off the Rebel Heart sessions, reworked for this
  7. Perfect Skin

The single would be Magic, as a kind of bait. The funkiest, most dance-y track. It would come with an acoustic demo version of it as a B-side.

… so that’d be my way of handling Madonna’s producer tantrum.


K. Michelle


1. Make This Song Cry

2. Crazy Like You

3. Rounds

4. Birthday (feat. Schoolboy Q)

5. Giving Up On Love

6. Heaven

7. Run Don’t Walk

8. Talk To God

9. Brain On Love

10. Woman of My Word


The Pussycat Dolls - Killer Love
Release: June 7, 2011

Club Banger Nation
Say Yes
Right There
Killer Love
Show Me
Don’t Hold Your Breath
Circle the Drain
Why Didn’t You Call

The Beautiful People (Deluxe)
Everybody’s Girl (Deluxe)
Try With Me (Deluxe)

Following their Doll Domination World Tour in summer 2009, the group took some time to work on personal issues within the group that arose during their time on tour and caused major tension between the group towards Scherzinger and the emphasis on her. After a year hiatus, the ladies began work on their 3rd studio album, Killer Love, which would feature vocals from members Jessica Sutta, Ashley Roberts, and Kimberly Wyatt, as well as Melody Thornton, who previously attributed to adlibs mainly and backing vocals.

The first track released would be apart of the film, Burlesque, starring Christina Aguilera and Cher, in Nov. 2010; The Beautiful People was released as a soundtrack single, though was sadly left off the soundtrack in favor o Aguilera’s recording of the track. A music video was released to promote the track and movie, mainly featuring the ladies performing in the club that the film takes place in while also showing clips from the film.

The group wouldn’t release an official single until January 2011, following a performance of said single, Poison, and new track Club Banger Nation, as well as their hit single, Buttons, on Dick Clark’s New Years Rockin’ Eve 2011. The single was met with praise among critics, one stating that “The Pussycat Dolls know where they are strong and they just kicked it up a notch, fans are sure to love this return from the group after last year’s release of The Beautiful People, that sadly didn’t make much of an impact for the group as whole.” The single would become a Top 20 hit, peaking at #15 on the Hot 100

The group released their second single, Wet, on May 3, along with the album pre-order; the single was again met with praise and gave the group a Top 10 hit, peaking at #9.

The album is released June 7th, and met with great praise from fans and critics alike, due to the addition of all the members’ vocals, not solely Scherzinger’s like their previous two albums.The album debuted at #2 on the Billboard 200, the group would later go on tour in support of the album.

Notable Promotion/Performances:
Dick Clark’s New Years Rockin’ Eve 2011
MTV Movie Awards 2011
Good Morning America - Summer Concert Series (June 10)
Teen Choice Awards 2011
American Music Awards 2011

*Much of the tracks are from Nicole’s debut, Killer Love, as well as tracks from Jessica Sutta, Jennifer Lopez, Rihanna, Katy Perry, Jojo, and Christina Aguilera

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