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Album Safety in Numbers.
Safety in Numbers is the debut solo album by Margaret Urlich, released in 1989. Urlich won an ARIA Award in 1991 for Best Breakthrough Artist - Album for Safety in Numbers. The album achieved platinum status in New Zealand and triple platinum status in Australia. Safety in Numbers has sold over 265,000 copies.
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The song charted at number one for three weeks in the New Zealand singles chart, later reaching number 17 in Australia. The song is the opening track on Urlich's debut album Safety in Numbers, and also features on her 1994 live album Live. Single by Margaret Urlich. from the album Safety in Numbers. God Bless This Child" - 3:55.
Margaret Urlich has said that when young, she chose to have short hair so she would be taken seriously. It is such a male dominated industry that I didn’t want to be a bimbo. I’m a serious musician first, that’s my job, whether I’m a male or female is of no consequence. It went to N., staying there for three weeks, with an impressive 19-week stay on the NZ Singles Sales Chart. The album was released on the first of December and reached N. on the NZ Album Sales Chart.
album Weekly Top. album Pop Hotlist. 09 Everything's Alright (Reprise)/I Don't Know How To Love Him - Jesus Christ Superstar, New Zealand.
Margaret Urlich (born in Auckland, New Zealand) is an ARIA n based in New South Wales. Urlich came to Sydney, Australia, in 1988 to pursue her singing career. Her debut solo album, Safety in Numbers, released in 1989, was highly successful and won "Breakthrough Artist - Album" at the 1991 ARIA Awards,. Its follow-up Chameleon Dreams was also a success when released in 1992. Margaret Urlich began her career as the vocalist for the new wave group Peking Man with her brother Pat, Tim Calder, Perry Marshall, Jan Foulkes, Neville Hall, John Fearon and Jay F-bula. Peking Man won the 1984 Shazam! Battle of The Bands, (a TVNZ pop show) nz on screen, had a number of hit songs in New Zealand, "Good Luck to You", which reached No. 6, "Lift Your Head Up High", reaching No. 21 and the number one, "Room That Echoes", in 1985.