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Sir Cliff Richard is a British singer and actor who made his professional debut in August 1958. His discography consists of 45 studio albums (43 English, 2 German), seven soundtrack albums, 11 live albums, three stage show cast albums, 15 mainstream compilation albums, seven box sets, eight gospel compilation albums, 46 EPs and 146 singles (in the UK, including singles only available via digital download). It also includes numerous budget/mid-price compilation albums, repackaged albums and one remix album. These figures are based on Richard’s releases in his native UK plus a small number of new music releases for specific markets such as France, West Germany, Japan, and the United States. There have been many additional compilation albums and singles released outside the UK that are too numerous to include; however, some of the more successful or notable singles released outside the UK have been included in the Singles section.
It is claimed Cliff Richard’s worldwide sales are 260 million, which makes him the second highest selling British male solo artist worldwide of all time, after Sir Elton John. Richard, together with his backing band The Shadows, were particularly dominant in the UK from 1958 to 1963 during the pre-Beatles era. Richard’s sales of singles within the UK itself make him the highest selling British male solo artist of singles of all time. In the rock and roll era in which Richard’s career began, singles were the dominant sales medium, generally far ahead of album sales.