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Four (stylized as all caps) is the fourth studio album by English-Irish boy band One Direction, released on 17 November 2014 by Columbia Records and Syco Music. The album was preceded by two singles, "Steal My Girl" and "Night Changes", both achieving platinum status in the US, and scoring the band their tenth and eleventh UK top-ten hits. The album was also One Direction's last with member Zayn Malik, who announced he was leaving the band on 25 March 2015.

The album received generally positive reviews from music critics. It debuted at number one in 18 countries, including the United Kingdom, Australia and the United States. With Four, One Direction became the first band to have their first four albums debut at number one in the United States. According to the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI), Four was the sixth best-selling album of 2014, with 3.2 million copies sold worldwide.[3]

Background and development

On 27 April 2014, it was confirmed that One Direction were working on their fourth studio album. Louis Tomlinson and Liam Payne worked on the majority of the album with songwriters Julian Bunetta, John Ryan, and Jamie Scott; Harry Styles and Zayn Malik also co-wrote tracks with Bunetta, Ryan, Scott and producer Johan Carlsson.

The name and cover of the album were announced on 8 September on One Direction's official website, along with a free download of a song called "Fireproof", which was available for 24 hours.[4] "Fireproof" was written by Payne and Tomlinson along with John Ryan, Jamie Scott and Julian Bunetta, who also wrote their single "Story of My Life".[5] In the 24-hour span, 1.1 million downloads were generated.[6] The song was uploaded onto the band's Vevo account on 22 September.[7]

In an interview with Simon Cowell, it was revealed that one of the songs for the album will be titled "18". The song was written by Ed Sheeran, who also wrote "Little Things" and "Moments" for the group.[8][9] Horan came up with the name of the album, commemorating the fact that it is the band's fourth album and that it has been four years since their formation.[10]

The album was leaked two weeks prior to its release.[11]

Tour

One Direction performing at Soldier Field in Chicago, 2015

The On the Road Again Tour was announced on the Australian breakfast television program Today, where the band gave a pre-recorded interview releasing the details of their return to Australia. It was later announced that the band would also be touring Asia and Africa. The group will be making debuts for some countries, particularly in the United Arab Emirates. On 24 October 2014, the official One Direction site announced several more tour dates, with shows across Europe, the US, and Canada.[12]

The tour began on 7 February 2015 in Sydney, Australia and ended on 31 October 2015 in Sheffield, England. On 19 March 2015, it was announced that group member Zayn Malik would take a break from the tour due to stress. Malik announced his official departure from the group just six days later. The tour grossed $208 million from 80 shows, selling over 2.3 million tickets.

Singles

"Steal My Girl" was released as the album's first single on 29 September 2014 worldwide and on 19 October 2014 in the UK.[13] "Night Changes" was then released as the album's second single on 14 November 2014.[14]

Promotional singles

There were five promotional singles released on five different days; when fans pre-ordered the album, they received an instant download of the songs.[15] "Ready to Run" was released as the first promotional single on 6 November.[16] "Where Do Broken Hearts Go" was released as the second promotional single on 10 November.[17] "18" was released as the third promotional single on 11 November.[18] "Girl Almighty" was released as the fourth promotional single on 12 November.[19] "Fool's Gold" was released as the fifth promotional single on 13 November.[20]

Critical reception

Professional ratings
Aggregate scores
SourceRating
Metacritic65/100[21]
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic[1]
The A.V. ClubB−[22]
Billboard[23]
The Guardian[2]
New York Daily News[24]
Irish Independent[25]
The Observer[26]
Slant Magazine[27]
The Daily Telegraph[28]
Rolling Stone[29]

Four received generally positive reviews from music critics. Some argued that the members' songwriting showed signs of maturity, while others claimed the musical content was too similar to the band's previous work. On Metacritic, which assigns a rating out of 100, the album received a score of 65, which indicates generally favorable reviews.

Neil McCormick of The Daily Telegraph found "an unlikely comparison to Bruce Springsteen in the quintet's latest offering", and that Four was "hard to dislike: it's cheery, uplifting, high spirited and good fun", but did still say it was "songwriting by numbers". AllMusic's review said it was the group's "fourth well-crafted, packed-with-great-pop-songs album in a row", although did cynically point out the pattern of each of said albums being released just in time for "optimal holiday-season gift-giving". Tshepo Mokoena of The Guardian gave the album a more mixed review of three-stars, again drawing comparisons with Springsteen but with the caveat of being "hardly groundbreaking pop", and Jim Faber of the New York Daily News also gave three stars and praised the group for "confronting their limitations" but at the same time questioned why whilst doing so they spent "so much time looking back with longing", pointed out an apparent "anxiety" and expressed disappointment that whilst Four represents a step forward in their history, it "represents a step back in both sound and sensibility". Andy Gill, writing for The Independent, commented that the album is "a long way from the standard X Factor fare" while praising the songwriting of Tomlinson and Payne.[30]

Kitty Empire, writing for The Guardian, stated that the album "ups the chords a smidgen further" and that the group's "new direction owes a substantial debt to the big guitar pop of the 80s" while also adding that the group's music is "no longer kids' stuff".[31] Jon Dolan of Rolling Stone wrote that "One Direction extend their winning streak, with echoes of the 1970s and 1980s" while also commenting that "the vocal duties are divvied up in ways that highlight the singers’ similarities" and that they "have mastered the ancient boy-band art of whispering directly into listeners’ ears".[32] Jamieson Cox of Time wrote that "the album as a whole takes another step towards the stadium-sized rock first suggested by Midnight Memories and "their take on the sound is immaculate: arrangements are grand and spacious, with guitar lines glistening and rhythms cavernous and blooming, and the band’s increasingly distinct vocals — allowed to sparkle via the use of harmony more than ever — at the forefront" while commenting that the album sounds similar to "80s arena anthems in the vein of Journey, Bryan Adams, and Bruce Springsteen.[33] Andrew Unterberger of Spin praised the album's 80's sound while commenting that the songs are "intoxicating, adrenalizing, and undeniably visceral blasts of old-school pop/rock, furthered by the group’s commitment to patently ridiculous lyrics" while ending the review with "the question of whether they can find a permanent safe haven is less certain — if they pretend to be Bon Jovi for long enough, will we forget that they started out as New Kids on the Block? Probably not, but hell, no boy band has ever made it this far and still managed to sell this much and sound this good".[34]

James Reed of the Boston Globe commented that the album "is the first one that doesn’t immediately summon memories of The X Factor and that although "its mix of driving power pop, muscular harmonies, and acoustic alchemy is as manicured as the group’s previous bestsellers", is also "hints at a broader future for the lads".[35] Mikael Wood of the Los Angeles Times said that the album "is their best work yet" while comparing the sound to Fleetwood Mac, The Beach Boys, and David Bowie.[36] Writing with Vice, Laura Reineke wrote that "Four is "a focused, genuinely fun pop-rock album, and a sign of truly promising growth that isn't likely to taper off soon" while adding that "it’s smarter lyrically, warmer emotionally, and considerably more cohesive than any of their three previous studio outings".[37]

Less positive reviews came from Chuck Arnold of Billboard magazine and James Rainis of Slant Magazine, both awarding just two-and-a-half stars. The former claimed "One Direction aren't ready to let go of their bubble-gum days", whilst Rainis ended his take by saying "the album's irresistibly obvious choruses, hackneyed sentiments, and puppy-eyed earnestness can come off as endearing when the songwriting is clever enough, but every misstep is, despite the band's efforts to assert more control over their music, a painful reminder of One Direction's status as a manufactured, focus-grouped pop entity." Annie Zaleski, writing for The A.V. Club, wrote that the album lacks "creative urgency" and "is dominated by pastel synth washes and inoffensive whiffs of EDM, as well as midtempo syrupy croons and sonic retreads" while ending her review with "that retreat from distinct personality—something the members possess in spades—is perhaps the most disappointing thing about Four."[38] Ed Power of The Irish Independent commented that the album "falls short of the radical decoupling from the past such ambitions demand" and that "it's a little rugged around the edges yet at the centre is blandly, tiresomely soppy".[39]

The album was placed at number eleven on Cosmopolitan's list of "The 20 Best Albums of 2014".[40] Jessica Goodman and Ryan Kistobak of The Huffington Post included the album on their list of 2014's best releases, claiming that "2014 will forever be known as the year that we realized One Direction was actually, dare we say, good." Goodman further complimented the album as a "complex, feel-good trip down young love lane".[41] Billboard named Four the best boy band album of the last thirty years, calling it "the absolute standard-bearer for the last decade of pop".[42]

Commercial performance

Released on 12 November 2014, the album quickly rose to the top of the UK Albums Chart, with 142,000 copies sold during its first week. The album scored One Direction their third consecutive number one album.[43] Based on UK sales, it was certified Gold by the BPI in its first week, and certified Platinum in its fourth week.

The deluxe edition of Four became the top charted album on iTunes in some 67 countries.[44][45] In the US, the album debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart on the week ending 23 November 2014, with sales of 387,000. One Direction thus became the first musical group to have each of their first four studio albums debut at No. 1; the Monkees and the Kingston Trio also reached No. 1 with their first four albums but not in the first week of sales. One Direction follows three solo artists who have attained No. 1 status with their first four albums: Britney Spears and DMX in 2003, and Beyoncé in 2011. (In 2013, Beyoncé's fifth album also debuted at No. 1.)[46] Four sold 814,000 copies in the US in 2014, the ninth best-selling album of the year.[47] The album reached its millionth sales mark in the U.S. in August 2015,[48] and has sold 1,016,000 as of October 2015.[49]

Accolades

Decade-end lists

PublicationListRankRef.
BillboardBillboard's 200 Greatest Albums of the 2010s200[50]

Track listing

Four – standard edition[51]
No.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length
1."Steal My Girl"
  • Julian Bunetta
  • Pär Westerlund
  • John Ryan
3:48
2."Ready to Run"
  • Bunetta
  • Ryan
3:16
3."Where Do Broken Hearts Go"
  • Bunetta
  • Pär Westerlund
  • Teddy Geiger
3:49
4."18"
4:08
5."Girl Almighty"
  • Bunetta
  • Ryan
  • S. Pages Mehner
  • Bunetta
  • Ryan
  • Alexander Oriet[a]
3:21
6."Fool's Gold"
  • Rad
  • Jamie Scott
  • Sam Miller[a]
3:31
7."Night Changes"
  • Scott
  • Bunetta
  • Ryan
  • Horan
  • Malik
  • Styles
  • Payne
  • Tomlinson
  • Bunetta
  • Ryan
3:46
8."No Control"
  • Tomlinson
  • Cunningham
  • Scott
  • Payne
  • Bunetta
  • Ryan
  • Bunetta
  • Ian Franzino
  • Ryan
  • Afterhrs
3:19
9."Fireproof"
  • Payne
  • Tomlinson
  • Ryan
  • Scott
  • Bunetta
  • Bunetta
  • Ryan
  • Ben "Bengineer" Chang[b]
2:54
10."Spaces"
  • Tomlinson
  • Payne
  • Scott
  • Bunetta
  • Ryan
  • Bunetta
  • Afterhrs
  • Ryan
4:16
11."Stockholm Syndrome"
  • Styles
  • Bunetta
  • Ryan
  • Johan Carlsson
  • Bunetta
  • Ryan
3:34
12."Clouds"
  • Tomlinson
  • Payne
  • Malik
  • Scott
  • Bunetta
  • Ryan
  • Bunetta
  • Ryan
3:51
Total length:43:33
Four– The Ultimate Edition[54]
No.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length
13."Change Your Ticket"
  • Bunetta
  • Afterhrs
4:26
14."Illusion"
  • Payne
  • Scott
  • Bunetta
  • Ryan
  • Bunetta
  • Ryan
3:14
15."Once in a Lifetime"
  • Scott
  • Bunetta
  • Ryan
  • Bunetta
  • Ryan
2:38
16."Act My Age"
  • Bunetta
  • Drewett
  • Ryan
  • Bunetta
  • Ryan
3:18
Four– Japanese edition[56]
No.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length
13."Steal My Girl" (Big Payno & Afterhrs Pool Party Remix)
  • Tomlinson
  • Payne
  • Hector
  • Bunetta
  • Drewett
  • Ryan
  • Bunetta
  • Westerlund
  • Ryan
  • Payne[a]
  • Aftrhrs[a]
5:20
14."Steal My Girl" (Acoustic Version)
  • Tomlinson
  • Payne
  • Hector
  • Julian Bunetta
  • Drewett
  • Ryan
  • Bunetta
  • Westerlund
  • Ryan
3:47
15."Story of My Life" (Live from San Siro)
  • Scott
  • Ryan
  • Horan
  • Malik
  • Payne
  • Styles
  • Tomlinson
  • Bunetta
  • Ryan
4:09
Notes
  • ^[a] signifies an additional producer
  • ^[b] signifies a vocal producer

Personnel

Credits taken from Four's liner notes.[57]

  • Afterhrs – producer
  • Damon Bunetta – background vocals
  • Julian Bunetta – drums, engineer, mixing, musician, producer, programming, vocal producer, background vocals
  • Peter Bunetta – background vocals
  • Ben "Bengineer" Chang – engineer, vocal producer
  • Tom Coyne – mastering
  • Ian Dowling – engineer
  • Ed Drewett – background vocals
  • Ian Franzino – assistant engineer, engineer, musician, producer, background vocals
  • Teddy Geiger – producer, background vocals
  • Serban Ghenea – mixing
  • Andrew Haas – bass, engineer, musician
  • John Hanes – mixing engineer
  • Wayne Hector – background vocals
  • Niall Horan – guitar, vocals
  • Helene Horlyck – vocal coach
  • Ash Howes – mixing
  • Noah Livingston – background vocals
  • Zayn Malik – vocals
  • Randy Merrill – assistant
  • Sam Miller – additional production, engineer, vocal producer
  • One Direction – primary artist, background vocals
  • Alex Oriet – additional production, engineer
  • Liam Payne – vocals
  • Luke Potashnick – guitar
  • Matt Rad – additional production, drums, guitar, keyboards, piano, producer, programming
  • Steve Robson – bass, producer
  • John Ryan – engineer, guitar, musician, producer, programming, vocal producer, background vocals, wurlitzer
  • Jamie Scott – guitar, keyboards, musician, producer, background vocals
  • Ryan Joseph Shaughnessy – photography
  • Harry Styles – vocals
  • Louis Tomlinson – vocals
  • Paro Westerlund – producer, programming
  • Joe Zook – mixing

Charts

Certifications

RegionCertificationCertified units/sales
Australia (ARIA)[126]2× Platinum140,000^
Austria (IFPI Austria)[127]Gold7,500*
Brazil (Pro-Música Brasil)[128]3× Platinum120,000*
Canada (Music Canada)[130]Platinum98,000[129]
Denmark (IFPI Danmark)[131]3× Platinum60,000
France (SNEP)[132]Platinum100,000*
Germany (BVMI)[133]Gold100,000
Hungary (MAHASZ)[134]Gold1,000^
Italy (FIMI)[135]3× Platinum150,000
Japan (RIAJ)[136]Gold100,000^
Mexico (AMPROFON)[137]2× Platinum+Gold150,000^
New Zealand (RMNZ)[138]Platinum15,000^
Philippines (PARI)[139]Platinum15,000*
Poland (ZPAV)[140]2× Platinum40,000
Portugal (AFP)[141]Platinum15,000^
Singapore (RIAS)[142]Platinum10,000*
South Africa (RISA)[143]Gold20,000*
Spain (PROMUSICAE)[144]Platinum40,000^
Sweden (GLF)[145]Platinum40,000
United Kingdom (BPI)[146]2× Platinum600,000*
United States (RIAA)[148]Platinum1,142,000[147]

* Sales figures based on certification alone.
^ Shipments figures based on certification alone.
Sales+streaming figures based on certification alone.

Release history

CountryDateFormat(s)Edition(s)LabelRef.
Canada17 November 2014
  • Standard
  • Deluxe
Syco[149]
France[150]
Germany[151]
Italy[152]
United Kingdom[153]
United StatesColumbia[154]
Spain18 November 2014Syco[155]
Japan19 November 2014Sony[156]
United Kingdom15 December 2014VinylStandardSyco[157]

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Artist(s)

Veröffentlichungen von One Direction die im OTRS erhältlich sind/waren:

Take Me Home ¦ Midnight Memories ¦ Four ¦ Up All Night ¦ Made In The A.M.

One Direction auf Wikipedia (oder andere Quellen):

One Direction ist eine britische Boygroup, bestehend aus Niall Horan, Liam Payne, Harry Styles und Louis Tomlinson. Sie wurde 2010 im Zuge der siebten Ausgabe der britischen Casting-Show The X Factor gegründet, erreichte dort im Finale den 3. Platz und erhielt anschließend einen Plattenvertrag bei Sony Music.

Geschichte

2010: The X-Factor

Die zunächst fünf Bandmitglieder traten zu Beginn von The X Factor als Einzelkandidaten an, wurden aber im Bootcamp auf Anraten der Gastjurorin Nicole Scherzinger zu einer Gruppe zusammengeformt und somit der Gruppen-Kategorie zugeordnet.[2] Obwohl sie nur Dritte wurden, unterschrieben die fünf Bandmitglieder einen Plattenvertrag über zwei Millionen Pfund mit Sony Music.[3]

2010–2011: Up All Night

Am 11. September 2011 veröffentlichte die Gruppe ihre erste Single What Makes You Beautiful in Großbritannien und Irland. Sie erreichte in beiden Ländern auf Anhieb Platz 1. Die zweite Single Gotta Be You ihres ersten Albums Up All Night wurde am 11. November 2011 veröffentlicht. Neben der Ankündigung einer Tour durch Großbritannien und Irland wurde Anfang November auch eine Tour zusammen mit der amerikanischen Band Big Time Rush angekündigt.[4] Das erste Album der Band wurde am 13. März 2012 auch in den USA veröffentlicht.[5]

In den deutschsprachigen Ländern erschien die erste Single What Makes You Beautiful am 2. Dezember 2011,[6] konnte dort jedoch nicht an den Erfolg in der Heimat heranreichen. In den Vereinigten Staaten konnte sich die Single auf Platz 4 der Charts platzieren. Das Album Up All Night erreichte dort und in Irland Platz 1 und in Großbritannien Platz 2. Mit One Thing und More Than This kamen noch zwei weitere Songs aus dem Album in die Charts.

2012–2013: Take Me Home, Kinofilm und Midnight Memories

Am 12. August 2012 trat die Gruppe bei der Schlussfeier der Olympischen Sommerspiele 2012 im Olympiastadion London auf. Mit Live While We’re Young wurde am 28. September 2012 eine neue Single veröffentlicht. Sie erreichte in den Charts gute Platzierungen und kam auch in Österreich und der Schweiz in die Top 10. Unmittelbar vor Veröffentlichung ihres zweiten Albums erschien weltweit am 29. Oktober das Lied Little Things.[7] In Großbritannien war es ihr zweiter Nummer-eins-Hit. Das Album Take Me Home kam in vielen Ländern auf Platz eins und erreichte auch in den deutschsprachigen Ländern Spitzenplatzierungen.

2013 beteiligten sich One Direction an der Benefizaktion Comic Relief. Sie nahmen als Single ein Mash-up aus One Way or Another von Blondie und Teenage Kicks von den Undertones auf. Das Lied erschien Mitte Februar und wurde ein weiterer internationaler Hit sowie der dritte Nummer-eins-Hit im Vereinigten Königreich und Irland. Im Februar 2013 begann ihre zweite Konzerttournee.[8] Im Mai 2013 kündigten sie die nächste Welttournee 2014 an.[9] Sie trägt den Titel Where We Are. Im August 2013 erschien ihr drittes Buch Where We Are – Our Band, Our Story. Ende August kam die 3D-Dokumentation This Is Us weltweit in die Kinos. Im September kam das Parfum Our Moment erstmals in Deutschland auf den Markt. Am 25. November 2013 veröffentlichte die Gruppe ihr drittes Studioalbum Midnight Memories.[10] Die erste Single Best Song Ever erschien am 22. Juli 2013, die zweite Singleauskopplung Story of My Life am 28. Oktober 2013.

2014–2015: Four, Ausstieg von Zayn Malik und Made in the A.M.

Four, das vierte Album von One Direction, wurde am 17. November 2014 veröffentlicht. Der Song Fireproof konnte bereits vorher auf der Website der Band kostenfrei heruntergeladen werden.[11] Steal My Girl, veröffentlicht am 29. September 2014, war die erste aus dem Album ausgekoppelte Single. Die zweite Single Night Changes erschien am 14. November 2014.

Am 25. März 2015 verließ Zayn Malik aus persönlichen Gründen die Band, die seither als Quartett weiterbesteht.[1] Ihr fünftes und letztes Studioalbum erschien am 13. November 2015 und trägt den Titel Made in the A.M. Die erste Single Drag Me Down konnte weltweit gute Chartpositionen erreichen. Zwei weitere Singles wurden veröffentlicht, Perfect und History. Die vier Musiker gaben am 25. August 2015 bekannt, dass die Gruppe ab März 2016 für ein Jahr pausieren werde. Eine Rückkehr als Band sollte im März 2017 erfolgen, geschah bislang jedoch nicht (Stand: März 2023).[12][13]

Diskografie

Studioalben

JahrTitel
Musiklabel
Höchstplatzierung, Gesamtwochen, AuszeichnungChartplatzierungenChartplatzierungen
(Jahr, Titel, Musiklabel, Plat­zie­rungen, Wo­chen, Aus­zeich­nungen, Anmer­kungen)
Anmerkungen
 DE AT CH UK US IE
2011Up All Night
Syco Records (Sony)
DE16
Gold
Gold

(21 Wo.)DE
AT18
Gold
Gold

(16 Wo.)AT
CH18
Gold
Gold

(52 Wo.)CH
UK2
Dreifachplatin
×3
Dreifachplatin

(127 Wo.)UK
US1
Dreifachplatin
×3
Dreifachplatin

(105 Wo.)US
IE1
Doppelplatin
×2
Doppelplatin

(164 Wo.)IE
Erstveröffentlichung: 21. November 2011
Verkäufe: + 6.102.811
2012Take Me Home
Syco Records (Sony)
DE2
Gold
Gold

(12 Wo.)DE
AT2
Gold
Gold

(19 Wo.)AT
CH1
Gold
Gold

(32 Wo.)CH
UK1
Vierfachplatin
×4
Vierfachplatin

(96 Wo.)UK
US1
Dreifachplatin
×3
Dreifachplatin

(78 Wo.)US
IE1
Dreifachplatin
×3
Dreifachplatin

(107 Wo.)IE
Erstveröffentlichung: 9. November 2012
Verkäufe: + 6.439.419
2013Midnight Memories
Syco Records (Sony)
DE5
Gold
Gold

(16 Wo.)DE
AT2
Gold
Gold

(17 Wo.)AT
CH2
Platin
Platin

(28 Wo.)CH
UK1
Dreifachplatin
×3
Dreifachplatin

(56 Wo.)UK
US1
Dreifachplatin
×3
Dreifachplatin

(90 Wo.)US
IE1
Dreifachplatin
×3
Dreifachplatin

(62 Wo.)IE
Erstveröffentlichung: 25. November 2013
Verkäufe: + 6.036.682
2014Four
Syco Records (Sony)
DE5
Gold
Gold

(8 Wo.)DE
AT1
Gold
Gold

(17 Wo.)AT
CH2
(15 Wo.)CH
UK1
Doppelplatin
×2
Doppelplatin

(34 Wo.)UK
US1
Platin
Platin

(64 Wo.)US
IE1
(47 Wo.)IE
Erstveröffentlichung: 14. November 2014
Verkäufe: + 2.877.059
2015Made in the A.M.
Syco Records (Sony)
DE2
Gold
Gold

(8 Wo.)DE
AT2
Gold
Gold

(16 Wo.)AT
CH3
Gold
Gold

(13 Wo.)CH
UK1
Doppelplatin
×2
Doppelplatin

(40 Wo.)UK
US2
Doppelplatin
×2
Doppelplatin

(48 Wo.)US
IE1
(49 Wo.)IE
Erstveröffentlichung: 13. November 2015
Verkäufe: + 3.655.300

Filmografie

Fernsehen

Film

  • 2012: Up All Night – The Live Tour DVD (Dokumentation)
  • 2013: This Is Us (Dokumentation)
  • 2014: Where We Are (Konzertfilm)

Auszeichnungen

JahrAwardKategorieResultat
20114 Music AwardBest GroupGewonnen
Best VideoGewonnen
Best BreakthroughGewonnen
2012MTV Europe Music AwardsBiggest FansGewonnen
Best NewcomerGewonnen
BambiPop InternationalGewonnen
BRIT AwardsBest British Single „What Makes You BeautifulGewonnen
Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice AwardsFavourite UK BandGewonnen
Favourite UK NewcomerGewonnen
People’s Choice AwardsBreakout GroupGewonnen
Teen Choice AwardsChoice Breakout GroupGewonnen
Choice Summer Music Star: GroupGewonnen
Choice Music: Love SongGewonnen
MTV Video Music AwardsFavorite SongGewonnen
2013BRIT AwardsBRITs Global SuccessGewonnen
Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice AwardsGroup of the Year InternationalGewonnen
Favorite Music GroupGewonnen
Favorite SongGewonnen
NRJ Music AwardsFavorite SongGewonnen
People’s Choice AwardsFavorite AlbumGewonnen
Billboard Music Awards[15]Top Duo/GroupGewonnen
Top New ArtistGewonnen
Top Pop ArtistGewonnen
MTV Video Music AwardsBest Song of the SummerGewonnen
MTV Europe Music AwardsBest PopGewonnen
American Music AwardsFavorite Band, Duo or Group – Pop/RockGewonnen
Favorite Album – Pop/RockGewonnen
2014BRIT AwardsBritish VideoGewonnen
BRITs Global SuccessGewonnen
2015Billboard Music AwardsTop Touring ArtistGewonnen
Top Duo/GroupGewonnen

Weblinks

Commons: One Direction – Sammlung von Bildern, Videos und Audiodateien

Einzelnachweise

  1. a b Zayn Malik verlässt One Direction. Bild.de; abgerufen am 27. März 2015.
  2. digitalspy.co.uk
  3. digitalspy.co.uk
  4. Archivierte Kopie (Memento vom 12. November 2011 im Internet Archive)
  5. examiner.com
  6. What Makes You Beautiful. Abgerufen am 18. Mai 2023.
  7. hitzoneonline.com (Memento vom 8. Dezember 2017 im Internet Archive)
  8. One Direction launches 2013 world tour and gets positive reviews. examiner.com, abgerufen am 10. Juni 2013.
  9. 'Where We Are' Stadium Tour Confirmed For 2014. huffingtonpost.co.uk, abgerufen am 10. Juni 2013.
  10. One Direction Announce Release Date for New Album, 'Midnight Memories'. rollingstone.com, abgerufen am 8. September 2013.
  11. One Direction: neues Album „Four“ im November. musikmarkt.de, archiviert vom Original (nicht mehr online verfügbar) am 10. September 2014; abgerufen am 9. September 2014.
  12. Colette Fahy: One Direction Split, Daily Mail, 23. August 2015 
  13. news.yahoo.com (Memento vom 4. März 2016 im Internet Archive)
  14. Daniel Kreps: Watch One Direction's 'Family Guy' Appearance. In: Rolling Stone. 14. Mai 2016, abgerufen am 18. Mai 2023 (amerikanisches Englisch).
  15. Billboard Music Awards 2013: The winners in full. digitalspy.co.uk, abgerufen am 22. Mai 2013.

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