Eoghan Quigg is the only studio album by Irish pop singer Eoghan Quigg, released on 6 April 2009. Quigg, who finished third in the fifth series of the UK television talent show The X Factor, was the first of the finalists from that series to release a studio album. The record predominantly features cover versions of songs that Quigg performed on The X Factor, and one original song, "28,000 Friends". On its release, the album was described by multiple critics as the worst ever recorded. Its commercial failure led to Quigg being dropped by RCA Records.

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  • Eoghan Quigg is the only studio album by Irish pop singer Eoghan Quigg, released on 6 April 2009. Quigg, who finished third in the fifth series of the UK television talent show The X Factor, was the first of the finalists from that series to release a studio album. The record predominantly features cover versions of songs that Quigg performed on The X Factor, and one original song, "28,000 Friends". On its release, the album was described by multiple critics as the worst ever recorded. Its commercial failure led to Quigg being dropped by RCA Records. (en)
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  • Eoghan Quigg is the only studio album by Irish pop singer Eoghan Quigg, released on 6 April 2009. Quigg, who finished third in the fifth series of the UK television talent show The X Factor, was the first of the finalists from that series to release a studio album. The record predominantly features cover versions of songs that Quigg performed on The X Factor, and one original song, "28,000 Friends". On its release, the album was described by multiple critics as the worst ever recorded. Its commercial failure led to Quigg being dropped by RCA Records. (en)
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