Studio album by
Released2 May 2000
  • Grant Michael B.
  • Pomez di Lorenzo
  • Pete Smith
Sasha chronology
Dedicated to...
Surfin' on a Backbeat
Singles from …you
  1. "Let Me Be the One"
    Released: 2000
  2. "Chemical Reaction"
    Released: 2000
  3. "Owner of My Heart"
    Released: 2000

…you is the second studio album by German pop singer Sasha, released by Warner Music on 2 May 2000 in German-speaking Europe, chiefly produced by Grant Michael B. and Pomez di Lorenzo.

Following the Europe-wide breakthrough success of his debut album Dedicated to...,[1] …you charted noticeably lower in most international territories. It however manifested Sasha's success throughout German-speaking Europe where it reached higher peak positions than its predecessor on the album charts in Austria, Germany and Switzerland, and was eventually certified double gold by the IFPI.[2] Altogether the album produced three singles, of which only lead single "Let Me Be the One" reached the top 20.

Track listing[]

1."Let Me Be the One"4:15
2."Love Is All Around"5:01
3."Take Good Care"3:51
4."Something Stupid" (featuring Shemsi)4:19
5."Chemical Reaction"4:25
6."Club c'est la vie"3:53
7."Pretty Thing"4:07
8."Take My Hands"3:30
9."Don't You Forget Me"4:07
10."Owner of My Heart"3:40
11."It Ain't That Bad"3:54
12."Reach Inside"4:41



Region Certification Certified units/sales
Germany (BVMI)[8] Gold 150,000^

^ Shipments figures based on certification alone.


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  8. ^ "Gold-/Platin-Datenbank (Sasha; '...You')" (in German). Bundesverband Musikindustrie. Retrieved 22 November 2015.