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  • All three tracks would go on to be re-recorded for their full length debut.
  • Their self-titled debut album was released nearly a year after the single.
  • The band initially planned to record their debut album in the space of two weeks.
  • Mere weeks after their live debut, the band felt ready to record the album.
  • The song was released as the first single from their self-titled debut album.
  • It was released one year after their debut self-titled album album.
  • It was released as the fourth single from their self-titled debut studio album.
  • It was the second single released from his debut self-titled album.
  • This cover was the first single from their self-titled debut album.
  • He made his senior debut for the Netherlands national team that same year.
  • After several months in studio, her self-titled debut album was released.
  • Journey is the self-titled debut album by the band of the same name.
  • She released her self-titled debut album after winning the show.
  • It was quickly released after his successful self-titled debut album.
  • He never made his first-class debut, and focused on Australian rules instead.
  • Their debut self-titled album was released later in the year.
  • Under this name the band released a self-titled debut album.
  • The band released a self-titled debut album the next year.
  • The show was number one in the talk show ratings since its debut.
  • He moved to Western Australia, where he managed to make his first class debut.
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Meaning of debut

  • noun The presentation of a debutante in society
  • verb Present for the first time to the public
    The band debuts a new song or two each month
  • verb Appear for the first time in public
    The new ballet that debuts next months at Covent Garden, is already sold out
  • verb Make one's debut
    This young soprano debuts next month at the Metropolitan Opera