Enya a Day Without Rain
The Grammy winning album – “A Day Without Rain” – from the celebrated Irish singer and songwriter, Enya is popularly known as ‘Enya A Day Without Rain’. Released in 2000, enya a day without rain won the Grammy Award for "Best New Age Album" of 2002.
The Enya Album has total 13 songs, which include "A Day Without Rain", "Wild Child", "Only Time", "Tempus Vernum", "Deora Ar Mo Chroí" (meaning Tears on my Heart in Irish), "Flora's Secret", "Fallen Embers", "Silver Inches", "Pilgrim", "One by One", "The First of Autumn", "Lazy Days", and "Isobella".
"Only Time" is the best and the most popular song in the album. "Only Time" became extremely popular in 2000, and again in 2001 when it became identified with the September 11, 2001 attacks through exhaustive media use. The song in 2001 showed up at various top slots on Adult Contemporary (US), Adult Top 40 (US), Canadian Singles Chart (Canada), The Billboard Hot 100 (US), Top 40 Mainstream (US), Top 40 Tracks (US), Top 40 Adult Recurrents (US), Official Singles Chart (UK), and Official German Top 100 Charts.
The album, enya a day without rain ranked No. 2 at The Billboard 200 (US) (2000), No. 4 among the Top Canadian Albums (2000), No.1 among the Top Internet Albums (2000), No.1 among the Top New Age Albums (2000), and No. 6 at the Official Album Chart (UK).
Selling more than 12 million copies, enya a day without rain went on to become the biggest selling albums of the prima donna. Enya was named as the best-selling female artist in the world for 2001 for the album. The album was named as the Top-Selling Album of 2001. Ranked at No. 2 on the US Billboard Album charts, enya a day without rain is the most successful album of the Irish singing sensation to the date.