Corinne Bailey Rae is the eponymous debut album by English singer Corinne Bailey Rae. It was released in February 2006 in the UK and Ireland and in March in Europe. It went straight in at number one on both the UK Albums Chart and the UK Urban Albums Chart.
"Like a Star" was the lead single off the album. It was released in a limited-edition format in 2005, peaking inside the UK Singles Chart at number thirty-four. The second single, "Put Your Records On", went straight at number two in February 2006 and also hit number one on the UK Urban Singles chart. The follow-up single, "Trouble Sleeping", was released in May 2006, peaking at number forty in the UK and the fourth single was a re-release of "Like a Star", which peaked at thirty-two. The fifth single (fourth song released as a single) was "I'd Like To", released in the UK on 12 February 2007. Also on this date, the album was re-released with a bonus disc including some of the B-sides and remixes used on previous singles, as well as three new tracks, one of which, a cover of Björk's 1993 "Venus as a Boy", which only previously appeared on a covermount for Q magazine. Several songs from the album appear in the 2006 Peter O'Toole film Venus.
The album was the thirteenth best-selling album in the United Kingdom in 2006, with sales of over 739,000 copies.
Corinne's Live in London & New York official website announced that the album has sold over three million copies worldwide.