|1||Bully (ft. Scratch Professor)|
|2||Treat You (ft. Caron Wheeler)|
|3||Fuck War Make Love|
|4||High Heels (ft. Hidden Jazz Quartett)|
|5||I Love Being With You|
|6||There’s Nothing Like This (ft. Pino Palladino)|
|7||There's Nothing Like This|
|8||Eeni Meeni Myni Mo|
|10||When You Touch We Touch|
|11||Get It Together|
|12||Ordinary Day (ft. Stuart Zender)|
|14||All For Me|
|19||Come On Speak To Me|
|20||I Can Listen|
Omar Lye-Fook (born 14 October 1968, London) and known as Omar, is an internationally acclaimed British soul singer, songwriter and musician. Omar grew up in Canterbury, Kent. He learned his craft classically, playing the trumpet, piano and percussion. Omar also spent two years at Chetham's School of Music in Manchester, and the Guildhall School of Music in London. His most well-known song was his debut single "There's Nothing Like This". It reached #14 in the UK Singles Chart on re-release in 1991. Allmusic noted that he is described by some as the father of British neo soul.
Following his first two single releases, "Mr Postman" and "You and Me" featuring backing vocals from Caron Wheeler, Omar released his first album, entitled There's Nothing Like This in 1990. Initially released on his father's record label, Kongo Records, it entered the UK Albums Chart, peaking at #54. Signing to his first major record label, Talkin' Loud, saw the re-release of his debut album, which climbed to #19 in the British chart. This was followed in 1992 by his second album, Music, which proved less successful (UK #37) than the first.