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Erik (The Phantom of the Opera)

Erik (also known as The Phantom of the Opera, commonly referred to as The Phantom) is the title character from Gaston Leroux's novel Le Fantôme de l'Opéra ( 1910), best known to English speakers as The Phantom of the Opera. He is also the protagonist and antagonist of many film adaptations of the novel, notably the 1925 film adaptation starring Lon Chaney, Sr., and Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical.

Erik (singer)

Erik is the stage name of singer Erica Harrold. She began her career as a session singer for artists such as M People, Tom Jones, Swing Out Sister, Jason Donovan, Vic Reeves, and Errol Brown. She was the featured vocalist in the 1991 dance single " Unity", by the group of the same name. It was a club hit and peaked at #64 in the UK charts.

In 1993 she started her solo career. She signed to PWL Records and released the Mike Stock & Pete Waterman-produced single "Looks Like I'm In Love Again", which peaked at #46 in the UK charts. Her next single, "The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea", was never officially released. In 1994, she released a cover of the Cheryl Lynn classic " Got To Be Real", which became her biggest hit. Later that year she released her last single, "We Got The Love", which peaked at #55, originally recorded by Lindy Layton.

Nowadays, she works as a vocal coach and enjoys family life.

In January 2010, an album titled Real, including her work recorded at PWL Studios during 1993-1994 was released through iTunes. It includes 8 previously unreleased songs.

Erik (album)

Erik is the fifth studio album by Mexican singer Erik Rubin, released in 2004. It was his only record with BMG Records. Produced by Erik Rubin and Jay De La Cueva. Recorded by Hans Mues. Three singles were released, "Ya nada es igual", "Malas intenciones" and "Dejame".