Miles to Go
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  Studio album              by          Kara Cyrus
Released: February 16, 2003
Recorded: 2002-2003
Label: Blackout Records
Kara Cyrus
Miles to Go
Singles from Miles to Go
1. "Dream"
     Released: January 3, 2003
2. "The Climb"
     Released: May 11, 2003

Miles to Go is the second studio album by pop singer and actress Kara Cyrus, released on February 16, 2003 through Blackout Records. Work on the album began shortly after the released of her debut album the prevoius year, with most of the production team being from her first album. For the album, a more country sound was given to the music, with Cyrus citing her father as the main influence for this. Despite heavily being influenced by country music, numerous tracks on the album still retain a pop-rock sound, which was the predominant element on her first album.

The album spawned two singles, the first being "Dream" which was released early in 2003. The single failed to have much success, failing to enter the Top 40 in the majority of the countries it was released in. The follow up single, "The Climb", went on to become one of the biggest hits of Cyrus' career, peaking at number one in over 15 countries worldwide. A promotional single from the album, titled "Hoedown Throwdown", also had some success, and the dance for the song went viral on popular video viewing site YouTube.

Commercially, Miles to Go matched the success of its predecessor, and debuted at number one on the Billboard 200. This made it her first number one album in the US. It also reached number one in Canada, making it her second album to achieve this feat. It received a Platinum certification from the RIAA, for shipments exceeding one million copies. To date, the album has sold an estimated 3.25 million copies worldwide, making it her lowest selling album to date.

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