[[caption-width-right:350:The Corrs. Left to right - Caroline, Jim, Andrea and Sharon]]
->''She's never gonna be like the one before,\\
She read it in her stars that there's something more,\\
No matter what it takes, no matter how she breaks,\\
She'll be the Queen of Hollywood..''
-->"Queen of Hollywood"

'''The Corrs''' are an Irish folk/pop/soft rock band, comprising of three sisters and one brother from the Corr family. Formed in 1990, they acheived major commercial success in 1995 and continued touring, recording and releasing popular albums for ten years before going on hiatus in 2005 to allow all four members time out to get married, have children, raise families and work on solo projects. After some doubt as to whether they'd ever reunite, the band announced they were working on a new album and would play live in 2015 after ten years apart. As usual, TheOtherWiki has a detailed breakdown of their music and career [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Corrs]].

* Andrea (lead vocals, tin whistle)
* Sharon (violin, vocals)
* Caroline (drums, piano, bodhrán, vocals)
* Jim (guitar, piano, vocals).

* ''Forgiven, Not Forgotten'' (1995)
* ''[[LiveAlbum Corrs Live]]'' (1996)
* ''Talk On Corners'' (1997)
* Two songs for the original soundtrack of WarnerBros animated feature ''WesternAnimation/QuestForCamelot'', with Andrea giving the singing voice of the female lead, Kayley. (1998)
* ''[[UnpluggedVersion The Corrs Unplugged]]'' (1999)
* ''In Blue'' (2000)
* ''[[GreatestHitsAlbum Best of The Corrs]]'' (2001)
* ''[[LiveAlbum VH1 Presents: The Corrs, Live in Dublin]]'' (2002)
* ''Borrowed Heaven'' (2004)
* ''[[ConceptAlbum Home]]'' (2005)
* ''[[GreatestHitsAlbum Dreams: The Ultimate Corrs Collection]]'' (2006)
* ''[[GreatestHitsAlbum The Works]]'' (2007)
* ''[[BoxedSet Original Album Series]]'' (2011)

!!Tropes used by the band include:
* AlbumTitleDrop: Most albums are titled for a song on the album or a lyric from it.
** ''Forgiven not Forgotten'' is named after the title track as is ''Borrowed Heaven''.
** ''Talk on Corners'' is named from a lyric in the song "Queen of Hollywood".
-->''"And her friends they '''talk on corners''', they could never comprehend."''
** ''In Blue'' takes it's title from a lyric from "Give me a Reason".
-->''"It's not romantic here in blue, swimming, swimming in blue..."''
** ''Home'' is the exception as it was named because the band were going "home" to their Irish musical roots on the album.
* AwardBaitSong: "Looking Through Your Eyes" from ''QuestForCamelot'' has all the characteristics, although another song from the movie, "The Prayer", was the one that got a Golden Globe.
* BandOfRelatives: All four members are siblings.
* BeYourself: "Irresistible", "Would You be Happier?".
* BookEnds: A lot of their music videos begin and end in the same manner.
* BoxedSet: The Original Album Series, released in 2011. Contains the five studio albums.
* BreakupBreakout: Averted. During their hiatus Andrea Corr released an album titled ''Ten Feet High'' but it failed to achieve much success, charting at it's peak at 38 in the UK and 24 in Ireland, with very little success elsewhere. A second album ''Lifelines'', which was a CoverVersion album was less successful than the first (and if it was released overseas it failed to chart anywhere). Sharon released her own album ''Dream Of You'' which was about as successful as ''Lifelines''.
* BreakupSong: "Don't Say You Love Me" and "Long Night" are a more traditional straight examples. "Give Me A Reason" overlaps this with WhatTheHellHero, while "I Never Loved You Anyway" is basically a TheReasonYouSuckSpeech.
* BrutalHonesty: "I Never Loved You Anyway" is a very, ''very'' blunt BreakupSong.
* CloudCuckooLander: Jim has some.. let's say odd ideas regarding 9/11, The WarOnTerror and The New World Order.
* ClipShow: The band usually shows their tours in alternative music videos ("Runaway", "Long Night", "Goodbye").
* CoolShades: Jim is rarely without shades in the music videos.
* CoverVersion: They covered Music/FleetwoodMac's "Dreams".
* ADayInTheLimelight: Both Sharon and Caroline are the lead vocals in the song "No Frontiers".
* DoggedNiceGuy: "What Can I Do?"
* DramaticShattering: Jim throws a chair out of a window in the music video for "Give Me A Reason".
* DueToTheDead: "Angel" is dedicated to their late mother who passed away when they were recording their (at the time) newest album.
* FamilyTitle: The band's name is actually their real surname.
* FollowYourHeart: Practically every single one of their love songs. Their SignatureSong, "Runaway", is perhaps the taker.
-->''"I would [[TitleDrop runaway]] with you..."''
* FourTemperamentEnsemble: Andrea is Melancholic, Jim is Choleric, Sharon is Leukine, Caroline is Sanguine.
* GreatestHitsAlbum: As you can see above, they have ''three'' from a discography of five albums. Although once you start adding the high quality live albums and unplugged albums (and oddly great tracks hidden away on B-sides or bonus discs) which have their own specific songs it looks far more reasonable. A buyer also gets more value for money from each subsequent release. The first was made after their third album was released and has eighteen songs. The second ''Dreams'' contained twenty-one songs and was released after their fourth and fifth albums were released as well as several unplugged and live albums. ''The Works'' was released as a three CD set with fifty-six tracks.
* GenreRoulette: Their discography ranges from pure pop, folk rock, folk pop, instrumental folk tunes, soft rock and combinations of all.
* GrowingUpSucks: The song "So Young" is an upbeat and optimistic take on this trope.
* HappilyMarried: All three sisters. Jim? Not so much.
* HypocriticalHumor: "Would You be Happier?" is a song about being yourself. The music video for it shows the group selling out.
* IWantSong: "On My Father's Wings" from ''QuestForCamelot''.
* LittleBlackDress: The girls, Andrea especially, are fond of wearing this in both the promotional materials and music videos.
* LiveAlbum: They have two.
* MohsScaleOfRockAndMetalHardness: Normally the heaviest they get is Level 2 as Soft or Pop Rock. "Only When I Sleep", "Secret Life", "Breathless", "I Never Loved You Anyway" and "Love In The Milky Way" and "Angel" being the most prominent examples of their more mainstream Soft Rock sound. Some of the tracks on ''Forgiven not Forgotten'' such as "Toss the Feathers" arguably edge towards Level 3. Much of their other work wouldn't chart, being pop, folk-pop or pure folk. Their acoustic stuff would hit Level 1 as would some of their more folk-rock stuff, their cover of "Dreams", "Borrowed Heaven", "All In A Day", "Forgiven Not Forgotten" for example.
* NewSoundAlbum: Each of their albums skirt a line from pop to pop-folk, pop-rock and folk. To what extent can differ drastically:
** ''Forgiven, Not Forgotten'', is a roughly fifty-fifty split between instrumental folk and pop-rock.
** ''Talk On Corners'' ditched the instrumental songs almost completely (only "Paddy Mccarthy" was instrumental, it does contain minor vocals and is more dance than folk-instrumental; there's also a quite prominent instrumental outro on "When He's Not Around"). The other songs being straight pop, which lead to the BBC radio changing their classification of the band from Folk to Pop, which moved them to a different, more popular radio station which itself started to play their songs, beginning their rise to fame.
** ''In Blue'' was slightly different to ''Talk On Corners'', except that songs like "Breathless" and "No More Cry" are more pop-rock than straight pop. It became their first success in the United States. (The bridge between the two albums was a special edition release of ''Talk on Corners'', which included several much dance music orientated remixes of some of the earlier tracks.) The pseudo-instrumental "Rebel Heart" truly felt like a tacked-on token effort.
** ''Borrowed Heaven'' had a more edgy, guitar based sound than ''In Blue'', and some of the songs, like "Confidence", are closer to straight rock than pop-rock. And this time, for "Rebel Heart" read "Silver Strand".
** ''Home'', is comprised almost completely of folk songs, and includes a pair of songs sung in Irish. It also brought back the instrumental songs.
* OddNameOut: Andrea is the only one whose name starts with a vowel, while Jim is the only one who doesn't have an "R" in his name. He also appears to be the only one who doesn't have an "N" in his name, but his real name is James Steve'''n''' Ig'''n'''atius .
* TheOldestProfession: ''Somebody For Someone'' can be interpreted as a heavily-metaphored song about this.
* TheOneGuy: Jim.
* OneTrueLove: "Runaway", "All The Love In The World".
* OrbitalShot: In the "So Young" music video.
* PowerGlows: The group has some sort of "[[BattleAura chi]]" surrounding them in the "Irresistible" music video.
* RavenHairIvorySkin: Aside from her beautiful singing voice, Andrea is known for her pretty face, pale skin and jet-black hair.
* TheReasonYouSuck: "I Never Loved You Anyway" is a pretty snarky one to an ex-lover.
* RedBaron: Caroline's monicker is the "Chick with Stick(s)". It's actually a FandomNod as it's originally a FanNickname.
* SelfBackingVocalist: Inverted. All three of the girls perform the vocals and backups, and are all good enough singers that they could all perform lead vocals if they had too.
* SexEqualsLove: Heavily implied in the music video for "One Night".
* SexySilhouette: The girls in the "Breathless" music video.
* StepUpToTheMicrophone: And do, on several occasions. (You have to try quite hard to hear Jim, though; he does occasionally get a noticeable vocal part, particularly on "No Good For Me".)
* TheTease: Andrea in the "Breathless" music video.
* TomboyWithAGirlyStreak: Caroline appears more of a grown-up {{Shorttank}} in the music videos and in concerts, though she can still be really feminine too.
* UnpluggedVersion: At least one version of ''In Blue'' came with a bonus disc featuring acoustic versions of many (though not all) of the songs on the album. ''The Corrs Unplugged'' was part of the ''MTV Unplugged'' series.
* WhiteStallion: Shows up in the music video for "Give Me A Reason" during some of Andrea's scenes.
* WomanScorned: "I Never Loved You Anyway" can basically be interpreted as a very blunt and bitter BreakupSong.