|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|7||Everybody's Gone To War||2||Audio||2006-07-00|
|8||Everybody's Gone To War||2||Audio||2006||14th Floor Records|
|9||Sophia||2||Audio||2006-10-02||14th Floor Records|
|10||Learning To Breathe||2||Audio||2006||14th Floor Records|
|11||Sophia||2||Audio||2006||14th Floor Records|
|12||Learning To Breathe||2||Audio||2006||14th Floor Records|
|15||Acoustic Sessions||5||Audio||2009||Idaho Records|
|16||Junebug EP||5||Audio||2009-01-09||Idaho Records|
|17||Peg (Cicada Remixes)||2||Audio||2007-08-06||Critical Mass|
|19||Year Of The Wolf - CDr Promo||11||Audio||2011||Geffen Records|
|20||Year Of The Wolf||11||Audio||2011-06-13||Polydor|
|21||Year Of The Wolf||11||Audio||2011-06-13||Polydor|
|22||Turn Me On Again||2||Audio||2011|
|23||Everybody's Gone To War||2||Audio||2006||14th Floor Records|
|24||All Bets Are Off||2||Audio||2012-04-21||Idaho Records|
|26||Sophia||3||Audio||2006||14th Floor Records|
|27||All Good People||2||Audio||2005||Idaho Records|
|31||Year Of The Wolf||11||Audio||2011||Geffen Records|
|34||Lonely Valentine Club||6||Audio||2013-02-08||Idaho Records|
|35||Everybody's Gone To War||3||Audio||2006-05-22||14th Floor Records|
|36||Fires||4||Audio||2006-04-24||14th Floor Records|
|38||Patience (Sneaker Pimps Radio Edit)||3||Audio||2001-07-23||Polydor|
|39||Everybody's Gone To War||3||Audio||14th Floor Records|
|41||Peg||2||Audio||2007||Not On Label|
|42||Live From Camden Roundhouse||6||Audio||2009||Not On Label (Nerina Pallot Self-released)|
|43||Learning To Breathe||3||Audio||2006||14th Floor Records|
|44||Sophia||3||Audio||2006||14th Floor Records|
|45||Year Of The Wolf - Album Sampler||5||Audio||2011||Geffen Records|
|46||Patience (Sneaker Pimps Remix)||3||Audio||2001-05-30||Polydor|
|48||We Made It Through Another Year||5||Audio||2013-12-16||Idaho Records|
|49||The Hold Tight||5||Audio||2014-01-27||Idaho Records|
|50||We Should Break Up||5||Audio||2014-02-28||Idaho Records|
Born in London on April 26, 1975, to a half-French father and mother from Allahabad in India.
In early 2006 she became engaged to [url=http://www.discogs.com/artist/Howard+Willing]Howard Willing[/url], the producer of her [url=http://www.discogs.com/release/513197]Fires[/url] album.
She is a British recording artist who grew up in Jersey. She released her debut album on Polydor records, Dear Frustrated Superstar, in 2001. This spawned two commercial singles, "Patience" and "Alien", with a third single, "If I Know You" mooted, a video for which was filmed, but has never been publicly shown. Her album was withdrawn during an arena tour with Bryan Adams, and was never re-issued.
Subsequently she was dropped from the label partly as a result of a message she wrote on the Tipsheet message board relating to remixes of "Photograph", a track that was intended to be on the re-issued Dear Frustrated Superstar. This incident and many others related to the industry and her experiences with her debut album are discussed in stories on her official web site.
Pallot met fellow Jersey resident and Grammy Award-nominated record producer Andy Chatterley in January 2007. They became engaged within the first half hour of their first date, and married six weeks later on 14 February 2007. The story was told by Pallot on Janice Long's BBC Radio 2 show on 3 June 2009. Pallot recently completed her degree in English Literature at Birkbeck, University of London. The couple now reside in London.
On 9th Sept, 2010, Nerina announced via Twitter: "@Andy_Chatterley and I are proud to present our finest song. Our son,Wolfie Chatterley, born this morning". The child's full name is Wolfgang Amadeus Chatterley.
On 1st July, 2012, whilst performing at Cornbury Festival, Pallot revealed that she is an Arsenal F.C. fan.