|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||All I Want Is You||2||Audio||2002||Virgin|
|2||All I Want Is You||3||Audio||2002-05-06|
|3||Say Something Anyway (Remix)||2||Audio||2004||EastWest|
|4||Say Something Anyway||2||Audio||2004||EastWest|
|5||Say Something Anyway||3||Audio||2004||EastWest|
|7||Spin The Wheel||4||Audio||2004||Atlantic|
|9||Say Something Anyway||2||Audio||2004-04-05|
|10||After The Rain||14||Audio||2001-10-24|
|11||Spin The Wheel||16||Audio||2004-08-18|
|12||Spin The Wheel||3||Audio||2004||EastWest|
|13||Say Something Anyway (Remix)||4||Audio||2004||EastWest|
|14||Spin The Wheel||5||Audio||2004-10-04|
|16||Say Something Anyway||3||Audio||2004||EastWest|
They first formed in 1999 , backstage at an audition for a boy-girl band in which Louis Walsh was a judge.
Bellefire was an Irish girl group, best known for their 2002 cover of the [a6520] song "All I Want Is You". They originally consisted of Kelly Kilfeather (born 23 March 1979), [a1337266] (born 25 July 1982), Cathy Newell (born 14 July 1982) and her sister [a2192947] (born 7 July 1983) and a fifth-member named Paula O' Neill. They mostly performed pop and adult contemporary music. Outside Southeast Asia and their native Ireland, they have received minimal recognition, although they did experience minor success in the United Kingdom with their singles.
After the failed release of the "Spin the Wheel" single in 2004 , Bellefire and Atlantic Records parted company. The group then went their separate ways.