Several awards, competitions festivals see many new releases that are in some way to cheer the bad season looming. As for the music there are many new discs out that surely warm their cold winter days. New attractions but also many unexpected and welcome return, so numerous that sometimes you need to rely on websites, magazines or blogs and documented specific music always updated on new releases and initiatives that go into being.
There are three main expected returns: Take That, Skunk Anansie and All Saints, three return marking the reunion of three historical groups that have marked, albeit in three completely different ways, the history of music of the 90s.
Take That, boy band born in the first half of the 90s that sold 35 million records worldwide, after album which lacked the presence of the historic member Robbie Williams, the only one of five have had a global success as a soloist, will return with an album.Announced in the spring of 2010 the return of Williams’s new album does not have a firm date for release during autumn 2010 but certainly we listen to new tracks and in the spring of 2011 to attend the concert as it is in anticipation of a world tour promotion thereof.
Skunk Anansie, core group of the 90s rock scene, after several solo albums of frontwoman Skin has returned to record an album that blend alternative rock and personality of the typical British band. Anticipated by the single “My ugly boy”, passed by all Italian radio also, the new album due out September 21, 2010 will be entitled “Wonderlustre. They too will accompany the album release with a world tour that will present the new work and resurface the original lineup in all its grit and passion.
Is rather unexpected and almost unexpected return with a Greatest Hits of All Saints. Girl group in the wake of the success of the Spice Girls, this group of English singers had been able to win a special place in pop soul scene in the late ’90s when he announced, following internal misunderstandings, the melting peak of their success. After several solo attempts as the four band members have announced a reunion album for release next September 20th which will be titled “Pure Shores: The Very Best of All Saints.”
There are also numerous other musical outlets both in the rock scene in that global and national pop like Phil Collins, Lady Gaga and its highly anticipated “Born This Way”, the Kings of Leon and David Guetta. Do is keep up with the media and choose among the various proposals, one that attracts us and interests us most.
By Martina Celegato
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