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Living For The Weekend
Living for the Weekend is the fourth and final studio album by British-Irish girl group The Saturdays. It was first released on 11 October, and in the United Kingdom on 14 October 2013, by Fascination Records and its associated record labels. Living for the Weekend was recorded between 2011 and 2013 in Los Angeles, London and New York City. Longtime collaborator Steve Mac returned to work on the album, as well as enlisting a wide range of new producers and writers including Rodney Jerkins, Autumn Rowe, Diane Warren, Carl Ryden, DNA Songs, David Schuler, Priscilla Renea, Camille Purcell, Jim Jonsin and many more. The album was preceded by their first US release, an EP called Chasing The Saturdays.
Living for the Weekend is prominently pop-oriented that incorporates elements of R&B, dance, and house. Reggae artist Sean Paul is the only guest vocalist on the album. The band said that they were "overwhelmed" with working with the people they had the chance to get to work with on Living for the Weekend.
The Wanted (Special Edition)
The Wanted is the self-titled debut studio album by British-Irish boy band The Wanted, released on 22 October 2010 through Geffen Records. The majority of the album was written by members of the band, with help from songwriters Steve Mac, Wayne Hector, Ed Drewett, Lucas Secon, Lukas Hilbert and Alexander Kronlund. The album was available in multiple editions, including a deluxe edition exclusive to Tesco, which contained two bonus remixes and two videos, and individual band member editions, exclusive to HMV, which featured a bonus slipcase and liner notes related to the respective band member. The album debuted at number four on the UK Albums Chart, and at number eleven in Ireland. The album produced three singles which attained UK chart success, including the number-one single "All Time Low".
Turn It Up (Louder)
Turn It Up is the debut studio album by English singer and songwriter Pixie Lott, released on 11 September 2009 by Mercury Records. The album's first two singles, "Mama Do" and "Boys and Girls", both topped the UK Singles Chart, while subsequent singles "Cry Me Out", "Gravity" and "Turn It Up" all reached the top 20. Turn It Up peaked at number six on the UK Albums Chart and was certified double Platinum by the British Phonographic Industry, with sales in excess of 600,000 copies.
The album was re-released as Turn It Up Louder on 18 October 2010. It was preceded by the release of "Broken Arrow" as its lead single, and includes nine other bonus songs. In 2010, it was reported that Interscope Records was planning to release Turn It Up in the United States with new songs in early 2011, which never materialised.
Saade, Vol. 1
Saade Vol. 1 is the second studio album from Swedish singer Eric Saade. It was first released on 29 June 2011 in Sweden and Norway.
The HOPE Song
Leave A Mark
Oh Hell No
Make Your Own Luck
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