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Adele And Damon Albarn In The Studio

Adele reaching the bottom of the barrel

Adele reaching the bottom of the barrel

“Damon and Adele had a chat about her new album and they could work together in future. He has produced and written brilliant pop songs for Gorillaz and slower material for acts such as Bobby Womack. He has advice to give from 25 years in the business.”

That’s a source talking to the Sun about the godawful Damon Albarn working on the surreally overrated Adele’s third, always a bridesmaid never a bride, called at least 26 by the time it is released. Damon is  just the kiss of death, he is way too pretentious and destroys everything he touches (pace Bobby Womack)  and Adele seems paralyzed by the process, there is too much at stake and she wants to cover all her bases (not to mention demographics) and so she is spending way too much and we all know what happens when you spend years on an album…

What happens you is over homogenize the sucker till whatever reason you have for wanting to record it, whatever sense of spontaneity dead and buried. Mean while Phil Collins says the stuff he worked with Adele on has been dumped and (according to People Magazine)

OneRepublic rocker-megaproducer Ryan Tedder confirmed to MSN Music that he’s returned to work with her again.

“I’ve heard everything we’ve done, and I’m proud of it, or prouder of anything we did on the first album, and she is sounding even better than ever,” he said.

However, even he admits to being kept slightly in the dark!

“She will deliver the album on her own timetable, at her own pace,” he added. “And the only person that will ever declare it finished will be her, when she decides it’s finished.”

So we wait and meanwhile… congrats to Adele for refusing to participate in the asinine “Don’t They Know It’s Christmas”… Sir Bob can suck on that.


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