Friday, July 8, 2011

Erasure: a new album in 2011

The famous duo Erasure has announced the release of a new studio album by the end of 2011. Entitled "Tomorrow's World", the sequel is scheduled for October 3 and will be preceded in September by a first single "When I Start To (Break It All Down)." "Tomorrow's World" will be the fourteenth studio album by English duo Erasure.

Composed by Andy Bell and Vince Clark, this pioneer duo of English pop music returns after four year hiatus and musical album common "Light At The End Of The World." The two friends took a while their separate ways to further evolve their music. All songs by Erasure fans rejoice in advance for this new album.

Authors tubes blazing dynamic melodies, the band Erasure is easily recognizable features arrangements by Vince Clarke and Andy Bell of polyphonic singing. How many of you are aware of the many hits of Erasure. "Sometimes," "Ho Love" and "Breathe", the two magicians of music have made many recipes in English pop music today.

To return to their new album, "Tomorrow's World," Erasure has released some information about the content of the album. The album is slated for release on the famous label "Mute Records" on October 3. The album was written in New York, London, and in the studio with Vince Clarke in June.

Erasure's new album was mixed by Rob Orton, also known for his arrangements of songs by Lady Gaga and the Pet Shop Boys. "Tomorrow's World" Erasure's new album promises to be a beautiful collection of electronic titles. contemporary writings from beginning to end by this magical duo!

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