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Listen to New Private "We Got Some Breaking Up To Do"

Everybody's buzzing about Private.

Check out "We Got Some Breaking Up To Do," another mighty fine and delicious pop ditty from the Danish trio. It features more of Thomas Troelsen's '80s throwback vocals, quirky sound effects and swirling synth riffs.

The track is taken from the group's debut album "My Secret Lover" that is out in Danish record stores now.

With the global demand for the group increasing, the big question is when Universal plans to release the CD in other countries. Currently, the record is exclusively available for purchase in Danish (download) stores (like here and here), but only in DRM-protected WMA format.

This is one of those cases that big record labels simply don't get it. If the demand is out there, simply make it available digitally. Minimal effort for them, maximum satisfaction for music lovers. Plus, it will limit the illegal downloading that they are so worried about. (A big thank you to Thomas for allowing me to share this track on ArjanWrites.com.)

November 2, 2007 in Private | Permalink

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Am totally in love with the Private album. I couldn't agree with you more about what you said about the big record labels getting us music lovers what we want. I'll make sure to buy my copy legally once it's out but until then...I'm enjoying my downloaded copy ;)

Posted by: EQ at Nov 2, 2007 8:09:09 AM

The Private track is great, sort of a combination of Wa Wa Nee and Jermaine Stewart.

Cheers,

KulPop

Posted by: KulPop at Nov 2, 2007 4:23:04 PM

I love this album. Definitely check out "I Can't Wait." It's one of the best tracks on there. Great to dance to.

Posted by: Zac at Nov 4, 2007 7:33:50 PM

I too am in total love with this album. Sadly though, I had to download it off one of those naughty blogs because I couldn't find it anywhere else. Everyone that hears it loves it. Great pop music that gets better with every listen.

I just bought the physical CD from CD-WOW.com though. I should have it in a few weeks. Universal needs to get their crap together and release this in mp3 format somewheres though. They are losing a ton of money by not having it out there in the world to enjoy.

Posted by: Brent at Nov 6, 2007 7:26:39 AM