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Erasure New Album Details

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The guys of Erasure keep cranking out new albums. There's nothing that seems to stop them! Right on the heels of their acoustic "Union Street" CD and Andy Bell's solo album, the British duo is gearing up to release their brand-new studio album "Light At The End Of The World" on March 22 on Mute.  First single taken from the album "I Could Fall In Love With You" will be released in conjuntion with the record.

A press release describes the new CD as "a potent return to classic, totally electronic Erasure form as last heard on 2005’s "Nightbird."

"Light At The End Of The World" was written and recorded  at a private home in the U.S. in Maine which Clarke and Bell, alongside producer Gareth Jones (Depeche Mode, Nick Cave), converted into a recording studio.  It was here over a month's time during the fall of 2006, they wrote and recorded ten new songs.

(Oh, and that's a vintage Erasure photo of course.)

February 7, 2007 in Music News | Permalink

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Vintage and airbrushed to death. :)

But this is fantastic news! I lost interest after Nightbird unfortunately.

Posted by: asiak at Feb 8, 2007 4:02:08 AM

erasure sucks, sucks, SUCKS. they have recorded a few good individual songs over the past decade, but their albums are so bad they are almost unlistenable. and they are clueless when it comes to hiring people to remix their music. the remixes are ALWAYS bad. i don't think i have heard an erasure track in a club in 15 years.

Posted by: kirby at Feb 10, 2007 2:51:10 PM

You bitch! ERASURE is the best group ever!!!!!!! Love them to death and their new single rocks!! Keep the good work guys.

Posted by: Synthpop at Feb 15, 2007 3:44:32 PM

Asiak's obviously not a musician
unfortunate some people still can't seem to enjoy the genius in Erasure
best song-writers of my generation

Posted by: Tristan at May 13, 2009 4:10:18 PM

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