Competition: Win All Saints and Jake Shears albums!
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All Saints are back – with their new album Testament. The record sees the band collaborating once again with producer William Orbit, the force behind their massive hits Pure Shores and Black Coffee. The group have sold more than 12 million records, scored five No.1 singles, three hit albums and earned two BRITs. After a hiatus and short-lived reunion, All Saints returned in 2016 with their successful, critically acclaimed Red Flag, which reached No.3 in the Official UK Albums Chart.
We have five copies of the album to give away. Click here and answer the following question for a chance to win this great prize…
All Saints’ self-titled 1997 debut peaked at No.2 in the charts, but can you name one of the No.1 singles from the album?
A. Bootie Call
B. Boots & Boys
C. My Adidas
Jake Shears has just unveiled his debut self-titled album. The 12-track LP was conceived following Scissor Sisters’ hiatus in 2012, when Shears – after a few lost years in Los Angeles – found a new muse and home in New Orleans.
The result is a thrilling return that plays with some of the hallmarks of classic pop and marries them with Jake’s inimitable point of view, humour, and irresistible hooks.
Initial work was started at the city’s famed Marigny Studios, before Shears went to Louisville, Kentucky, to record the album with Kevin Ratterman (Ray LaMontagne, My Morning Jacket) at his La La Land studio. Ratterman assembled renowned local musicians, including members of My Morning Jacket, VHS Or Beta, Jim James’ solo band, and Floating Action to lay down the foundations of the record.
We have five copies of the album to give away. Click here and answer the following question for the chance to win this great prize…
Where did Scissor Sisters’ founders Jake Shears and Scott Hoffman meet?
A. Las Vegas
B. New York City