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Alison Moyet’s Deluxe Reissues Win Critical Praise

The Deluxe Editions of Alison Moyet’s first four albums, Alf, Raindancing, Hoodoo and Essex (released by BMG on 25th November 2016) have received much critical approval. Classic Pop Magazine gave the reissues 6 out 6 stars, Gay Times and Attitude both awarded them 5 out 5 and Scunthorpe Telegraph 10 out of 10.[…]

Deluxe Edition of Alf

Following an early involvement in Southend punk bands and the hit synth pop duo Yazoo, Alison’s debut solo album Alf was released 5 th November 1984, titled in reference to her teenage nickname. The eagerly-anticipated Deluxe edition of Alison’s quadruple platinum #1 album, is remastered from the original tapes and[…]

Deluxe Edition of Raindancing

Alison’s second album, Raindancing, was a hit in the UK, reaching number two in the charts and staying in the Top 40 for an impressive 35 weeks. The Deluxe edition of Alison’s poppiest album, is remastered from the original tapes and will contain rare and previously unreleased music – featuring[…]

Deluxe Edition of Hoodoo

For her third solo album Moyet wanted to get back to her roots, to a more organic way of singing. “It’s an anger album. There is energy and aggression to the songs. I’d had some shitty break-ups and was in that dark place where you go when you’ve been embattled.[…]

Deluxe Edition of Essex

Essex was released a decade after Alf made her an international star and it was to be both Alison’s last full-length studio album for eight years and the last Sony would release. The Deluxe Edition, featuring the original album plus a wealth of material from the remainder of her time with Sony,[…]

Deluxe Edition of The Turn

Poppy and dark, simple and soaringly orchestrated The Turn was a unique creation of surprising variety and exceptional depth, that found Moyet at an adventurous new creative peak. Q called it “classic Moyet” whilst Evening Standard dubbed it “an album worthy of her fabulously expressive voice”. This Deluxe Edition also features the terrific[…]

Deluxe Edition of Voice

With Voice, Alison made a radical diversion and recorded an album of songs by other composers that she loved, with the intention of concentrating on her instrument alone – minus the songwriting she was synonymous for. Voice marked a first for Alison, as it featured a classical orchestra and was produced and arranged[…]

Deluxe Edition of Hometime

The Brit-nominated Hometime featured several songs co-written with Alison’s long time collaborator Pete Glenister. It was produced by The Insects, whose co-writing credits include Massive Attack and Madonna. On Hometime, The Sunday Times said “Moyet’s voice is simply unbelievable”, Mojo called it “magnificent” and The Independent declared “it may be her[…]