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New Album Release

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[…]