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    Songs of Mass Destruction - New Annie Lennox Album Release Soon

    Madonna to appear on new Annie Lennox Album
    News Article posted on: July 19, 2007 I 13.05 CET
    Arista Records It's been rumoured for some time and now it's finally confirmed via the Official Press-Release from Annie Lennox's record company Arista Records: Madonna will indeed appear on Annie Lennox's next studio album 'Songs of Mass Destruction' which will be released on October 2, 2007.

    Here's the complete Press-Release: Multi-million selling, iconic artist Annie Lennox will release her fourth solo album, "Songs Of Mass Destruction," on October 2nd, 2007 through Arista Records.
    The album was recorded in London, Los Angeles and Miami with veteran producer Glen Ballard.

    "Songs Of Mass Destruction" showcases an artist who is unafraid of pushing boundaries and challenging herself. Annie delivers thought provoking and intelligent lyrics matched with her distinctive pop sound.
    She says that this album is the closest she's been so far to that authentically raw and emotional place, infused with the contrasts of beauty, yearning and sadness. The result, from the haunting introductory song, "Dark Road" to the closing epic, "Fingernail Moon", is a sumptuous musical soundscape within which Annie's soulful voice shines and soars.

    In addition to being an incredibly successful artist, Annie is a celebrated activist and humanitarian. The new album features the soaring and powerful feminist anthem "Sing", born out of Annie's involvement with Nelson Mandela's 46664 and Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) - organizations fighting for human rights, education and health care for those affected by the HIV AIDS virus.

    The track "Sing" features 23 of the most recognized and successful female solo artists in the world, invited by Annie, to raise awareness and finances for TAC initiatives.

    Included among the group are superstars such as Madonna, Sarah McLachlan, Celine Dion, Fergie, Faith Hill, Pink, Dido, Gladys Knight, kd Lang, Angelique Kidjo, Bonnie Raitt, Shakira, Melissa Etheridge, Anastasia, Joss Stone, KT Tunstall and many others, as well as TAC activist members own vocal group known as "The Genetics", whose CD of music inspired Annie to make "Sing" a reality.

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    BUMP! It's coming out soon:

    Another gem from a musical genius.

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