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December 2, 2015 - Comment

“25” is the highly anticipated new album from Adele, and is her first new music since her Oscar winning single “Skyfall” in 2012. “Hello” is the debut single from “25.” The cinematic video for “Hello” was shot in the countryside surrounding Montreal and is directed by the celebrated young Canadian director Xavier Dolan (Mommy, Tom

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“25” is the highly anticipated new album from Adele, and is her first new music since her Oscar winning single “Skyfall” in 2012.

“Hello” is the debut single from “25.” The cinematic video for “Hello” was shot in the countryside surrounding Montreal and is directed by the celebrated young Canadian director Xavier Dolan (Mommy, Tom at the Farm).

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Ms Bre says:

Adele is happy and it shows in every glorious song. So, get your replay button ready… Adele transcends her previous albums and holds true to her incredible talent. After waiting 4 ½ years for a follow up to her sophomore album we finally get to hear what she’s had in store for us and the wait is well worth it. Her heart has mended and has grown even larger with the addition to her family. You can feel the love in her songs. I read in her Rolling Stone interview that she wrote a bunch of ‘motherly’ songs that but they dumped them, even so, you c an tell that there was something amazing Adele went through since her last album (even if the songs aren’t ‘motherly’).There are 11 gorgeous songs on this album and as fabulous as each song is on its own they form a really cohesive album. Here is my breakdown of the individual songs:1. Hello: This song is her first release and it was just what we needed to get our toes wet again with the lovely sound of Adele. I’ve listened to this a thousand times (pun…

Darren O'Neill says:

Adele Brings Back Her Big Voice And Big Emotions On “25” Adele has to feel the pressure on her to be the savior of a music industry that has seen plummeting sales from anyone not named Taylor Swift. After all, Adele’s last album “21” sold 30 million copies and was an absolute bohemouth. In the wake of such a massive success I guess I cannot blame Adele too much for “25” sounding a lot like “21.”The one thing that shines through here is Adele’s voice, even on a couple tracks that would be less-than-stellar with another singer she brings them home with her pipes. Her vocals are clear and strong and somehow even more confident. Adele co-wrote every one of the 11 songs on the album and does her best to leave her personal touch on all of them.Adele worked with a lot of pop music’s big names including Max Martin, Shellback, Bruno Mars, Ryan Tedder, Greg Kurstin, Paul Epworth, Brian “Danger Mouse” Burton, Samuel Dixon and Tobias Jesso Jr. Some of these collaborations worked better than…

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