the supposed tracklisting for Out of Control!
1. The Promise
2. The Loving Kind
3. Rolling Back The Rivers
4. Love Is The Key
5. Turn 2 Stone
7. Fix Me Up
8. Love Is Pain
9. Miss You Bow Wow
10. Revolution In The Head
11. Live In The Country
12. Bonus Track: We Wanna Party.
CHERYL COLE sings a heartfelt song about a cheating partner on the latest GIRLS ALOUD album and pleads “Just be faithful to me”. I’ve had the exclusive first listen to new album Out Of Control and I can report it is yet more pop perfection from the lovely ladies. And on the track about cheating, called Love Is Pain, Cheryl — whose husband ASHLEY did the dirty on her — ends the song with a heartbreaking solo.
The girls, pictured exclusively on the album artwork, sing: “What you are, what you say, it don’t matter to me. “What you know, what you don’t, it don’t matter to me, just be faithful to me.” Then in an emotive solo to end, Cheryl sings: “Love is pain, you’re insane, feel like I could wipe you.” It is a punchy number and will make uncomfortable listening for Chelsea ace Ashley.
The girls have continued their long-running partnership with pop writer and production supremo BRIAN HIGGINS for the album. The rest of the collection has a mixture of ballads and the relentlessly upbeat, catchy hits we have come to expect.
And there are a few surprises thrown in as well. The album ends with drum’n’ bass track Live In The Country about moving to the countryside — complete with farm animal sound effects. The song is clearly heavily influenced by SARAH HARDING, who is a big drum’n’bass fan and has spoken repeatedly about her desire to get away from life in London.
There are a couple of Eighties-inspired tracks and one in particular stands out. The Loving Kind is the result of a collaboration with the PET SHOP BOYS. The team-up came about when NEIL TENNANT was recording in the studio next door. He popped in to say how much he loved the girls and walked out agreeing to work with them.
Miss You Bow Wow and Rolling Back The Rivers are also contenders to be released as singles.
Other album highlights include Revolution In The Head, an infectious dance track which sees NADINE COYLE making her rapping debut.
Drum’n’bass, rapping and animal noises weren’t words I was expecting to be writing in association with the new Girls Aloud CD.
But with these girls’ incredible success, it is all Aloud.
i'm sure whether this is legit or bullshit because it's from The Sun but omggg