This Is A War - All Saints - Red Flag (CD, Album)

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  1. Red Flag is the fourth studio album by English-Canadian girl group All Saints. It was released on 8 April , by London Records, which relaunched especially for the project. It serves as the group's comeback album, their first in nearly a decade, following the release of 's Studio 1, which resulted in them being dropped by Parlophone.
  2. Red Flag by All Saints album reviews & Metacritic score: The first release in nearly a decade for the pop group formed in London features production from Fred Ball, James Draper, The Invisible Men, K-Gee, James Draper.
  3. Apr 08,  · Red Flag is the fourth studio album by English-Canadian girl group All Saints. It was released on 8 April , by London Records, which relaunched especially for the project. It serves as the group's comeback album, their first in nearly a decade, following the release of 's Studio 1, which resulted in them being dropped by Parlophone/5(87).
  4. The discography of the English-Canadian girl group All Saints consists of six studio albums, two compilation albums, one remix album, two video albums and 18 singles between London Records and Parlophone Records.. After the two promotional single-only releases "Silver Shadow" and "Let's Get Started" as All Saints , All Saints renamed, reformed and released their debut single "I Know.
  5. Case in point is title track 'Red Flag', where tribal handclaps and luscious harmonies evoke a breakthrough act leading a new nikokreegoltileshadowkiller.xyzinfo the lyrics bite, the attitude is classic All Saints ferocity.
  6. This album proves that even after a 10 year break All Saints know how to master vocal arrangements and harmonies. This is not just a repeat of the old All Saints' sound; there are many experimental tracks on Red Flag. To quote one of the tracks: this album is "everything that I hoped". Try it out!/5(92).
  7. Now All Saints launch their brand new album Red Flag their first album in a decade. It sounds great to have them back, reminding you of something you had perhaps forgotten you missed quite so much. What is so special about the new record is how contemporary it sounds without ever losing the core essence of All Saints, forever wrapped up in the magical conflagration of their four voices.5/5(9).

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