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Way back in November, we were pumped to hear that U2's new album was almost complete, with the help of key collaborator Danger Mouse.
While the main album sounded like it should be pret-ty good, we were especially excited for the additional dance CD release, which we learned would "run as an additional album," featuring collaborations with will.i.am, David Guetta, and RedOne.
Now, we're bummed to hear that not only is the album delayed until 2012, but U2 is dropping the "futuristic" tracks they put together with RedOne!
Here's what U2 bassist Adam Clayton had to say about it:
"We had to have a meeting and look at the schedule to see if we could pick up any extra time to work on it. We just realized that we couldn't. To be honest, everyone was a bit gutted. But it was the only sensible decision."
"We have to focus on what we do best, and the work we did with Danger Mouse came closest to that. In the end, the thing we did with RedOne doesn't feel like the right fit."
So what about the rest of the dance stuff? Is that not happening anymore??? That would be such a shame! Sounded like a VERY cool idea to us!
What do U think about U2's delay and changes to their album? Do U approve?
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PerezHilton.com has been given an exclusive look at the cover art for Pitbull's upcoming album Planet Pit (above), and we've got lots of new deets on the all-star team of artists and producers collaborating on this release!
All-star producers that have collaborated on Planet Pit include Afrojack, Benny Blanco, Dr. Luke, Max Martin, David Guetta, RedOne, Polow Da Don and DJ Frank E.
Wowsa! Looks like he's got one hell of a team for this one!
Here's what Pitbull aka Armando Christian Pérez had to say about his upcoming album via press release:
"It embodies a bit of everywhere I’ve been. I’m trying to be the ambassador; the bridge builder who brings elements from all over the world and puts it all together so it sounds like nothing you’ve ever heard before."
"When the congas are pounding and the bass is thumping behind me, nothing can touch me."
Sounds fantastic! We can't wait to hear it!
While promoting his upcoming album, Pitbull's also done a cover story for Latina magazine, where he talks about his influences, as well as several other subjects.
Are U pumped for Pitbull's upcoming album Planet Pit?
Again, another fantastic song on its way with an inspired message!
Fernando Garibay, who co-produced Lady GaGa's smash single, Born This Way, recently spoke out about the singer's upcoming track, Judas, and claims that although it's more traditionally the singer's style than its predecessor, it has a powerful statement in its lyrics!
"'Judas' is produced by RedOne and GaGa, obviously, and it's a statement about - again I can't speak for her - but what I gather is it's about sometimes not choosing the right choice. But you can't deny that the choice is not a part of you and who you are. 'Judas' is a dance song, definitely. I think 'Judas' is in the traditional RedOne/GaGa vein. It's great because it's a serious message, it's a little playful, but still serious, but still somehow you wind up dancing to it. That's what's great about her music. You know, like, my favorite songs of all time, dance songs - 'Billie Jean' is a story you wouldn't think of singing but then you wind up dancing and singing the lyrics. I think that's the holy grail of music for me, which is dance."
It certainly sounds as though this song hits a very sincere and familiar chord, to which many can relate, that expands upon her theme with the lead single!
We cannot wait for this to hit the airwaves! It's going to be EPIC!
What do U think?? Are U excited for Judas??
“The only thing we do is we get into the studio and suddenly magic happens. We never over-think, or we just do what we do. That’s how it all started. With ‘Just Dance,' we did it in one hour. There was no over-thinking. Even though I remember when we did ‘Poker Face,’ people said musically it brought something new to the music and you won’t be able to top it, we went into the studio and we did ‘Bad Romance’ on a bus.
That explains how we do it, so I can’t tell you anything about what’s coming but that’s what we do. We just get in and do music we love and feel it, and thank God it comes out good.”
And we can't wait to hear the magic for ourselves!
Looks like you're in pretty good hands with your next album, J. Lo!
Here's what RedOne had to say about working with J. Lo:
"Musically, I'm trying to combine all the elements that makes her who she is. We connected, and it was easy to work together."
More from RedOne:
"She's in another headspace. She's very positive and content. She knows what she wants to do."
So far, it looks like RedOne and J. Lo have recorded almost eight tracks together.
We're excited to hear what you two have come up with! We're sure we'll be impressed!
Do U think RedOne will help J. Lo release a phenomenal album?
[Images via WENN.]