Discussion in 'Comeback corner' started by MarlonBrando86, Jan 10, 2016.
I meant the album!!!
Of course I did.
I doubt they will release his album without another hit. Look how they pushed back the original album. I have a feeling nothing will come until 2020.
They've probably given up on getting another hit and are just washing their hands of the material a la Icarus Falls.
Hopefully it won't be as long though, I can't imagine hatelistening to 25 Liam Payne songs.
Well if they’re waiting for another hit I’m not sure if a 2020 album is happening
It's been more than 2 years since "Strip That Down" was a massive hit and his record company lost the plot. I fucking hate this absurd label rule of waiting for a "My Heart Will Go On"-esque sized hit to finally launch an album project.
I can’t believe I just pre-saved something that isn’t coming until December (if at all).
Hope it does collect all of his hits, though. I adore "Bedroom Floor" too much to see it remain orphaned.
I feel like it's probably gonna be a similar situation to Becky Hill's recent album, in which it's more of a hits collection with a handful of extra songs.
Stream the available parts of Get To Know.
Fixed the cover.
Now that is something I could get behind.
... at least the font is consistent.
LIAM PAYNE TO RELEASE HIS DEBUT ALBUM LP1 ON DECEMBER 6
THE HIGHLY-ANTICIPATED RECORD WILL INCLUDE THE SMASH HIT SINGLES “STRIP THAT DOWN”, “FOR YOU” AND “STACK IT UP”
PRE ORDER LP1 HERE: https://liam-payne.lnk.to/LP1PR
Liam Payne will release his highly-anticipated debut album, LP1, on December 6.
Available in CD, vinyl and digital formats, the record will feature all of Liam’s global smash hit singles, as well as new unheard material, and is available to pre-order now.
Hit singles featured on the album include Liam’s debut “Strip That Down” featuring Quavo, which has sold a huge 11.5 million copies worldwide and has been streamed over 1.8 billion times, “Polaroid” which sold two million copies, and most recent single “Stack It Up” featuring American rap star A Boogie wit da Hoodie.
Recorded in a variety of locations across the globe including London, New York and LA, the album has Liam’s signature urban pop sound throughout plus some more stripped back tracks. The record sees him collaborating with a host of A-list producers and writers including Ed Sheeran, Ryan Tedder, Zedd, Jonas Blue, Steve Mac, Joe London, and The Monsters and the Strangerz.
Liam says: “I’m so excited to be releasing my debut album this December! I've had so many amazing experiences over the last few years which I've used as inspiration for this record - it's been a real labour of love. I've worked with some incredibly talented people in the studio to produce an album that truly represents me which I'm very proud of. Your support means the world to me and I can't wait for you all to hear it."
Platinum-selling Liam has sold more than 18 million singles in just two years as a solo artist since leaving One Direction. He has been streamed a staggering total of 3.7 billion times.
The full track-listing for LP1 is:
1. Stack It Up (feat. A Boogie Wit da Hoodie)
3. Heart Meet Break
4. Hips Don’t Lie
5. Tell Your Friends
6. Say It All
7. Rude Hours
8. Live Forever (with Cheat Codes)
10. Both Ways
11. Strip That Down (feat. Quavo)
12. For You (Fifty Shades Freed) (with Rita Ora)
13. Familiar (with J Balvin)
14. Polaroid (with Jonas Blue & Lennon Stella)
15. Get Low (with Zedd)
16. Bedroom Floor
17. All I Want (for Christmas)
I’m... actually here for this. I keep listening to Stack It Up.
Not a fucking Christmas song!!
‘Heart Meets Break’ is one of the worst titles I’ve ever heard.
Site says his store has signed items but nothing listed?
Target's also getting 2 bonus track edition:
Hurting Me** & Before It Ends**
Signed stuff is exclusive to the UK apparently.
Opening with Stack It Up? Clearly more was expected of this song.
And Hips Don't Lue? Shakira cover?
It's funny how all the collaborations are at the end of the album.
Separate names with a comma.