Monday’s Forthcoming Releases [Part I]

GEORGE MICHAEL ‘December Song [I Dreamed Of Christmas]’ [Release Date 14/12/2009]
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To coincide with the holiday season and by public demand, George Michael will release a brand new version of his single 'December Song' on the 14th December on Island Records. George Michael produced and arranged 'December Song', which was co-written with his long time collaborator David Austin. A beautiful ballad, it is the first Christmas record he has released since the iconic 1984 classic 'Last Christmas', which has now become synonymous with the holiday season and a favourite worldwide.

CHERYL COLE featuring WILL.I.AM ‘3 Words’ [Release Date 21/12/2009]

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'3 Words' is probably the centrepiece of the album '3 Words' and rightly so… it's a gob-stopping, robo-pop, R&B duet that stops you in your tracks! "I still can't quite believe that that song is mine," says Cheryl now, justifiably chuffed with the results. Cheryl Cole releases her new single '3 Words' on December 21st 2009 through Fascination Records. The single sees her collaborate with Black Eyed Peas frontman Will.I.Am. As well as co-writing the song with her he also shares lead vocals. '3 Words' has a lean sound which straddles an imaginary dancefloor somewhere between Ibiza and South Beach, Miami, welding it to a lyric that sounds as if it were crafted from the finer end of a Geordie text message. The song has already been picked by many as the highlight from Cheryl's recently-released album. The Guardian said "It's as brave and novel a song as anything [Girls Aloud] have released."
  

GIRLS ALOUD / VARIOUS ARTISTS ‘St Trinians 2: The Legend Of Fritton's Gold’ [Release Date 14/12/2009]

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The soundtrack to St Trinian's 2: The Legend of Fritton's Gold, is out December 14th and features three solo tracks from Girls Aloud star Sarah Harding.

St. Trinian's the infamous school for 'young ladies', is back for more high jinks and a new school term, bringing a new soundtrack along for the ride. Following on from the phenomenal success of 2007's St. Trinian's which grossed $25 million at the UK box office alone. 'St. Trinian's 2: The Legend Of Fritton's Gold' is back bigger and better and the soundtrack to accompany the film will be out on 14th December through Fascination Records.

Girls Aloud star Sarah Harding not only has a starring role in the film – alongside Rupert Everett, Colin Firth, David Tennant, Tamsin Egerton and Gemma Arterton – she also has three solo songs featured on the soundtrack, which includes the fun, feisty Xenomania-penned tracks 'Too Bad' and 'Make It Easy' plus a cover of David Bowie's 'Boys Keep Swinging'. Sarah's solo offering is a welcome addition to a soundtrack chocked full of thumping, entertaining anthems for schoolgirls up and down the country.

The soundtrack also boasts the launch of The Banned of St Trinian's – the Xenomania produced girl group appear in the film and perform 4 original tracks, mixing pop and rock The Banned are a great new discovery. No St Trinian's album would be complete without a new rendition of the raucous theme song re-mixed for 2009 by The Banned. Other highlights on the album include Florence + The Machine, The Saturdays, Noisettes, Girls Can't Catch and Dragonette.

'St. Trinian's 2: The Legend Of Fritton's Gold' is released nationwide December 18th. The film sees the schoolgirls start a new term amidst the usual chaos and excitement. Rupert Everett returns as unconventional headmistress Camilla Fritton with Colin Firth as her old flame Geoffrey Thwaites. A rollercoaster-style treasure hunt for the legendary Fritton's Gold ensues as they face their most fearsome establishment rivals yet, but the feisty and ever-resourceful girls of St Trinian's are undeterred in their mission to outwit the villainous Pomfrey (David Tennant) and his sidekicks from the women-hating secret society known as AD1.

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