Adele 25

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News Added May 06, 2014 If the thought of Phil Collins teaming up with Adele for new music was enough to push you over the edge, this might help. To celebrate turning 26 yesterday, Adele posted the following photo on her Twitter, featuring the caption: "Bye bye 25… See you again later in the year […]

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If the thought of Phil Collins teaming up with Adele for new music was enough to push you over the edge, this might help. To celebrate turning 26 yesterday, Adele posted the following photo on her Twitter, featuring the caption: "Bye bye 25… See you again later in the year x" As you'll probably know, her first two albums (19 and 21) were named after the age she was when she recorded them, so it seems likely that 25 could follow. Expect your local supermarket to be plastered with copies of 25 at some point this year. (via The 405)

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Album and Tour Confirmed

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World Music Awards' Twitter confirmed that Adele will begin touring in 2015 after the release of new album "25". Release date of new album is not yet confirmed.

Autumn Release?

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According to the latest issue of the Rolling Stone, the album is set for an autumn release. It's part of their "Must Hear Albums". It's not been confirmed by the management.

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Everything We Know About Adele's Long-Awaited New Album

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Adele's new album is set to be released in November. Featuring Danger Mouse, Max Martin, Tobias Jesso Jr. , and OneRepublic’s Ryan Tedder.

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Adele’s New Album Is Reportedly Coming Out This Fall

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It's been too long since we've heard new music from Adele and now some good news is in sight. While Pharrell told Ryan Seacrest earlier this summer that he is working with the singer on her new album, a release date may now be in sight as well. According to Billboard, the follow up to her chart-dominating, Diamond-selling sophomore album 21 could see a release this November. While Adele teased her new album 25 last year, her label XL Recordings remained tight-lipped on the subject. In addition to Pharrell, Danger Mouse, Max Martin, Tobias Jesso Jr. and Ryan Tedder have all contributed to the album.

Ed Sheeran told U.K.'s Capital FM back in July "I haven't heard [Adele's album], but everyone I know who've worked on it is just like, 'Dude... that record!' Apparently, it's really good." With hits like "Rumour Has It" and "Rolling In The Deep" still holding up four years after they're release, we don't doubt it.

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Album teaser on U.K. Tv

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http://www.ok.co.uk/celebrity-news/adele-unveils-new-music-during-xfactor

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Adele confirms album title

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Adele has released a lengthy letter via her Twitter, apologizing for the wait and to confirm that the album is indeed titled 25. She describes the new album as a "make up record" but doesn't reveal any release details.

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Track list (Standard):

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1. Hello
2. Send My Love (To Your New Lover)
3. I Miss You
4. When We Were Young
5. Remedy
6. Water Under The Bridge
7. River Lea
8. Love In The Dark
9. Million Years Ago
10. All I Ask
11. Sweetest Devotion

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Track list (Target Deluxe):

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1. Hello
2. Send My Love (To Your New Lover)
3. I Miss You
4. When We Were Young
5. Remedy
6. Water Under The Bridge
7. River Lea
8. Love In The Dark
9. Million Years Ago
10. All I Ask
11. Sweetest Devotion
12. Can’t Let Go
13. Lay Me Down
14. Why Do You Love Me

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Hello (Official Video)

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"Hello" on Spotify and TIDAL

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Stream "Hello" on Spotify or TIDAL now:

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/track/1MDoll6jK4rrk2BcFRP5i7

TIDAL:http://tidal.com/track/52901260

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Available Pre-order

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Amazon.com has an available pre-order, with the track "Hello" already available for purchase.

*World Record Broken*

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Adele is picking up right where she left off—smashing sales records. The English singer’s new single, “Hello,” sold 1.1 million copies in the U.S. its first week, which sets a new record for the biggest one-week sales tally in digital history. The old record was held by Flo Rida’s “Right Round,” which sold 636K downloads in is first week in February 2009.

Here are seven other records that “Hello” has just set.

1. “Hello” squashed the old record for the biggest one-week sales by a female artist in the U.S. That was held by Taylor Swift’s “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together,” which sold 623K copies in its first week in August 2012. As with “Hello,” which is the first single from Adele’s upcoming third album, 25, “We Are Never Ever…” was the first single from Swift’s fourth album, Red

2. “Hello” sold more than twice as many copies in the U.S. as any other song has in a single week in 2015. The old record was held by “See You Again” by Wiz Khalifa featuring Charlie Puth, which sold 464K copies in its peak week in April.

3. “Hello” sold more than four times as many copies in the U.S. in its first week as Adele’s 2012 hit, “Skyfall.” That ballad, which brought Adele both an Oscar and a Grammy, started with sales of 261K copies. “Skyfall” took 11 weeks to sell as many copies as “Hello” did in its first week alone. (That was rightly seen as a side project, rather than the official start of Adele’s return to music.)

4. “Hello” debuts at No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot 100 (which combines digital sales, radio airplay and streaming data). Adele is only the second English artist ever to enter that flagship chart at No. 1, following Elton John, who achieved the feat with the aforementioned “Candle In The Wind 1997.” It’s Adele’s fourth No. 1, following “Rolling In the Deep,” “Someone Like You” and “Set Fire to the Rain.”

5. “Hello” got a record-smashing 27 million Vevo views in its first 24 hours. The old record was held by Taylor Swift featuring Kendrick Lamar, whose “Bad Blood” clip notched 20.1 million views on May 17.

6. “Hello” set a new single-day U.S. streaming record, with 2.3 million streams. The previous record-holder was One Direction’s “Drag Me Down,” which racked up 1.8 million U.S. streams in its first day.

7. “Hello” entered The Official U.K. Singles Chart at No. 1. It’s Adele’s second song to reach No. 1 in her home country. The first was “Someone Like You.” “Hello” moved 333K “equivalent units” in the U.K. (a figure that combines 259K downloads and 7.32 million streams). The Official UK Charts Company reports that this is the biggest weekly total for a “regular” No. 1 hit since Shaggy’s “It Wasn’t Me” sold 345K copies in one week back in 2001. (This excludes major charity campaign singles, No. 1 hits during Christmas week and initial singles by winners of TV’s X Factor and Pop Idol.

Adele at the BBC, November 20th.

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(I don't know why the BBC took down the promo video from youtube but...)

On November 20th, the release date of Adele's most-awaited thrid album, the BBC will broadcast a world-exclusive entertainment show hosted by Graham Norton.

In this one-off, hour-long special, Adele will perform classic tracks as well as songs from her eagerly awaited new album '25', accompanied by her live band, as well as chat to Graham about her career and life to date.

It will be Adele’s first television performance since she performed ‘Skyfall’ at the 85th Academy Awards in February 2013.

Adele says: "I can't wait for the show. The BBC has been wonderful to me over the years and Graham and I get on great so it's going to be a laugh."

Graham Norton says: “This is the music event of the year and I'm thrilled to be part of bringing it to BBC One. This opportunity to spend an hour with Adele, her music and her stories is a truly rare treat. If I wasn't hosting this special I'd be sat at home watching it!”

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Hello (Live at the NRJ Awards)

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Available Target Pre-Order

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When You Pre-Order '25' From The Target Website, You Get 3 Extra Tracks "Cant Let Go" "Lay Me Down" & "Why Do You Love Me"

When We Were Young (Live at The Church)

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Downloads: Stay cautious of fake torrents & links!

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As of now, there are numerous fake downloads floating around, including sites which claim to have the full Adele 25 album. I'm aware that it's tempting to try a download link, but if this page doesn't confirm a leak: Don't trust the torrent- and the file sharing sites. If you're unsure, scroll down to the comment section below to read confirmation from other Adele fans. And stay away from "surveys" as they are aimed towards grabbing your email address, install malicious apps or get your credit card info. File sharing sites such as Uploaded.net or Turbobit do not take responsibility for the files shared, keep that in mind! And don't forget to support Adele, but that's a given.

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Confirmed, It's Out!

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Since this is such a highly anticipated album - I just wanted to out that it's definitely out there. You're welcome to pose any questions, except where to get a download link, at the Has it Leaked Twitter account.

The source link also includes people's initial reaction to the album.

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