Cool! So we'll just have to wait and "hear" for that track The samples on their website sound awesome, I just heard the same clip of "Arrival of the Queen of Sheba" my first time hearing that piece and it's a masterpiece :applaud:
I have only had their first album for a week and I can hardly stop playing it, so for the next album to be coming out so soon it's like a double feast for me.
I was particularly interested to read that 'The Scientist' is a cover of the Coldplay version, that is one of my favorite songs ever and I think that it is a fantastic choice to cover for the girls. I really can't wait to hear their version.
Cool so it is!! Awesome! cuz Coldplay is my one of my favorite bands :applaud: Yeah, they're albums are not available in the states but I got mine shipped from the UK, and will be doing the same for their upcoming album.
I'm not sure why it has 'The Choirboys' listed on most of them? Think it might be a mistake on 7digitals part.
They all sound beautiful, Coldplay's 'The Scientist' sounds much better than what I imagined it would which I am delighted about that. Lament (Band of Brothers) is simply stunning. And of course there is the wonderful ' Nothing Compares 2 U' and 'The Sound Of Silence' which you have already heard.
Sancte Deus (Nimrod) is one of my favourite All Angels songs, even though it was on the second edition of the first album I am delighted it has been included on the second album.
Every weekday, round 10am, we showcase the CD of the Week.
W/c 19 November
With a platinum debut album under the belt, All Angels return this year with their follow-up, Into Paradise.
The disc includes arrangements of classical favourites such as Elgar's Nimrod and Handel's Arrival of the Queen of Sheba, alongside music by a range of contemporary composers - including the beautiful Pie Jesu by our very own John Brunning.
This CD is released on 26th November - but you can hear it first on Classic FM this week. Mark Forrest will be choosing an excerpt from the album every weekday morning, just after 10.