Girls Alone

With the recent news of Cheryl Cole‘s plan to record a solo album following the closure of the Aloud‘s Out Of Control Tour, I thought I’d put together my thoughts regarding the possibility for each Aloud’s individual successes if they were ever to go solo.

(Let’s face it, we have to do something to pass the time until the debut of Sophie Ellis-Bextor‘s video for “Heartbreak Make Me A Dancer.”)

Cheryl Cole
Probable Title: My Tyme
Sounds like: Victoria Beckham‘s original solo album; Top 40 “urban” pop
Actual Listenability: 6/10
Public Success: 7/10

Nicola Roberts
Probable Title: Teardrops
Sounds like: Astonishing, breathy quirk-pop; Lykke Li meets Bats For Lashes
Actual Listenability: 10/10
Public Success: 5/10

Sarah Harding
Probable Title: Take It 2 The Top
Sounds like: Cascada; Hi-NRG covers of Girls Aloud favorites
Actual Listenability: 4/10
Public Success: 6/10

Nadine Coyle
Probable Title: Nadine Coyle
Sounds like: Geri Halliwell‘s first solo album; crunchy pop confections, dance tracks, and torch songs.
Actual Listenability: 9/10
Public Success: 8/10

Kimberley Walsh
Probable Title: Wishing and Wishing
Sounds like: Kimberley Locke‘s musical career; covers of musicals and tired jazz standards
Actual Listenabiliy: 6/10
Public Success: 3/10

That sounds about right.

iTunes: Song Of The Week (4/20)

iTunes: Song Of The Week (4/20)

It appears as though US iTunes’ “Song Of The Week” is none

Mix And Madge

Mix And Madge

Twitter can be so useful sometimes

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