Amy Winehouse, has her hugely anticipated new single 'Rehab' released on October 23rd 2006. Amy, whose universally acclaimed platinum debut 'Frank' established her as one of the most exciting and challenging artists in pop music. Her new album, Back To Black is due for release on October 30th 2006.
Click here to watch the awesome new video from Amy Winehouse for her single 'Rehab'.
Amy's refined new songwriting approach and fearlessness as a lyric writer has been grafted onto some of the most astonishing material of her short career so far. 'Back To Black' sees her teaming up once again with 'Frank' producer Salaam Remi and, for the first time, with New Yorker Mark Ronson (Lily Allen, Robbie Williams and Christina Aguilera).
While the girl-groups of the sixties to which she had become enthralled contained their vocals, Amy can break loose with Aretha-style vocal stylings on 'Just Friends' or by turning the whole idea of drying out into a gospel spiritual on the stunning opener 'Rehab'. 'Love is a Losing Game' is pure classic modern songwriting: brief, to the point and drenched in emotion. Other highlights include the Nas inspired 'Me and Mr Jones', the beautiful 'Wake Up Alone', 'I'm No Good', the personal epiphany that you can behave just as badly as all those guys that have messed you around and stamped all over you, and the bluesy smooch of the title track, 'Back To Black'.
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