Former Bros star Matt Goss has been given a comeback boost - top producer KENNETH 'Babyface' EDMONDS wants to work on his new solo album. The R+B mogul jumped at the chance to work with the one-time pin-up, who recorded 1980s hits like DROP THE BOY and WHEN WILL I BE FAMOUS with brother Luke and guitarist CRAIG LOGAN, after hearing comeback single It'S THE END OF THE ROAD. The tune was picked up as one of the themes of new US reality TV contest SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE. Goss is inspired by his latest producer because he thinks he and Edmonds share a similar work ethic. He says, "I think we're both fairly sharp people on the outside but really mad on the inside... It's nice to be in the studio with someone you trust. "I don't have to worry about him not overlooking something because he's a perfectionist."
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