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Watch: Melanie C – Think About It

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When former Spice Girl Melanie C said her new album would be more pop and dance-oriented, she wasn’t lying. While her 1999 debut album ‘Northern Star’ was a big success, subsequent (rockier) albums failed to make the same chart impact.

Her new single however is very in keeping with the radio friendly sound by the likes of Katy Perry, Britney Spears and Kelly Clarkson. ‘Think About It‘ is the second single from Melanie’s 5th album ‘The Sea‘, which will be available for purchase from 4th September.

In a recent Q&A session on her website she said:

“I really feel this could be the best album of my career. I’ve worked with great writers, got fantastic songs and I’m really excited about the production. After working in the theatre my voice is in pretty good shape and following a long break after having my little girl and my theatre run, I’ve been feeling even more inspired.” {Source}

The album features collaborations from Cutfather, Jodie Harsh, Adam & Martin Brammer, Ina Wrolsden and Jez Ashurst.


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    6 Responses to “Watch: Melanie C – Think About It”

    1. Justin Your-Mind 15. Jul, 2011 at 11:44 pm

      This feels so Madonna "Ray of Light." Having said that, I'm totally on board.

    2. Philip Kitson 16. Jul, 2011 at 8:49 am

      LOVE IT….hope it gets radio airplay.

    3. Love Love Love! About time Mel returned to form! x

    4. Amazing! Mel will going to kick a** this time! It's time to get that #1 again!

    5. Leigh Jackson 18. Jul, 2011 at 7:53 pm

      brilliant.. welcome back mel x.

    6. Alfonso Rodríguez Castañón 21. Jul, 2011 at 7:08 pm

      love it