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Kelly Clarkson goes rock
Kelly Clarkson's next album is inspired by Muse and Garbage. The 'My Life Would Suck Without You' singer says she has started work on a new LP and is promising a dramatically different direction to her previous efforts. She said: "We're already working on it but it's probably not going to hit until, like, the fourth quarter of next year - around Christmas next year. "There's still some like singer/songwriter stuff on the album, but there's... I don't know. It's almost like Garbage-meets-pop-meets-Muse. It's a little different." However, Kelly also said she is only in the early stages of the recording process and doesn't know how the finished tracks will turn out. She added to Q100 radio: "I don't know how it's going to end up. Who knows?" she said. "It always ends up being something completely different." In between working on her album, Kelly is also writing for other artists - but finds it hard giving the songs away. She admitted recently: "So we've been writing for other artists but then I end up liking it so much that I can't give them away."Posted on 18 Dec 2009 07:30 to category : Music News
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