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• ' Released: 1 April 2013 • ' Released: 1 July 2013 • ' Released: 14 October 2013 The Minutes (stylised as the minutes) is the eighth studio album by English singer-songwriter, released on 3 May 2013. It is the first album of new material released since 2007's, and a marked return to her electronic roots. While creating album Moyet stated that it was not aimed at the charts, though the album debuted at number five on the with first-week sales of 13,536 copies, Moyet's highest-charting studio album since reached number two in 1987. The Minutes received overwhelmingly positive reviews from music critics, most of whom have referred to the album as her 'best in decades,' or if not, the best of her career. Contents • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Background [ ] Moyet announced on that her new album with would be released in 2012. However, in February 2012, Moyet announced on Twitter that “I appear to have forfeited my recording deal because I won’t do reality TV.

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No-one needs to make an album that badly. Tea anyone?” In a 13 June 2012 interview with Touchbase, Moyet confirmed that she was still recording her album and that she wasn't rushing it, stating she couldn't see it being released before January 2013.

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When describing its sound and theme, Moyet revealed, 'It’s quite dark and definitely not aimed at the charts. It has an electronic bias, but isn’t retro. I’m not listening to anything current or referring back to anything with this album and they [the songs] aren’t influenced by what’s going on. It will stand apart.' On 22 January 2013 it was announced via Moyet's official Facebook page that she had signed a worldwide deal with the London-based record label Cooking Vinyl.

On 31 January 2013 it was revealed in a press release that the album was set to be released in May 2013. Included in the release were quotes from both Rob Collins, and Moyet. 'Alison is a legend and has made an outstanding record on her own terms.

I think a lot of people will be surprised, in a good way, about how amazing the record is. Abba The Definitive Collection Zip. ' — Alison Moyet On 18 February 2013, it was revealed via Facebook that the new album would be titled The Minutes along with one of its tracks 'Changeling' made available as a free download via Moyet's newly relaunched website. The Minutes is described as 'a unique collection of captivating songs that incorporate elements of high-end modern pop, club sounds, R&B and electronic experimentation.' 'I avoided listening to anything during the process of writing and recording this album, choosing instead to be led by my own melodic voice, the one I now find myself with 30-years-in. Guy Sigsworth returns me to a programmer’s world and marries it with perfect musicality. I have been waiting for him.

We have made an album mindless of industry mores that apply to middle-aged women and have shunned all talk of audiences, demographics and advert jazz covers. This has easily been my happiest studio experience.' — Alison In an interview with during his show on 23 March 2013, Moyet explained the meaning behind the album's title: 'Basically, we all feel slightly cheated when our life does not end up being this stream of joy and one thing that you do understand when you come middle aged is that it was never about that, it was always a lie, that it was always about fantastic minutes that are suspended in years, and that’s what this is about. All the years of fighting to make a creative record for myself rather than do a covers album. These are my minutes.'

In a May 2013 interview with, Moyet went onto reveal that she was inspired by the film,. 'Right at the end of the film there's this scene that lifts your spirits immeasurably.

It summed up how I feel at the age of 51, which is that our lives are about brilliant little minutes suspended in years. Bangla Font Moina Normal Free. But those minutes aren't necessarily very dramatic or specific, so I put the album title in small letters.' Moyet also states that she wrote the song 'Filigree' after viewing The Tree of Life and that that's where the reference to 'the minutes' derives. 'I went to see The Tree of Life, it was a rainy weekend afternoon, I was with my husband and it was sort of like we fell into a cinema. There was a line outside, the people were going in and obviously it’s an art house film and these people were leaving in droves.