Alright, Still [Deluxe] Album

Lily Allen

About Alright, Still [Deluxe]

Alright, Still is the debut studio album by English singer Lily Allen. It was released on 13 July 2006 by Regal Recordings. After being rejected by several record labels, Allen signed to London Records, who eventually lost interest in her, leading her to meet production duo Future Cut and sign to Regal Recordings. Recording for the album began in 2004 with sessions between Allen and Future Cut, and Allen's work garnered publicity on the Internet as she posted demos to her Myspace account before they were officially released. Allen later travelled to the United States to work with Greg Kurstin and Mark Ronson, to complete the final half of the album in 2006. Alright, Still is predominately a pop album, with songs that are heavily influenced by Jamaican ska music, reggae and hip hop. The lyrics are conversational and farcical, while discussing past relationships and a dark sense of humour. Due to the instances of strong language in a great majority of the songs, the album was released with a Parental Advisory warning, although the song "Friday Night" remains censored on all versions of the album. 


Year:
2006
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