Lulu's Album (US title It's Lulu) is an album by British pop singer Lulu, released in 1969. Despite promotion from her TV show, Lulu and recently winning the Eurovision Song Contest, this album failed to chart. Her biggest British solo hit, Eurovision winner Boom Bang-a-Bang, was not included on the album despite recently hitting N. in the UK singles chart. The song that placed 3rd in the A Song for Europe heats, Come September was featured on the track list.
The Future is the ninth studio album by Canadian singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen, released in 1992. After touring successfully in support of his "comeback" album I'm Your Man (1988), Cohen took a year off to help his son Adam convalesce after a serious car accident in the West Indies left the young man in a coma for four months. Cohen also began a romantic relationship with the actress Rebecca De Mornay.
Lulu Rouge are back with their 2nd album. This time they take that deep melancholic sound they have become known for, and progress it to the next breathtaking level. This means more intense vocal tracks next to their trademark powerful instrumentals. New and unique talents such as rising Danish indie star Asbjørn and mega cool Icelandic born Fanney Osk have been working closely with Lulu Rouge, uniting their edgy and mindful lyrics with equally intense soundscapes - a marriage made in electronica heaven.
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