Friday, 21 January 2011

Sugababes busy in The studio today with The Invisible Men

Thanks to @LastSugababe again for the heads up , looks like The InvisibleMenUK have been working with the Sugababes on and off since 9th December !

 From @InvisibleMenUk
@Amelle_berrabah dropping the vocal bomb!

@Heidi_range knows how to lay into those vocals!

Great having you down at the studio @JadeEwen

    From @Heidi_Range On my way to studio, looking forward to some new music! X

    From @Heidi_Range to @InvisibleMenUk Great day, thanks. See you soon x

    From @InvisibleMenUk  to  @Heidi_range was on point

    Also Amelle has been chatting to the press today as well according to @ErasureFace :-

    "My ol mate Amelle Berrabah is with us today doing press interviews - she lookin hot too!"

    The Invisible Men

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    The Invisible Men


    The Invisible Men are a songwriting and production trio based in London. The team is composed of Jason Pebworth and George Astasio (former members of the band Orson) and Jon Shave (former member of Xenomania).
    Orson sold over a million copies of their debut album, reached no. 1 in both the UK singles and album charts, and received the Brit Award for Best Breakthrough Act 2007. As a member of Xenomania, Jon Shave contributed to a string of top 10 hit singles, including co-writing "The Show" for Girls Aloud.
    Recently, The Invisible Men have been working with Jessie J, The Noisettes, I Blame Coco, Olly Murs, Gabriella Cilmi, Sugababes & VV Brown.
    Their recent collaboration with Jessie J created Jessie's first single "Do It Like A Dude" and "Who's Laughing Now". Both tracks were co-produced with Parker & James; the fresh production duo behind the beats of "Oopsy Daisy" by Chipmunk.
    The Invisible Men recently set up their own label through Island Records to sign and develop their own roster of artists.

    Writer's discography


    Tracks featured on the following albums:


    A selection of co-writes and productions:

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