Angels & Demons (album)

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Angels & Demons
PeterAndre - Angels and Demons.jpg
Studio album by Peter Andre
Released 29 October 2012 [1]
Recorded 2012
Genre Pop, R&B, dance
Label Snapper Records, Burning Shed
Producer Simon Britton, Ronnie Wilson, Nasri, Jaylien Wesley, Rich King
Peter Andre chronology
Angels & Demons
Big Night
Singles from Angels & Demons
  1. "Bad As You Are"
    Released: 22 October 2012

Angels & Demons is the eighth studio album released by Australian singer-songwriter Peter Andre. The album was released on 29 October 2012, and was preceded by the lead single, "Bad as You Are".

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The tracks on the album "reveal Peter as a stronger, more mature vocalist, as he takes his sound into exciting new musical genres. A move that promises to impress even the most hardened of Andre critics and delight existing fans, whilst simultaneously reaching out to new listening audiences." The album was recorded in both the United Kingdom and United States, and reportedly "hits hard with stronger, more mature vocals and successfully explores surprising new musical dimensions. Moving forward from the uniquely Britishness of his previous album, the album traverses the full musical spectrum." For the album, Andre collaborated with a number of legendary hit writers and producers, including Nasri, known for his work with Justin Bieber, Chris Brown and Simon Britton (Run D.M.C./Boys II Men). [2] [3] He also collaborated with Jaylien Wesley, known for his work with Akon, Cheryl Cole,, etc.

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The Executive Producers of the Album were Simon Britton and Ronnie Wilson. [4]

The album is described as "the record which brings Peter's musical career to its absolute pinnacle. With a substantial marketing campaign in place to support the launch, Andre seizes this fresh opportunity to present us all with something totally new. New label, new image, incredible new sound." [5] The album will be supported by a nationwide 31-date tour of the United Kingdom, taking place over three months between December 2012 and February 2013, playing a variety of Up Close and Personal dates. [6]

Peter stated in an interview that; "This album is like nothing that I've ever made before. I've explored new genre territories and my voice has matured and strengthened. Fans and industry should prepare to hear something very different from me in this album. I’m so excited by the way it’s shaping up that I’ve decided to create a special deluxe edition for the fans. The deluxe fan’s edition of the album will be in a beautiful hardback book with exclusive pictures – and the best bit is it gives me the chance to thank each one of you personally. I just can’t wait for you all to hear it." [7]

A deluxe fan's edition of the album is available to purchase exclusively via Burning Shed. The fan’s edition features include; the album packaged in a deluxe hardback book; those who purchased the edition before 29 September having their name printed inside; bonus tracks; exclusive pictures; and a full hand-written lyric sheet. Those who did not have the chance to have their name printed inside the booklet will feature on a dedicated fan page on Andre's website, which will feature the names of those customers. The list will be published online on 29 October. [8] The Album was certified by IMPALA with a Silver Sales Award.


Track listing

The album's track listing was confirmed by HMV. [9] 30 second snippets of "What A Girl", "Bad As You Are" and "X" appeared on Peter's SoundCloud account prior to the album's release. [10] [11] [12] "Fly Away" was originally set to feature a verse from rapper Talib Kweli, however, it was later revealed that Kweli's verse was taken without consent by Andre's producers, from one of Kweli's mixtape recordings, without Andre knowing. A solo version of the track was instead included on the album. [13] "Lift The Sky" is listed on the album cover as a dedication to Andre's two children, Junior and Princess, and his stepson, Harvey.

1"What A Girl"Grant Black / Omar Mushtaq3:12
2"Bad As You Are"Rich KingRich King / Curtis "Sauce" Wilson3:41
3"Angels & Demons"Grant Black / Omar Mushtaq3:25
4"Fly Away" (featuring Talib Kweli; promotional edition only) Simon Britton, Joel Bogen, Daniel Walker RaiynRaiyn5:32
5"Don't Be Afraid"Adam Messinger & Nasri for The Messengers4:04
6"Make Her Mine"Rich KingRich King3:33
7"Not A Love Song"Matthew Gerrard3:15
8“X” (featuring Lisa Maffia)Peter Andre, Lisa Maffia, Simon Britton, Ronnie Wilson, Wayne Hernandez, Mercellus Fernandes, Tyler Lee Daley Simon Britton 4:04
9"Don't Give Up"Victoria "Lady V" Horn, Jaylien Wesley, Peter AndreJaylien Wesley3:32
10“Ignition”Let's Throw Shapes3:31
11“Analogue is Dead”Peter Andre, Simon Britton, Ronnie Wilson, Marcellus Fernandes, Aaron Greenwood, Jeff RussellSmasher / Simon Britton3:25
12“Lift The Sky”Grant Black / Omar Mushtaq4:19


Chart (2012)Peak
Scottish Albums Chart [14] 35
UK Albums Chart [15] 18

Release history

Ireland29 October 2012CD, Digital download Snapper Records, Burning Shed
United Kingdom

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