British/Irish band takes it home, most anticipated album of the year
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It is safe to say that the British-Irish music sensation One Direction is the most popular boy band since the Beatles. And it’s no surprise that their pre-released single “Live While We’re Young” has had over 88 million views on the band’s YouTube channel since September 20, and “Little Things”, released online Nov. 2, has had over 37 million combined hits between the music and lyric videos.
The two instant hits come from the band’s sophomore album “Take Me Home” that has 16 new songs, and is to officially release November 13, 2012. The band worked with another popular U.K. artist, Ed Sheeran, on at least two of the tracks, and enlisted pop producer Dr. Luke.
The special edition, labeled “The Deluxe/Yearbook Edition” features four bonus tracks: “She’s Not Afraid,” “Loved You First,” “Nobody Compares” and “Still the One.”
The album will be available as of next Tuesday, the record will hit iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, OneDirectonMusic.com, Hot Topic, and most places where music are sold. It is available for preorder now.