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Girls Aloud Unveil ‘Ten’ Cover & Tracklisting

Published: Friday 19th Oct 2012 by Sam

Three years after embarking on a “hiatus”, Girls Aloud are back to celebrate their ten year tenure.

Cheryl Cole, Nadine Coyle and co are set to release their greatest hits set, aptly titled ‘Ten’, on November 26th and have released the collection’s cover and tracklisting to whip up heightened buzz following today’s tour announcement.

The ‘Something New’ led set features much of the British group’s biggest hits, as well as four new tracks.

See what the ladies will be serving up next month below…

‘Ten ‘Tracklisting:

1. Something New
2. The Promise
3. The Loving Kind
4. Untouchable
5. Sexy! No No No…
6. Call The Shots
7. Can’t Speak French
8. Something Kinda Ooooh
9. Biology
10. The Show
11. Love Machine
12. I’ll Stand By You
13. Jump
14. No Good Advice
15. Sound Of The Underground
16. On The Metro
17. Beautiful ‘Cause You Love Me
18. Every Now And Then

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  1. Mad-On-Her October 19, 2012

    Weird that Wake Me Up’s not on there. Although can’t say I liked the track, just thought it had been a decent hit for them.

  2. TJ October 19, 2012

    It also excludes Life Got Cold, Walk This Way, I Think We’re Alone Now and all but one of the singles from Chemistry – all of which were top ten hits and did pretty well for them. Hmmm…

  3. bibi93 October 19, 2012

    Class

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