Chemistry (Girls Aloud album)

Chemistry (Girls Aloud Album)

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Chemistry (Girls Aloud album)

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Chemistry is the third studio album by British all-female pop group Girls Aloud. It was released in the United Kingdom on 5 December 2005 by Polydor Records. After the success of What Will the Neighbours Say?, the album was entirely produced by Brian Higgins and his production team Xenomania again. Chemistry is a loose concept album which details celebrity lifestyle and "what it's like to be a twentysomething girl in London." A number of the songs notably avoid the typical verse-chorus form of pop music, instead making use of unusual structures.

Chemistry was widely acclaimed by a number of contemporary music critics upon its release. Despite a low chart position, the album yielded four top ten singles and was certified platinum in the United Kingdom and Ireland. The album was followed by the Chemistry Tour, Girls Aloud's first concert tour to reach arenas. The album has sold 380.000.


After the success of What Will the Neighbours Say?, which was solely produced by Brian Higgins and Xenomania, the production team was asked to craft Girls Aloud's third studio album. Chemistry was entirely written and produced by Xenomania apart from a cover of Dee C. Lee's "See the Day". The album was recorded in 2005, following What Will the Neighbours Say? Live, Girls Aloud's first tour. Parts of the process were chronicled by the fly on the wall documentary Home Truths.


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