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Imogen Heap's latest or related album is Speak for Yourself
Which is released on 2005-11-01 from record company RCA Victor.
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Attention Animators: Deadmau5 and Imogen Heap need you! - Source: Stoney Roads It seems as though the idealistic duo made up of Canada's leading Producer DEADMAU5 and the soulful vocals of London's IMOGEN HEAP (recently dubbed as HEAPMAU5 ) are calling out to the world's animators to design their own creative segments for their new track ' Telemiscommunications '.
New Deadmau5 Record Features Cypress Hill, Imogen Heap Collaborations - Source: Prefix Magazine In case somehow you missed it, the new Deadmau5 record Album Title Goes Here is out today on mau5trap records, and features more bizarre collaborations than previously announced.
Deadmau5's New Album to Feature Cypress Hill, Imogen Heap, My Chemical Romance's Gerard Way - Source: Spinner NME reports the 13-track follow-up to 2010's 4x4=12 will come out Sept. 24.
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Imogen Heap (born December 9, 1977, in Havering, Outer London) is a British singer-songwriter / electronica artist. She is known for her work as part of the musical duo Frou Frou from 2002-3, and for her solo albums, which she writes, produces, and mixes. She has released a series of solo albums including Ellipse (in 2009), a North American chart success that earned Heap two Grammy nominations and won her the Best Engineered Album (Non-Classical) award. Heap grew up playing music from an early age, and by her eleventh birthday she was writing her own songs. From the age of 15, she studied at the BRIT School Of Performing Arts & Technology in Croydon, South London, recording three tracks for the school’s annual CD between 1994 and 1995, “Aliens” being the title track of the latter. After being introduced to Nik Kershaw by his manager Mickey Modern, Heap and Kershaw recorded four demos that Mickey Modern took to Rondor Music. Consequently, a few months later Heap signed her first record contract at 18 to independent record label Almo Sounds. During 1996, Heap began working with an experimental pop band called Acacia, which featured her future collaborator Guy Sigsworth and was fronted by the singer Alexander Nilere. While never a full member of the band, Heap was a guest vocalist (as a counterpart to Nilere) and contributed to various Acacia single and album tracks in 1997. One Acacia song, “Maddening Shroud”, would later be covered by Frou Frou. Learn more about Imogen Heap