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Alexandra Burke
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Syco Music, Sony Music


1Without You
Engineer – Robin SellarsEngineer [Protools Engineer] – Paul ChandlerProducer, Arranged By – Nigel WrightRecorded By [Vocals] – Robert Edwards Written-By – Peter Ham, Thomas Evans
Arranged By [Choir] – Lawrence JohnsonArranged By [Strings], Conductor – Ulf Janson & Henrik JansonBacking Vocals [Additional] – Rita OraChoir – Bryon Jones , Candice Johnson, Carol Riley , Joy Malcolm, Julie Costello, Ladonna Harley - Peters, Lawrence Johnson, Marcus Johnson , Pat Scott , Patricia Fashanu, Pearl Jarrett, Priscilla Jones Engineer [Assistant] – Markus WibornEngineer [Vocal Engineer At Metropolis] – Neil TuckerGuitar – Esbjörn ÖhrwallInstruments, Programmed By – Andreas Quiz Romdhane & Josef LarossiOrchestra, Performer – Stockholm Session OrchestraPiano, Keyboards – Peter LjungProducer, Recorded By, Mixed By – Quiz & LarossiRecorded By [Strings] – Ian AgateWritten-By – Leonard Cohen
Engineer – Robin SellarsEngineer [Protools Engineer] – Paul ChandlerProducer, Arranged By – Nigel WrightRecorded By [Vocals] – Robert Edwards Written-By – Christina Aguilera, Linda Perry


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
88697 44625 2Alexandra Burke Hallelujah ‎(CD, Single)Sony BMG Music Entertainment88697 44625 2UK2008
noneAlexandra Burke Hallelujah ‎(File, AAC, Single, 256)Simco LimitednoneUK2008


  • ManagementHarry Magee, Modest! Management, Richard Griffiths
  • Mastered ByDick Beetham


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1. Hallelujah produced, recorded and mixed for XL Talent.
Recorded and mixed at The QuizLarossi Studio, Stockholm, Sweden, Metropolis, London and Angel Studios, London.
Strings recorded at Studio 301, Stockholm, Sweden.
Published by Sony / ATV Music Publishing (UK).

2. Candyman produced and arranged for SMP.
Recorded at Sphere Studios, Battersea.
Vocals recorded live at Fountain Studios, Wembley on 25th October, 2008.
Published by Sony/ATV Harmony UK; Universal Music Publishing MGB.

3. Without You produced and arranged for SMP.
Recorded at Sphere Studios, Battersea.
Vocals recorded live at Fountain Studios, Wembley on 8th November, 2008.
Published by Warner/Chappell North America.

All tracks mastered at 360 Mastering, London.

℗ & © 2008 Simco Limited under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment UK.
Made in the EU.

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Codici a barre

  • Barcode (Printed): 8 86974 46252 1
  • Barcode (Scanned): 886974462521
  • Rights Society: BIEM/GEMA
  • Label Code: LC 01413
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LB47
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 0766
  • Matrix / Runout: [Sony BMG Music Entertainment logo] 53385594/88697446252 21


  • Produced For – XL Talent
  • Produced For – SMP
  • Recorded At – The QuizLarossi Studio
  • Recorded At – Metropolis Studios
  • Recorded At – Angel Studios
  • Recorded At – Studios 301, Stockholm
  • Recorded At – Sphere Studios
  • Recorded At – Fountain Studios
  • Mixed At – The QuizLarossi Studio
  • Mixed At – Metropolis Studios
  • Mixed At – Angel Studios
  • Published By – Sony/ATV Music Publishing UK
  • Published By – Sony/ATV Harmony UK
  • Published By – Universal Music Publishing MGB
  • Published By – Warner/Chappell North America
  • Mastered At – 360 Mastering
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Simco Limited
  • Copyright (c) – Simco Limited
  • Licensed To – Sony Music Entertainment UK
  • Distributed By – Sony Music Entertainment UK
  • Made By – Sony BMG Music Entertainment
  • Pressed By – Arvato Digital Services – 53385594


Hallelujah In the Style of Alexandra Burke - Single. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Текст песни: I heard there was a secret chord That David played and it pleased the Lord But you dont really care for music do you It goes like this, the fourth the is the Debut single of Alexandra Burke, X-Factor Winner 2008 The song is a cover, original version by Leonard Cohen. Successful in 1994 by Jeff Buckley's version. According to the Hallelujah Songfacts, this was chosen as the X-Factor winners debut single, after Simon Cowell noticed the enthusiastic reaction that American Idol Jason Castro received when he performed this song during one of the heats. Alexandra Imelda Cecelia Ewan Burke born 25 August 1988 in Islington, London is an English singer and winner of the fifth series of The X Factor in 2008. As the winner of The X Factor, Burke released. Hallelujah Leonard Cohen song. Redirected from Hallelujah Alexandra Burke song. Hallelujah is a song written by Canadian singer Leonard Cohen, originally released on his album Various Positions 1984. Achieving little initial success, the song found greater popular acclaim through a recording by John Cale, which inspired a recording by Jeff Buckley. It has been viewed as a baseline for secular hymns. Album 2008 1 Song. Hallelujah - Single. Alexandra Burke. Pop 2008. Alexandra Burke - Hallelujah. On this page you can download song Alexandra Burke - Hallelujah in mp3 and listen online. R'n'B Soul Electropop. This was the biggest selling single of 2008 in the UK shifting 880,000 copies. The second biggest seller was the charity recording Hero by the X Factor finalists, which sold 751,000. This meant that Burke achieved the remarkable feat of singing on both the two biggest sellers of that year. As a result of the song's success, Alexandra Burke became the first ever solo British female singer to have a million selling singl. Hallelujah, hallelujah, hallelujah, hallelujah You say I took the name in vain Well I dont even know the name But if I did, well really, whats it to you Theres a blaze of light in every word It doesnt matter which you heard The holy or the broken, hallelujah. I did my best, it wasnt much I couldnt feel so I learned to touch Ive told the truth, I didnt come to fool you And even though it all went wrong Ill stand before the lord of song With nothing on my lips, hallelujah. Hallelujah, hallelujah, hallelujah, hallelujah Hallelujah, hallelujah, hallelujah, hallelujah. Álbum 'Overcome'

  • Kirimath
There are not many music contestants that make it big in the harsh pop world. It doesn't matter if they found fame from Pop Idol, X Factor or whatever else you can think of (Fame Academy?). By 2008 when Alexandra won X Factor the majority of the UK general public were no longer interested in underdogs winning a possibly rigged game show. Alas all of the grannies and little girls who watched the show gathered around and bought the only CD single they would buy that year. And to great effect as it did reach #1.What I don't like about this is that firstly it gives a false impression of how easy it may be to make a hit pop single to the winner (I've only been on the earth just over 20 years and I can tell you it isn't easy!) and secondly it simply strokes Simon Cowell's ego boner providing him weight to get another cookie-cutter show on the air next year to keep the bank happy.The song, is a cover - they're always covers, rarely ever are they original songs and are usually chosen by the producers of the show not the singer themselves. The cover is fine, but nothing special. The original song by Jeff Buckley is painfully beautiful, yet this rendition seems to lose a lot of that power.The additional tracks are lacking. The second track is a piss poor recording taken directly from the TV broadcast and sounds terrible on any hi-fi system. The third track seems to follow suit with another poor flat sounding recording, and is terribly short.These singles, and the albums that come with them, slowly fill up landfills, boot sales and charity shops alike - worth nothing, not even their weight in polymer plastic. This is no different, and it appears that Alexandra has decided to take the route so many of these contestant winners do - theatre, where they should have probably started in the first place.
The Jeff Buckley version itself is a cover. It was originally recorded by it's composer.
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