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Blá Blá Blá

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Released  June 16, 2004
Genre  Pop rock, dance-pop
Language  Portuguese
Recorded  2004
Length  43:55
Label  Columbia Sony BMG

Blá Blá Blá is the third studio album by Brazilian girl group Rouge. It was released on June 16, 2004, by Columbia Records and Sony BMG. It was the first album released by the group not to feature Luciana Andrade. Blá Blá Blá features a more mature and aggressive sound.

Background

After the success of their second album, C'est La Vie (2003), on February 11, 2004, Luciana Andrade officially announced her disbandment from the group. "Nothing in life is just roses. There's a moment that we need to change. I felt this very strong these times. I am in peace with my decision. Each one follows its road", she said. According to sources, the singer left the band due to overworking —there were days the girls had a 20-hour schedule— and low payment. As for others, including by the singer herself, her departure "was a matter of musical ideology. There came a time when her work in the group wasn't fulfilling her wishes", the singer's husband said. "Rouge will go on with four energy-filled girls," affirmed Elisabetta Zenatti, their manager. "It's a big change. The Rouge is one. You can't introduce a new member. This reflects in our work. We chose to continue our history as well", Fantine added.

References

Blá Blá Blá Wikipedia


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