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2010 X-Factor winner Matt Cardle releases his highly anticipated debut album Letters. The Essex crooner had previously tried his luck with rock bands Darwyn and Seven Summers before entering the TV talent show, in which he subsequently triumphed. The winning song “When We Collide” — a cover of Biffy Clyro's “Many of Horror” — is featured here alongside second single “Run for Your Life,” which was penned by Gary Barlow. Cardle co-wrote the rest of the album, working with James Walsh (Starsailor) and Eg White (Adele, Duffy, James Morrison) to complete the 13-track record., Rovi

Biography

Born: 15 April 1983 in Southampton, Hampshire, England

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '10s

While talent show juggernaut The X Factor was previously more successful at creating female R&B superstars Leona Lewis and Alexandra Burke, the 2010 season of the series produced its first male winner to compete with the soft rock style of American Idols' Kris Allen and David Cook in the shape of falsetto-voiced Matt Cardle. Born in Southampton, Hampshire in 1983, Cardle attended the same sixth form college as X Factor host Dermot O'Leary and 2009 runner-up Olly Murs before taking on a host of jobs...
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  • £7.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Rock, Adult Alternative
  • Released: 2011

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