12 Songs, 51 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Although her debut album 19 was critically acclaimed it was its follow-up 21 which really thrust Adele into the limelight. The album, drawing on personal heartache, takes its influences from country, soul and motown, with the singer's powerful and emotive voice brought fully to the fore. This is the classic break-up album for contemporary times.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Although her debut album 19 was critically acclaimed it was its follow-up 21 which really thrust Adele into the limelight. The album, drawing on personal heartache, takes its influences from country, soul and motown, with the singer's powerful and emotive voice brought fully to the fore. This is the classic break-up album for contemporary times.

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