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SOL: Atomic Kitten To Cover The Tide Is High

From The Streets Of London
By Malcolm Aitken

Let it never be said Scoop publishes unsubstantiated rumours? This one’s been well corroborated.

British pop trio Atomic Kitten is releasing a cover of Blondie’s ‘The Tide is High’ next month.

Moreover, a London music industry insider told Scoop on Saturday that the slowed-down version of the 1981 hit from Blondie’s Autoamerican album is a ‘massacre’ of the original.

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Malcolm Aitken is a freelance journalist based in London, England. He can be contacted at MTFAitken@aol.com

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