Sunday, 1 May 2011

"True Faith"..George Michael's new single, which when he released he made the decision to donate all proceeds to Comic Relief. The single was arranged and produced by George himself, but 'True Faith' was a hit for the group 'New Order' in 1987 and was written by Bernard Sumner, Peter Hook, Stephen Morris, Gillian Gilbert and Stephen Hague. The writers are following George's lead and are donating their proceeds too to Comic Relief along with the publishers' mechanical royalties.


Mama Shujaa said...

Good decision to donate all proceeds to Comic Relief. Like the song, somehow, the auto tune effect emphasizes the story of the song. Makes me search out his clean vocalization as well.

Anengiyefa said...

Very true about the auto-tune distortion of his voice and the significance of this to the story of the song, which really is about a drug addict and the mind-bending effects of drug taking..