Mike Borg

Dirty Little Secret

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Personnel includes: Stella Soleil (vocals); Joe Gore (various instruments, programming); Nick Bagnall (guitar, keyboards, bass, programming); Gary Bromham (guitar, keyboards, programming); John Holliday (guitar, programming, background vocals); Adam Phillips, Paul Pesco, Borge Petersen Ovelei, Dave Munday, Chuck Sabo, Henrik Jonback, Mike Steer (guitar); Tony Swain, David Eriksen, Pete Paleface Ibsen (keyboards, programming); Thomas Lindber, Jonny Sjo (bass); Trevor Steel (programming, background vocals); Stephan Hilton, Ethan Mates, Hitesh, Phil Thornalley (programming); Terry Ronald, Marian Lisland, Nina Madhoo (background vocals). Producers include: Brian Rawlings, David Eriksen, Thom Panunzio, Walter Turbitt, Terry Ronald. Engineers include: Thom Panunzio, Pete Paleface Ibsen, Joe Gore. Personnel: Stella Soleil (vocals); Phillips (guitar, strings); Nick Bagnall (guitar, keyboards, programming); John Holliday (guitar, programming, background vocals); David Munday, Mikey Steer, Paul Pesco, Adam Phillips (guitar); Tony Swain (keyboards, programming); Oliver Smith (keyboards); Chuck Sabo (drums); Trevor Steel (programming, background vocals); Joe Gore, Phil Thornalley, Stephen Hilton (programming); Marian Lisland, Terry Ronald (background vocals). Audio Mixers: Thom Panunzio; Tony Swain. Recording information: Air Studios, London, England (2001); Murlyn Studios, Stockholm, Sweden (2001); Paleface Studios, London, England (2001); RKB Studios, London, England (2001); Stereo Studio 1, Oslo, Norway (2001); Swamp Studios, London, England (2001); Twilight Zone Studios, London, England (2001). Photographer: Isabel Snyder. Although Stella Soleil's DIRTY LITTLE SECRET is ostensibly packaged as a Christina Aguilera-style affair complete with dance beats, suggestive lyrics, and percolating synths, there's a bit more at work here. The presence of producer Tony Swain as one of the album's masterminds is a clue. Swain was the man behind such commercial-but-classy '80s British

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