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of her new album, ''Cinta Kita'', her seventh studio effort. This album, helmed by Warner Music Indonesia saw Sheila collaborating with some of Indonesia's musicians like Andi Rianto, Tohpati and Indra Lesmana who collectively contributed towards 80% of the album production. To date, both the album as well as its first single, "Kerinduan" have reached number one in Indonesia. In October 2003, Sheila was invited to headline a live concert by TransTV, Indonesia

. This two hour special, entitled ''Konsert Perjalanan Seni Sheila Majid'' was a prelude to the release of her new album, ''Cinta Kita'', her seventh studio effort. This album, helmed by Warner Music Indonesia saw Sheila collaborating with some of Indonesia's musicians like Andi Rianto, Tohpati and Indra Lesmana who collectively contributed towards 80% of the album production. To date, both the album as well as its first single, "Kerinduan" have reached number one in Indonesia


Wales

a much larger budget than in the past; the album production cost £15,000, compared to only 2,000 for their previous album ''Signify''. This enabled them to bring in an orchestra, to record parts for the album. ref name "Porcupine Tree Review


Australia

confusion): BBC 1992– * Jim McGrath (Jim McGrath (British commentator)) (British (United Kingdom)): ITV 1981–1984, Channel 4 1984– The Tea Party released their eponymous debut album (The Tea Party (album)) in 1991, distributing it through their own label Eternal Discs. The album drew influences from psychedelic rock and blues, and was produced by Martin; album production was something Martin would continue with for all of The Tea Party's albums, as a way of giving the band complete artistic


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