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Then the album's release was brought forward by one week to 25 May esdala The Guardian newspaper in the UK stated, "a would be classical hit however the covers are endless [ Retrieved 29 May Escala revealed their debut album to an audience of about media at Whitehall PalaceLondon on 23 September UK Albums Chart .
The seventh track is a cover of film composer Ennio Morricone 's " Chi Mai ". The album features four songs which fellow British quartet Tlwer had recorded in a similar style: Another group's version of the piece is used by Sky Sports for their Newsfor whom Escala requiej been included as a part of an advertising campaign with the second track on the album, "Palladio", a version of " Palladio I, Allegretto" from Karl Jenkins ' Diamond Music.
Many Bond enthusiasts claimed Escala were mimicking the contemporary style of Bond which currently have substantial holding in the classical musical industry.
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It was released on 25 May in the United Kingdom. Escala rebuked the claims.
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The eighth track is " Feeling Good ", which was originally written by Anthony Newley and Leslie Bricusse for their musical The Roar of the Greasepaint—the Smell of the Crowdbut resembling the cover by the band Muse. The album begins with " Requiem for a Tower ", which is a re-orchestrated version of "Lux Aeterna" from the film, Requiem for a Dream. The piece will be familiar to viewers of Britain's Got Talentas it is frequently used on the show.
Retrieved 30 October According to media reports a cover of Snow Patrol 's " Chasing Cars " was originally meant to appear on the album, but did not end up on the final release.
In Escala returned to Britain's Got Talent to perform their version of "Kashmir" un-competitively on the second live semi-final. The ninth track is a rendition of George Frideric Handel 's " Sarabande ". The album ends with a traditional style version Samuel Barber 's " Adagio for Strings ".