Su-Elise Nash and Alesha Dixon of Mis-Teeq tell Radio 1 they did a lot of growing up last year and that comes across on their new CD ‘Eye Candy’. “What you’d expect from the album is no one track sounds the same as another,” they said. “We tried to be as versatile as possible and I think we reached the element where we said that we wanted to get a hip-hop track or an R&B track or a soul track or a garage track. We’ve done all of those and they’re all very much defined on this album.”
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