The time is now. 19 released around the world!

19 04 2010

It’s been 25 years in waiting, but the time is here for the highly anticipated remake of Paul Hardcastle’s iconic record 19 to be released globally. From today (19th April) you will be able to download all versions of 19. Including “Boys To War”, “The Vision” “Welcome To Hell” mixes and a special remix by Ministry of Sound DJ Richard Murray. The 25th Anniversary Edition has been inspired by the plight of service men and women in Afghanistan.
Show your support to a record and an artist willing to stand up for a subject that too many people are turning a blind eye to. A percentage of profits for 19 will be going to charities dedicated to helping those helping us.

Get your copy TODAY from iTunes (globally) and iTunes, Amazon, 7digital, Play, We7, HMV, Juno (remixes), Beatport (remixes) in the UK.

iTunes:
http://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/19-2010-boys-to-war-anniversary/id361411653
http://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/19-2010-the-vision-anniversary/id361411618
http://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/19-welcome-to-hell-remixes/id366627047

Amazon:
http://www.amazon.co.uk/19-2010-Boys-War-Anniversary/dp/B003BXF1R0/ref=sr_shvl_album_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1271252266&sr=301-2
http://www.amazon.co.uk/19-2010-Vision-Anniversary/dp/B003BX81CM/ref=sr_shvl_album_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1271252266&sr=301-3
http://www.amazon.co.uk/19-Welcome-To-Hell-Remixes/dp/B003FWHLYS/ref=sr_shvl_album_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1271252266&sr=301-4

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1 week to go!!

12 04 2010




Easter brings global news coverage!

6 04 2010

This Easter weekend has been a whirlwind of press coverage at home and abroad for the 25 Anniversary release of 19. Everything from BBC News, to ABC News and NME to BBC 6 Music. It’s great to see that the message if finally cutting through and people are starting to take notice. We’ve also been having a great response from troops serving abroad and those who have fought for their country. Ultimately, these are the people that count. All of this coverage means nothing if the brave people that Paul is trying to highlight in ’19’ don’t get the recognition they deserve. It’s been a tough road trying to get TV and Radio to play something that doesn’t shy away from the reality of what is going on in Iraq and Afghanistan. The BBC One Show, who have done a great piece on 19 which was to be aired tonight (6th April) have postponed this, due to not wanting to show something that is related to the war now the election has been announced. Lets all just put the war to the back of our mind shall we, whilst our Prime Minister relates the recovery of our economy to Wayne Rooney foot. Radio is also being a little shy to the record. This is why the support of everyone online talking about this release is so important. The more pressure that is put on broadcasters, and the more people want to hear it, they will have to give in soon!

Aside from these small things, everything has been going great! Don’t forget you’ve still got time to enter our competition to win a signed promo CD of 19. This is very rare, so get your entries in before midnight on Thursday 8th April (GMT) http://bit.ly/991AJX

Here are few links for you to check out from some the top coverage this weekend.

BBC Newshttp://bit.ly/phbbcnews
NMEhttp://bit.ly/nmenews
ABC News http://bit.ly/abcphnews
6 Musichttp://bit.ly/news6music
Clash magazinehttp://bit.ly/ckL56o
Yahoo Newshttp://bit.ly/phyahoo

Also, don’t forget about the Apple Store masterclass Paul is giving on the 20th April at 7pm, in London. This is open to everyone and seats are based on first come first served so get there early if you don’t fancy standing for an hour!
Find out more on the Apple Regents Street webs site here. Just flick through the calendar to get more info on the event.