Adele's hotly anticipated new album '25' drops November 20th, and here is her Rolling Stone cover looking like she just stepped out of the shower.
Water Under the Bridge: A love song, with a feel vaguely reminiscent of Michael Jackson's 'Human Nature.'
Exciting right? Read on for further song descriptions.
When We Were Young: Elton John-ish ballad co-written with singer-songwriter Tobias Jesso Jr., which shares a tiny bit of DNA with 'The Way We Were.'
Million Years Ago: Nineties Madonna-style ballad mixed with 'The Girl From Ipanema.'
Send My Love (To Your Lover): Slinky tune which may well be her catchiest, most modern song ever, built around an almost African-sounding guitar lick Adele wrote several years ago. Max Martin (along with collaborator Shellback) produced.
Remedy: A big ballad with rolling piano chords written with Ryan Tedder.
All I Ask: Dramatic ballad, complete with a climactic key change and Adele engaging in what she calls some of her most "showoff-y" vocals. Bruno Mars co-wrote.
River Lea: On this track with Danger Mouse, Adele wanted to modernize her sound, to add some synths and drum pads.
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