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26 October 2018, 16:25
Super producer Trevor Horn is tackling some of the greatest 1980s pop tunes for a new album.
Trevor Horn Reimagines The 80s will be released on February 1, and sees Horn and various pop legends take on some favourite songs from the decade.
Seal, All Saints, Matt Cardle, Gabrielle Aplin and Tony Hadley are among the stars who will appear on the album, which features new versions of 'Ashes To Ashes', 'Girls On Film' and 'Blue Monday' among others.
The album’s opening track and first single is a cover of 'Everybody Wants To Rule The World' by Tears for Fears, and features Robbie Williams and The Sarm Orchestra. Listen to the song below:
Speaking about working on the album Trevor said: "The best thing about making this album was all the fun and laughter that came from hanging out with musicians and artists that I haven’t seen for years."
Trevor Horn is the mastermind behind many classic songs, including 'Video Killed the Radio Star', 'Relax' and 'Owner of a Lonely Heart'. He also produced Robbie's 2009 album Reality Killed the Video Star.