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Katherine Jenkins asks fans not to buy One Fine Day compilation

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James McLaren James McLaren | 09:59 UK time, Thursday, 25 August 2011

Neath singer Katherine Jenkins has asked her fans not to buy One Fine Day, a forthcoming compilation of her earlier work.

Cover artwork for Katherine Jenkins' One Fine Day

Cover artwork for Katherine Jenkins' One Fine Day

She tweeted:

"Just heard that Universal @DeccaRecords are putting out YET ANOTHER compilation album of my music called One Fine Day. Considering that I haven't recorded 4 them since 2008, there is NO new music & it's stuff u already have. Don't want u 2 feel conned. Pls RT #DontBuyOneFineDay"

One Fine Day is due for release through Decca on 10 October, while Daydream is out on Warner Brothers on the same day.

Cover artwork for Katherine Jenkins' Daydream

Cover artwork for Katherine Jenkins' Daydream

Decca is part of Universal, whom she left in 2008 to join Warners in a £5.8million. Speaking to the Western Mail, a Decca spokesman said: "Decca is delighted to be releasing a new collection of favourite Katherine Jenkins songs this autumn, coupled with a special bonus DVD, to celebrate her extraordinary ongoing career and artistic progression."

Three compilations of Jenkins' music have previously been released. From The Heart was issued by Polydor only in China in 2007. It was followed two years later by The Ultimate Collection (Decca), and in 2011 by Sweetest Love (Universal).

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  • Comment number 1.

    I guess that Universal is jealous. I thought seeing the releasedate of both albums that Miss Jenkins would not like it. And from such a longtime worldwide operating company you do not expect this kind of childish behaviour.
    I hope the new album will be as pleasant as the Believe album. Don't worry, I won't buy "One fine day".


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