All Saints dropped from label

After disastrous sales of comeback album

All Saints
All Saints have been dropped by their label following disastrous sales of their comeback album ’Studio 1’.

The band were axed by Parlophone Recordslast week.

A spokesperson for the label said: “Parlophone Records and All Saints have made the mutual decision to part company. Both the label and the group are proud of the album ’Studio 1’.

All Saints are excited about moving forward with their career and Parlophone wishes them the best of luck.”

However the four-piece are reportedly upset about the decision. A band source has been quoted by various newspapers as saying “It got to the point where things couldn’t go any further and we had to admit it was over."

“There have been non-stop meetings about how best to break the news to their remaining fans,” the source told The Daily Mirror.

The band, who split in 2001 and reformed last year, saw their last single ’Chick Fit’ fail to break into the Top 200 of the chart.

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