GIRLS ALOUD - UNTOUCHABLE [SkidVid_XviD], single/video to be released in the UK April 27th 2009.
Disc rip, no logos, edited and encoded 1000x420 XviD.
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Girls Aloud are a British girl group, consisting of Cheryl Cole [nee Tweedy], Nadine Coyle, Sarah Harding, Nicola Roberts and Kimberley Walsh, who have become one of the most successful British pop groups of the decade, with a record-breaking sixteen consecutive Top 10 singles [including three number ones], four platinum albums [including a number one] and record sales in excess of 4.2 million in the UK. They are Smash Hits Poll Winners, have won a TMF Award and have been nominated for a BRIT Award. Girls Aloud hold the record for the shortest time between formation and reaching number one in the UK Charts [with their platinum-selling debut single 'Sound of the Underground'], and have since become one of the few reality television groups to have had continued success. Guinness World Records list them as the Most Successful Reality TV Group in the 2007 edition, and also the Most Consecutive Top Ten Entries in the UK by a Female Group in the 2008 edition.
'Untouchable' is the twenty first single by British pop group Girls Aloud, and the third single to be taken from their fifth studio album, 'Out Of Control'. The song is to be released on April 27th 2009. The music video for 'Untouchable' was filmed on March 18th 2009. Shot in a west London studio, the filming took sixteen hours. The futuristic video was inspired by Stanley Kubrick's classic science fiction film 2001: A Space Odyssey. Girls Aloud appear in "sci-fi inspired PVC leotards", travelling through space and approaching Earth in illuminated glass spheres [resembling meteorites]. After the second verse, the words 'Alert: Condition Red' appear on the screen and the girls have trouble in their bubble-like orbs. They begin to plummet through Earth's atmosphere, with the spheres erupting in flames. Still burning, they pass an aeroplane and approach a city. The video ends with televisions showing the 'breaking news' as they hit the ground, with a reporter describing it as a "meteor shower". The outcome of Girls Aloud is unknown, due to static waves breaking up the picture following the impact.
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