Credits[su_note note_color=”#fef5c4″][su_list icon=”icon: arrow-right” icon_color=”black”]
- Song Name: Cold Shoulder
- Artist Name / Band Name: Adele
- Produced By: Mark Ronson
- Album Name: 19
- Release Date: April 21, 2008
- Genre: Genius Britain, Jazz, Soul, Pop, Rock
- Record Label: XL
- Written By: Adele & Sacha Skarbek
- Performance: Peaked at No.
- Sampled In:
- Cover By:
- Remixed By:
Adele – Cold Shoulder Review
Many critics appreciate Adele’s efforts to avoid producing a mediocre album. ‘Cold Shoulder’ is one of the tracks in her first album ‘19’ that really makes a difference. For a start, the pop-soul song is extremely catchy and at the same time radio friendly. It easily catches the attention, interest, and heart of listeners after hearing it the first time. It is considered as among her most solid tracks, reflecting her great personality and genuine talent.
In general, the song is raved about because of its rhythm and lyrics. It showcases Adele’s powerful vocals, which is truly incredible. Many critics agree that this track never gets dull. It has a catchy chorus that can easily get stuck into anyone’s head. This is why it can be easier to listen to the song over and over.
It was one of the couple of songs Adele performed during her historic appearance on the TV show Saturday Night Live in October 2008. Her impressive rendition of this song caught attention and paved the way for her easy entry into the discerning US music market. The remix version, now available digitally, by Basement Jaxx is equally interesting and outstanding.