Latest phone advert gets a soundtrack album
3 March 2009 — 10:00 AM
Fans of the latest phones featured in a new T Mobile promotion can now get their hands on the commercial's official soundtrack.
The network has teamed up with Universal Music UK to launch the downloadable album, which has all the songs that appear in the series of adverts - where crowds of people can be seen dancing at London's Liverpool Street Station.
Entitled The Liverpool Street Station Dance, the eight-track collection is available at £3.99 from online stores including iTunes, Napster and Amazon, with individual songs at 79 pence each.
Lysa Hardy, head of brand and communications at T Mobile, said: "It's great that Universal Music is releasing the soundtrack and we hope that people will experience the same enjoyment from sharing the music."
The album download features tracks including Lulu's 1964 hit Shout, The Only Way Is Up by Yazz, The Pussycat Dolls' number one hit Dont Cha and Kool and the Gang's Get Down On It.
Also seen on the advertisements are some of the carrier's latest phones - including the Google Android-powered T Mobile G1.
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