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Wonderland "proud" of debut album

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Wonderland have revealed that they are "proud" of the material they have recorded for their debut album.

The Anglo-Irish girl group, who currently star in ITV2's Louis Walsh and Kian Egan's Next Big Thing - Wonderland, admitted they were suprised when they found out they would be working with high profile producers on the album.

In an interview with Digital Spy, Jodi Albert said: "We're so proud of how this album is shaping up, because not only have we worked with some amazing songwriters, but we've been able to collaborate and co-write."

Leigh Learmont added: "There's not a single track that we don't love. There's none that we would consider filler."

On working with a host of big-name writers, Sharon Condon admitted: "It's been a steep learning curve because most of us have only just started learning about songwriting and producers. Having said that, when we found out we were working with Andy Hill, who wrote Celine Dion's 'Think Twice', we all knew that was a big deal!

"We've worked with [Kelly Clarkson and Bryan Adams writers] Shep Solomon and Bob Clearmountain too - it's been incredible."

> Click here to read the full interview with Wonderland

Wonderland release their debut single, 'Not A Love Song', in January 2011.

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