The Liverpool-based electronic group, who worked on the singer's last album Bionic, said the original version of the LP was different to the final cut and that the label wanted to market her against Lady GaGa.
Daniel Hunt told After LD: "The way she played the album to me was her original vision. She was on the right track but the record label f**ked up everything, to be honest.
"All the good stuff got pumped into disc two. I think that if she would have done what she had in mind it would have been better. I also think that with what she had in mind she could have [sidestepped] all the kind of potential comparison with Lady GaGa which, you know, at the time it was that nightmare for her."
He added: "She would have done it in the smart way and she would have been renowned now, but her record label instead wanted to put her against [GaGa]."
Producer Tricky Stewart, who worked on a number of the album's tracks, recently put its commercial failure down to poor promotion.