Katy Perry has spent a year and half trying to make us feel like we’re living a teenage dream – but it’s not over yet. Despite the fact that her second album Teenage Dream was originally released in August 2010, plans are full steam ahead for a special edition re-release called The Complete Confection, which will hit shops on March 26th (artwork above!).
What’s new? Well you’ll finally be able to own the remixed versions of ‘E.T.’ and ‘Last Friday Night’ (featuring Kanye West and Missy Elliot respectively) and the gorgeous acoustic version of ‘The One That Got Away’ on CD for the first time ever, plus there’ll be three brand new, never before heard tracks (two of which are rumoured to be previous leaks ‘Part Of Me’ and ‘Dressing Up’).
And if you’ve not yet got tired of hearing all six of the singles (in case your memory is fuzzy that’s ‘California Gurls’, ‘Teenage Dream’, ‘Firework’, ‘E.T.’, ‘ Last Friday Night’ and ‘The One That Got Away’), Katy’s even chucking in a seven minute long megamix. Generous pop stars are the best kind of pop stars.
We’ve added this release to our Pop Diary. Hit like below if you’re going to be buying The Complete Confection.