Soldier of Love by Sade

Soldier of Love by Sade

I know I'm not the only one who feels that an eternity passes between each Sade release. But this is not a complaint, each Sade album has been rich in it's own expression that one can become greedy, longing to hear what other treasures might come from that smooth silky entity. So here we are in 2010 with the first Sade album of the 21st Century, I'm so glad Sade is fighting to keep love songs as warm and alive as the ones presented on "Soldier of Love. Thank you.

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