"Studio 1" 's poor sales have forced All Saints to quit from Parlophone.
The mutual contract between All Saints and the band's recording house is over. Parlophone, the label, dropped the contract after the band's "Studio 1" failed to meet the market demand.
Not selling much, the album which was out in 2006 and supposed to be the band's comeback boom, did not enter the Top 40 as wished and eventually did not reach the sale standard expected. As a result, the single "Chick Fit" can only be accessed through download sales and no longer available in stores.
The first hint about the dropping of the label is when the group failed to show at London's G-A-Y nightclub. The band sent its apology through a letter that was read by the promoter, stating that illness had obstructed its plan to show up.
Though suffering from this unfortunate event, the band is still putting their hopes for future career, "All Saints are excited about moving forwards with their career and Parlophone wishes them the best of luck," a representation of Parlophone said. There has been no report yet as to which label the band will move to.