Unfocused working on new songs for her upcoming LP, Amy Winehouse can only bring home two half-baked tunes after her six-months of work in the studio.
After reportedly lingering on the recording room for six months to work on new materials for her upcoming not-yet-titled album, Amy Winehouse can only take home two unfinished songs. "If six months produces two half-baked tracks how long will an album take?" a source comments on her troubled recording session.
The rumor has then made her doubted to be able to release another album in the near future. "With all the problems surrounding her personal issues and addictions we are really concerned it will never get finished," some close friends say. "Unless she sorts herself out and gets some focus it might never happen."
Most recently, when asked if there is a chance for Amy to sing some songs which are left over from Oasis' new album "Dig out Your Soul", Noel Gallagher says that he prefers to choose Duffy rather than Amy. "Amy Winehouse? She'll be dead before I write another one," he states. "Duffy's alright. I could imagine her singing a few of the tracks."