Mandy Moore Dissapointed With Sony

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Mandy Moore is very disappointed with her old record label, Sony Records. After parting ways with them earlier this year, speculations spread that Sony dropped Mandy over poor record sales her last album, ‘Coverage.’ The album peaked at #14 on the charts, her highest yet, but plummeted from there. Sony decided not to promote it or even release it overseas. But in the past few months, it was announced Sony would release a greatest hits collection of the songs she released while still on the label. The album, ‘Best Of,’ is due on Tuesday (November 16) and Mandy is reportedly fuming over this. She thought never in a million years she would put out a hits collection, especially after breaking ties with Sony. However Sony went along with it and decided to milk the Mandy Moore name for the rest of its worth. Similar situations happened to Christina Aguilera, with a pre-fame record, ‘Just Be Free.’

Mandy Moore Chats With Kyle And Jackie O.

October 29, 2004 – Mandy was in studio with The Kyle and Jackie O. Show on Austereo on Thursday, where she promoted her new movie ‘Saved!’. They talked about some of her early photos when she was just 15, how she was discovered by a FedEx delivery man, her previous MTV hosting gig, getting Punk’d, working on the film ‘Romance And Cigarettes’, the Ashlee Simpson ‘Saturday Night Live’ disaster, how NW magazine airbrushed out her teeth in a photo — they ended up calling their editor, the best of album, meeting Renee Zellweger, how she picks up men — or doesn’t, if she’s ever had a stalker (she said no), and more. The 5-part interview has since been removed from

Mandy Moore Taking Her Time On New Album

October 19, 2004 – Mandy posted a message to fans on her official website forum on Sunday (October 17), while promoting ‘Saved!’ in London. Moore commented on her recent time off saying, “It’s truly been time well-spent, as I’ve learned so much about myself and have been putting a solid effort into writing for the first time over the past few months. This album is too important for me to just ‘make’ and ‘release’. It’s not going to come out until it’s right. And believe me, I’m hoping sooner rather than later. I’ve collaborated with some fantastic people and will continue to do so until the writing process is complete.”

Mandy Moore Attends First Broadway Premiere

October 19, 2004 – Cindy Adams of The New York Post spoke with Mandy at the Biltmore opening of Manhattan Theater Club’s ‘Reckless’. Asked how often she attends Broadway premieres, Moore responded, “Never. Never ever. I’m here now because the star Mary-Louise Parker is my friend. This is my very first Broadway opening I’ve ever been to ever.” Also there was Moore and Parker’s mutual friend Adam Duritz, lead singer of Counting Crows.

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