The revenge song "Rolling in the Deep" was conceived only hours after Adele's separation from her ex-lover.A "dark, bluesy, gospel, disco tune" in the singer's own words, it was written in response to disparaging comments he made towards her during an argument.The album topped the charts in more than 30 countries and became the world's best-selling album of the year for 20.In the United Kingdom, it is the best-selling album of the 21st century and fourth best-selling album of all time, while its 23-week tenure atop the UK Albums Chart is the longest by a female solo artist.Since 2006 many women and men upload their hot videos and pictures to the site.The hottest amateurs on the planet exclusively for you!Writing for the album began shortly after Adele separated from her lover.Within a day of her break-up, she contacted producer Paul Epworth, intent on capturing her emotion in a song: "We'd had a fuming argument the night before ... Then I went into the studio and screamed." The instrumentation evolved organically—after trying out various jazz riffs, Adele attempted the first verse a cappella, inspiring Epworth to improvise a melody on his acoustic guitar.
It's also the most certified album ever with more than 400 certifications all over the world.
When she played the song for her boyfriend, the two got into a bitter argument that culminated in the end of their 18-month relationship.
Heartbroken but musically stimulated, Adele channelled her rush of emotions into her music, crafting songs that examined her failed relationship from the perspectives of vengeful ex-lover, heartbroken victim, and nostalgic old flame.
However, studio sessions were generally unproductive and, after two weeks, yielded only one song recorded to the singer's satisfaction—the Jim Abbiss-produced "Take It All," a lovelorn piano ballad not unlike the songs on 19.
Adele had written "Take It All" during a difficult moment in her relationship.