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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.Five singles were released to promote the album, with "Rolling in the Deep," "Someone like You" and "Set Fire to the Rain" becoming international number-one songs, while "Rumour Has It" charted in the top 20 across Europe and North America.Globally, 21 was the biggest selling musical release for both 20, and helped revitalise lagging sales of the UK and US music industry.Writing for the album began shortly after Adele separated from her lover.
Adele had written "Take It All" during a difficult moment in her relationship.In the initial stage of the album's production Rubin had signed on as its sole producer, and was scheduled to produce all of its songs.The demos she had recorded with Epworth, Smith, and Tedder (including "Rolling in the Deep" and "Set Fire to the Rain") were subsequently rerecorded by Rubin when she met with him in his Shangri-La Studio in Malibu, California in April 2010.Although unaware of Adele's personal predicament, he composed the opening piano sequence and first few lines to what became the lovelorn ballad "Turning Tables": "Close enough to start a war/All that I have is on the floor." Coincidentally, it perfectly captured the experience of the singer, who arrived at the studio moments after another altercation with her former lover.
Angry and unfocused, she denounced her ex-lover's tendency to "turn the tables" on her during their arguments, an expression that Tedder decided to reference in the song's lyrics.
With over 31 million copies sold worldwide, 21 is one of the best-selling albums of all time.