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Album sales were down in 2012. Is this the beginning of a trend?
Read all music from the UK in 2012, Adele, albums, coldplay, Ed Sheeran, London, Music, myloxyloto, Official Charts Company, Right Place Right Time and Robbie Williams over on Stirring Trouble Internationally.
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Adam Lovejoy writes from London: Have you ever wondered why is it that all those celebrities - and I mean here all sorts of actors and actresses and pop acts
Adam Lovejoy writes from London about actors and actresses and pop acts and comedians and models and people famous for no specific reason. His point is that this often leads them to seeking fame in sex, booze and dope but never quite pull it of leaving them as famous and as boring as before they began these popular crazy recreational activities.
Why don’t a band like Green Day know when it’s time to stop releasing new material? iTre! is quite possibly their worst album yet.
A humourous review of Green Day their recent installments and reflection of their previous greatest hits. Where they were where they have been and where they are at today. Find out some interesting things about their albums, American Idiot, Basket Case and other singles. Get the latest about Billie Joe Armstrong, Billy Joe, Green Day and the album review of iTre! from London in the category Music, Musical ensemble and finally find out a little bit more about Rob Cavallo.
Talk Talk are the talk of the town as Natural Order sensitively delves into their back catalogue
Another great review over on Stirring Trouble Internationally that examines the history and describes the detail about the Art work on the album covers. This is a satirical review that makes comparisons with Death Cab For Cutie, Duran Duran, London, Mark Hollis, Music, Natural Order, Radiohead and Roxy Music. If you like Talk radio then I am sure you will really like this review of Talk Talk's new album.
Last seen somewhere near to Mars circa 2003, David Bowie has landed back on earth and with a mighty media explosion.
David Bowie is back from space after ten years his new album projected to release around March. You can hope to read about Berlin, Bowie, Danny Boyle, David Bowie, iTunes, London, space, Space Oddity and Tony Visconti in today's post.