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New Album Review 'T.Rex - The Slider' 40th Anniversary Box Set | Stirring Trouble Internationally - By Freddie Mathews

New Album Review 'T.Rex - The Slider' 40th Anniversary Box Set | Stirring Trouble Internationally - By Freddie Mathews | British Music Scene | Scoop.it
Can a 40-year-old T.Rex album ‘get it on’ and stand the test of time in the current music market place?
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Buy yourself the 40th Anniversary T.Rex box set which features the lovingly re-mastered album from 1972 called The Slider.

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Ellie Goulding In Ireland

Ellie Goulding In Ireland | British Music Scene | Scoop.it

She's good as Gould. Ellie Goulding received nominations for two Brit Awards "British Female Solo Act and British Breakthrough Act" three years ago. confirming her prominence at the forefront of the British music scene.

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News from Ireland about Ellie Goulding who sang some songs there recently.

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Greenwich Nightclub March Opening

Greenwich Nightclub March Opening | British Music Scene | Scoop.it

London's biggest nightclub opens Studio 338 is in Greenwich, south-east London, and has hot air pumped into the outside space to heat it up in the chilly British winter.

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One of the biggest nightclubs in the city has opened its doors to people who like house music.

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Local Scene in music this week - Pittsburgh Post Gazette

Local Scene in music this week - Pittsburgh Post Gazette | British Music Scene | Scoop.it
Local Scene in music this week Pittsburgh Post Gazette "Bands have played music there -- Metallica for one -- and I know of a band based out of a British research station in Antarctica as well, so it is not some impossible undertaking." The singer...
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Is It True? Barack And Michelle And The D-Word?

Is It True? Barack And Michelle And The D-Word? | British Music Scene | Scoop.it
Is president Obama's marriage on the rocks?
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It must be hard work being a President, always on the move often away from the family. Todays entry takes a look at relationships.

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Incredible Side-By-Side Video Footage Shows London 86 Years Ago And Today

Incredible Side-By-Side Video Footage Shows London 86 Years Ago And Today | British Music Scene | Scoop.it
During the 1920s, cinematographer and inventor Claude Friese-Greene traveled across the U.K., capturing stunning footage of life in London in 1927.

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The Tower of London.

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Immigration policies: "a sick and twisted approach to demonise foreigners"

Immigration policies: "a sick and twisted approach to demonise foreigners" | British Music Scene | Scoop.it
This week in Telling it like it is, the broadcaster James Max and the former Kremlin adviser Alexander Nekrassov discuss the response to the disaster in the Philippines, whether Britain, as former pri...
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Internet radio broadcast from the Voice of Russia with Alexander Nekrassov, former advisor of the Kremlin. Todays entertaining show is about Britain, Immigration, Philippines, Social mobility and unusually timed Tattoos. Telling It Like It Is episode 10 includes World news and Latin news that includes a nostalgic memory of John Major.

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Music Review: Daft Punk – Random Access Memories

Music Review: Daft Punk – Random Access Memories | British Music Scene | Scoop.it
You won’t want to forget about this album…
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Here is a review of Access Memories its slightly different to what you would normally expect from Daft Punk if you like Diana Ross, Duran Duran music reviews done recently.

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Music News: Dido - Girl Who Got Away | Stirring Trouble Internationally - A humorous take on news and current affairs

Music News: Dido - Girl Who Got Away | Stirring Trouble Internationally - A humorous take on news and current affairs | British Music Scene | Scoop.it
This Is Great Music To Fall Asleep To
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Dido is one of those musicians who have the ability to make you want to sing along, will her new album be the same thing? Check out this positive review.

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New Album Review: Foals - Holy Fire | Stirring Trouble Internationally - A humorous take on news and current affairs

New Album Review: Foals - Holy Fire | Stirring Trouble Internationally - A humorous take on news and current affairs | British Music Scene | Scoop.it
Forget the Pope for a second as Foals have released their 3rd album, Holy Fire. It has nothing to do with religion whatsoever.
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The Foals are a new youthful band who are known for the recent journey to New York remixing drama. This article seems to cover most things. Subscribe if you like and if you don't be sure to leave a comment as to why not, K?

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The Week In British Music - Sunday 10 February 2013

The Week In British Music - Sunday 10 February 2013 | British Music Scene | Scoop.it
Another week in British pop: of Troggs losing their frontman, Paul Epworth getting a gong and The Courteneers returning with a new album.
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Important announcements this week from the British music scene include, death of a rock star, a comedian wannabe musician makes fun of marriage whilst the bands from Scotland and Manchester continue to entertain the masses with great music.

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New Album Review: Be Montague – Tales Of Flying and Falling

New Album Review: Be Montague – Tales Of Flying and Falling | British Music Scene | Scoop.it
On his new album Ben Montague proves that is does pay to hire in song-writing help
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New Album Review: The Drizabone Soul Family - The Recipe Of Life

New Album Review: The Drizabone Soul Family - The Recipe Of Life | British Music Scene | Scoop.it
The Drizabone Soul Family are in a music time warp, will someone please tell them what millennium we’re in?
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US Has Declared War In Mali - With Feet Firmly Not On The Ground

US Has Declared War In Mali - With Feet Firmly Not On The Ground | British Music Scene | Scoop.it
Drones are the new front line weapon. They do not respect sovereignty.
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More news from Afghanistan, al Qaeda, Anwar al-Awlaki, Barack Obama, Boots, Mali, Osama Bin Laden, Pakistan, United States, US and World War II. Read the full article over on Stirring Trouble Internationally.

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Folk Music Sixties

Folk Music Sixties | British Music Scene | Scoop.it

 What was the folk music scene really like in the Sixties? A new history of British folk clubs, the first acquisition by Faber's...

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Interesting post about folk music in the sixties shared a few weeks ago online.

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Is Camel a "Canterbury" band? - Progressive Rock Music Forum ...

Is Camel a "Canterbury" band? - Progressive Rock Music Forum ... | British Music Scene | Scoop.it
I mean things like "The Album", "Back To Front" and even "Blind Dog" which to me sounds closer to British Glam than to Canterbury. But in the end.....who cares really? Curiosity killed a cat, Schroedinger only half.
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New music found via Google choice of albums and music.

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Looking Back: 'Sugar Shack' top record in 1963 - Plainview Daily Herald

Looking Back: 'Sugar Shack' top record in 1963 - Plainview Daily Herald | British Music Scene | Scoop.it
Looking Back: 'Sugar Shack' top record in 1963
Plainview Daily Herald
Forget The Beatles, who were just breaking onto the American music scene in early 1964. When it came to pop music, Plainview's own ...
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Time To Start Boycotting Films Which Are Given Awards

Time To Start Boycotting Films Which Are Given Awards | British Music Scene | Scoop.it
All those film awards are just promoting mediocrity.
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12 years a slave, Academy Award, American Hustle, entertainment, Globe, Golden Globe Award, Leonardo DiCaprio, Los Angeles, Martin Scorsese and the Wolf Of Wall Street.

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Saving Civilians In Britain From Freezing To Death? | Stirring Trouble Internationally - Humorous Comments and Analysis Of News And Current Affairs

Saving Civilians In Britain From Freezing To Death? | Stirring Trouble Internationally - Humorous Comments and Analysis Of News And Current Affairs | British Music Scene | Scoop.it
Energy providers in Britain must be greasing some palms somewhere.
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The problems seems to be that fuel prices are going up, whilst weather conditions are becoming more diverse, lots of families are struggling to make ends meet and the consequences of the changes means more and more aid is in need. 

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Optimizing Press Releases: SEO is Now About Natural Writing, Social Sharing

Optimizing Press Releases: SEO is Now About Natural Writing, Social Sharing & Interesting Content.Search engines continually update the algorithms they use to index, categorize and rank online content, and the SEO landscape is far different today...
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Just found this press release its nice, up to date and to the point. Interesting things to note are current tips about press releases and what to avoid in the hype of a first paragragh and also the use of over optimization. You should be speaking in your chosen groups language so they understand. When I say language I do not mean translational multilingual language. Yes you can find out what this is in search and yes you have listened to what people are saying in response to what you have previously posted. Does this mean you should continue saying the same things? No I do not think so, any repitition is simply going to clash with what you have already said. Is there a danger of taking on board or resharing what other people have said well about the subject? Possibly, however giving respect to people who have done a better job of you at that time when talking about a subject is helping understand the Internet and overtime you will retain more readers respect by simply responding in a published short way, if your article ads contrast to what is being said then this will create a reaction in a place where engaged readers are already active and this can go one way or another.

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Music Review: Meat Loaf – Bat Out Of Hell (Songs By Jim Steinman)

Music Review: Meat Loaf – Bat Out Of Hell (Songs By Jim Steinman) | British Music Scene | Scoop.it
Meat Loaf is back but only for a final farewell…
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This is your stop shop pony about music, Meat Loaf music. How do you like your music?

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'All hell has broke loose'. Find out the latet Entertianment news and review of Meat Loaf music, Get the latest updates about Bat Out Of Hell by Meat Loaf. Those of you who have your views about the Entertianment industry and really like the old school rock music then you honestly have to take a look at this, this and much more over on stirringtroubleinternationally.com

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Music News: You Tube Influences The Charts? | Stirring Trouble Internationally - A humorous take on news and current affairs

Music News: You Tube Influences The Charts? | Stirring Trouble Internationally - A humorous take on news and current affairs | British Music Scene | Scoop.it
It’s Time To Get The Charts Out Of The Dark Ages
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MTV started out in Melrose place back in the eighties, since there success they have had to find new ways of compiling the charts. Things were a lot easier in the eighties.

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The 55th Grammy Awards, Was That It? | Stirring Trouble Internationally - A humorous take on news and current affairs

The 55th Grammy Awards, Was That It? | Stirring Trouble Internationally - A humorous take on news and current affairs | British Music Scene | Scoop.it
If that was The Grammys, then why is everyone still talking about Beyoncé at the Superbowl?
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 The 55th Grammy Awards – What Was That All About? A post originally shared by Alexander first published over on Stirring Trouble Internationally. Stirring Trouble Internationally is a current affairs website with news about music, entertainment, politics and world news. Stirring Trouble Internationally – A humorous take on news and current affairs StirringTroubleInternationally.com  February 13, 2013 at 12:05AM

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New Album Review - Cooking Songs (A Sony Music Compilation) Stirring Trouble Internationally

New Album Review - Cooking Songs (A Sony Music Compilation) Stirring Trouble Internationally | British Music Scene | Scoop.it
Cooking Songs, My A…
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New Album Review: Ron Sexsmith - Forever Endeavour

New Album Review: Ron Sexsmith - Forever Endeavour | British Music Scene | Scoop.it
Paul McCartney was in the right place at the right time. Ron Sexsmith wasn’t but it’s never too late.
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The Week In British Music - Sunday 27 January 2013

The Week In British Music - Sunday 27 January 2013 | British Music Scene | Scoop.it

"What’s happened this week on the British Music Scene? Read all about Brett Anderson, Depeche Mode, Katie Melua, Media, Music, Pigeon Detectives, Simon Cowell, Stone Roses, Suede and Tel Aviv."

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