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Evan Rachel Wood has 10 years of experience in the movies, with some notable roles. However, music has been a strong undercurrent in her life and she is working on her first album. Following her stro...
Tuesday, 06 January 2009
It has been a great year for Soundtrack albums, with entries into Top 10 Albums of the Year (for example, Juno) and topping the charts around the world (Twilight going straight to No 1 on the Billboar...
Thursday, 01 January 2009
No longer the victims, and no longer singing about hurt and lost love, modern girls and women are getting some new messages - and new role models. Even though the singers cover a broad spectrum, the l...
Wednesday, 22 October 2008
The first Twilight movie is already heading into the Top 10 Movies of 2008. The Twilight saga books have been selling well and it seems we need the strong characters and unusual themes - not least to ...
Thursday, 11 December 2008

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iTunes dominant

 

Early this year, iTunes became the biggest music retailer in the United States. It has sold more than 5 billion songs since it launched in 2003. The meteoric rise now gives iTunes a 70% market share, and dwarfs all other music retailers - which must hurt for the many who have been in the industry so much longer.

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Alexandra Success

 

Beyonce and AlexandraAlexandra Burke has the record for the fastest-selling download across Europe on its first day of release. Hallelujah sold more than 105,000 which beat the previous fastest download of 82,000 in one day — A Moment Like This by Leona Lewis from 2006. By comparison, Take That sold less than 10,000 downloads of Greatest Day on its first day.

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New album from Arch Enemy

Swedish heavy metal band Arch Enemy are streaming tracks on MySpace from their new album The Root of All Evil due out October 6th. The powerful new song Bury Me an Angel is well worth a listen. Go to their MySpace site.

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