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09 Jan 2005 - Downloading beats CDs

Sales of legal download singles have finally overtaken those of physical CD singles according to figures released in the UK.

Reported on Musicweek.com, the 2004 Christmas period saw a surge in sales of legitimate downloads due to the popularity of portable music players such as the iPod as gifts.

Last week 312,290 downloads were sold against 282,399 CD singles.

Of all the singles in the UK Top 40, only Band Aid 20’s "Do They Know It’s Christmas?" and Steve Brookstein’s "Against All Odds" sold more than 25,000 physical copies.

Commenting on the figure, Ben Drury of 7 Digital Media, one of the main UK-based distributors of digital downloads, said: "This is a hugely significant milestone for the emerging download market and it has occurred much earlier than previously predicted."

However, a British Phonographic Industry spokesperson said that talk of the end of CD singles was premature.

Speaking to The Guardian newspaper, they said: "It's been another year of decline in CD singles sales but the rate of decline has slowed compared with the previous year.

"It's too soon to talk about the death knell of the CD single - there will always be a demand for physical tracks."
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8 January 2005


 


 
1.  Morrissey
(1)...I Have Forgiven Jesus

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11.   Axelle Red
(13)...Je Pense À Toi
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2.   OneTwo
(2)...Item E.P.
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12.   Gwen Stefani
(8)...What You Waiting For
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3.   Kylie Minogue
(4)...I Believe In You
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13.   Futureshock
(12)...Late At Night
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4.   Joke Jay
(6)...Angefixxt
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14.   Kristian Leontiou
(18)...Shining
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5.   Marianne Rosenberg
(3)...Marleen 2004
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15.   Amber
(10)...You Move Me
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6.   Eric Prydz
(5)...Call On Me
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16.   Thomas Anders
(16)...Just Dream
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7.   Marianne Rosenberg
(11)...Er Gehört Zu Mir 2004
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17.  Erasure
(-)...Breathe

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8.   Milky
(14)...Be My World
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18.   Tube & Berger
(15)...Straight Ahead
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9.   In_Vox ft. Andy Bell
(9)...Will I Ever
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19.   Scissor Sisters
(-)...Filthy / Gorgeous
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10.   Depeche Mode
(7)...Enjoy The Silence 2004
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20.   Alcazar
(17)...Physical
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Tips:

 Michael Gray - The Weekend 
 Joss Stone - Right To Be Wrong 

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04 Jan 2005 - Midge Ure On Tour

UK Tour 2005
 



For more details go to: www.midgeure.com/newstour.html

20 January, Bedworth, Warwickshire
21 January, Berwick, Northumbria
3 February, Whitley Bay, Tyneside
4 February, Dunfermline, Fife
12 February, Lewisham, London
24 February, Croydon, London
25 February, Worthing , Sussex
11 March, Solihull , Birmingham
12 March, Bury , Lancs
2 April, Motherwell, Lanarkshire
7 April, Shrewsbury, Shropshire
8 April, Tunbridge Wells, Sussex
14 April, Dundee, Fife
22 April, Morecambe, Lancs
23 April, Weston Super Mare, Avon
26 April, Paignton, Devon
29 April, Derby
30 April, Cirencester, Gloucestershire
5 May, Winchester, Hampshire
6 May, Liskeard, Cornwall
7 May, Ilfracombe, Devon
13 May, King's Lynne, Norfolk
14 May, Spilsby, Lincs
17 May, Horsham, Sussex
19 May, Newark, Notts
20 May, Cromer , Norfolk
21 May, Dartford, Kent
29 May, Middlesborough, Stockton on Tees
4 June, Stevenage, Hertfordshire
18 June, Perth Theatre, Scotland
19 June, Irvine, Lanarkshire
24 June, Darlington, County Durham
20 July, South Shields, Tyneside
22 July, Redhill, Surrey, TBC
23 July, Usk, Monmouthshire, TBC
5 August, Penzance, Cornwall
6 August, Tavistock, Devon
10 September, Winsford, Cheshire
30 September, Aberdare, Mid Glamorgan
6 October, Falkirk, Stirling
7 October, Burnley, Lancs

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04 Jan 2005 - Howard Jones On Tour

Tour dates 2005:

 21st January 2005  High Wycombe, England Acoustic Show
 22nd January 2005  Wavendon, England Acoustic Show
 19th March 2005  Kent, England Acoustic Show
 9th May 2005  ???, England Acoustic Show
 13th May 2005  Gothenburg, Sweden Electronic Show
 27th May 2005  Asti, Italy Acoustic Show
 23rd July 2005  ???, England Details will follow
 19th August 2005  Worksop, England Electronic Show

 Available Now:

The Very Best Of Howard Jones


The new Howard Jones album "Revolution Of The Heart" will be released WORLDWIDE on March 6th 2005. The confirmed track listing is as follows:

Celebrate
Respected
Just Look At You Now
Revolution Of The Heart (new version)
I've Said Too Much
The Presence of Other
Black & White
Another Chance
Stir It Up
For You, See Me

Howard Jones also features on an album by Japanese guitarist Ryo Matsui (of The Brilliant Green). The album is under the artist name of Meister and the album is called "I Met The Music".

Howard wrote the lyrics for and sings on "I Want You To Show Me" and plays Hammond Organ on "It's My Life". Some familiar faces are also on the album: Nick Beggs, Sice (ex-Boo Radleys), Gary Stringer (ex-Reef), Manda Rin (ex-Bis), Mark Gardner (ex-Ride) and Idha.

More info: www.howardjones.com
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03 Jan 2005 - A-Ha compilation CD




A-Ha will be releasing a 20th anniversary CD titled:
'A-Ha - The Singles: 1984-2004' on January 2, 2005.

 



A-Ha celebrates their 20th anniversary with the release of a new singles collection. Throughout their career, A-Ha has officially released 32 singles. 13 of them became top ten singles in the UK, and 14 singles have been number one on the radio lists over the world. The new singles album includes some of the highlights from A-ha’s last 20 years. The tracklist is on the right.


Further news:
The 'Take On Me' video continues to delight people. Not only did it hit another high listing in yet another 'Top 100 of best videos' - this time in Slant Magazine - the American music channel VH-1 also went on a search to find Bunty Bailey, who played the girl in the video as well as in its successor 'The Sun always shines on TV'.

  
   Take On Me
   The Sun Always Shines On TV
   Train Of Thought
   Hunting High And Low
   I’ve Been Losing You
   Cry Wolf
   Manhattan Skyline
   The Living Daylights
   Stay On These Roads
   Touchy!
   Crying In The Rain
   Move To Memphis
   Dark Is The Night
   Shapes That Go Together
   Summer Moved On
   Minor Earth, Major Sky
   Velvet
   Forever Not Yours
   Lifelines
  
  
  

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