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15 January 2005


 


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

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   11.   Axelle Red
(11)...Je Pense À Toi
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2.   Joke Jay
(4)....Angefixxt
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12.   Erasure
(17)...Breathe
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3.   Kylie Minogue
(3)...I Believe In You
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13.   Futureshock
(13)...Late At Night
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4.   OneTwo
(2)...Item E.P
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14.   Scissor Sisters
(19)...Filthy / Gorgeous
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5.   Milky
(8)...Be My World
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15.   Gwen Stefani
(12)...What You Waiting For
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6.   Marianne Rosenberg
(7)...Er Gehört Zu Mir 2004
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16.   Depeche Mode
(10)...Enjoy The Silence 2004
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7.   Eric Prydz
(6)...Call On Me
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17.  Michael Gray
(-)...The Weekend
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8.   Marianne Rosenberg
(5)...Marleen 2004
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18.   Joss Stone
(-)...Right To Be Wrong
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9.   In_Vox ft. Andy Bell
(9)...Will I Ever
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19.   Amber
(15)...You Move Me
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10.   Kristian Leontiou
(14)...Shining
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20.   Thomas Anders
(16)...Just Dream
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'One Blue Voice' Tour

Alison Moyet currently celebrating the success of her recent Top Ten gold selling album 'Voice' has kicked off 2005 by announcing a forthcoming tour. Entitled 'One Blue Voice' Alison will be performing with an eight-piece band including a string quartet. The tour, based on her album 'Voice', will be quite different from past concerts.

'One Blue Voice'
04/26/05: Basingstoke, The Anvil
04/27/05: Brighton, The Dome
04/29/05: Dublin, National Concert Hall
04/30/05: Liverpool, Philharmonic Hall
05/02/05: Birmingham, Symphony Hall
05/03/05: Ipswich, Regent Theatre
05/04/05: Manchester, Bridgewater Hall
05/06/05: Coventry, Warwick Arts Centre
05/08/05: Gateshead, The Sage
05/09/05: Glasgow, Royal Concert Hall
05/11/05: Oxford, New Theatre
05/12/05: Bristol, Colston Hall
05/15/05: Cardiff, St. David's Hall
05/16/05: London, Royal Festival Hall

              

Ticket info: http://www.gigsandtours.com/index.asp?link=alison+moyet&site=am
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12 Jan 2005 - New Releases

Urban Cookie
Collective
Michael Gray  
The Full Intentiion's supremo is back with the ultimate dancefloor tune. 'The Weekend' is the club anthem you've all been waiting for with its big synths, electronic key hooks and a vocal that's simply a catchy one liner. Get ready for the weekend! 
The Key, The Secret
2005 (CDs)
The Weekend (CDs)The Weekend (12'') 

   
Narcotic Thrust   
Andy Morris and Stuart Crichton (aka Narcotic Thrust) follow their top ten smash 'I Like It' with 'When The Dawn Breaks'. This track is already shaping up to be one of the biggest dancefloor anthems for 2005.
When The Dawn
Breaks (CD1) 
When The Dawn
Breaks (CD2) 
When The Dawn
Breaks (12'') 
 

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12 Jan 2005 - New Order - New Album

 

  

New Order unveiled their new album to the UK music industry at a series of playbacks in London on Monday afternoon.

The album, their eighth, and the first since 2001's Get Ready, is called Waiting For The Sirens Call.

It had been rumoured to be a pure dance album, along the lines of 1989's Technique, but in fact mixes dance tracks with rockier songs.

Written in Manchester and recorded in Manchester, Liverpool and London, the record was produced by Stephen Street.

The playback was introduced by Warners MD Korda Marshall, who said the band plan to release three singles from the album: Krafty - one of the more electronic numbers, the title track and the poppy Jetstream Lover, which features Scissor Sisters' Ana Matronic.

Several tracks press all the right classic New Order buttons ie, great bassline, wistful vocals, endearingly appalling lyrics, and the final track of the record sounded like the Stooges.

The first single 'Krafty' is scheduled to be released on March 7th

The album, 'Waiting For The Sirens Call' is scheduled to be released on March 28th.

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To mark the release of the definitive 'Best Of' album from one of the leading synth acts of the 80s, 'Shout' gets some very special remixes commissioned by Skylark, Jakatta and Fergie, adding their own elements to make the tune of yesteryear into a modern day anthem.

Release date: 24-1-2005

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