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In anticipation of the download chart combining with the singles chart, Kristian's first ever download-only single has been released. it's his own version of Tracy Chapman's classic 'Fast Car' a song that's a personal favourite of Kristian's as well as a track that he's recieved a great resp onse on when performing it live.

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It can be snapped up now at all legal download stores including Virgin Megastore, MSN, Wanadoo, Napster, iTunes and Tiscali for a cost of between 69p and GBP1. You can then play 'Fast Car' on your computer, burn a CD or transfer it to a digital MP3 player.

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Also, the stunning video for 'Fast Car' is now online, so don't forget to check it out at his official site.

http://www.kristianleontiou.com

 




Reissued 'Some Day Soon' is here

Kristian's critically-acclaimed debut album, 'Some Day Soon', has been re-vamped to feature some impressive new additions.

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Not only is 'Fast Car' on the tracklisting,
but there's some exciting new artwork too. It's out now
and is available at a special low price in HMV, Virgin, Tesco and all good independent record stores.

         
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09 Apr 2005 - New Marc Almond single

MARC ALMOND will release another limited edition single through his official website in a couple of weeks. 'Demented, Deluded, Delirious' and 'Theatre Of Dreams' will be available as a 7" coloured vinyl single and will be limited to just 500 copies...

The two tracks were recorded with producer Mekon (Marc featured on his album 'Relax With Mekon') around the time of Stranger Things but were not included on the final Stranger Things album as the production style was too different. These are not demos, these are two excellent fully finished tracks with high production values.

http://www.marcalmond.co.uk
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09 Apr 2005 - 80's News

ONETWO, the new project from OMD's PAUL HUMPHREYS and PROPAGANDA's CLAUDIA BRUCKEN have signed a deal with Mute Records, the home of DEPECHE MODE and ERASURE among many others, who will distribute all their forthcoming releases including their much anticipated debut album.

A-HA have announced the first dates of their forthcoming European tour in November and December. Shows have been confirmed in France, Belgium, Germany, Switzerland and the UK with more shows to be announced soon.

THE BLOW MONKEYS' former frontman DR ROBERT has put together a new Marc Bolan & T-Rex compilation, 'Children Of the Revolution', for the Demon label. Dr Robert, a huge fan of Bolan, compiled the album and also provided sleeve notes describing his own journey through Bolan's music.
KRAFTWERK have announced a rare run of dates from May to July which see the innovative German band play sixteen gigs in the US and Europe, including a performance at the prestigious Montreux Jazz festival on july 4th.

ABC, GO WEST, TONY HADLEY and PAUL YOUNG have announced the first dates for their upcoming Spanish tour. The acts will play shows in Barcelona, Alicante, Madrid and Murcia with more to be announced shortly.

ELVIS COSTELLO
is to release a deluxe 2-CD edition of his 'King Of America' album along with a limited edition 7" vinyl single of the album's lead track 'Brilliant Mistake' on April 26th. The album includes a bonus CD of live tracks, outtakes, demos and rare material.

THE CURE frontman ROBERT SMITH has provided vocals for a track on the forthcoming solo album from former Smashing Pumpkins singer Billy Corgan. Smith has recorded backing vocals on a cover version of THE BEE GEES' 'To Love Somebody', one of eleven tracks on the album 'The Future Embrace' which is due for a June 21st release.

SINEAD O'CONNOR
is recording a reggae album in Jamaica with the legendary Sly Dunbar. The album will be rleased later this year and will feature O'Connor's versions of 'some of reggae's most famous protest songs', which will include Bob Marley's 'War', Peter Tosh's 'Downpressor Man' and Burning Spear's 'Marcus Garvey'.

THE WATERBOYS
have announced a handful of dates for 2005 including headlining a MASG (Male Abuse Survivors Group) benefit in Galway on May 7th.

TANITA TIKARAM will release a new album - her first since 1998 - in April. 'Sentimental' will feature 10 new songs including two in collaboration with NICK LOWE.

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8 April 2005
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1.  Narcotic Thrust
(1)...When The Dawn Breaks
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2.   King Quadra
(4)....Pink Champagne
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3.   Alcazar
(2)...Here I Am
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4.   Kojak & Ruth Ann
(7)...
You Can't Live Without Me
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5.   Mustafa Sandal
(6)...Isyankar
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6.   Joss Stone
(5)...Right To Be Wrong
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7.   Michael Gray
(3)...The Weekend
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8.   Gwen Stefani
(12)...Rich Girl
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9.   Milky
(11)...In My Mind
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10.   Project Pitchfork & Steve Naghavi
(9)...Timekiller
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11.   Kylie Minogue
(17)...Giving You Up
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12.   Kristian Leontiou
(8)...Shining
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13.   Futureshock
(13)...Late At Night
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14.   Rammstein
(14)...Keine Lust
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15.   Joke Jay
(10)...Angefixxt
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16.   Joss Stone
(19)...Spoiled
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17.  Morrissey
(-)...There Is A Light That Never Goes Out
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18.   Alcazar
(-)...Alcastar
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19.   Erasure
(15)...Breathe
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20.   Milky
(16)...Be My World
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Tips:
Garbage - Why Do You Love Me?
Erasure - Don't Say You Love Me
The Ark - One Of Us Is Gonna Die Young
Kent - Max 500
Elize - Automatic
Shapeshifters - Back To Basics
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Franz Ferdinand frontman Alex Kapranos has revealed the band's new influences.

He was speaking to Xfm.co.uk ahead of the band's performance at the Royal Albert Hall in support of the Teenage Cancer Trust last night.

Kapranos said: "I've been listening to a lot of Dylan recently. I'm getting really into "Highway 61". It's so good. That's influencing more my lyrical style, than anything. I don't think we'll end up sounding like Dylan... but I just love the rhythm of his lyrics... and listening to people who are adventurous with the rhythm of their words. Bowie too... a bit of the old glam stuff, but also "Low", "Station to Station" and "Heroes" they're so radical and so adventurous and very inspirational. They were massively experimental and went to places where music had never gone before and yet it still sounded like pop music... and you could hum it straight away."

He added that the band is working with producer Rich Costey and "sitting around playing a lot of records, talking about music and things that excite us and experimenting."

Franz Ferdinand played four new tracks in their set, "Your Diary", "This Boy", "Wee Andy" and "Evil Heathen".
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