No Doubt's new album has a title: Push and Shove
I. Can't. Wait.
That has nothing to do with my overall point.
"This is not your daddy's HBO version of Mandela," said Weinstein. "This is the kickass version of Mandela."
But regardless of how enormously popular 21 became, Meteor is right. Adele was not a "prominent voice of the 2000's". In fact, she didn't really become insanely prominent until 2010.
I've been on something of a Radiohead binge these past few days, finally getting around to listening to Kid A and bits of Amnesiac. I keep going back to this song again and again. It's really beautiful, but also eerie in that trademark Radiohead style.
"You are what you love, not what loves you"
- Donald Kaufman
As the other thread is closed, this is my celebration to Call Me Maybe topping the Hot 100...
And holy shit, the new Usher album will sell only 120-130k in its first week...
We need to talk about Amanda Mair and how her debut album is perfect.
Azealia has a new video
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Was just coming to post that, J2.
So, so, so, so, sooooo good.
Thank God! Finally, we have something: Bat For Lashes new album The Haunted Man to be released Oct 15. A tour is also planned.
The above link includes snippets from her new stuff as well.
The new "Future of the Left' album is pretty great, so far.