Friday, May 30, 2008
While the world awaits the Brangelina wonder twins, July's Vanity Fair presents exclusive new quotes - and a sexy cover - from Angelina Jolie about being pregnant, babies, birth, and motherhood.
The soon to be mother of six tells the mag that Brad Pitt makes her feel "very sexy" while pregnant.
Ange said, "I'm fortunate. I think some women have a different experience depending on their partner. I think that affects it. I happen to be with somebody who finds pregnancy very sexy. So that makes me feel very sexy."
The Top 10 on the Billboard 100 Singles:
#1 : Lil Wayne Featuring Static Major "Lollipop"
#2 : Leona Lewis "Bleeding Love"
#3 : David Cook "The Time Of My Life "
#4 : Rihanna "Take A Bow "
#5 : Jordin Sparks Duet With Chris Brown "No Air"
#6 : Usher Featuring Young Jeezy "Love In This Club "
#7 : Ray J & Yung Berg "Sexy Can I "
#8 : Madonna Featuring Justin Timberlake "4 Minutes"
#9 : Natasha Bedingfield "Pocketful Of Sunshine"
#10 : Coldplay "Viva La Vida"
Here I Stand is R&B singer Usher's fifth studio album, released on May 27, 2008.
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2. Love In This Club ft. Young Jeezy
3. This Ain't Sex
4. Trading Places
5. Moving Mountains
6. What's Your Name ft. will.i.am
7. Prayer For You Interlude
8. Something Special
9. Love You Gently
10. Best Thing ft. Jay-Z
11. Before I Met You
12. His Mistakes
14. What's A Man To Do
16. Love In This Club Part II ft. Beyonce & Lil' Wayne
17. Here I Stand
18. Will Work For Love (Hidden Track)
19. Love In This Club (Jason Nevins Extended Mix)
Album by album, they delivered terrific singles, from the swaggering "My Lovin' (You're Never Gonna Get It)" and "Free Your Mind" to the yearning "Don't Let Go (Love)" and "Hold On," plus such wonderful duets as "Whatta Man," where they team with Salt-N-Pepa to deliver a songs so sexy it hurts (but, as John Mellencamp says, it hurts so good). All these are here on this 16-track collection, along with several other singles that didn't climb as high on the charts, plus album tracks, and, well, filler, like a remix of "Hold On."
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1: Hold On (5:05)
2: Free Your Mind (4:53)
3: My Lovin' (You're Never Gonna Get It) (4:43)
4: Don't Let Go (Love) (4:54)
5: Give It Up, Turn It Loose (5:12)
6: Whatta Man (4:56)
7: Lies (4:17)
8: Whatever (4:22)
9: Love Don't Love You (3:58)
10: You Don't Have to Worry (3:48)
11: Waitin' on You (5:12)
12: Runaway Love (5:01)
13: Giving Him Something He Can Feel (3:59)
14: Don't Let Go (Love) (5:48)
15: Let It Flow (5:39)
16: Hold on [Hip Hop Remix] (5:50)
"Energy" is a R&B song written / produced by The Runaways (Sam Watters, Rico Love, Wayne Wilkins, and Louis Biancaniello), for Keri Hilson's debut solo album, In a Perfect World. The track was released to radio on May 27, 2008 and is the album's lead single.
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Rise is an album by British Pop artist Gabrielle. It became a huge commercial success, spending three weeks at number 1 in the UK, and achieving 3x Platinum status.
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3. "When a Woman"
4. "Tell Me What You Dream"
5. "5 O'Clock"
6. "Should I Stay"
7. "Over You"
9. "If You Love Me"
10. "Independence Day"
11. "Gonna Get Better"
Wednesday, May 28, 2008
A trio of new releases top The Billboard 200 this week, with 3 Doors Down's self-titled Universal Republic effort leading the charge at No. 1. The effort moved 154,000 copies in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan, making it the band's second chart-topping album.
3 Doors Down's last effort, "Seventeen Days," also started in the penthouse in 2005. So far, all four of the group's releases have reached the top 10 and have collectively sold 11.4 million copies.
UGK rapper Bun B's "II Trill" debuts at No. 2 with 98,000. The Rap-A-Lot/Asylum set is led by the single "That's Gangsta" featuring Sean Kingston and comes on the heels of the appropriately titled "Trill," which debuted and peaked at No. 6 on The Billboard 200 in 2005 with an opening sales frame of 118,000.
"Dancing with the Stars" champ-turned-country-singer Julianne Hough's self-titled Mercury Nashville debut enters at No. 3, moving 67,000. The single "That Song In My Head" rises 32-29 on the Hot Country Songs chart this week.
Reprise's retrospective Frank Sinatra collection "Nothing But the Best" falls 2-4 with 54,000, a 45% slip in sales. Last week's No. 1, Death Cab For Cutie's "Narrow Stairs" (Atlantic), descends to No. 5 with a 63% dip to 53,000. Leona Lewis' Syco/J set "Spirit" falls a notch 5-6 with 50,000 (-20%).
Season seven "American Idol" champion David Cook will set a record for debut entries on the Billboard Hot 100 and Hot Digital Songs tomorrow as 11 titles enter the former, while 14 songs jump on the download tally. The onslaught is led by a No. 3 Hot 100 start for his original recording "The Time of My Life," which shifts 236,000 downloads to easily take the No. 1 spot on Hot Digital Songs.
"Idol" runner-up David Archuleta lands three songs on both charts, led by his cover of John Lennon's "Imagine" (No. 36 Hot 100, No. 16 on Hot Digital Songs, 71,000).
Cook's takeover of the Hot 100 shatters the mark for debuts set by Miley Cyrus (as Hannah Montana) in the Nov. 11, 2006, issue, when she placed six new titles on the list. The 11 songs on the chart are the most in a week by any artist in the Nielsen Music era, which began in December 1991 when the chart converted to Nielsen BDS and Nielsen SoundScan data.
His haul also marks the most placements on the list since the Beatles charted 14 songs on the Hot 100 in the week of April 11, 1964.
We Sing. We Dance. We Steal Things. is Jason Mraz's third studio album released on May 13, 2008. Progress of the recording of the album has been documented on the YouTube series "Crazy Man's Ju-ju" which contain clips from San Diego and London, where most of the album was formed. The album features collaborations with James Morrison on the track "Details in the Fabric" and with Colbie Caillat, on the track "Lucky."
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1. "Make It Mine" - 3:08
2. "I'm Yours" - 4:03
3. "Lucky" (with Colbie Caillat) - 3:09
4. "Butterfly" - 5:00
5. "Live High" - 4:12
6. "Love for a Child" 4:06
7. "Details in the Fabric" (with James Morrison) - 5:45
8. "Coyotes" - 3:38
9. "Only Human" - 4:03
10. "The Dynamo of Volition" - 3:36
11. "If It Kills Me" - 4:34
12. "A Beautiful Mess" - 5:38
20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection: The Best of Shai released on August 14, 2001. It contains several of their singles.
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1. "If I Ever Fall In Love [Remix]"
3. "Baby I'm Yours"
4. "Sexual Interlude"
5. "Sexual (Tonight Is the Night)"
6. "Changes [Remix]"
7. "The Place Where You Belong"
8. "Come With Me"
9. "I Don't Wanna Be Alone"
10. "Mr. Turn U Out"
11. "Did You Know"
12. "If I Ever Fall in Love [Original Acappella Version]"
"The Time of My Life" was the coronation song for the winner of American Idol's seventh season, David Cook. It is also the winner out of thousands of entries for the 2008 American Idol Songwriter's Competition, and was written by Regie Hamm.
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3 Doors Down is an album by American rock band 3 Doors Down, released on May 20, 2008. "It's Not My Time" was the first single from the album and was released in February 2008. Another song on the album, "Citizen/Soldier" was released in 2007 as a tribute to the National Guard. The album became the band's second consecutive #1 album on the Billboard 200, debuting at #1 with first week sales of 154,000.
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1. "Train" - 3:10
2. "Citizen/Soldier" - 3:52
3. "It's Not My Time" - 4:01
4. "Let Me Be Myself" - 3:48
5. "Pages" - 3:47
6. "It's the Only One You've Got" - 4:23
7. "Give It to Me" - 3:21
8. "These Days" - 3:39
9. "Your Arms Feel Like Home" - 3:44
10. "Runaway" - 3:24
11. "When It's Over" - 4:18
12. "She Don't Want the World" - 4:03
Tuesday, May 27, 2008
Harrison Ford, Shia LaBeouf, Cate Blanchett top the box office this week with the "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull" flick.
1. Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
2. The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian
3. Iron Man
4. What Happens in Vegas...
5. Speed Racer
Ne-Yo the artist is busy these days, touring with Alicia Keys and preparing for the Aug. 15 release of his third Def Jam album, "Year of the Gentleman." But Ne-Yo the songwriter is equally, with rash of high-profile tracks either just out or coming.
One surprising entry on his docket is an uptempo track called "Bossy" the he worked on with Stargate for Lindsay Lohan's next album. "I gotta admit, we were like ... Lindsay Lohan?'" Ne-Yo says with a laugh. "I mean, I've written for Beyonce, Mary J. Blige, Rihanna, Celine Dion and ... Lindsay Lohan? But I will say this; we gave her a quality record and she did a ridiculously fabulous job. I was so shocked I had to call her and apologize for what I was thinking because she did so good. I think the world is gonna be surprised."
Just out is the Ne-Yo-penned "Spotlight," the first single from ex-"American Idol" contestant and "Dreamgirls" Academy Award-winner Jennifer Hudson's self-titled debut, due in September. Ne-Yo says "they're still putting the (album) together right now" but that he's "really, really proud" that his song was chose to be its calling card.
"They were really trying to figure out where to take her," he explains. "The main issue with Jennifer Hudson is her voice is so huge, so how do you take that and radio-ize it, make it radio-friendly. She can't do ('And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going') every song 'cause you'll eventually be tired of it. So ('Spotlight') is kind of a classy midtempo, and I hope and pray it does well 'cause Jennifer is an amazing talent."
Monday, May 26, 2008
Tony Award-winning singer/actress Kristin Chenoweth reaches back to her spiritual roots for her new album, As I Am. These roots were set down long before she began a career that most recently has taken her from Broadway’s Wicked to The West Wing. For the new recording, Chenoweth covers a wide range of inspirational material, from contemporary hits to traditional hymns and gospel favorites. The album is produced by Chris Harris, who has worked with such artists as Amy Grant, Michael W. Smith, and CeCe Winans. The recording was released on April 5, 2005.
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1. It Will Be Me
2. Word of God Speak
3. Because He Lives
4. Abide in Me
5. Borrowed Angels
6. There Will Never Be Another
7. Poor, Wayfaring Stranger
8. Joyful, Joyful
9. The Song Remembers When
11. Just As I Am
12. Upon This Rock
13. Taylor, the Latte Boy
Wreck of the Day is the debut album by singer-songwriter Anna Nalick, first released in the United States on April 19, 2005 by Columbia Records. It was produced by ex-Blind Melon members Brad Smith and Christopher Thorn at their own Studio Wishbone.
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1. "Breathe (2 AM)" – 4:39
2. "Citadel" – 2:46
3. "Paper Bag" – 3:27
4. "Wreck of the Day" – 4:05
5. "Satellite" – 3:57
6. "Forever Love (Digame)" – 3:19
7. "In The Rough" – 4:02
8. "In My Head" – 4:04
9. "Bleed" – 3:57
10. "Catalyst" – 3:34
11. "Consider This" – 3:34
12. "Wreck of the Day ('06)" – 4:11
13. "Drink Me" – 3:03
14. "Soldier" – 5:19
15. "More Than Melody" – 2:36
Sunday, May 25, 2008
Rockferry is the debut studio album by Welsh singer Duffy, first released on March 3, 2008 by A&M Records. Prior to releasing the album, Duffy appeared twice on Jools Holland's music show, performing the tracks "Mercy," "Warwick Avenue" and her version of "The First Cut Is the Deepest."
The album title Rockferry, according to Duffy, is loosely based on Rock Ferry, a suburb of Birkenhead, on the Wirral Peninsula and approximately 10 miles from the Welsh border and 3 miles from Liverpool.
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2. Warwick Avenue
4. Stepping Stone
5. Syrup And Honey
6. Hanging On Too Long
8. Delayed Devotion
9. I'm Scared
10. Distant Dreamer
Saturday, May 24, 2008
1. Eminem - Shake That: "This song is amazing to dance to, it has a great beat and is a little naughty."
2. Sia - Breath Me (Mylo Remix): "I love the remix of this song. Sia has a beautiful voice and i warm up to this song when i work out."
3. Janet - Feedback (Monto Blanco Full Vocal Remix): This is a great song to dance to."
4. 50 Cent - In Da Club: "50 Cent makes amazing beats, this is a club classic that will never die."
5. Faithless - Drifting Away: "I love the combo of hip-hop and opera"
6. Rihanna - Don't Stop The Music (The Wideboys Club Mix): "This is a great song. It gives me an extra burst of energy when i feel like i have no more."
7. Kylie Minogue - Speakerphone: "Best song on the record. I love bloodshy and avant."
8. 50 Cent - Ayo Technology: "Another naughty song that inspires me."
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Here is a live CD from Janet Jackson's 1993 World Tour "janet.". This CD was only released in Japan and believe it or not was actually never officially released. It was sold in stores in Asia because of a company who got hold of audio of the tour and released it to stores before it got pulled.
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1. Let's Wait A While 4.13
2. Rhythm Nation 4.54
3. What Have You Done For Me Lately? 2.53
4. Come Back To Me 4.20
5. Escapade 2.25
6. Miss You Much 3.40
7. Love Will Never Do 4.26
8. Alright 4.07
9. Black Cat 10.26
10. Nasty 4.30
11. That's The Way Love Goes 7.53
12. Because Of Love 5.24
13. Again 3.21
14. Throb 4.38
15. When I Think Of You 3.55
Wednesday, May 21, 2008
Death Cab For Cutie claims its first No. 1 album as "Narrow Stairs" starts at the top slot on the Billboard 200. The Atlantic set moved 144,000 copies in the U.S., according to Nielsen Soundscan. Death Cab's prior album, 2005's "Plans," debuted at No. 4 with 90,000 and spent 50 weeks on the chart.
Reprise's retrospective Frank Sinatra collection "Nothing But the Best" bows at No. 2 with 99,000. It's been nearly 15 years since Old Blue Eyes was this high on the chart. In December 1993, his "Duets" album spent three weeks at No. 2. This new hits collection, which chronicles the legend's tenure on Reprise Records, also commemorates the tenth anniversary of Sinatra's passing on May 14, 1998.
Jason Mraz's Atlantic album "We Sing, We Dance, We Steal Things" enters at No. 3 with 73,000, giving the Warner Music Group and WEA Distribution the top three on the chart for the first time in more than 16 years. "We Sing..." is the singer/songwriter's new high-water mark on the chart; "Mr. A-Z" topped out at No. 5 in 2005.
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The iconic performer will pull from her celebrated collection of music which has sold over 100 Million albums Worldwide
Janet Jackson, who has undeniably influenced pop culture with over a 100 million album sold, countless hit singles, awards and accolades, announced the launch of her Rock Witchu tour on the Ellen DeGeneres show yesterday afternoon. This is Jackson’s first tour in over seven years and is expected to feature the hit songs and innovative dance routines that have made her one of the most celebrated artists in history.
The Live Nation produced tour kicking off in Vancouver, BC on September 10th, will feature dates in DC, New Jersey, Oakland, Montreal, and Toronto to name a few and is expected to hit major markets as it travels across the country. Tickets go on sale for the first shows beginning Saturday, June 7th, and are available at www.livenation.com . Confirmed dates are listed below with more dates to be announced shortly.
Jackson’s Rhythm Nation 1814 tour was the biggest selling debut world-wide tour in history. The tour solidified her status as a trailblazing entertainer with cutting edge choreography, unparalleled stage production, theatrics and spectacles, winning over audiences across the board and breaking global box office records along the way. She wowed the world with over 100 performances in 90 cities. The first international shows were in Japan, where she sold out the Tokyo Dome (48,000 capacity) with four shows in seven minutes, creating the record for the fastest sell out in the history of the Tokyo Dome.
Citi cardmembers will have access to presale tickets beginning June 2 at 10am ET through Citi's Private Pass Program®. For complete presale details visit: www.privatepass.citi.com . "We are excited to offer Citi® cardmembers special access to the newly-announced Janet Jackson 2008 tour ," said Vik Atal, Chairman and CEO, Citi Cards. "The tour is a great example of the benefits of our alliance with Live Nation which enables us to provide our cardmembers with once-in-a-lifetime experiences through our unique Private Pass Program."
Jackson has launched, www.JanetFanClub.com , a dedicated tour website for the Rock Witchu Tour where the public can sign up for access to presale tickets, exclusive content, contests and worldwide community of Jackson fans and more. Pre-registration has now begun for the website, which will go live on May 28th, with early access to presale ticketing starting May 30th at 10am. Registrants will have the ability to access future presales for additional dates as they are announced. To find out more, visit www.JanetFanClub.com starting May 28th.
Jackson has left an indelible mark on pop music selling more than 100 million albums and as a female artist having achieved the number one spot on Billboard Magazine’s Top 200 Album Chart 6 times, is among the top 3 of all time for a female artist. She is the only performer male or female to be nominated for Grammy Awards in each of the Pop, Rock, Dance, Rap and R&B categories, and the first female recording artist of color to be nominated for a Producer of the Year Grammy. With literally hundreds of awards and nominations from everyone from the American Music Awards where she holds the title for most nominations from one album, MTV where she was awarded the first ICON award, or the Academy Awards, Golden Globes, Radio Music Awards, World Music Awards, Billboard, Rolling Stone, NAACP, etc the recognition of her musical contributions are astounding.
Whitney Houston is the self-titled debut album by American pop/R&B singer Whitney Houston, released on February 14, 1985. The album had a slow start, but exploded during 1986 with the help of three number one singles on the Billboard Hot 100. It is Houston's best-selling studio album, with sales of over 25 million worldwide to date, and one of the best selling albums of all time in the U.S. and worldwide.
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1. "You Give Good Love" (La La) – 4:37
2. "Thinking About You" (Kashif, LaLa) – 5:26
3. "Someone For Me" (Raymond Jones, Freddie Washington) – 5:01
4. "Saving All My Love for You" (Gerry Goffin, Michael Masser) – 3:58
5. "Nobody Loves Me Like You Do" (James Patrick Dunne, Pamela Phillips-Oland) – 3:49
* Performed by Whitney Houston & Jermaine Jackson
6. "How Will I Know" (George Merrill, Shannon Rubicam) – 4:36
7. "All At Once" (Masser, Jeffrey Osborne) – 4:29
8. "Take Good Care Of My Heart" (Steve Dorff, Pete McCann) – 4:16
* Performed by Whitney Houston & Jermaine Jackson
9. "Greatest Love of All" (Linda Creed, Masser) – 4:51
10. "Hold Me" (Creed, Masser) – 6:00
* Performed by Whitney Houston & Teddy Pendergrass
0304 is the fourth studio album by American pop singer Jewel, released in June 2003 on Atlantic Records. The album is considered Jewel's most mainstream-accessible album to date.
Inspired by the sudden success of scoring a number-one hit on the U.S. Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart with "Serve the Ego", the final single from her previous effort This Way, Jewel made a radical departure from previous musical efforts and recorded 0304, a pop- and club-friendly record, void of anything "folk-like" she had previously done.
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1. "Stand" (Jewel Kilcher, Lester Mendez) – 3:15
2. "Run 2 U" (Kilcher, Mendez) – 3:40
3. "Intuition" (Kilcher, Mendez) – 3:49
4. "Leave the Lights On" (Kilcher, Mendez) – 3:24
5. "2 Find U" (Kilcher, Mendez) – 3:17
6. "Fragile Heart" (Kilcher, Anthony Bell) – 3:33
7. "Doin' Fine" (Kilcher, Mendez) – 3:15
8. "2 Become 1" (Kilcher, Guy Chambers) – 4:40
9. "Haunted" (Kilcher, Mendez) – 4:53
10. "Sweet Temptation" (Kilcher, Rick Nowels) – 4:10
11. "Yes U Can" (Kilcher, Nowels) – 4:01
12. "U and Me = Love" (Kilcher, Mendez) – 3:38
13. "America" (Kilcher, Mendez) – 3:43
14. "Becoming" (Kilcher, Mendez) – 4:24
15 is Buckcherry's third studio album and the first with a new line-up, released on November 29, 2005 in Japan and April 6, 2006 in North America, the album has been certified Platinum by the RIAA for sales of 1,000,000 copies surpassing their debut album. The latest and fifth single "Sorry", has become their highest charting single to date on the US Hot 100.
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1 "So Far"
2 "Next 2 You"
3 "Out of Line"
7 "Crazy Bitch"
11 "Broken Glass"
Tuesday, May 20, 2008
-- Pregnant with twins, Angelina Jolie says the story behind her latest drama hits close to home: the loss of a child.
Jolie stars in Clint Eastwood's "Changeling," the true story of a Los Angeles woman who endured horrors at the hands of corrupt police in her crusade to find out what happened to her son after he vanished in 1928.
"To lose a child: I can't imagine anything worse, especially not knowing the fate of that child," Jolie told reporters after a press screening. "Changeling" makes its formal Cannes Film Festival premiere later Tuesday night.
Courtney Love has taken to her MySpace blog to refute an online report that she'd scrapped work on her next studio album.
Instead, Love says the Linda Perry-produced set will be turned in to the latter's Custard label by mid-July. "No 'scrapping' is going on, simply a few retakes, especially since all those recordings were leaked to the Net," Love writes.
"Don't assume you know any songs on this album," she continues. "Some may sound somewhat familiar or even have the same titles and arrangements. A few are just precious diamonds I wouldn't touch, but there's TONS of NEW ones which you haven't a clue about."
"I think we made a beautiful, vibey, magical record," Perry told Billboard in late 2006. "Courtney Love's name should be right next to Bob Dylan when they say best lyricist of all time."
In her post, Love says she is "playing" with former Faith No More member Roddy Bottum and Stuart Fisher, but did not elaborate in what capacity.
Though going out on tour means connecting with fans, it can also mean long hours, high stress, and sleepless nights. Janet Jackson says she’s looking forward to all of it.
“I love all of that, all of that pressure, I really do,” Jackson said on Monday as she gears up for a North American tour to kick off in September.
The tour, which opens in Vancouver, B.C., on Sept. 20 and includes dates in New York and Washington, is Jackson’s first in seven years. But the singer, who just turned 42 last week, said she hadn’t planned on waiting for so long.
“I was supposed to go on tour with the last album,” said Jackson, referring to the 2006 CD “20 Y.O.” But the singer said her record label wanted her to wait for her latest CD, “Discipline.”
“We were actually in full-blown tour rehearsals at that point ... learning numbers, getting everything together, set designs,” she said. “I had to kind of shut everything down and go into the studio.”
Jackson’s shows have always been heavy on choreography and glitzy sets. But she promised fans some surprises this time around.
“It will definitely be a big production but it will definitely also be something that I’ve never done before, that people have never seen from me before,” she said.
While only a few dates have been announced for the Live Nation tour, Jackson expects to take the “Rock Witchu” tour (named, by the way, for a song on her new album, not for her brother Michael’s famous hit) worldwide.
“It’s been a while so I really want to make my rounds,” she said. “I haven’t been to “Australia in a very long time; I can’t wait to go there. There are a lot of places where I really want to stop off at, and that’s the idea, that’s the goal with this tour.
Tickets go on sale June 7.
A Thousand Different Ways is the third studio album by Clay Aiken. The album, which was executive produced by Jaymes Foster, consists of ten covers and four new songs. It was released by RCA on September 19, 2006. The first single was "Without You" and the second, "A Thousand Days."
Writers of the four new songs ("These Open Arms", "Lonely No More", "A Thousand Days" and "Everything I Have") include Jon Bon Jovi, Desmond Child, Andreas Carlsson, Jeremy Bose, Aldo Nova, Samuel Waermo, Mimmi Waermo and Aiken himself.
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1. "Right Here Waiting"
2. "Lonely No More"
3. "Without You"
4. "Every Time You Go Away"
5. "Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word"
6. "When I See You Smile"
7. "A Thousand Days"
8. "(Everything I Do) I Do It For You"
9. "Because You Loved Me"
10. "I Want To Know What Love Is"
11. "These Open Arms"
12. "Here You Come Again"
13. "Everything I Have"
14. "Broken Wings"
Ricky Martin returned to the music business with Life, his 9th album and his first English language CD in five years, his last being 2000 Sound Loaded. He also co-wrote most of the songs on Life. Martin feels that this album is one of his most personal releases to date, explaining, "I was really in touch with my emotions. I think this album is very multi-layered, just like life is. It's about feeling anger. It's about feeling joy. It's about feeling uncertainty. It's about feeling. And all my emotions are part of this production."
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1. "Til I Get To You"
2. "I Won't Desert You"
3. "I Don't Care" Feat. Fat Joe & Amerie
4.# "Stop Time Tonight"
6. "I Am" Feat. Voltio
7. "It's Alright"
8. "Drop It On Me" Feat. Daddy Yankee
9. "This Is Good"
10. "Save The Dance"
11. "Sleep Tight"
Blackout is the fifth studio album by American pop singer Britney Spears. It was released on October 27, 2007 in Australia, October 29, 2007 in the UK and October 30, 2007 in the U.S., and around the world. According to IFPI, The album shipped 1.9 million copies worldwide by the end of 2007. As of May 2008 Blackout has sold 3 million copies around the world. Blackout was ranked at number fifty by Rolling Stone in its publication of the Top 50 albums of 2007.
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1. "Gimme More"
2. "Piece of Me"
4. "Break the Ice"
5. "Heaven on Earth"
6. "Get Naked (I Got a Plan)"
8. "Toy Soldier"
9. "Hot As Ice"
10. "Ooh Ooh Baby"
11. "Perfect Lover"
12. "Why Should I Be Sad"
Rich, gospel-like harmonies capture the ear on a set filled with creamy melodies and laid-back, funky beats Trio takes the high road with positive lyrics that articulate pro-female theory as well as warm, romantic notions. BlackGirl combines the soulful harmonies of days gone by with '90s production, resulting in closely woven vocals and temporally hybrid musical arrangements.
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01 . Krazy
02 . Treat U Right
03 . Can U Feel It
04 . Where Did We Go Wrong
05 . Chains
06 . Ooh Yeah [Smooth]
07 . 90's Girl
08 . Nubian Prince
09 . Things We Used to Do
10 . Can't Live Without U
11 . Let's Do It Again
12 . Home
13 . 90's Girl [Encore Remix]
Unlike other run-of-the-mill debuts from former "Idol" contests, "ADD" is packed with electro-funk jams, hip-hop beats and soaring ballads that explode with Lewis' personality and uniqueness. Taking cues from Justin Timberlake ("Break Anotha"), Erasure ("End of the World"), Prince ("She's Makin' Me Lose It") and the Police ("1,000 Miles"), Lewis gives fans plenty to get excited about here, even those with short attention spans.
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1. Silence Is Golden... (intro)
2. Break Anotha
3. Gots To Get Her (inspired By Puttin On The Ritz)
4. Know My Name
5. How Many Words
7. Hate 2 Love Her
8. Without You
9. Here's My Hello
10. What'cha Got 2 Lose
11. She's Makin' Me Lose It
12. Bshorty Grabs Mic
13. End Of The World
14. 1000 Miles
15. I Got U
16. ..i Choose Noise (outro)
Monday, May 19, 2008
Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not is the debut album by Sheffield band Arctic Monkeys, released on 23 January 2006. The album, gaining its name from the film Saturday Night and Sunday Morning, became the fastest selling debut album in the UK since records began, selling over 360,000 copies in its first week, but losing the title in November 2007 to Leona Lewis's album Spirit. It has since gone quadruple platinum in the UK and won the 2006 Mercury Prize.
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1. "The View from the Afternoon" – 3:38
2. "I Bet You Look Good on the Dancefloor" – 2:53
3. "Fake Tales of San Francisco" – 2:57
4. "Dancing Shoes" – 2:21
5. "You Probably Couldn't See for the Lights But You Were Staring Straight at Me" – 2:10
6. "Still Take You Home" (Turner/Cook) – 2:53
7. "Riot Van" – 2:14
8. "Red Light Indicates Doors Are Secured" – 2:23
9. "Mardy Bum" – 2:55
10. "Perhaps Vampires Is a Bit Strong But..." – 4:28
11. "When the Sun Goes Down" – 3:20
12. "From the Ritz to the Rubble" – 3:13
13. "A Certain Romance" – 5:31
At Last is a Grammy Award-nominated 2003 album by Cyndi Lauper. It made the top 40 of the album charts in both the US and Australia.
The album features a duet with Tony Bennett on "Makin' Whoopee". Lauper co-produced the album with Russ Titelman.
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1 At Last 2:45
2 Walk on By 4:33
3 Stay 3:14
4 La Vie en Rose 3:34
5 Unchained Melody 4:27
6 If You Go Away 4:28
7 Until You Come Back to Me (That's What I'm Gonna Do) 4:39
8 Baby Just Cares for Me 2:39
9 Makin' Whoopee 4:15
10 Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood 3:38
11 You've Really Got a Hold on Me 4:03
12 Hymn to Love 3:37
13 On the Sunny Side of the Street 4:05
Friday, May 16, 2008
Thursday, May 15, 2008
Newcomer Linda Kiraly may have Rodney Jerkins in her back pocket on debut single "Can't Let Go," but the 24-year-old already brings a world of experience to her upcoming 2008 debut.
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In the 1980s Jody Watley was on top of the world, she won a Grammy for Best New Arist, and a Billboard Award for Dance Artist of the Year, in 1987 her solo debut album spent 3 weeks at #1 on the R&B album chart and spent weeks in the top 10 going double platinum by the end of its run.
Check out this 1987-1988 classic, which also includes George Michael on the song "Learn to Say No"
1. "Looking for a New Love"
2. "Still a Thrill"
3. "Some Kind of Lover"
4. "For the Girls"
5. "Love Injection"
6. "Don't You Want Me"
7. "Do It to the Beat"
8. "Most of All"
9. Learn to Say No featuring George Michael
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Wednesday, May 14, 2008
Oftentimes, U.K. chart success does not necessarily mean stateside success, as is evident with artists such as Kylie Minogue, Cliff Richard, Simply Red, Robbie Williams, and, in this case, the warm-voiced, anti-diva British soul/pop singer/songwriter Gabrielle, the recipient of 1997's Brit Award for Best British Female Vocalist. Gabrielle scored with an amazing run of hits in Europe, but only one true hit in the U.S. with "Dreams". From start to finish, Dreams Can Come True is a completely accurate representation of Gabrielle's successful career, and truly brings to light just how much great music the U.S.A. has been missing out on.
It went on to become the fifth best selling album of 2001, achieving 4x Platinum in the UK.
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2. "Going Nowhere"
3. "I Wish"
4. "Because of You"
5. "Give Me a Little More Time"
6. "Forget About the World"
7. "If You Ever" (with East 17)
8. "If You Really Cared"
9. "Walk on By"
12. "When a Woman"
13. "Should I Stay"
14. "Out of Reach"
15. "Don't Need the Sun to Shine (to Make Me Smile)"
16. "If I Walked Away"
Neil Diamond is one of pop music's most enduring and successful singer-songwriters. As a successful pop music performer, Diamond scored a number of hits worldwide in the 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s, but has finally scored his first #1 album on the Billboard chart.
In another busy week in the top tier of The Billboard 200, Neil Diamond's "Home Before Dark" zooms in at No. 1, becoming his first chart-topping album. The Columbia set got a big plug when Diamond appeared on "American Idol" two weeks ago, bolstering its 146,000 first-week U.S. sales, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
The Rick Rubin-produced "Home" is Diamond's biggest debut sales week since SoundScan began tracking in 1991. He first appeared on Billboard's charts in 1966 with "The Feel of Neil Diamond"; the closest he ever got to No. 1 was with the 1973 soundtrack to "Jonathan Livingston Seagull," which reached No. 2.
With 103,000 units, Toby Keith's double-disc collection "35 Biggest Hits" (Show Dog Nashville) bows at No. 2. The country star has scored three prior No. 1 albums and two No. 2s.
Meanwhile, Madonna's "Hard Candy" (Warner Bros.) falls from the top slot to No. 3, moving 94,000 with a 66% slip. "American Idol" star Clay Aiken debuts at No. 4 with "On My Way Here" (RCA), with a slightly less total than "Hard Candy." Aiken's last studio album, 2006's "A Thousand Different Ways," started at No. 2 with the much larger sum of 211,000.
Mariah Carey's Island Def Jam album "E=MC2" continues its decline 2-5 with 87,000 (-9%), and Leona Lewis' "Spirit" (Syco/J) slips 3-6 with 76,000 (-10%).
Tuesday, May 13, 2008
"So Amazin'" was supposed to be the Christina Milian album that took the actress/singer into super stardom; unfortunately for her there was more focus on her dating life with Nick Cannon, Eric West and Dre then her music itself, her record label dropped her and promotion for this album after the album and the single failed to reach the top 10, but reviews were "So Amazin'" for this album.
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1. "Say I" (Featuring Young Jeezy)
3. "Gonna Tell Everybody"
4. "Who's Gonna Ride" (Featuring Three 6 Mafia)
5. "So Amazing" (Featuring Dre)
6. "Hot Boy" (Featuring Dre)
8. "My Lovin' Goes"
9. "Just A Little Bit"
10. "Y'all Ain't Nothin'"
11. "She Don't Know"
"Lollipop" is the first single from Lil Wayne's sixth studio album, Tha Carter III. The single kicked Leona Lewis' "Bleeding Love" off of the top spot of the Billboard Hot 100 for one week.
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Janet Jackson will be interviewed and will perform on the May 19 episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
Check out her upcoming singles "Luv" and "Can't B Good"
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Released in 2008, this disc doesn't contain anything from Salt-N-Pepa's last album, 1997's Brand New, but it features almost every significant single from their first four. That said, two of the best tracks from Blacks' Magic, "You Showed Me" and "Do You Want Me" (a number seven rap single that seemed nearly as ubiquitous as "Push It" for a couple months during 1991), are missing -- bound to be an issue for some. Do give the compilers some credit for tapping "My Mic Sounds Nice."
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1. Push It
2. My Mic Sounds Nice
4. Shake Your Thang
5. Get Up Everybody (Get Up)
6. Let's Talk About Sex
9. Whatta Man featuring En Vogue
10. None of Your Business
11. R U Ready
Louis Armstrong casts a long shadow over all of 20th-century American popular music, thanks in large part to the explosion of talent he displayed in the early part of his career--as an improvisational innovator, bandleader, and vocal stylist. By the time he cut most of the material included on this slight (less than 30-minute) set, he had comfortably settled into his popular persona, mugging and mopping his brow with a handkerchief.
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1. What a Wonderful World
2. Hello, Dolly!
3. Dream a Little Dream of Me
5. That Lucky Old Sun (Just Rolls Around Heaven All Day)
6. I Still Get Jealous
7. Blueberry Hill
8. Kiss to Build a Dream On
9. Gone Fishin'
10. When It's Sleepy Time Down South
19 is Adele's debut album, lead single, "Chasing Pavements". It debuted at number one on the UK charts on its first week. Included is a cover of the Bob Dylan song "Make You Feel My Love" from his 1997 album, Time Out Of Mind.
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Narrow Stairs is the seventh studio album by rock band Death Cab for Cutie. It was released on May 12, 2008 in the United Kingdom and released on May 13, 2008 in the United States. The first single of the album was "I Will Possess Your Heart", released on March 18, 2008.
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1. "Bixby Canyon Bridge" – 5:15
2. "I Will Possess Your Heart" - 8:35
3. "No Sunlight" – 2:40
4. "Cath..." – 3:50
5. "Talking Bird" – 3:23
6. "You Can Do Better Than Me" – 1:59
7. "Grapevine Fires" – 4:09
8. "Your New Twin Sized Bed" – 3:06
9. "Long Division" – 3:50
10. "Pity and Fear" – 4:21
11. "The Ice Is Getting Thinner" – 3:45
12. "I Will Possess Your Heart (Radio Edit)" – 4:08
13. "Album Credits (As Read By Mike West)" – 2:51