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Total Control – Typical System

We talked the other day of how former regime have succeeded in polishing and dignifying a genre beaten during the last fifteen or twenty years. Post-punk is who will sing worthily, and thus a small legion of fans looked forward to the release of the second album Total Control, Australian group that, among other merits, […]

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Michael Jackson reached gold record with posthumous CD

The Posthumous album “Xscape” by Michael Jackson, the “King of Pop”, became a gold record in the country for more than 30 thousand copies sold after its release in May. This CD, which emerged from the demos that left prints, includes 15 previously unreleased tracks, including the single “Love never felt so good,” he said […]

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Carlos Rivera celebrated 10 years of his career with live album

The Mexican singer Carlos Rivera celebrated 10 years of experience with a party that will include the recording of a live compilation album and his debut as a composer. Rivera recorded the concert will offer on July 5 at the Metropolitan Theater in Mexico City for a CD / DVD that would market this year. […]

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Nick Waterhouse – Holly

Music media, the truth is I do not understand the imperative need that takes you to lighten the color of the skin of this or any other artist. Three or four decades ago, at a time when using the throat or play guitar in one form or another were a true reflection of the status […]

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Carlos Vives presents new album with new songs

Samarium speaks of ‘Deeper Heart’, which comes a year after his latest production. A little over a year since the release of his hit album ‘Deep Heart’, which has earned him three Grammy Awards among other Latino-, Carlos Vives returns with more. This is a new production, which will be available to the public on […]

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Insomnium – Shadows of the Dying Sun

Creditor breathtaking fame during the nineties, Melodic Death Metal torn between whether stoically resist the ravages caused by the passage of time waiting for the opportunity to rejuvenate laurels or take a bitter retreat to which many seem to be waiting bloodthirsty and bad baba. The choice for one of the two sides of the […]

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Coldplay sets record sales in UK

The British pop rock group Coldplay is poised to lead the charts in the UK after selling 82,000 copies of their latest album during the first day of release, revealed today Official Charts Company. That company in charge of compiling official album charts and best-selling singles in the UK said today that “Ghost Stories”, the […]

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Rodrigo y Gabriela – 9 Dead Alive

The road leading to two Mexican guitarists to earn a reputation in the pubs of Dublin, and then to sell millions of albums around the world based solely on acoustic instrumental songs, goes through a very clear line of action: talent. And that Rodrigo y Gabriela walks more than enough. The inseparable couple has gotten […]

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The album of Juan Gabriel launched to commemorate his 40 years on stage

The Mexican artist Juan Gabriel launches a new album to celebrate 40 years since he climbed on stage, which has become the great diva of Latin America. “My 40 Fine Arts” is a concert recorded live at the cultural center of Mexico City in August and with which the artist celebrates four decades of career. […]

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Ian Anderson releases new album and points to the end of Jethro Tull

The singer, songwriter and flautist Ian Anderson pointed end of his band Jethro Tull during the promotion of “Homo erraticus”, a new album-the-released second solo. Speaking to U.S. magazine Billboard, the Scottish musician has stated that “although Jethro Tull catalog remains in good shape and very attached” to him, in his “twilight years” prefer to […]

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