Saturday, October 07, 2006


Girls Aloud are set to release their cover of the Kaiser Chiefs hit I Predict A Riot. The song has become a staple of the Girls Aloud live show, but has never been released before. It will feature on the group's forthcoming 'best of' album The Sound Of Girls Aloud, which is due for release on October 30. The double album will also include covers of Chris Isaac's Wicked Game and Blondie's Hanging On The Telephone ...

Paul Weller, The Magic Numbers, The Zutons and The Fratellis have all joined the line up for the Electric Proms. They complete the line-up for the London festival which already features The Raconteurs, Kasabian and The Who, reports Damon Albarn's new group The Good, The Bad And The Queen will also be appearing. Weller and The Magic Numbers will play the Roundhouse in Camden on October 25. The Zutons play the same venue on October 27 ahead of James Brown's headlining appearance. The Fratellis join The Who at the Roundhouse on October 29 ...

Lily Allen and Muse have won gongs at this year's Digital Music Awards. Allen beat Sandi Thom to take the best pop artist prize. Muse collected two trophies - beating Hard-Fi and Kasabian to best rock artist and their fansite was named best unofficial music site. Thom Yorke won two awards including best artist campaign for his solo album The Eraser. Lemar won best urban artist. He beat Nate James, Plan B, Sway and The Streets reports BBC. The Streets did not go home empty handed, their frontman Mike Skinner won best blog, while the award for best artist promotion went to the White Stripes for Denial Twist project. Peter Gabriel was presented with the Pioneer Award for his contribution to digital sales over the years ...

You'll have to pay import prices if you want to hear the side project from Franz Ferdinand guitarist Nick McCarthy. Box Codax, the act fronted by McCarthy in his spare time, made its debut, Only an Orchard Away last month from Thinman Records in Britain and Gomma Records on the Continent. The 11-track effort won't be released in the States, according to a blog post by McCarthy ...

The Sisters of Mercy are inching toward breaking a 16-year absence from the studio, though plans for quickly released singles are on hold. The seminal Goth outfit is at work on its first full-length since 1990's Vision Thing (Elektra), according to posts on the band's website. No details on the new record were given, though it revealed it had severed its relations with East West Records. A series of independently released singles was planned to launch with "Summer," which would feature the title track, backed with a remix and another unnamed song. For reasons undisclosed, the band abandoned plans for singles ...

Ireland's The Frames will continue their association with Anti- Records, as the Epitaph imprint announced it will release the band's next album in North America. The band's The Cost will hit stores in North America Feb. 2007. The effort, which finds The Frames once again joining forces with producer David Odlum, follows up 2005's Burn the Maps (Anti-). The 10-track effort surfaced Sept. 22 in Ireland ...

The Killers - Sam's Town (2006)
The Decemberits - Crane Wife (2006)
Scott Walker - The Drift
Lisa Miskovsky - Changes (2006)
Evanescence - The Open Door (2006)
Damien Rice - O
Savage Garden - Affirmation
Linkin Park - Meteora
Green Day - American Idiot
The Mars Volta - Albums
Jason Forrest - Shamelessly Exciting
Mastodon - Blood Mountain
The Raconteurs - Broken Boy Soldier
VA - LateNightTales (Björk, The Flaming Lips, Radiohead, Sebadoh, Lush, etc.) !!!
The New Pornographers - Mass Romantic + Twin Cinema
Red Sparows - At The Soundless Dawn
Idiot Pilot - Strange We Should Meet Here
Low - The Great Destroyer
Owen - I Do Perceive
Patrick Wolf - Lycanthropy
Alternative/Rock Albums


Anonymous Anonymous said...

i was worried that you had left us...

5:55 PM  
Blogger JunkiePop said...

i didn't like the frames' the cost as much as burn the maps..
hope the continuous listenings let grow my consideration of this..

4:35 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Leslie West ¨Atlanta pop festival ´68 ili ´69....¨
Kume, nadji ovo sutra i postavi link. Ili posalji meni.Posto mi je jako potrebno.

11:01 PM  
Anonymous chrissie said...

Thank you soo very much for the Patrick Wolf's Lycanthropy album.:))I have been trying to get his album but they don't sell it here anymore.Thanks once again,

10:54 AM  

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