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by Jenny (Staff Writer)

RECORD OF THE WEEK
Daniel Bedingfield - Nothing Hurts Like Love: 'Nothing Hurts Like Love' is out on October 25th and is be the first single from Daniel's album 'Second First Impression'. His album 'Second First Impression' will be released a week after the single on November 8th. After ten months absence due to a major car accident which could so easily have cost him his life, Daniel is back.
This song was written by Diane Warren, who, in the past has been responsible for songs such as Aerosmith's 'I Dont Want to Miss a Thing'. With an amazing string accompaniment and Daniel's vocals sounding better than ever!

HOT SHOT RECORD
Dannii Minogue vs. Flowerpower - You Won't Forget About Me: Dannii's first single with her new label AATW is a pumping dance tune which will see the Divine Miss D back in the charts and our hearts this autumn. As with 'Who Do You Love Now' Dannii has added her vocal magic to an existing instrumental club hit and the result is irresistable ('Flowerpower' was a huge club anthem coming out of Time in Italy).

Danzel - Pump It Up: Danzel was one of the 20 finalists of 'Idol 2003' in Belgium. The track is a cover of an oldier version by the Black & White Brothers and includes a sample of 'In the mix' by Mixmaster. 'Pump It Up' has been charted in almost all European countries, and the question is: Should you buy this cd-single?
A sure NO if you're living in Britain or Ireland. When there are EXCELLENT dance acts like Deep Dish in our charts, there isn't any excuse to buy something so 'trashy'. This is very good for countries like Russia, Greece, Croatia etc. with non-developed music dance scene and without good english languaged-skills. Oh, by the way, If you are a teacher for little kids in a kindergartner with many immigrants, then you can use it as an 'english' start-up!

Graham Coxon - Freakin' Out/All Over Me: When Graham Coxon started creating solo works when he was still with Blur, they seemed a wilful reaction against the often poppy and tuneful albums he was helping produce while at his day job. Coxon has split from Blur and he seems more relaxed about their legacy. "Freakin' Out" is an amiable punky rave-up evocative of the Jam. It is really a classic and the guitar is so cool. Lyrics are delivered in a snarly-sort-of-way and this song shows what the new 'proper rock band' should be doing.

Ja Rule feat. R Kelly & Ashanti - Wonderful: Ja Rule returns with the years finest urban collaboration! Ja Rule, R. Kelly and Ashanti form a formidable trio on the first single from Ja Rules new album, R.U.L.E. The track is really outstanding, one of the best collaborations for the 2004 and it is a very nice surprise that will be released in the UK exactly the same date with US. It is the third time Ja Rule sings together with the Ahanti (first was on the smash hit "Always On Time" and follows on "Mesmerize").
Ja Rule is coming up with bigger and cooler rhymes and beats, we can't wait what he's got next for us on the new cd 'R.U.L.E."

Kings Of Leon - The Bucket: The Kings Of Leon recorded their new album 'Aha Shake Heartbreak' with producer Ethan Johns (Ryan Adams, Counting Crows) - over five weeks in Studio City, California during the previous summer. After seeing the band play this years Glastonbury & V festivals, NME raved, "...A-Ha Shake Heartbreak is gonna p**s all over Youth and Young Manhood. Hallelujah!", whereas The Times declared that the new material in their set "consolidated their status as perhaps the finest American band of this decade.
For consumers/individuals: I hope that If you respect yourself, you are going to buy this cd-single and not something like Danzel, Will Young, Darious and others. Yourself, deserves the BEST!
For the 'free-to-air' radio stations: this cd-single shows how far you are from the reality of modern music waves and why so many of us we are looking something else on the Internet!

The Libertines - What Became Of The Likely Lads: You know, you have read it everywhere: 'Theyre the most important rock band in Britain since The Clash' (according to GO). In the late nineties in the East London squat scene, two troubadours and dreamers Peter Doherty and Carl Barat met and bonded over music and a common romanticism. They resolved to form a band with a name that reflected their attitude: a libertine is someone who is unrestrained by convention or morality.
The Libertines are born.
Their songs have become anthems: "What a Waster", "I Get Along", "Up the Bracket", "Boys in the Band", "Time for Heroes" and "Don't Look Back into the Sun". They sing and play and live this life that sits in the previously unexplored point halfway between the urban assault of The Clash and the arch romanticism of The Smiths. The new album is produced by Mick Jones and engineered by Bill Price (who worked on Londons Calling, and with Guns n Roses). Recommended.

Mick Jagger & Dave Stewart - Old Habits Die Hard: How someone can write something good, when all the other had done it before him/her for this track? Great sound, maybe this is the airplay track for every station this week! The song is bringing us another collaboration, Mick Jagger & Dave Stewart from the 'Alfie' Soundtrack. 'Alfie' is the remake of the classic 1960s film Alfie, the soundtrack has been co-written by a true icon of the period, Mick Jagger. Together with Dave Stewart, the pair wrote and recorded the album with guest spots from Joss Stone, Nadirah and Gary "Mudbone" Cooper.

Mindy Smith - One Moment More: I first heard Mindy Smith on CMT's music countdown. Although the track "Come To Jesus" was a top country hit, I can't decide if she's really country or christian. The pleading melody of "One Moment More" captures the feelings of parting/separation.
"One Moment More" according to Mindy, it had written in 1991 when her mother was dying from cancer. That makes me wonder how old she was when she wrote the song? How do you describe a performance that is other-worldly? I havent stopped listening to it from last summer. The song gets me every time, check this out, its definately worth it!

Shakedown - Love Game: I enjoy the music on this a lot - especiall Mousse T. remix. It has a familiar sounding melody with a solid beat, but the vocal sounds like Hall & Oates! Samuel Wallis' voice spoils the bouncey beat and disco-pop sound of the track. I mean, If I have to listen Hall & Oates, I preffer the originals. I like the music of "Love Game' a lot but can't stand the vocal.

Snow Patrol - How To Be Dead: Final Straw, third album from Glasgow-based quintet Snow Patrol, is a darker, nastier and altogether bleaker beast than anything they've produced before. Another single is going to be released this week: 'How To Be Dead,' lends heavily to the rest of their stuff in style and it sounds more like an experiment than a proper song.
Still absolutly brilliant and get this: my proffesor heard it radiating from my car (I'm 24, he's 59) and he wants to borrow it. This may be the first ever time he's said that to me :-)

Tina Turner - Open Arms: The double album 'All The Best' collects together all of Tina Turner's big hits old and new, and includes early tracks such as the kickin' "Nutbush City Limits" and the soulful "River Deep Mountain High" alongside 80s classics, like "We Don't Need Another Hero" and "Private Dancer", and new songs, such as "Open Arms." The track is produced by the legendary producer Trevor Horn and the is getting airplay all over the world now.

OTHER SINGLES RELEASED THIS WEEK

October 25
Agent Blue - Crossbreed
Alex Cuba Band With Ron Sexsmith - Lo Mismo Que Yo (If Only)
All About Us - Where The Action Is
The Basement - Do You Think You're Moving On?
The Bees - One Glass Of Water [Released only on 7” and Download]
Bloc Party - Helicopter
Busted - What I Go To School For (Live) [Download only]
Cathy Davey - Cold Man's Nightmare
Cherubs - Hey Bunny
Chikinki - All Eyes
Country Soul Revue - Junior Beats Parts 1 & 2
Crane builders - So What Could I Do?/Trouble Is
Daniel Bedingfield - Nothing Hurts Like Love
Dannii Minogue vs. Flowerpower - You Won't Forget About Me
Danzel - Pump It Up
Do Me Bad Things - Time For Deliverance
The Drama - Nothing Can Tear Us Apart
Earlies - Morning Wonder
Eastern Lane - I Said Pig On Friday
Ella Guru - Park Lane Speakers
Ellements - Walk Right Now
The Fight - Revolution Calling
Flash Brothers - Amen (Don't Be Afraid)
Goldie Lookin' Chain - Your Mother's Got A Penis
Graham Coxon - Freakin' Out/All Over Me
Hidden Cameras - I Believe In The Good Life
Iceberg Slimm - Starship
Ja Rule feat. R Kelly & Ashanti - Wonderful
Jay Sean - Stolen
Kings Of Leon - The Bucket
The Libertines - What Became Of The Likely Lads
Mick Jagger & Dave Stewart - Old Habits Die Hard
Mindy Smith - One Moment More
Mr David Viner - Goblin In My Bed/Long Gone Honey
Mutiny Ft Lorraine Cato - Holdin On
Noise Next Door - Lock Up Your Daughters/Ministry Of Mayhem
The Others - Stan Bowles
Richard Beavis - Hold Down The Shadows
Shakedown - Love Game
Soft Hearted Scientists - The Bethedsa EP
Snow Patrol - How To Be Dead
Supatonic - I Wish It Wasn't True
Taz - Cowboy Film
Tina Turner - Open Arms
Tom Baxter - My Declaration
Whyte Seeds - Lost My Love

Single Release Schedule

November 1
Alex Gold - Stranded In Paradise
All Eyes - She's A Vision
Bebel Gilberto - Aganju
Boom click - High Tide
Bright Eyes - Take It Easy (Love Nothing)
Britney Spears - My Prerogative
The Calling - Anything
Candee Jay - Back For Me
Carl Cox Ft Hannah Robinson - Give Me Your Love
Caves - Wow Machine
Cherry Falls - In Your Arms Again
Christina Aguilera feat. Missy Elliot - Car Wash
Chingy - Balla Baby
The Damned - Smash It Up (25th Anniversary Edition)
Death From Above 1979 - Romantic Rights
Destiny's Child - Lose My Breath
Dogzilla - Your Eyes
Dolium - Kisses
Ed Harcourt - Born In The Seventies
Elton John - All That I'm Allowed (I'm Thankful)
Ethix - Give It 2 Me
George Michael - Round Here
Ghetto Star - Long Black Limousine
Il Divo - Regresa Mi
Iron and Wine - Passing Afternoon
Jamelia - DJ/Stop
Jesse Malin - Since You're In Love
Jo Jingles - Wind The Bobbin Up
Joanna Newsom - Sprout And The Bean [Ltd Ed]
Kaiser Chiefs - I Predict A Riot
King Quadra - Pink Champagne
Landaus - What Ya Cryin' For?
Los Lonely Boys - Heaven
Lost Witness feat. Andrea Britton - Wait For You
MIA - Galang
Michael Gray - The Weekend
Mutiny feat. Lorraine Cato - Holding On
Nizlopi - Fine Story
The Open - Never Enough
Portobella - Viva La Difference!
Patrizio Buanne - Il Mondo
Prodigy - Hotride [NCQ]
The Rasmus - First Day Of My Life
Ratatat - Germany To Germany
Richard Beavis - Hold Down The Shadows
Schwab - No Balls
Silver Sun - Bubblegum
The Strokes - The End Has No End
Sucioperro - Hidden Perils of Dancing
Thee Unstrung - Contrary Mary
This Girl - Master Blaster
Thunderclap Newman - Something In The Air
Tom Vek - If You Want
Tyler James - Why Do I Do
The Unstrung - Contrary Mary
Usher - Confessions Part II/My Boo
Westlife - Ain't That A Kick In The Head [Download Only]
Wet Wet Wet - All I Want
XTM & DJ Chucky presents Annia - Give Me Your Love

November 8
Barbs - Massive Crush 2004
Bloc Party - Helicopter
Blue - Curtain Falls
Bright Eyes - Lua
The Dears - Lost In The Plot
Delerium feat. Sarah McLachlan - Silence 2004
Delta Goodrem - Out Of The Blue
Dizzee Rascal - Dream
Dragonheart - Video Killed The Radio Star
Echelon - Plus
Ellements - Walk Right Now
Eminem - Just Lose It
Eve Selis - Blame It On The Rain
Eyeopener - Hungry Eyes
Finn Brothers - Nothing Wrong With You
Groove Coverage - Poison
Gwen Stefani - What Are You Waiting For
Har Mar Superstar - Body Request
Hayseed Dixie - Space Of Ages
Hell Is For Heroes - Kamichi
Hiding Place - Cruel Kindness
Jamie Cullum - Everlasting Love
Kelli Ali - Hot Lips
Lethal B - Forward
Lost Witness Ft Andrea Britton - Wait For You
Mark Lanegan - Hit The City
Ma$e feat. P. Diddy - Welcome Back/Breathe, Stretch, Shake
McQueen - Like I Care EP
Mocky - Catch A Moment In Time
Nas Ft Olu Dara - Bridging The Gap
Prince - Cinnamon Girl
Prosaics - Aghast Agape
Rebelski - Play The School Piano [Ltd Ed]
Rico - Psycho Killer
Soulsavers - Closer EP
Soulwax - E-Talking
Steriogram - Walkie Talkie Man
Stonebridge feat. Ultra Nate - Freak On
Tears For Fears - Closest Thing To Heaven
Thunder - I Love You More Than Rock 'N' Roll
Twista feat. R Kelly - So Sexy
U2 - Vertigo
Unkle and Ian Brown - Reign
Urban Cookie Collective - The Key, The Secret 2004
V - You Stood Up
The Wedding Present - Interstate 5

November 15
2Play feat. Thomas Jules and Jucxi D - Careless Whisper
21 Gun Salute - Cracks
The 411 - Teardrops
Anastacia - Welcome To My Truth
Avril Lavigne - Nobody's Home
Cry For Silence - The Longest Day EP
Devendra Banhart - At The Hop
Doves - Black And White Town
Elviss - Not Enough EP
Embrace - Ashes
Fabolous - Breathe
Faithless - Miss U Less, See U More
Franz Ferdinand - This Fire [Download only]
Girls Aloud - I'll Stand By You
Great Northwestern Hobos - Change Your Tune
I Dream feat. Calvin & Frankie - Dreaming
Intenso Project feat. Lisa Scott-Lee - Get It On
JoJo feat. Bow Wow - Baby It's You
McFly - Room On The 3rd Floor
Lemar - If There's Any Justice
Mando Diao - Paralyzed
Mercury Rev - In A Funny Way
Micah Hinson - Beneath The Rose EP
Modest Mouse - Ocean Breathes Salty
Nelly Ft Christina Aguilera - Tilt Ya Head Back
Onyx feat. Gemma J - Every Little Time
Paul Weller - Thinking Of You
Pellumair - Iris
Regina Spector - Your Honour/The Flowers
Six By Seven - Catch The Rain
Soho Dolls - Prince Harry
The Thrills - Not For All The Love In The World
Twilight Singers - Too Tough To Die
The White Stripes - Jolene

November 22
Ashanti - Only You
Brian McFadden - Irish Son
Busted - She Wants To Be Me [3" disc only]
C&C Music Factory - Sweat 2004
Clinic - Circle Of Fifths
The Corrs - Long Night
Darren Hayes - Darkness
Delays - Lost In A Melody
Geri Halliwell - Ride It
Keane - This Is The Last Time
Kristian Leontiou - Some Say
Lemon Jelly - Stay With You
Lostprophets - Goodbye Tonight
The Music - Bleed From Within
OutKast - Prototype/Ghettomusick
Raghav - Angel Eyes
Shania Twain Ft Mark McGrath - Party For Two
Status Quo - Thinking Of You
The Streets - Could Well Be In
Sugababes - Overload 2004
Tim Bowness - Sleepwalker
Wolfman - Napoleon
X-zibit - Hey Now Mean Mugging

November 29
3rd Wish feat. Baby Bash - Obsesion (Si Es Amor)
Ash - Renegade Calvacade
Babyshambles - Killamangiro
Big Strides - Suicidal
Cheeky Girls - Boys Boys Boys
Fat Joe - Things Of That Nature
Green Day - Boulevard Of Broken Dreams
Joss Stone - Right To Be Wrong
Kanye West - Workout Plan
Natasha Bedingfield - Unwritten
Performance - Love Life
Razorlight - Rip It Up
REM - Aftermath
Stonebridge - Take Me Away

December 6
Art Brut - Modern Art
Beastie Boys - Open Letter To NYC
Death Cab For Cutie - Title And Registration
Duran Duran - What Happens Tomorrow
Fever - Bridge And Tunnel
Kylie Minogue - I Believe In You
Maroon 5 - Sunday Morning
Mousse T feat. Emma Lanford - Right About Now
Nadia Almada - A Little Bit Of Action
Robbie Williams - Misunderstood
Ronan Keating Ft Cat Stevens - Father And Son
Westlife - Smile

December 13
Band Aid III - Do They Know It's Christmas?
Bo Selecta - Sodapop Ive Got You Babe
D:Rail - How Do I Say Goodbye
Electric Six - Radio Ga Ga
Goldie Lookin' Chain - You Knows I Love You
John Fox - Mr No
Morrissey - I Have Forgiven Jesus

December 20
Doves - TBC



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