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THE PENGUIN CAFE ORCHESTRA – A HISTORY

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Updated standardised version of the luxury long box edition, with revised sequence tracklisting. The selection spans the entire history of the band and comes complete with a scaled down version of the 48-page booklet from the long box edition. Containing sleeve notes from Arthur Jeffes (the son of the late band leader Simon Jeffes) reminiscing about growing up surrounded by such weird and wonderful music and circumstance. All of the tracks were remastered under the watchful eye of Arthur Jeffes for the 2001 version. The Penguin Cafe Orchestra is known intimately by the devoted and subconsciously by millions. Their tracks have appeared in numerous films and adverts over the years, most notably “Telephone and Rubber Band”. This multi-pak set include 60 tracks, all the band’s material including live & previously un-released tracks.

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U.F.O. – THE CHRYSALIS YEARS 1973-1979

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U.F.O. – THE CHRYSALIS...

A spectacular 5 CD set that contains all six albums recorded while Michael Schenker was a member of the group. The set also includes singles, B-sides, bonus tracks, a complete live set from the Electric Ballroom in Atlanta recorded on November 5th, 1974 and the John Peel sessions from June 27, 1977. The six albums included are Phenomenon, Force It, No Heavy Petting, Lights Out, Obsession and Strangers In The Night.

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MUSIC FROM THE HIT TV SHOW VICTORIOUS

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MUSIC FROM THE HIT TV SHOW...

Victorious airs every Friday on YTV Canada drawing in weekly audiences of over 271, 000. Victorious is YTV’s top rated show for teens and preteens. Season 1 began in the fall of 2010 and will continue to air repeats throughout summer 2011 until the launch of season 2 in October. Set in a performing arts high school, Victorious stars Victoria Justice. The series features original music performed by Victoria and the ensemble cast. Victoria Justice has already been on the covers of Seventeen, Seventeen’s Prom issue and Teen Vogue; she has appeared on the view, Nightline and Jimmy Kimmel; and she is currently filming her first starring feature film role from the producer of Gossip Girl.

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THE HOLLIES – CLARKE, HICKS & NASH YEARS

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A six CD set with all of their recordings during the period between April 1963 and October 1968 while Graham Nash was in the group songwriting with lead vocalist Allan Clarke and guitarist Tony Hicks. Included is a previously unreleased live show from May 1968 and unissued foreign language recordings.

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DEAD LETTER CIRCUS – THIS IS THE WARNING

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When Dead Letter Circus blasted onto Australian airwaves in 2007, their bombastic yet nuanced take on alternative rock left most observers struggling to process what they were hearing. It was epic, it oozed confidence, it was intense and open all at once. It was the debut of a sound so fresh and unique that it was hard to classify. Album opener ‘Here We Divide’ is undulating, ignited by a shimmering riff from Maric and a wall of clinically precise work from the rhythm section, with Benzie’s lyrics screaming forth, at once rapid fire and soaring. ‘One Step’ is a monster of a song; “If ever a song wrote itself, ‘One Step‘ is that song for us” remarks Benzie. It’s a stadium filling track that has an undeniable, incendiary movement, that carries you to an outro waiting to deliver the first sensation of the hair standing on the back of your neck ...

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JASTA – JASTA

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JASTA – JASTA

Jamey Jasta is an American musician from New Haven, Connecticut, best known as the lead vocalist of the Metalcore band Hatebreed and sludge metal band Kingdom of Sorrow. Jasta also fronts Hardcore band  Icepick The new JASTA album features Zakk Wylde, Randy Blythe, Mark Morton, Mike Vallely, Tim Lambesis, Phil Labonte & more.

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MARIZA – FADO TRADICIONAL

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Mariza latest release is the album Fado Tradicional, returning to the roots of Fado, but also interpreting the music in Mariza's unique style.

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COLOSSEUM – COMPLETE REUNION CONCERT DVD

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A must have item for Colosseum fans. The band re-united in 1994 for this display of incredible energy and outstanding virtuosity.

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TERRI CLARK – ROOTS AND WINGS

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TERRI CLARK – ROOTS AND...

Terri Clark’s lead single ‘Northern Girl’ from forthcoming album ‘Roots and Wings’ came out with a BANG this past April as it was #1 most added song overall radio formats, tied with Lady Gaga’s “Judas”!! “Northern Girl” also grabbed the #1 Most Added at Country that same week making it the most added in a single week by a country artist since 2009!!! With more than five million albums sold and a dozen Top 10 hits to her credit, Terri Clark has emerged as a singular voice on the country music landscape – driving, passionate, spirited – and every bit her own woman. A dynamic, no-holds-barred live performer – and one of the rare female country artists capable of throwing down some impressive guitar work – the Alberta, Canada native has toured with such superstars as Brooks & Dunn, Reba McEntire, and George Strait on her way to becoming a eight-time, ...

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ERIC CHURCH – CHIEF

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ERIC CHURCH – CHIEF

Eric Church is on a mission. You might expect someone coming off of their first two Top Ten country singles and an ACM Award for “Top New Solo Vocalist” to lock down the formula and go for more of the same, but with third album, Chief, Church is trying something bolder and using the opportunity provided by his success to push his music even further. The lead single “Homeboy” is perhaps the bravest track on Chief. It is a provocative appeal from one brother to another to get back on track and make peace with his family. “I have a theory that all of us only get a small window of time to make records when people will really listen and care,” he says. “It’s up to us to move the needle. People like Waylon and Cash or Garth and Strait - they all changed the direction of the music a ...

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