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buy Cialis Soft 20 mg Canada ‘The Singles’ charts Collins’ entire solo career from his smash hit 1981 debut ‘In The Air Tonight’ to the title track from his most recent studio album, 2010’s ‘Going Back’. It encompasses three UK #1s (‘You Can’t Hurry Love’, ‘Easy Lover’ with Philip Bailey, and ‘A Groovy Kind of Love’) plus a further nine Top 10 hits (‘In The Air Tonight’; ‘Against All Odds (Take A Look At Me Now)’; ‘One More Night’; ‘Separate Lives’; ‘Two Hearts’; ‘Another Day In Paradise’; ‘I Wish It Would Rain Down’; ‘Both Sides of the Story’; and ‘Dance Into The Light’).
Purchase generic Cialis Soft 20 mg It also includes numerous other highlights from his story so far, such as his first Grammy-nominated single ‘I Don’t Care Anymore’; ‘You’ll Be In My Heart’ which won an Oscar for Best Original Song after featuring in the Disney film ‘Tarzan’; and numerous songs which became staples of his live shows including ‘Sussudio’, ‘Don’t Lose My Number’ and ‘Something Happened On The Way To Heaven’.
As with the ‘Take A Look At Me Now’ campaign, the album mastering process has been overseen by Nick Davis who earned a Grammy nomination for Best Surround Sound album for his work on the Genesis ‘1970-1975’ box set. Davis has also worked on all of the Genesis retrospective reissues.
‘The Singles’ will be available on three formats. The 3CD deluxe edition compiles his 45 hit singles from all over the world in chronological order for the first time, while the 2CD/4LP box set compiles the 33 key tracks from his career. Both editions will also be available digitally.
‘The Singles’ coincides with the release of Phil Collins’ long-awaited autobiography ‘Not Dead Yet: The Autobiography’. Set to be published by Penguin Random House on October 20th, this is the rollercoaster journey from his beginnings as a child actor to his domination of the charts both as a solo artist and part of Genesis.
The London four-piece release their hugely anticipated second album, ‘Wild World’ on 9th September. The album follows the band’s global four million selling, multi-platinum debut, Bad Blood.
At first glance the striking artwork for Bastille’s hugely anticipated second album, ‘Wild World’, may prompt a number of questions. Who are the two individuals balanced precariously above a cityscape? Why are they there? What will happen next? But Dan Smith’s own interpretation of the image is one that runs through many of the songs on Wild World, “To me, the image isn’t about what’s just happened or what happens next,” he begins. “It’s not about how they got there or how they get down. It’s about sharing a moment — two friends existing in that split second in that exact space, two people framed in the vast context of this huge mad metropolis that we’ve all built. They’re there out of choice.”
The announcement follows a fever pitch build spearheaded by infectious new single ‘Good Grief’, which received an incredible reaction across media and charted as last week’s highest new entry as well as achieving the most week-one streams ever for an alternative single. The surreal video for the track clocked up over half a million views in just 48 hours and the band’s recent triumphant Glastonbury set drew one of the largest crowds of the weekend and was hailed by the NME as “A masterclass in how to win Glastonbury.”
Wild World retains the vivid, rich, filmic song-writing of its predecessor but pushes the band’s distinctive sound in exciting new directions. Lyrically, too, it’s a leap forward, “If our first album was about growing up and the anxieties surrounding it” Dan explains, “Our second is about trying to make sense of the world around you, both as you see it and as it’s presented to you through the media. It’s also about asking questions of the world and of the people in it. We wanted the album to be a bit disorientating - at times extroverted and introverted, light and dark.”
Wild World is released on 9th September and is available to pre-order now from our shop
Alt-electro pioneers Empire Of The Sun welcome you into their garden of unearthly bliss as they return with their third studio album ‘Two Vines’, set for release on October 28 and available to pre-order now. Through a waterfall of dreams, beyond the white light of an ice curtain lies a lush, green world where childlike innocence and ancient wisdom are one. Enter, Empyrean pilgrims, the jungle paradise that marks the third incredible age of the Empire of the Sun...
We are given a taste of this dreamlike kingdom, as the band unveil two new tracks this week . ‘High & Low’ the first song to be released from the album premiered earlier today – listen to it below...Tomorrow, the title track ‘Two Vines’ will be unveiled.
Recorded in Hawaii and Los Angeles, Two Vines is co-produced by Empire Of The Sun and Peter Mayes (Sia, The Killers, Mika), alongside long time collaborator Jonathan Sloan and it sees the creative circle expanding, with esteemed pianist/arranger Henry Hey and bassist Tim Lefebvre, from David Bowie's Blackstar band, featuring heavily on the album. Factor in Wendy Melvoin from Prince's Revolution and Fleetwood Mac’s genius guitarist/vocalist Lindsey Buckingham, and the Empire's rainbow has never been so vast and colourful.
EMPIRE OF THE SUN – TWO VINES – OUT OCTOBER 28
Coldplay have revealed the video for A Head Full Of Dreams, the fourth single to be taken from their hit album of the same name.
The video was filmed in Mexico City during the band’s sold out Latin American stadium tour in April. Directed by Marcus Haney and shot predominantly on Super 8mm film, it features the band cycling to their show at the city’s Foro Sol venue (where they set a new attendance record). The video begins with Charlie Chaplin’s speech from The Great Dictator, which also opens the band’s live show,
A Head Full Of Dreams is the opening track of Coldplay’s seventh album, which reached Number One on iTunes in more than 90 countries and has sold in excess of 4 million copies. The album remains in the UK Top Ten some 38 weeks after its December 2015 release, and has helped Coldplay to maintain their position as the band with most worldwide listeners on Spotify throughout 2016,
The U.S. leg of Coldplay’s A Head Full Of Dreams tour resumes this weekend with two nights at LA’s Rose Bowl. The tour has already taken the band across Latin America and Europe, where they played four sold-out nights at London’s Wembley Stadium. More than two million tickets have already been sold for the tour, which has enjoyed rave reviews wherever it’s gone (“A stadium rock band at the top of their game,” as The Guardian put it). Further dates for 2017 are expected to be announced soon.
The videos for the album’s first three singles - Adventure Of A Lifetime, Hymn For The Weekend and Up&Up - have already been viewed a combined 955 million times on YouTube. They have also earned the band three nominations at the upcoming MTV VMAs in New York, for Best Rock Video (Adventure Of A Lifetime) plus Best Direction and Best Visual Effects (Up&Up).
TWO DOOR CINEMA CLUB today unveil the video for their new single ‘Are We Ready? (Wreck)’. Directed by renowned commercial directors Thunderlips, the video is a nightmarish, barbed comment on consumerism. Beginning as a hyperreal ‘Mad Men’ style 1950’s advert, the video soon descends into the hellish vision of mass consumerism, as prosthetic laden Alex Trimble, Kevin Baird and Sam Halliday begin the unravel, both physically and mentally. The video is the perfect accompaniment to ‘Are We Ready? (Wreck), visualising Two Door and the so-called “information generation’s” uncomfortable relationship with unavoidable elements of modern life.
In frontman Alex’s words “While I was writing this single I discovered this term weltschmertz, the German word for being at odds with the world around you. The fact that it was a fully coined term and related to so many people that have existed and do exist made me feel it was okay to not exist on the same level as everyone else, it was okay to be comfortable doing your own thing. ‘Are We Ready? (Wreck)’ was me… not attacking the world around me but outlining why I don’t really get it and why I don’t fit in with it.”
In the words of video directors Thunderlips (Sean Wallace and Jordan Dobson) ”We grew up in a tornado of ads - and I guess we fucking hate them, the video is like our collective nightmare”.
‘Are We Ready? (Wreck)’ is taken from forthcoming album ‘Gameshow’ (released October 14th on Parlophone) which is by far Two Door Cinema Club’s most complete and enthralling record yet. Taking in influences ranging from Prince, Chic, Krautrock, Neo Soul and modernist pop, the band’s third album sees them draw on a wide and varied range of styles and influences stretching way beyond the traditional Two Door sound.
Cathy Davey has brought us three beautiful albums, Something Ilk (2004), Tales of Silversleeve (2007) and The Nameless (2010). Her second album garnered her a Choice Music Prize nomination, Meteor Award for Best Irish Female, and spawned a number of successful singles including "Reuben", "Moving" and "Sing for Your Supper". The Nameless was the top selling album in Ireland upon the week of its release. It was also nominated for the Choice Music Prize.
Cathy’s fourth album and the first in 6 years! This album is called New Forest because quiet simply it was recorded in a forest!
The album is getting its launch at this year’s Electric Picnic – the first for any artist or festival!!