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  1. https://kylie.tmstor.es/
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    Golden: Super Deluxe (Vinyl + CD+ Hardcover Book) Kylie Minogue Title: Golden: Super Deluxe (Vinyl + CD+ Hardcover Book) Format: Vinyl Release Date: 06 Apr 2018 Artist: Kylie Minogue Sku: 2364634 Catalogue No: 538360980 Category: Pop TRACKS DISC 1 LP Dancing Stop Me From Falling Golden A Lifetime To Repair Sincerely Yours One Last Kiss Live A Little Shelby 68 Radio On L.O.V.E Raining Glitter Music's Too Sad Without You DISC 2 CD Dancing Stop Me From Falling Golden A Lifetime To Repair Sincerely Yours One Last Kiss Live A Little Shelby 68 Radio On L.O.V.E Raining Glitter Music's Too Sad Without You Lost Without You Every Little Part Of Me Rollin' Low Blow
  3. Advance warning: there’s no classic Kylie straight-up electronic dance pop moments on Golden, but certainly nothing that will alienate true fans and indeed many will enjoy her trying something different and moving out of her comfort zone. Kylie has committed to her Nashville epiphany and the country feel suits her voice on the lower-tempo moments. And rest assured Kylie’s take on country is more akin to Dolly Parton at her poppiest, rather than Alison Krauss. There’s even a hoedown feel to A Lifetime to Repair, while Raining Glitter is another more traditional Kylie moment (from the title up) for fans struggling with the slight diversion in direction. Golden also includes a moody duet with up and coming British singer Jack Savoretti, Music’s Too Sad Without You that is the closest she’s come to her work with Nick Cave in years. www.heraldsun.com.au/lifestyle/melbourne/first-review-kylies-new-single-dancing-is-country-meets-club/news-story/6e284ab9ec7c514f7d6db53837b2b195 http://www.heraldsun.com.au/lifestyle/melbourne/first-review-kylies-new-single-dancing-is-country-meets-club/news-story/6e284ab9ec7c514f7d6db53837b2b195
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    First review: the new @kylieminogue single Dancing is a country-club curveball. It's on Oz radio now. Plus a preview of new album Golden, out April 6 http://www.heraldsun.com.au/lifestyle/melbourne/first-review-kylies-new-single-dancing-is-country-meets-club/news-story/6e284ab9ec7c514f7d6db53837b2b195 … First review: the new @kylieminogue single Dancing is a country-club curveball. It's on Oz radio now. Plus a preview of new album Golden, out April 6 http://www.heraldsun.com.au/lifestyle/melbourne/first-review-kylies-new-single-dancing-is-country-meets-club/news-story/6e284ab9ec7c514f7d6db53837b2b195 …
  5. She was asked at the Stella evebt yesterday and she said “This is the year I’m going out," she told WWD. "Big time." ahh!
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    It's time for the official thread now when things started to happen Madonna teases new music on her instagram Madonna was photographed while she was leaving a recording studio in London today (January 17 2018) Pinn this thread pls @Lachlan @Onika
  7. Now living outside Lisbon, Portugal, the shape-shifting superstar hinted that she'd be returning to the pop world when she dropped by Live with Kelly and Ryan in December. "2017 was soccer mom in Portugal – 2018, I'm coming back, baby," she told fellow guest Anderson Cooper, who asked about her tour plans. "I'm traveling the world right now and listening to lots of different music," she told Entertainment Weekly in September. "I'm getting inspired by people and I'm just soaking things up right now. ... It's time for me to take a different approach and really get back down to the beauty and simplicity of music and lyrics and intimacy." O
  8. (If you click on that^ tweet it's a thread with all the other places it went #1 after Costa Rica as well
  9. · #1 Kylie Minogue | Golden LONDON, Jan 10 — The Australian singer has a new album in store for spring 2018. The Can’t Get You Out of My Head singer is set to release a new album, Golden, landing three years after Kylie Christmas and four years after Kiss Me Once. Kylie Minogue found fame in the 1980s with her debut single Locomotion and the follow-up hit I Should Be So Lucky. The antipodean singer celebrated the 30th anniversary of the latter song’s release with an Instagram post on December 23, 2017. Her later track Spinning Around, from the album Light Years, released in 2000, brought Kylie back to the forefront of the pop music scene. Comeback success continued with Can’t Get You Out of My Head from the album Fever, released in 2001. — AFP-Relaxnews http://www.themalaymailonline.com/showbiz/article/kylie-minogues-new-album-golden-is-coming-in-spring-2018#ky3duHJdsqx8sGck.97 "Golden", le prochain opus de Kylie Minogue, attendu pour le ... - rtbf.be Kylie Minogue's new album 'Golden' is coming in spring ... - Yahoo News Kylie Minogue's new album 'Golden' is coming in spring ... - MSN.com
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    Welcome FOTPters to another rate! Britney stans, I hope you're ready for your Circus.mp3 LIKE YOU WOULD? So, basically The Circus Circus is the sixth studio album by American singer Britney Spears. It was released on November 28, 2008 through Jive Records. Looking to transition from her "darker and more urban" fifth studio album Blackout(2007), Spears wanted to make her next project "a little bit lighter".(Yet become ICONIC as the previous album) It debuted at number one on the US Billboard 200with first-week sales of over 505,000 copies, making it her fifth album to reach the top of the chart. Four singles were released from the album, two of which became international hits. Its lead single "Womanizer" peaked atop the US Billboard Hot 100 and registered as the largest jump to the top of the chart at the time after debuting at number ninety-six. It became Spears's best-selling song in the country since "...Baby One More Time", and received a Grammy Award nomination for Best Dance Recording at the 52nd Annual Grammy Awards (2010). The second and third singles "Circus" and "If U Seek Amy" peaked at numbers three and nineteen in the country, respectively. Consequentially, Circus became Spears's second album after her debut effort ...Baby One More Time (1999) to have two top-ten singles and three top-twenty singles, also being her first to have two top-five singles in the United States along with five charting songs on the Billboard Hot 100. Enough chit-chat! The Rules PM your scores You can give only one 11 and 0 I'd love to see your commentaries,hunnies NO TROLLING, I'm serious or your scores will be banned from my rate Have fun and enjoy the shook places and such stuff Deadline is 18th February You betta listen! Tracklist: 1.Womanizer 2.Circus 3.Out From Under 4.Kill The Lights 5.Shattered Glass 6.If U Seek Amy 7.Unusual You 8.Blur 9.Mmm Papi 10.Mannequin 11.Lace and Leather 12.My Baby 13.Radar(Standard Bonus Track) 14.Amnesia(UK and Japanese Bonus Track) 15.Rock Boy(iTunes/Spotify/Musicload Bonus Track) 16.Rock Me In(Deluxe Bonus Track) 17.Phonography(Deluxe Bonus Track) 18.Trouble(French Amazon Deluxe Bonus Track) 19.Quicksand(European iTunes Deluxe Bonus Track) Have fun,womanizers! Tags:
  11. '' Release Date: March 30th, 2018 Confirmed Tracks: Sleepover Feelings Curious
  12. Charts

    CERTIFICATIONS: US - GOLD 500,000 (RIAA) CAN - GOLD 40,000 (CRIA) Rest of the world sales - 273,328 (UWC) TOTAL SALES - 813,328
  13. 4/5 stars Camila Cabello’s Havana appeared, seemingly out of nowhere, in September and made the 20-year-old Mexican-Cuban singer a star. With a minor-key melody and a sultry Latin mood, the song is redolent of good times and suffused with a wistful sense of loss, in ways that only a composition about feeling as if you belong in Havana while fancying a boy from Atlanta can be. Barack Obama included it in his favourite tracks of 2017. Now arrives Cabello’s solo debut album and, like the hit that made her name, it is rather unexpected. Cabello comes from pure pop pedigree. Having moved with her family from Havana to Mexico to Miami in early childhood, in 2012 she auditioned for the US X Factor and ended up in Fifth Harmony, one of those singing groups that the show forms as a way of shunting together a bunch of contestants it doesn’t otherwise know what to do with. Cabello left in late 2016 amid accusations of jealousy, although she gave her own, wonderfully showbiz reason for jumping ship: the girl band “wasn’t the maximum expression of me individually”. We can safely assume that a self-titled album featuring a picture of her on the cover is the maximum expression of her individually, and it turns out to be a charming, rather modest, surprisingly reflective pop album to welcome in 2018. At this early point in Cabello’s career you would expect her album to be filled with high-octane pop bangers. Instead she has gone the other way, taking a leaf out of Justin Bieber’s book and using acoustic guitars and sparse production techniques to frame songs about love and longing. “Hesitation, awkward conversation, expectation,” she sings breathily on the sad piano ballad Consequences, listing the side-effects of heartbreak. It sounds like an unlikely cross between Mariah Carey and Joni Mitchell, and it is rather lovely. Treated vocal harmonies give a dreamy, disembodied air to All These Years, on which Cabello asks, “Does she kiss you like I kiss you?” with touching pathos, while on Real Friends she weighs up the price of ambition as she realises that she is surrounded by people interested in her status, not her character. “I think I’ll stay in tonight, skip the conversations and the ‘Oh, I’m fines,’ ” she sings, more to herself than anyone. There are touches of the Latin pop that you would expect from the singer of Havana, particularly on the skittish Inside Out, while Into It is the kind of heavily suggestive song about sex that every album by a young, good-looking female pop star seems contractually obliged to feature, even in these days of feminist awakening. But the surprise here is how intimate and natural Cabello’s debut sounds, and how she has succeeded in making an album that is personal without resorting to the revelation of private details. It really is the maximum expression of her, individually. (Syco) Source: https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/pop-review-camila-cabello-camila-9l5qdbzfl
  14. By Howell Davies, Bizarre Reporter CAMILA CABELLO spent four years in FIFTH HARMONY before quitting in a shock move 13 months ago. And the singer’s departure has certainly paid off, having successfully forged a strong sound of her own with her self-titled debut album. Not only has she lodged five weeks at No1 with her megahit Havana [in the UK], she has avoided the obvious dance-heavy route to chart success on the record, instead crafting an album of clever pop and emotional ballads. And despite her former bandmates taking a public dig at her when they pushed a mannequin representing her off stage at the MTV VMAs in August, she takes the moral high ground and stays silent on her exit. The real theme of the album, out next Friday, is one of lust and heartbreak over a partner no one even knew Camila had. With snappy production and an original sound for 2018, going solo has got to be the best thing Camila has ever done. Alongside the already released Havana, Never Be The Same and Real Friends, there are seven new songs on the album. Here’s a track-by-track rundown of the lyrics: ALL THESE YEARS: It’s a bittersweet acoustic introduction to the album about an encounter with an ex. She sings: “Your hair’s grown a little longer, your arms look a little stronger. Your eyes just as I remember, your smile’s just a little softer.” SHE LOVES CONTROL: A sultry summer number flecked with Spanish guitar and a thumping bassline. Camila unapologetically opens with the lines: “Cold, ‘cause she has been here before, she doesn’t cry anymore, no looking back.” INSIDE OUT: This sunny reggaeton tune features a bouncy and danceable melody and suitably playful lyrics to boot. She sings: “I wanna love you inside out, show me what your inside ‘bout.” CONSEQUENCES: Her most deeply personal and tear-jerking ballad with her powerful vocals against a delicate piano. She sings about the impact of a partner on her life, even revealing: “Lost a little weight because I wasn’t eating.” SOMETHING’S GOTTA GIVE: There is a serious piano introduction into this heartfelt number with ethereal backing vocals. She sings: “Something’s gotta change but I know it won’t. No reason to stay, it’s a good reason to go.” At another point she adds: “I think I’m breaking right now.” IN THE DARK: This smooth R&B tune is all about trying to get a partner to open up to her to make their relationship work. She hums: “Why can’t you show me who are you in the dark? Show me the scary part." INTO IT: The sexiest tune with sharp and catchy production. After opening with falsetto vocals, she croons: “I’m into it, whatever trouble that you’re thinking, I could get into it. I see a king size bed in the corner we should get into it.” Source: https://www.thesun.co.uk/tvandshowbiz/bizarre/5262777/camila-cabello-takes-moral-high-ground-in-self-titled-debut-album-following-fifth-harmony-exit/
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    I took inspiration from the Ariana section. Let's sort it out the songs from two of my favs M albums which happen to have both strong political references, altho RH (deluxe edition) is more political-oriented overall. vs Rank Song 1 Die Another Day 2 Nobody Knows Me 3 Bitch I'm Madonna 4 Devil Pray 5 Hold Tight 6 Rebel Heart 7 Nothing Fails 8 American Life 9 Best Night 10 Messiah 11 Inside Out 12 Living For Love 13 Love Profusion 14 Easy Ride 15 Veni Vidi Vici 16 Iconic 17 Joan Of Arc 18 X-Static Process 19 Ghosttown 20 Heart Break City 21 Unapologetic Bitch 22 I'm So Stupid 23 S.E.X. 24 Hollywood 25 Intervention 26 Wash All Over Me 27 Body Shop 28 Mother And Father 29 30 Holy Water Illuminati
  16. Britney Spears Trouble (Circus Part II ( fan made Prod By Max Martin label RCA Date 9th March 2018 Length 66:40 1. Trouble // dance pop 2nd single 2. Quicksand Ft Lady Gaga // pop 1st single Rock Boy // rock 4. The Game // dance pop // promo single 5. Party ft Fergie // dance pop 6, Strut // pop 4th single 7. Pretty Girls Part II // dance pop 8. Ultra // pop 9. Insane ft Kesha // pop 10. Diamonds ft Justin Bieber // dance pop fifth single 11. Lips // pop 12. Twerk Something ft Nicki Minaj // dance pop last single 13. Bliss // dance pop] 14. Strong // pop 15. Hypnotized // Dance pop 16. Little Things // dance pop 17. Trouble For Me Part II // Dance Pop Cover This Is Britneys 10 th album it is her best yet it is a part2 to Circus with a lot of fun songs that will make you dance this is sure to be a number 1 hit album This is Like a more dance version of circus and it features massive hits also it is a great way to celebrate 10 years of Circus
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    This album bops!
  18. I know there is only approx. an hour left in Christmas (and it's already over for some of you) but I hope you all had a good day and if you celebrate got lots of awesome presents. And I thought we'd talk about this iconique Christmas album. What song(s) are your favorite from it? And, in case it needs to be said, I'm talking about specifically CHRISTINA AGUILERA's version of that song/those songs, not those songs as a whole. For me, it's definitely Merry Christmas Baby and This Christmas. I think these songs work wonders when sang with her voice, and especially MCB was MADE for her tone.
  19. (^fanmade cover that Victoria uses as a placeholder) https://www.pledgemusic.com/projects/victoriamonet "Her next body of work is the story of huge break up she went through with someone she loved and worked with. In that break up she seemed to have lost everything! It took time to rebuild and find new love and show she decided to tell her story and share her entire journey to new love through music." Album is completed Has a very 90s vibe Only song titled known is New Love Ready will be on the album
  20. Witness, released on June, 9th was anything but well received by the general public and most of the pop listeners. Even though it has everything on it, the bops Little Monsters can't admit but would die for to hear on Joanne (Roulette, which could be straight off The Fame), typical Katy-esque double-meaning songs like Boner Petit (Peacock and Milk Milk Lemonade anyone?), Firework influenced themes (Pendulum), a new, fresh sound with more meaningful and serious topics (Witness, Chained To The Rhythm, Power and Dance With The Devil), easy songs like on Teenage Dream and OOTB (H3y & Act My Age) and typical cheesy Katy ballads which are still kinda cute (Miss You More, Save As Draft). Unfortunately, the marketing team messed up a lot, there is no denying in that. Eventually, a big hate bandwagon started and everyone just hated her for being open about her life (Witness Worldwide). Everything she did seemed just plain wrong. Katy wanted to take a step back from her "KATY PERRY" image, yet it took, even more control and the music itself got overshadowed by her haircut and a few stupid comments. All of this does not change that she did brave changes and a step back from her typical kind of music on some of her songs. It makes me mad people drag her for Swish Swish instead of complimenting Katy being basically the only artist having a lead single about the current political situation. Witness is her most innovative album (in comparison to her old ones), her songs are still relatable AF, she delivered vocals on this album and the songs have way more substance than anything she has ever released. OOTB was cute because it wasn't overthought. Teenage Dream might be iconic but is too plastic and meh. PRISM is ok but a bit too safe. Witness tracklist might be a bit too long, but. As I said. Bops, oldschool Katysongs, new sound, more mature content. Ok bye Edit: Here a more sorted version of Witness. Cut down to 10 tracks which order follows the theme more. The first four songs talk about everything going in circles which she can't break through. With CTTR she finally realized that there needs to be a change, which leads to H3y and Power. She feels liberated and in control of herself. She can give herself into Sex without fearing it, Bon Appetit and Tsunami are releases from that. Pendulum slowly leads into a bad ending instead of a happy ending though, showing that we can all fall back and lose ourselves - she gets stuck in her Mind Maze, agrees to "submit to the sweet surrender". "It used to be so sparkling but now it's not so charming". She is fully aware of her surroundings, her next album will get even better (copied from my last post)