Some good stuff out this week...some not so good stuff.
That Timbaland one with Nelly Furtado and Justin Timberlake hits the shops this week. It's excellent. In fact if anything it delivers something so good that the album couldn't possibly back up. But that's the way life goes sometimes.
Mark Ronson takes on The Smiths this week...and wins. Genius. The album review will be up soon too.
The Klaxons perhaps surprise a lot of people by releasing another great single in the form of Gravity's Rainbow. That's where the good singles from the debut album stop mind you, but lets not be too unkind.
Sorry, but I just don't get what makes Just Jack anything special.
Ditto Patrick Wolf. Is his music awful? No, not by any means but neither can I proclaim it utter genius or anything.
Ditto again for Bloc Party.
And on a similar vein I remain convinced that if someone new did the new Muse song people wouldn't like it at all. Or at least no to the level of euphoria that it seems to attract anyway.
Pieces Of The People We Love by The Rapture is good though. I like that.
Let's face it, you'll already know if the new Nine Inch Nails single is for you or not won't you?
Gareth Gates is still alive apparently and is trying again. He won't be bothering us for long I don't think.
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And really, anyone who thought that what 2007 was missing was a remix of Right Said Fred's I'm Too Sexy is not going to be anywhere where they allow you Internet access, if you catch my drift. So we'll say no more about that particular travesty.