Music

Oasis set eases the pain_L
A collective cry of pain echoed from all true Britpop fans when Oasis announced their split last year. Does their newest compilation, Time Flies ... 1994-2009, bring solace? It's Oasis...
Duo creates wordless magic_L
The seventh album from dance pioneers The Chemical Brothers, Further forgoes the vocal collaborations they've included in the past, shining the spotlight entirely on...
Disappointing lack of verve_L
Former lead vocalist of The Verve, Richard Ashcroft's latest offering will shock fans of his previous band's sound, exemplified by 1997 hit Bitter Sweet Symphony.
Gets the party started_L
The soundtrack to dance flick Step Up 3D features tunes from big names like Flo Rida, T-Pain, M.I.A. and Busta Rhymes. The diverse artists offer a range of styles from...
Bright future for K-pop girls_L
Girl band 4Minute take no chances with their second 'mini album' Hit Your Heart: the rising stars of the K-pop world stick to the same sounds that made their single Muzik so hot. The album is..
A legend in the making_L
Having topped the US Top Heatseekers charts, Orianthi's debut album was re-released as Believe (II), with four new songs and another single...
McLachlan warms the soul_L
It's been seven years since the double-platinum Afterglow, or any original material, but Canadian singer-songwriter Sarah McLachlan is back...
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It's hard not to fall slightly in love with Kylie Minogue's latest album, Aphrodite.
Scissor Sisters_L
After a four-year hiatus, Scissor Sisters are back with Night Work, a mix of disco, electro-pop and alternative - an acquired taste.
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Enrique Iglesias' musical tastes have changed since his 2001 hit single Hero, judging from his first bilingual album, Euphoria...