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From alt-rockers Coldplay to the thundering girl-power tunes of Destiny’s Child, here are some of the YP team’s fave 00s tunes.
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Swede displays new grit_L
Wounded Rhymes is indie princess Lykke Li's second album. Gone is the cute appeal of early hits like Little Bit - the singer from Sweden has acquired some grit...
Sweet songs, but no variety_L
Japanese pop singer-songwriter Yuna Ito's compilation album Love: Singles Best 2005-2010 features her best singles from that period...
Psychedelic band delights hk_L
Rock band MGMT's first appearance in Hong Kong played to a packed audience at Kitec Star Hall...
proof of lyrical_L
Alternative country singer Lucinda Williams' Blessed is her 10th studio album. She deals with tough themes with a new maturity, but time hasn't changed her signature brooding tone...
french lessons_L
French trio Yelle are back in top form with the release of their second album, Safari Disco Club...
hype implies something more_L
Clare Maguire's debut album Light After Dark was highly anticipated - BBC and MTV critics tipped the English singer-songwriter as one of the voices of 2011...
you've heard it all before_L
The World's Greatest Ballads is exactly that: a collection of the most famous power ballads.
More to Korea than K-pop_L
With their latest album Sunshines, Korean band Winterplay prove music shouldn't be pigeonholed...
Pop to R&B, Justin mixes it up_L
Justin Bieber teams up with everyone from Kanye West to Miley Cyrus in his second remix album, Never Say Never - The Remixes...
hardly a dull moment_L
Jessica Cornish, who goes by her stage name Jessie J, showcases her talents as a singer and songwriter with her strong, original debut album Who You Are.