Laura Releases Greatest Hits Album!

Posted on November 14, 2013


Italian Superstar Laura Pausini has finally released her new greatest hits compilation Album “20 – The Greatest Hits” to celebrate her 20th anniversary in the music industry. 


The album comes preceded by the lead single “Limpido”  or “Limpio” in Spanish, a collaboration with Australian Pop Queen Kylie Minogue. Laura also has a new version of the single “In assenza di te“ which was released in 1998.

Laura has released ten studio albums, an international greatest hits album and two compilation albums. All of her albums were top-five hits on the Italian Albums Chart, and six of them reached the first position. Pausini has also released 14 top-ten singles in Italy, including five number-ones. As of 2011, according to Warner Music Italy, Pausini had sold 70 million albums, compilations, singles and dvds worldwide.

During her career, she has won numerous music awards, including three Latin Grammy Awards, a Billboard Latin Music Award and four World Music Awards. In 2006 she also became the first Italian female artist to win a Grammy Award receiving the accolade for Best Latin Pop Album for the record Escucha


Tracklist of "20 - The Greatest Hits"

  1. “Laura 1976 – Ramaya”
  2. “La solitudine” / “La soledad” (with Ennio Morricone) [New Version 2013]
  3. “Non c’è” / “Se fué” (with Marc Anthony) [New Version 2013]
  4. “Gente” (New Version 2013)
  5. “Strani amori” / “Amores extraños” (New Version 2013)
  6. “Incancellabile” / “Inolvidable” (New Version 2013)
  7. “Le cose che vivi” / “Las cosas que vives” / “Tudo o que eu vivo” (with Ivete Sangalo) [New Version 2013]
  8. “It’s Not Goodbye” (New Version 2013)
  9. “One More Time”
  10. “Tra te e il mare” / “Entre tú y mil mares” (New Version 2013)
  11. “Every Day Is a Monday” (Remastered)
  12. “E ritorno da te” / “Volveré junto a ti” (New Version 2013)
  13. “Surrender” (New Version 2013)
  14. “Vivimi” / “Víveme” (with Alejandro Sanz) [New Version 2013]
  15. “Come se non fosse stato mai amore” / “Como si no nos hubiéramos amado” (Remastered)
  16. “Mi abbandono a te” / “Me abandono a ti” (Remastered)
  17. “Prendo te” (New Version 2013)
  18. “You’ll Never Find Another Love Like Mine” (with Michael Bublè) [Live 2005]
  19. “She” (Uguale a lei) [New Version 2013]
  20. “Surrender to Love” (with Ray Charles)
  21. “Dare to Live” (Vivere) / “Vive ya!” [with Andrea Bocelli]
  22. “Te amaré” (with Miguel Bosé)
  23. “Ascolta il tuo cuore” (Live 2007)
  24. “Io canto” / “Je chante” (with Lara Fabian) [New Version 2013]
  25. “Paris au mois d’août” (with Charles Aznavour)
  26. “Invece no” / “En cambio no” (Remastered)
  27. “Primavera in anticipo (It Is My Song)” / “Primavera anticipada (It Is My Song)” [with James Blunt] {Remastered}
  28. “Con la musica alla radio” / “Con la música en la radio” (New Version 2013)
  29. “Un’emergenza d’amore” (Live 2009)
  30. “Non ho mai smesso” / “Jamás abandoné” (Remastered)
  31. “Benvenuto” / “Bienvenido” (Remastered)
  32. “Celeste” (Remastered)
  33. “Paola” (New Version 2013)
  34. “Resta in ascolto” / “Escucha atento” (Live 2012)
  35. “Dove resto solo io” / “Donde quedo solo yo” (Original New Track)
  36. “Limpido” (Solo Version) [Original New Track]
  37. “Se non te” / “Sino a ti” (Original New Track)
  38. “Limpido” / “Limpio” (with Kylie Minogue) [Original New Track]
  39. “In assenza di te” (New Version 2013)

New U2 Album Coming Early 2014!

Posted on November 14, 2013


Irish Superstars U2 are due to release a new album in April 2014, according to reports which also claim the album could be announced at the Super Bowl XLVIII in February. Madonna's manager Guy Oseary, who has been running U2's day-to-day affairs, is reaching out to potential sponsors on the band's behalf. The album announcement would be seen by tens of millions of TV viewers during the half-time of the annual NFL final on February 2. 

U2's last Album "No Line On The Horizon" was released in 2009 and debuted at No.1 in 30 Countries! Adam Clayton says the band are trying to get the songs "absolutely right" prior to Christmas. Earlier this year U2 were reportedly spotted entering a New York studio with Coldplay's Chris Martin, fuelling speculation that the singer may appear on the band's new album. All four members of the rock group were seen at the Electric Lady Studios in New York in May. The Album is being produced by Danger Mouse and the project is finally near completion. 

As for what the new music could sound like, in a recent interview, longtime producer Daniel Lanois commented on the new U2 songs. “It sounded amazing, very, very big and powerful-sounding,” he said. “Some of it was adventurous. There were shades of ‘Achtung Baby.’” U2 also recently revealed their first new song in three years: “Ordinary Love,” a soaring anthem that will appear on the soundtrack to the forthcoming film Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom. The song will also be released on 10-inch vinyl for Record Store Day's Black Friday Event.


This is the band's second No. 1 album. It also bowed atop the list with its last set, 2010's "The Suburbs." However, that record started with a slightly larger figure: 156,000.

"Reflektor" is distributed by Universal Music Group, the band's first album with major distribution. Its previous sets went through Warner Music's indie distribution arm Alternative Distribution Alliance. Another change in the world of Arcade Fire is that it has a new partner in Capitol Records, which is promoting the album to radio. (The band is still with its longtime label Merge Records, which celebrates its sixth top 10 with "Reflektor.")

Last week's No. 1, Katy Perry's "PRISM," falls to No. 2 with 92,000 and a 68% sales decline. That second-week dip is the smallest for a No. 1 debut since August, when the Civil Wars' self-titled album fell by 66% in its second frame. Of the 10 No. 1 debuts after that (not including Arcade Fire), the largest second-week dip was Justin Timberlake's "The 20/20 Experience (2 of 2)," which dropped by 80%.


Posted on November 09, 2013


AKB48 race to No.1 in their first week ending Katy Perry's 10 week reign at the top of the World's best-selling singles chart due to their incredible sales in Japan, a major record buying territory!

Eminem's smash hit "The Monster" featuring Rihanna is close behind at No.2, and No.1 in Canada, UK and Ireland!

Katy Perry slips from No.1 to No.3 with her 10 week winner "Roar" which is still the Single with the longest stay at No.1 this year along with Robin Thicke's "Blurred LInes" ft. Pharrell and T.I. "Roar" has the highest sales in Europe this week.

Lorde's global hit "Royals" which has been top of the charts in America for 6 whole weeks, slips from No.2 to 4 this week. "Royals" is No.1 in Belgium.

One Direction debut at No.5 in their first week on the World Charts with their hit song "Story of my Life" which entered the UK charts at No.4 at the beginning of the week.

Avicii's smash hit "Wake Me Up" which has been top of the European charts for 2 whole months, slips from last week's position of No.3 to No.6.

Miley Cyrus slips from N°4 to No.7 this week with her smash hit "wrecking Ball" whose video is still the most watched of the moment with over 302 million views as of today!!!!

OneRepublic's "Counting Stars" which is their best-selling Single ever, slips from  No.5 to 8  after months on the world charts!

At No.9, Drake with his world hit "Hold On we're going Home" featuring Majid Jordan.

Closing this weeks top 10 is Passenger's "Let Her Go" which reenters the top 10 due to its sales in America.

Celine Dion's New Album Was All About Choice!

Posted on November 06, 2013



Celine Dion's much anticipated Album "Loved Me Back to Life," is her first English-language album in six years! Co-writing, producing and singing on the Album are Ne-Yo and Sia. Celine did her duet "Overjoyed" with Stevie Wonder via the magic of digital technology.

Celine has had so much success and has loyal fans from all around the globe, but she reckons the best thing is her freedom to decide what to do: "I don't have to do anything I don't want to do," says the French-Canadian "I'm in the greatest place. I'm 45 and in the middle of my life. I'm cruising. All the decisions I'm making are coming from a grounded place."

One of those recent choices was to return to the studio to record her first English-language album in six years. Celine's voice and range is the best and she gives it her all, especially in the first six songs. "For 30 years, I've had the same recipe, which puts a lot of reverb on my voice," Dion says. "But for this album, I wanted to break from that. There are no effects on my voice. It's very pure. Very direct. I have nothing to lose, I'm not looking for career attention, for more success, more money. I'm just singing songs I chose because I love them." 

The five-time Grammy and World Music Awards winner has sold more than 200 million albums worldwide, played to 3 million people over five years at Caesars Palace's Colosseum in Las Vegas and took James Cameron's movie Titanic to box-office heights. 

Celine begins her Vegas residency with a series of performances at the Colosseum from Dec. 30 through March 19.

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