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B16 said in Gennaio 5th, 2010 at 10:57


The tracklisting for a forthcoming David Bowie tribute album has been announced, reports

Featuring the likes of MGMT, A Place To Bury Strangers, Soulwax and Duran Duran, the album also includes a Spanish version of ‘Sound + Vision’ by Devendra Banhart’s Megapuss, and also ‘Red Money’ by Swahili Blonde and featuring John Frusciante.

Set for relase in May, the record boasts a 28-song tracklisting, with all proceeds going to raise money for Warchild UK.

The tracklisting for the yet-to-be-named album is as follows:

‘Space Oddity’ (Exitmusic)
‘John, I’m Only Dancing’ (Vivian Girls)
‘Sound + Vision’ (Megapuss)
‘Absolute Beginners’ (Carla Bruni)
‘World Falls Down’ (Lights)
‘Heroes’ (VOICEsVOICEs)
‘Boys Keep Swinging’ (Duran Duran)
‘Always Crashing In The Same Car’ (Charlift)
‘African Night Flight’ (Aska w/ Moon & Moon)
‘Suffragette City’ (A Place to Bury Strangers)
‘Theme From Cat People’ (The Polyamorous Affair)
‘Life on Mars’ (Keren Ann)
‘Red Money’ (Swahili Blonde feat. John Frusciante)
‘Art Decade’ (Marco Benevento)
‘Be My Wife’ (Corridor)
‘The Superman’ (Aquaserge)
‘Ashes To Ashes’ (Warpaint)
‘Quicksand’ (Rainbow Arabia)
‘Afraid of Americans’ (We Are The World)
‘Within You’ (Laco$te)
‘Ziggy Stardust’ (Ariana Delawari)
‘Modern Love’ (Pizza!)
‘Secret Life Of Arabia’ (St Clair Board)
‘Starman’ (Caroline Weeks)
‘The Man Who Sold The World’ (Amanda Jo Williams)
‘Ashes To Ashes’ (Mick Karn)
‘TBA’ (Soulwax)


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B16 said in Gennaio 5th, 2010 at 11:05


Radiohead’s Thom Yorke has written three songs for an upcoming documentary about the Free Tibet movement.

Called ‘When The Dragon Swallowed The Sun’, the documentary is seven years in the making and is about the struggles the movement has had in trying to to free Tibet from Chinese occupation.

Featuring new material by Thom Yorke, Damien Rice and composer Philip Glass, the premiere is expected to be announced shortly.

For more information and to see the trailer for the documentary visit


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B16 said in Gennaio 5th, 2010 at 11:06


Badly Drawn Boy has revealed that he is about to start work on his seventh studio album.

The follow-up to ‘Is There Nothing We Could Do?’, the recent TV soundtrack for ‘The Fattest Man In Britain’, the singer-songwriter feels hes come full-circle since his first album.

“I really honestly feel like I’m back to the beginning.” Damon Gough told BBC 6 Music. “I feel like I’m really starting again with my music. There are certain things I’ve not done yet that I need to try and do, to really investigate what talent I’ve got,” He added.

Now without a record label since he parted ways with EMI, Gough also revealed that he has ideas for the album which are difficult to record.

“I know that I’ve got ideas that are very difficult to achieve.” he explained. “I’m always really frustrated that I don’t put across what I’m capable of doing. It’s a feeling of spontaneity and not being afraid. In the past I’ve been stifled by my own abilities.”


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buzz said in Gennaio 5th, 2010 at 17:20

grazie b16 prezioso piu’ che mai


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Aloisio said in Gennaio 5th, 2010 at 17:34

Anch’io mi rendo prezioso con una utilissima segnalazione:

Vi elenchiamo tutti gli appuntamenti con i live di Valerio Scanu dei primi mesi del 2010 in vista della partecipazione al Festival di Sanremo. Valerio girerà l’Italia e vi darà la possibilità di sentire dal vivo la sua stupenda voce. Ecco qui le date:

5 gennaio, Notte Bianca di Sarno
12 gennaio, Teatro Vittorio Emanuele – Messina
24 gennaio, Piper Club – Roma
30 gennaio, Magazzini Generali – Milano


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B16 said in Gennaio 5th, 2010 at 19:11

buzz, aloisio, alien, generale, tutti quanti… notizia triste, niente stones per il 2010…

The Rolling Stones have declared that they will not be playing at the Glastonbury festival this year, following rumours that they were set for a headline slot.

The band addressed the issue directly, saying that the festival rumours were false and that they would not be touring at all in 2010.

“Following recent UK media speculation, The Rolling Stones would like to make it clear there are no plans at the moment for the band to tour in 2010,” a spokesperson for the band told NME.COM.

Meanwhile, the band are set to release a reissue of their 1972 classic ‘Exile On Main Street’ in May featuring a host of unreleased songs including ‘Plunder My Soul’, ‘Following The River’ and ‘Sophia Loren’.


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B16 said in Gennaio 5th, 2010 at 19:14

o forse le paroline ‘at the moment’ dovrebbero farci sperare….


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buzz said in Gennaio 6th, 2010 at 22:04

valerio scanu mi incute comunque molta sicurezza rock,e’ come una polizza a vita,si chiama stones eh eh eh eh eh eh at the moment certo 🙂


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