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Aloisio said in 18 Gennaio, 2010 at 13:37

Gli U2 nella top ten annuale in Italia! (la sora Ciccone è dispersa). ps ovviamente sono contento anche per Renato, tutto il resto può benissimo andare nell’inceneritore (anche se alcune, poche, canzoni di Michael Jackson non sono male.

1) Alla mia età – Tiziano Ferro
2) Presente – Renato Zero
3) Ali e radici – Eros Ramazzotti
4) My Christmas – Andrea Bocelli
5) No live on the horizon – U2
6) Tracks2 – Vasco Rossi
7) Primavera in anticipo – Laura Pausini
8) Laura Live World Tour 09 – Laura Pausini
9) Michael Jackson’s This i sit – Michael Jackson
10) Stupida – Alessandra Amoroso

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B16 said in 18 Gennaio, 2010 at 14:16

si ma se maicol gesson non se ne andava quest’anno la classifica manco la vedeva… la sora ciccone desaparecida e’ una bella notizia ma non so se tiziano eros e bocelli (con i muppets!) sono onestamente meglio… che exploit renatone!

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B16 said in 18 Gennaio, 2010 at 14:17

aloisio poi con un titolo profetico per gli U2 l’anno prossimo (ma solo per me che sto in olanda): no LIVE on the horizon…. :))))

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Aloisio said in 18 Gennaio, 2010 at 15:08

in effetti su vari siti la classifica è trascritta con no LIVE on the horizon al 5° posto!

in ogni caso attendiamo i post dei cicconiani che parleranno di classifica truccata…

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B16 said in 18 Gennaio, 2010 at 15:42

MGMT
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MGMT have said they don’t want to release any singles from their forthcoming second album album, ‘Congratulations’.

The duo told NME.COM that the album, which they hope to release this spring, is meant to be a complete body of songs rather than an album with standout singles.

“We’d rather people hear the whole album as an album and see what tracks jump out rather than the ones that get played on the radio – if anything gets played on the radio!” Ben Goldwasseer explained.

He added: “There definitely isn’t a ‘Time To Pretend’ or a ‘Kids’ on the album. We’ve been talking about ways to make sure people hear the album as an album in order and not just figure out what are the best three tracks, download those and not listen to the rest of it.”

The album is being recorded in New York with production help from Dave Fridmann (The Flaming Lips, Mercury Rev). Songs set for the tracklisting include ‘It’s Working’, ‘Brian Eno’ and ‘Song For Dan Treacy’.

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