Wednesday, 21 October 2009

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Judge of talent show X Factor and Girls Aloud member, Cheryl Cole, looks set to beat this year's fastest selling single, with her debut, 'Fight For This Love', outselling X Factor Alexandra Burke's 'Bad Boys' on the first Monday of release.

Guitar legend and previous Guns N' Roses member, Slash, has recorded with Wolfmother's Andrew Stockdale for his new album, reported to be named 'Slash and Friends.' The Australian singer has joined the likes of Dave Grohl, Ronnie Wood, Jason Bonham and Fergie on the album told BBC Newsbeat: "He is an iconic figure in rock'n'roll history. I thought, 'It's an honour'."




After the release of this year's 'Hombre Lobo', Eels have announced they will release their 8th studio album on January 19 next year. The new long player is titles 'End Times' and was recorded in front man Mark Everett's basment.

Tracklisting:

'The Beginning'

'Gone Man'
'In My Younger Days'
'Mansions Of Los Feliz'
'A Line In The Dirt'
'End Times'
'Apple Trees'
'Paradise Blues'
'Nowadays'
'Unhinged'
'High And Lonesome'
'I Need A Mother'
'Little Bird'
'On My Feet'


Daily Mail writer, Jan Moir,  has been 'disowned' by the Irish Daily Mail following her comments on Boyzone singer Steven Gately's death. Her comments have prompted over 20, 000 complaints worldwide (a significant increase on the chart topping 684 from the Times in 2008.)




Father of singer Amy Winehouse, Mitch Winehouse, has claimed: "She has been drug free for a year." .... Alright mate.

Film star Johnny Depp is rumoured to be playing guitar in support of his favourite British band, Babybird, at a London venue on their forthcoming tour.
After the success of Tramlines Festival last year, Sheffield City Council have announced plans they're returning with the festival and looking at the possibility of having a 'Sheffield Music Month.' Leader of the Council, Paul Scriven said told Sheffield Telgraph: "As a vision, this is really exciting."

 

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