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Ed Sheeran: X
Ed Sheeran has never tried to look the part of the international pop star, but his second album certainly finds him getting to grips with the role.
Ariana Grande: My Everything
Every summer needs a soundtrack and this year, Ariana Grande contributed the song – the Iggy Azalea-enhanced Problem – that seemed to blare from every seaside fairground ride and hot dog stand.
Twin Atlantic: Great Divide
So, in the end, Scotland decided not to go it alone from the rest of the United Kingdom in its independence referendum.
Super Furry Animals: Fuzzy Logic
Gruff Rhys is, essentially, the Welsh Damon Albarn
The Vamps: Meet The Vamps
Something strange is happening in boyband land.
Coldplay: Ghost Stories
“Suffering teaches sweet understanding,” reads a quote on the inner sleeve of Coldplay’s sixth album, and it’s clear that Chris Martin has been through his fair share of anguish in its making.
Oasis: Definitely Maybe (Chasing The Sun Edition)
They said that if you could remember the ‘60s, you weren’t there (maan).
My Chemical Romance: May Death Never Stop You – The Greatest Hits 2001-2013
Not many bands get to write their own epitaph. But on Fake Your Death, the previously unreleased new song that opens this compilation of emo kings My Chemical Romance’s finest moments, that’s precisel
Lily Allen: Sheezus
Five years – the amount of time that’s elapsed since Lily Allen’s last album – is a very long time in pop music, and Allen herself knows it.
Bombay Bicycle Club: So Long, See You Tomorrow
Given that Bombay Bicycle Club share their initials with the organisation that features in ace TV mockumentary W1A, it’s perhaps no surprise that this BBC has also been looking at its “brand values”.

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