Adele replaces Eminem with biggest selling digital album

Just one week after Eminem became the first artist ever to sell one million downloads on an album with ‘Recovery’ Adele has beaten his record.

’21′ by Adele also now holds the record for fastest selling digital album as it was released well after the Eminem ‘Recovery’ album.

Adele ’21′ has also sold 1.5 million CDs giving it a grand tally of 2.5 million units sold and making it the biggest selling album of 2011 so far.

The single ‘Rolling In The Deep’ has also sold over 4 million tracks.

Worldwide sales for ’21′ are over 9 million. The album has also spent more time at number 1 in the USA for any UK artist.

Eminem disses Lady Gaga, Justin Bieber on new track

Eminem made diss tracks some of his biggest hits, name-checking everyone from Mariah Carey to Michael Jackson. Now he’s taking aim at pop’s current heaviest hitters, Lady Gaga and Justin Bieber.

Only the newly leaked track “A Kiss,” off his “Hell: The Sequel” effort with Royce Da 5’9 as Bad Meets Evil, the 38-year-old rapper calls Bieber “evil” and brings up those tired old Gaga hermaphrodite rumors.

“Tell Lady Gaga she can quit her job at the post office/ She’s still a male lady,” he says on the track. “Wouldn’t f— her with her d—/ You heard it/ The verdict’s in.”

He also says “evil seeps through” 17-year-old pop star Justin Bieber, but is much nicer to Katy Perry, saying he’s “on her tail.”

The “Hell: The Sequel” EP is officially due on June 14. It’s also set to feature the single “Lighters,” with Bruno Mars.

Eminem, Foo Fighters and Coldplay to headline this year’s Lollapalooza festival



The US alternative rock event brings together three of the biggest acts on the planet to play in Chicago from August 5 to 7 this year. Organiser Perry Farrell, of the band Jane’s Addiction, told Rolling Stone magazine: “I wish I was 20, but unfortunately it’s my festival that’s 20. I just feel so fortunate that I was able to make something so wonderful for the musicians and the audience.

“It’s just astounding where it has evolved to. In 1991, we had seven groups and we were performing on dirt fields.”

Other acts confirmed for the festival include Cee Lo Green, Arctic Monkeys, Deftones, Tinie Tempah, deadmau5 and Muse.
Lollapalooza was one of the first events to offer a diverse bill to fans, with heavy metal, punk, dance and hip-hop acts all playing on
the same stage, and it has often found and championed upcoming bands, giving them one of the first breaks of their career.

Speaking of his eclectic choice of who plays, Perry added: “A lot of this music – we’ll call it festival music – it’s still not popular

“If you look at pop, pop is one thing. Festival music is another, and it still holds true that we’re looking to book acts that are
critically acclaimed and have credibility. It’s just very interesting that it’s become its own working organism.”

The festival has also greatly expanded during its twenty years and now boasts over 100 acts playing over its three days on its main and newly added dance stages.

Barbra Streisand to perform at The Grammys

Barbra Streisand to perform at The Grammys

Barbra Streisand to perform at The Grammys

Expect a super-rare performance from Babs at this year’s Grammys. Streisand hasn’t performed live too often of late, but the Grammys are special to her, having won eight and being nominated for another this year. She’s nominated for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album for her 51st Gold Record, 2009′s Love Is The Answer. It is her 57th Grammy nomination.

She has already snared a philanthropy award from the Recording Academy this year ‘ the MusiCares Person Of The Year.

Her Star Is Born co-star Kris Kristofferson will reportedly introduce her on stage.

Streisand joins Cee Lo Green, Bruno Mars, Eminem, Arcade Fire, Muse, Katy Perry, Rihanna, Drake, Usher, Justin Bieber and more performing on the night.

Paramore were the only alternative act in the top ten downloads.

Paramore were the only alternative act in the top ten downloads.

Paramore were the only alternative act in the top ten downloads.

Paramore were the only alternative act in the top ten downloads, Hayley Williams and co only managed to make it to number ten with their track ‘crushcrushcrush’ which sold 6.1 million copies reveal xfm.co.uk. Top spot went to American singer Kesha’s debut release ‘Tik Tok’ with more than double that – 12.8 million copies. Although the digital market increased by 6% bosses are still blaming illegal downloads for it not being bigger. IFPI chief executive Frances Moore said: “As we enter 2011, digital piracy, and the lack of adequate legal tools to fight it, remains the biggest threat to the future of creative industries. “Great new legitimate music offerings exist all over the world, offering consumers a wide range of ways to access music. “Yet they operate in a market that is rigged by piracy, and they will not survive if action is not taken to address this fundamental problem. This is the challenge and the opportunity for governments to seize in 2011.”

The top 10 digital singles in the world in 2010 were:

1. Tik Tok by Kesha sold 12.8 million copies.
2. Bad Romance by Lady Gaga sold 9.7 million copies.
3. Love The Way You Lie by Eminem featuring Rihanna sold 9.3 million copies.
4. Telephone by Lady Gaga sold 7.4 million copies.
5. OMG by Usher featuring Will.i.am sold 6.9 million copies.
6. California Gurls by Katy Perry sold 6.7 million copies.
7. Hey, Soul Sister by Train sold 6.6 million copies.
8. Baby by Justin Bieber sold 6.4 million copies.
9. I Gotta Feeling by Black Eyed Peas sold 6.1 million copies.
10. crushcrushcrush by Paramore sold 6.1 million copies.

Taylor Swift was top selling artist of 2010

Taylor Swift was top selling artist of 2010

Taylor Swift was top selling artist of 2010

Taylor Swift was top selling artist of 2010. Taylor Swift was the biggest selling artist of 2010, according to Nielsen SoundScan. In 2010, Swift sold 4,470,000 units, beating Eminem, Lady Gaga and Justin Bieber.The Beatles, who caved in to iTunes and finally released their music digitally in 2010, made the Top 10 at no. 10 with sales of 1,697,000 units. In 2009, Michael Jackson was the biggest selling artist with 8,286,000 units sold but then again he did have the ultimate publicity stunt . death.

The top 10 selling artists of 2010 were:

1. Taylor Swift (4,470,000)
2. Eminem (4,317,000)
3. Lady Antebellum (3,848,000)
4. Justin Bieber (3,728,000)
5. Glee (3,603,000)
6. Susan Boyle (2,711,000)
7. Lady Gaga (2,591,000)
8. Michael Jackson (2,118,000)
9. Zac Brown Band (1,824,000)
10. The Beatles (1,697,000)

Lady Gaga tops Billboard year-end charts

Lady Gaga tops Billboard year-end charts

Lady Gaga tops Billboard year-end charts

Lady Gaga tops Billboard year-end charts. Billboard magazine has unveiled their year-end charts for 2010 and its little surprise that Lady Gaga is the Artist of the Year just one year after receiving the New Artist of 2009. She has two albums in the top 13 for the year and four singles in the top 100. New artists of the year goes to Ke$ha who had the biggest single of the year with Tik Tok. She is the first woman in the 64 year history of the Billboard charts to have the biggest single of the year with her debut. The biggest album of the year goes to Susan Boyle’s I Dreamed a Dream which spent six weeks at number one during the eligibility period. Lady Antebellum also makes history by being the first Top Duo/Group for the year from the country genre. The year-end charts are based on chart performance from the December 5, 2009 to the November 27, 2010 issue of the magazine. The top five artists of the year based on all chart activity:

•1. Lady Gaga
•2. Taylor Swift
•3. Eminem
•4. Lady Antebellum
•5. Ke$ha

As far as veteran artists go, only three made it into the top 100. Michael Jackson was highest at 28 due to his showing of four albums in the top 200 of the year. Second was Sade who, on the surface, had an even bigger year with the top Album, R&B Album and R&B Single of the Year by a veteran artist, but they were limited to just the one hit album and single. Finally, Reba McEntire made the list by having three singles in the country top 50 along with the biggest country album by a veteran artist.

•28. Michael Jackson
•46. Sade
•88. Reba McEntire

Here are the top five from each of the charts plus all other chart positions for veteran artists.

Top 200 Albums of 2010

•1. I Dreamed a Dream – Susan Boyle
•2. Recovery – Eminem
•3. Need You Now – Lady Antebellum
•4. The Fame – Lady Gaga
•5. My World 2.0 – Justin Bieber
•14. Soldier of Love – Sade
•22. This is It – Michael Jackson
•39. Number Ones – Michael Jackson
•54. Live at the Troubadour – Carole King & James Taylor
•65. Iron Man 2 Soundtrack – AC/DC
•82. Hope For Haiti Now – Various Artists
•88. The Circle – Bon Jovi
•90. If On a Winter’s Night – Sting
•99. Mojo – Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers
•106. Greatest Hits – Journey
•111. Them Crooked Vultures – Them Crooked Vultures
•112. Essential – Michael Jackson
•124. Valleys of Neptune – Jimi Hendrix
•133. Good Evening New York City – Paul McCartney
•137. Thriller – Michael Jackson
•142. Keep on Loving You – Reba McEntire
•145. Legend: The Best of – Bob Marley & the Wailers
•154. Scream – Ozzy Osbourne
•156. Christmas: 25th Anniversary Collection – Mannheim Steamroller
•157. Chronicles: The 20 Greatest Hits – Creedence Clearwater Revival
•162. Soulbook – Rod Stewart
•173. Buffet Hotel – Jimmy Buffett
•176. Exile on Main Street – Rolling Stones
•187. Guitar Heaven: The Greatest The Greatest Guitar Classics of All Time – Santana

Top 100 Singles of 2010

•1. Tik Tok – Ke$ha
•2. Need You Now – Lady Antebellum
•3. Hey, Soul Sister – Train
•4. California Girls – Katy Perry Featuring Snoop Dogg
•5. OMG – Usher Featuring will.i.am
•No Veteran Artists Charting

Top 75 Digital Songs of 2010

•1. Tik Tok – Ke$ha
•2. Hey, Soul Sister – Train
•3. California Girls – Katy Perry Featuring Snoop Dogg
•4, Love the Way You Lie – Eminem Featuring Rihanna
•5. Bad Romance – Lady Gaga
•No Veteran Artists Charting

Top 75 Radio Songs of 2010

•1. Need You Now – Lady Antebellum
•2, OMG – Usher Featuring Rihanna
•3. Tik Tok – Ke$ha
•4. California Girls – Katy Perry Featuring Snoop Dogg
•5. Nothin’ on You – B.o.B. Featuring Bruno Mars
•No Veteran Artists Charting

R&B and Blues

Top 100 R&B Albums of 2010

•1. Recovery – Eminem
•2. The E.N.D. – Black Eyed Peas
•3. The Element of Freedom – Alicia Keys
•4. Soldier of Love – Sade
•5. Thank Me Later – Drake
•8. This is It – Michael Jackson
•42. Still – BeBe & CeCe Winans
•46. I Look to You – Whitney Houston
•48. Number Ones – Janet Jackson
•63. Lotus Flow3r/MpLSound/Elix3r – Prince/Bria Valente
•80. Uncle Charlie – Charlie Wilson
•81. Ultimate Christmas Collection – Jackson 5

Top 100 R&B Singles of 2010

•1. Un-Thinkable (I’m Ready) – Alicia Keys
•2. There Goes My Baby – Usher
•3. It Kills Me – Melanie Fiona
•4. Everything to Me – Monica
•5. Say Aah – Trey Songz Featuring Fabolous
•37. Soldier of Love – Sade
•71. Close to You – BeBe & CeCe Winans
•79. Can’t Live Without You – Charlie Wilson
•81. Million Dollar Bill – Whitney Houston
•95. Can It Stay – Gerald Levert

Top 15 Blues Albums of 2010

•1. Memphis Blues – Cyndi Lauper
•2. Black Rock – Joe Bonamassa
•3. Bingo! – Steve Miller Band
•4. Interpretations: The British Rock Songbook – Bettye LaVette
•5. Roadsongs – Derek Trucks Band
•6. Cadillac Records – Soundtrack
•7. Living Proof – Buddy Guy
•13. Acquired Taste – Delbert McClinton & Dick50
•15. Icon – Etta James

Country, Bluegrass and Folk

Top 75 Country Albums of 2010

•1. Need You Now – Lady Antebellum
•2. Fearless – Taylor Swift
•3. Speak Now – Taylor Swift
•4. Play On – Carrie Underwood
•5. The Foundation – Zac Brown Band
•24. Keep on Loving You – Reba McEntire
•31. Twang – George Strait
•37. American VI: Ain’t No Grave – Johnny Cash
•49. The List – Rosanne Cash
•66. Country Music – Willie Nelson
•72. All the Women I Am – Reba McEntire

Top 60 Country Singles of 2010

•1. Love Like Crazy – Lee Brice
•2. Rain is a Good Thing – Luke Bryan
•3. Why Don’t We Just Dance – Josh Turner
•4. All Over Me – Josh Turner
•5. The Man I Want to Be – Chris Young
•40. I Gotta Get to You – George Strait
•42. Consider Me Gone – Reba McEntire
•50. The Breath You Take – George Strait
•53. I Keep On Loving You – Reba McEntire
•56. Turn on the Radio – Reba McEntire

Top 15 Bluegrass Albums of 2010

•1. Up on the Ridge – Dierks Bentley
•2. Genuine Negro Jig – Carolina Chocolate Drops
•3. Sing the Statler Brothers – Dailey & Vincent
•4. The Crow: New Songs For the 5-String Banjo – Steve Martin
•5. Naturally: A Nearly A Cappella Collection – Isaacs
•6. Mountain Soul II – Patty Loveless
•14. Solo: Songs My Dad Loved – Ricky Skaggs
•15. High, Wide & Handsome: The Charlie Poole Project – Loudon Wainwright III

Top 15 Folk Albums of 2010

•Not Yet Available


Top 50 Rock Albums of 2010

•1. Battle Studies – John Mayer
•2. The Fall – Norah Jones
•3. The Twilight Saga: New Moon – Soundtrack
•4. To the Sea – Jack Johnson
•5. Ocean Eyes – Owl City
•11. Iron Man 2 Soundtrack – AC/DC
•21. The Circle – Bon Jovi
•25. Mojo – Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers
•30. Them Crooked Vultures – Them Crooked Vultures
•31. Valleys of Neptune – Jimi Hendrix•33. Good Evening New York City – Paul McCartney
•40. Scream – Ozzy Osbourne
•49. Buffet Hotel – Jimmy Buffett

Top 50 Hard Rock Albums of 2010

•1. Dark Horse – Nickelback
•2. A Thousand Suns – Linkin Park
•3. Iron Man 2 Soundtrack – AC/DC
•4. The Oracle – Godsmack
•5. Nightmare – Avenged Sevenfold•9. Them Crooked Vultures – Them Crooked Vultures
•10. Valleys of Neptune – Jimi Hendri
•15. Scream – Ozzy Osbourne
•22. Greatest Hits – Motley Crue
•28. The Final Frontier – Iron Maiden
•34. Greatest Hits – Bon Jovi
•39. Chickenfoot – Chickenfoot
•47. Custom Built – Bret Michaels
•49. World Painted Blood – Slayer
•50. Sonic Boom – Kiss

Top 50 Rock Songs of 2010

•1. Savior – Rise Against
•2. Uprising – Muse
•3. I Will Not Bow – Breaking Benjamin
•4. Break – Three Days Grace
•5. Lay Me Down – The Dirty Heads Featuring Rome
•33. Let Me Hear You Scream – Ozzy Osbourne
•44. New Fang – Them Crooked Vultures

Adult Contemporary

Top 50 Adult Contemporary Tracks of 2010

•1. Need You Now – Lady Antebellum
•2. Hey, Soul Sister – Train
•3. Haven’t Met You Yet – Michael Buble
•4. Smile – Uncle Kracker
•5. Already Gone – Kelly Clarkson
•41. We Weren’t Born to Follow – Bnn Jovi

Top 50 Adult Pop Songs of 2010

•1. Hey, Soul Sister – Train
•2. Breakeven – Script
•3. Need You Now – Lady Antebellum
•4. If It’s Love – Train
•5. Life After You – Daughtry
•50. Superman Tonight – Bon Jovi


Top 50 Dance/Club Play Songs of 2010

•1. Rocket – Goldfrapp
•2. Bad Romance – Lady Gaga
•3. All the Lovers – Kylie Minogue
•4. Fire With Fire – Scissor Sisters
•5. California Girls – Katy Perry Featuring Snoop Dogg
•13. Make Me – Janet Jackson
•23. Give Me Something – (Yoko) Ono
•31. To Paris With Love – Donna Summer
•50. Wouldn’t (I’m a Star) – (Yoko) Ono

Top 25 Dance/Electric Albums of 2010

•1. The Fame – Lady Gaga
•2. The Fame Monster (EP) – Lady Gaga
•3. Ocean Eyes – Owl City
•4. La Roux – La Roux
•5. The Remix – Lady Gaga
•No Veteran Artists Charting


Top 50 Jazz Albums of 2010

•1, Crazy Love – Michael Buble
•2. Your Songs – Harry Connick, Jr.
•3. Love is the Answer – Barbra Streisand
•4. Making Merry – Various Artists
•5. Letters to Santa – Various Artists
•9. Heart & Soul – Kenny G
•14. Brian Wilson Reimagines Gershwin – Brian Wilson
•17. The Imagine Project – Herbie Hancock
•18. Come Rain or Come Shine – Peggy Lee
•20. Christmas Jazz Jam – Wynton Marsalis
•21. Jasmine – Keith Jarrett/Charlie Haydn
•23. Preservation – Preservation Hall Jazz Band
•26. Super Hits – Kenny G
•27. Orchestrion – Pat Metheney
•28. The Gospel According to Jazz: Chapter III – Kirk Whalum
•31. I’m New Here – Gil Scott-Heron
•33. Songs From Lonely Avenue – Brian Setzer
•34. Sinatra: New York – Frank Sinatra
•35. Lee Ritenour’s 6 String Theory – Various Artists
•38. Songs and Stories – George Benson
•40. Vocabularies – Bobby McFerrin
•42. Twelve Nights in Hollywood – Ella Fitzgerald
•44. Sending My Love – Norman Brown
•45. Christmas With Sinatra and Friends – Frank Sinatra
•46. The Complete Reprise Recordings – Frank Sinatra & Antonio Carlos Jobim
•47. Collector’s Edition – Frank Sinatra

Rihanna Debuts At #1 On First Ever Billboard Social 50 Chart.

Rihanna Debuts At #1 On First Ever Billboard Social 50 Chart.

Rihanna Debuts At #1 On First Ever Billboard Social 50 Chart.

Rihanna Debuts At #1 On First Ever Billboard Social 50 Chart. The increasing popularity of music on YouTube, Facebook, and other social network sites has spawned a brand new chart on Billboard debuting this week, the Social 50. Rihanna is the first artist to top the chart, followed closely by Justin Bieber.  
Joining charts like the Billboard Hot 100, which currently factors online streaming into its rankings, the Social 50 chart tallies artist popularity using weekly song plays, artist page views, additions fans and followers, and more on sites like Facebook, Twitter, iLike, YouTube, and MySpace. Billboard will use the social music tracking service Next Big Sound. Rihanna enters at #1 on the chart’s debut week, followed by Justin Bieber at #2 and Eminem at #3. Lady Gaga is at #4, while Nicki Minaj, who just released her debut album, rounds out the top 5. “The Social 50 provides a weekly snapshot of the artists that music fans engage with the most in the social arena, which in today’s world is a significant validation of their investment in an act,” says Billboard Chart Director, Silvio Pietroluongo. “We continue to adapt the way we chart the changing landscape of music,” says Billboard Editorial Director, Bill Werde. “The Social 50 is yet another step in the evolution of Billboard and an important response to our changing times.” “The volume of online activity that top artists now receive is too big to ignore,” says Next Big Sound CEO, Alex White. “We are thrilled that social music activity now receives the same emphasis as the music charts for which Billboard is synonymous.” Elsewhere on the chart, which is available in full on Billboard.com, are Michael Jackson at #12, the cast of “Glee” at #25, Girl Talk at #36, and Demi Lovato at #47.

Billboard Social 50 Top 10

For the Week Ending December 11th, 2011

1. Rihanna

2. Justin Bieber

3. Eminem

4. Lady Gaga

5. Nicki Minaj

6. The Black Eyed Peas

7. Katy Perry

8. Ke$ha

9. Linkin Park

10. Shakira

Eminem Leads Grammy Pack With 10 Nods, Bruno Mars Follows With 7

Eminem Leads Grammy Pack With 10 Nods

Eminem Leads Grammy Pack With 10 Nods

Eminem Leads Grammy Pack With 10 Nods, Bruno Mars Follows With 7. Eminem and Bruno Mars lead the nods list for the 53rd Annual Grammy Awards, it has been announced Wednesday night. The rap superstar has amassed a whopping total of 10 nominations, while the vocalist is not far behind with seven nods.  
Eminem is nominated for Album of the Year and Best Rap Album for his chart-topping “Recovery;” Record of the Year, Song of the Year, Best Rap Song, Best Short Form Music Video and Best Rap/Sung Collaboration for his “Love the Way You Lie” with Rihanna; Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals for “Airplanes II” with B.o.B. and Haley Williams; and Best Rap Solo and Best Rap Song for “Not Afraid.” Mars is up for Best Male Pop Vocal for “Just the Way You Are” and Best Rap/Sung Collaboration for B.o.B.’s “Nothin’ On You” among other nods. Lady Gaga and country music trio Lady Antebellum are third placers for most nominations, each getting six nominations. Pals Katy Perry and Rihanna have four nods each, while Beyonce earned two. Justin Bieber is vying for Best New Artist against Drake, Florence and the Machine, Mumford & Sons, and Esperanza Spalding, while the cast of the TV show “Glee” are up for Best Pop Performance by a Dup or Group with Vocals against Maroon 5, Paramore, Sade, and Train. The 53rd annual Grammy Awards will be telecast live from the Staples Center in Los Angeles on CBS this February 13th.

Justin Bieber became the youngest person to win Artist of the Year prize

Justin Bieber became the youngest person to win Artist of the Year prize

Justin Bieber became the youngest person to win Artist of the Year prize

Justin Bieber became the youngest person to win Artist of the Year prize. Justin Bieber became the youngest person ever to win the Artist of the Year prize at the American Music Awards (AMAs) last sunday. The ‘Pray’ hitmaker was the big winner of the evening, taking home four accolades including Favourite Pop/Rock Male Artist, Favourite Album and Breakthrough Artist of the Year during the ceremony at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles. Accepting the Artist of the Year honour, the 16-year-old star thanked his mentor Usher and invited the ‘OMG’ singer to join him on stage. He said: “I really was embraced by a man named Usher Raymond. It would be only right if I invited him up here to share it with me.” Usher picked up two gongs himself, Favourite Soul/R&B Male Artist and Favourite Soul/R&B Album, while rapper Eminem walked away with statuettes for Favourite Rap/Hip-Hop Male Artist and Favourite Rap/Hip-Hop Album. Other winners at the 38th annual ceremony included country stars Taylor Swift, Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley; British rock band Muse, R&B singer Rihanna and Colombian pop star Shakira. Michael Buble was heard shouted ‘ love winning things” when he picked up the Favourite Adult Contemporary Artist award. Rihanna, Katy Perry, Kid Rock and Bon Jovi, all performed at the ceremony and boy bands New Kids on the Block (NKOTB) and Backstreet Boys joined up for their first collaborative live stage effort before they kick off a joint American tour next year. Pink ‘ who announced last week she is pregnant with her first child ‘ did not allow her pregnancy to slow her down putting on an energetic dance routine to perform new song ‘Raise Your Glass’.

American Music Awards (AMAs) 2010, full list of winners:

Favourite Soul/R&B Album: Usher, ‘Raymond v. Raymond’
Favourite Pop Rock Band/Duo/Group: The Black Eyed Peas
Favourite Country Female Artist: Taylor Swift
Favourite Latin Music Artist: Shakira
Favourite Soul/R&B Female Artist: Rihanna
Favourite Country Male Artist: Brad Paisley
Favourite Breakthrough Artist: Justin Bieber
Favourite Pop/Rock Male Artist: Justin Bieber
Favourite Country Band/Duo/Group: Lady Antebellum
Favourite Alternative Rock Music Artist: Muse
Favourite Adult Contemporary Music Artist: Michael Buble
Favourite Soul/R&B Male Artist: Usher
Favourite Artist of the Year: Justin Bieber
Favourite Country Album: Carrie Underwood, ‘Play On’
Favourite Rap/Hip-Hop Male Artist: Eminem
Favourite Pop/Rock Album: Justin Bieber, ‘My World 2.0′
Favourite Pop/Rock Female Artist: Lady Gaga
Favourite Contemporary Inspirational Artist: MercyMe
Favourite Rap/Hip-Hop Album: Eminem, ‘Recovery’
Favourite Soundtrack Album: ‘Glee: The Music, Volume 3 Showstoppers’

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