Cave In‘s first full length in more than half a decade speaks to us in ways we’re still processing. Were there not deadlines to meet, and onesheets to submit, we would be taking a bit more time to reflect further on why we find this album, and this band, so important to us. Had you told us in 1997 that we’d be here, in Spring 2011, prepping a new Cave In album, we very likely wouldn’t have registered the sort of impact that fact might have on our lives. Now, a dedade and a half since we began working together, we find ourselves humbled and emotional while reflecting on the depth of meaning we find in our relationship. As friends, and as business partners, we’ve seen each other grow and stumble with an ebb and flow that feels every bit as powerful as this album we hold in our hands. The sentiment we feel while listening to White Silence is every bit an indicator of the bond we’re grateful to have with old friends who happen to collectively bust out some of our favorite jams time and time again.
Lady Gaga‘s much-anticipated sophomore set, BORN THIS WAY, finds the superstar re-teaming with her frequent collaborator RedOne on an album that builds upon the daring dance-pop of THE FAME MONSTER, highlighted by the first single and title track, “Born This Way.” “Born This Way”, set a music industry record becoming the fastest single in history to reach sales of 1,000,000 copies worldwide ( five days after its February 11th release). Lady Gaga’s third #1 song, the recording debuted at the top spot in 14 countries, including the U.S.; only the 19th single to ever debut at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100. Her contributions to the music industry have garnered her numerous achievements including five Grammy Awards amongst twelve nominations, two Guinness World Records and the estimated sale of 15 million albums and 51 million singles worldwide. Billboard named her both the “2010 Artist of the Year” and the top selling artist of 2010 ranking her as the 73rd Artist of the 2000s decade.
The Prodigy, Deluxe two disc (CD/DVD) edition. 2011 live release from the British Electronic act. Recorded before 65,000 fans, World’s On Fire is the debut live film documenting The Prodigy’s biggest concert to date.
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