That’s What Credit Cards Are For…

    On a whim, I decided to buy four CDs on the other day four? Well…because I’m easily enticed by a good deal. CDWow was offering three CDs for $22.00. How could I say no? The fourth CD was something I had intended on purchasing anyway.

    Calvin Harris

    Calvin HarrisReady For The Weekend – I’ve been loving this CD for months so I finally decided to suck it up and purchase it. I can’t wait. Love everything Calvin Harris touches – whether it’s an original track, a production credit or a remix. HOTNESS is the word to describe Mr. Harris. The album was released back in August and the third single will be Flash Back, due out November 9th.

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    FrankmusikComplete Me – Another CD that I’ve been loving for months is Frankmusik’s brilliant Complete Me, also released last August and produced by Stuart Price. Check out Frankmusik on the upcoming charity single, “I Got Soul,” along with other UK phenoms Pixie Lott, Tinchy Stryder, and more – due out October 19th.

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    Little BootsLittle BootsHandsLittle Boots releases her new single “Earthquake,” off of her June 2009 album, Hands on November 16th. Hands is an album that I haven’t really listened to all that much, but I’ve loved the singles released off of the album. “New In Town,” “Remedy,” and of course “Meddle.” Looking forward to this album.

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    Paloma Faith

    Paloma FaithDo You Want The Truth Or Something Beautiful? Despite her album being ripped to shreds in NME, I could not be more pumped for the debut album from burlesque pop singer Paloma Faith. Her debut single “Stone Cold Sober” captured my attention. Her follow up single “New York” turned me into a fan. The album came out in the UK last week. CANNOT WAIT for this one. Paloma Faith can be heard on a track off of Basement Jaxx’s new album Scars, out now. She can also be seen in the 2007 British movie St. Trinian’s, out now in the U.S.

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