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Linkin Park are back, and abandoned the precepts of commercial ambition in pursuit of what they believe to be honest art.
Documentary on the British boy band who shot to fame off the back of their appearance in the seventh series of 'The X Factor'. The band, comprised of Niall Horan, Zayn Malik, Liam Payne, Harry Styles and Louis Tomlinson, released their debut album, 'Up All Night', in 2011 and watched it soar to the top of the charts in both Britain and the USA. This documentary picks up from where 'One Direction: All for One' left off, providing further insight into the background of the boys, their offstage persona and the progress of their career.
Wale's fourth studio album, "The Album About Nothing", serves as part 3 of Wale's "About Nothing" music series. #TAAN may be the most personal album Wale has released to date and is most important to his core fans, as it follows two mixtapes ("mixtape about nothing" & "more about nothing") that were also centered around this theme. The play on the "album about nothing" is that the album is about "everything". There is no theme to life; therefore there is no theme to this album.
Bette Midler has a film, music and stage career spanning almost half a century. The four time Grammy Award winning music icon has sold over 30 million albums worldwide and achieved double platinum success (665,000) with her last UK release The Best of Bette in 2008, which featured global hits; Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy, From A Distance, plus The Rose and Wind Beneath My Wings which Bette sung at this year s Oscar s.
It s The Girls, Bette s first studio album for 8 years, sees her return to form, singing renditions of timeless classic 60s girl group songs such as Be My Baby by The Ronettes, You Can t Hurry Love by The Supremes to more contemporary R&B, with a cover of TLC s platinum hit Waterfalls and a duet with Darlene Love, who recently featured in the Academy Award winning music documentary 20 Feet From Stardom .
It s The Girls features 15 tracks produced by film and musical stalwarts, Marc Shaiman and Scott M. Riesett.
Amid nearly 4.5 million career album sales, numerous awards and consistent charttopping radio success in an unprecedented six-year span, Casting Crowns' lead singer and songwriter Mark Hall has never strayed from the group's main purpose: "Present discipleship through music." The band's message remains rooted in the youth ministry that Mark has lead on a weekly basis since 1999. The result with each new song collection is a fresh, relevant perspective on our journey with Christ. It's this unwavering pursuit that has inspired Casting Crowns' latest release, 'Until The Whole World Hears', an offering of encouragement, challenge, hope and truth to a world in need of Jesus. "As we travel through our journey as Christians, we come to a realisation that there are lots of people out there who need to hear about Jesus," Mark says. "Through our maturity, we begin to see the world as God sees the world and work with purpose to show people Jesus, until the whole world hears."
Superman does a lot in his newest adventure. Archvillain Lex Luthor, determined to make the world safe for nuclear arms merchants, creates a new being to challenge the Man of Steel: the radiation-charged Nuclear Man. The two super-powered foes clash in an explosive screen extranvaganza that sees Superman save the Statue of Liberty, repulse a volcanic eruption of Mount Etna, rebuild the demolished Great Wall of China and perform many more spetactular feats.
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