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Memories do not Open – The Chainsmokers – (Sony DADC) Rs. 499/-

Their catchy pop styled songs with that EDM sound behind all of it is what makes the Chainsmokers so popular all over the world. In 2014, when the duo that consists of vocalist Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall made themselves known to the world
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Blue and Lonesome – The Rolling Stone – Polydor (Import)

Rolling Forever, that’s what The Rolling Stones are doing. Awards, citations, wide publicity and a million fans worldwide, coupled with criticism rolled over the immense career of the rival group to the Beatles, the Stones still prove they are unbeatable.
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Divide – Ed Sheeran –Asylum Records (Import)

Ed Sheeran’s new album released sometime in March this year which is known by the symbol “÷” (pronounced as otherwise “Divide”), is his third album.
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The Twilight Saga Breaking Dawn – Part 2 – Various Artists – OST –Warner Music Rs. 395/-

The series is famous for its catchy soundtrack and the impressive artist’s lineup. The soundtrack for the fifth and final film in the franchise continues unabatedly, with this time using genres like rock, ballads, alternative and pop ditties.
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Starboy – The Weeknd – Republic Records (Import)

The Weeknd is now almost a household name all over the world and his third album, but essentially his sixth, given how well-produced the mixtapes were, sees him bring on a new direction in his music, bringing on a load of collaborators after his last album “Beauty Behind the Madness”.
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Making Mirrors – Gotye – Universal Music Rs. 395/-

The sequel to the mega hit ‘Grease’, the second edition is equally interesting, though the story telling is the lowdown here. ‘Grease 2’ per se has no connection to the original film, except of course it focuses on teens at Rydell High, the imaginary school from the first film
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Tomahawk Technique – Sean Paul (Virgin Records) Rs. 395/-

Jamaican dancehall came to the limelight with the coming of Shaggy and his brand of mid tempo girlie melodies. Though no doubt we had Bob Marley prior to all this, Sean Paul seems to have taken a big leap in making Jamaican reggae his forte and well he does succeed……to some extent at least. This album is the long awaited Grammy-winning deejay's fifth album and the follow-up to 2009's Imperial Blaze.
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Parallels – Vandana Vishwas – (Import)

Indo-Canadian musician Vandana Vishwas, who recently won the 2016 Toronto Independent Music Awards in ‘Best World’ category, is truly an out of the box composer who is not afraid of experimenting fusing Indian music with other genres.
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The Piper at the Gates of Dawn – Pink Floyd (EMI Virgin – Three Disc) Rs. 695/-

2007 marked 40 years for Pink Floyd and to mark this anniversary, a special edition of the band’s debut album ‘The Piper at the Gates of Dawn’ which was originally released on 5th August 1967, was re-issued along with a few new tracks that were found.
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Fundamental – Pet Shop Boys (EMI Virgin)

Just when you wondered where they’d been, the electro godfathers - The Pet Shop Boys nasal vocalist Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe return after three years to the magnificently disco pop of their heyday with an album reminiscent of that era
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