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No Angel – Dido (BMG – Crescendo)

The leader of electronica band Faithless, Rollo brings an edgy vitality to Dido's soothing croon with his electronic textures and surreal production.
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Janet – Janet Jackson (Virgin)

Dreaming about true love, well then pay attention. She charming and has one of the best voices in the music industry. Her range could be high or could be heard in a whisper. She's made it big not because her brother is Michael Jackson.
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Lovers Rock - Sade (Sony Music)

'Lovers Rock' is the first collection of new work by Sade (pronounced Sharday) in eight years.
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Ali – Original Sound Track – (Universal Music)

Will Smith as Ali has created a wave overseas. However he is still to make his showdown here. Though the movie is pretty good, the OST leaves a lot to be seen.
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Oops'…. I did it again – Britney Spears (HMV)

Even since she hit the pop scene not so long ago, Britney's been the biggest paradox of pop culture – a tantalizing blend of innocence and oomph. All babe, yet all woman too.
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Blue Night –Michael Learns to Rock – Rs. 399/- (Virgin Records)

Their four previous albums and two compilations have sold 8 million copies worldwide, and the band have long since proved that they have an unusual flair for writing durable pop songs which read far beyond the fly-by-night bands.
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Charlie's Angels- OST- (Various) – (Sony Music)

The movie 'Charlie's Angels' was been a hit in the US and even in Mumbai the response was phenomenal. Based on the American TV serial, which ran from to 1976-1981,
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If I Could Tell You - Yanni – Rs. 395/- (Virgin Music)

Think Yanni came out with a new album? Think again. This is an album he released in the year 2000 which unfortunately went unnoticed by many people.
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All That You Can't Leave Behind –U2 – Rs. 395/- (Universal)

After a lull of over three years after 1997’s ‘Pop’, rock superstars U2, has once again popped up to give their fans something to sing and dance about. Not many know that the band had done a part of the sound track for 'Million Dollar Hotel' in 2000
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Remember Shakti – Saturday Night Live in Bombay – (Universal)

In Sanskrit, Shakti literally means ‘energy’ or, rather, the feminine version of divine energy. In music Shakti is also energy, the story of two men and the meeting of two traditions – Indian born Pandit Ravi Shankar and British guitarist John McLaughlin.
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