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NOW That’s What I Call Music! 2017 – (Universal Music) – Rs. 395/-

NOW That’s What I Call Music! Often referred to as NOW series, dates back to 1983 when the first compilation series started in the UK. Since then, it is one of the most sought after and most awaited compilation albums to come around.
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Day Breaks – Norah Jones (Universal Music) Rs. 295/-

Those how have followed her music, know her style, her target audience and her jazz influences felt on most of her work down her 14 year career. This new album, her sixth that consists of 12-track set, features nine original songs and three covers that take you back to her roots.
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Dear Santa – Bashir Sheikh (EMI Virgin) Rs. 195/-

No one can ever forget the golden voice of Bashir Sheikh whose 1991 album released then on Crescendo Music was one of the first few Indian produced Christmas albums that rocked Mumbai.
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E.MO.TION – Carly Rae Jepsen – (Universal Music) – Rs. 295/-

Carly Rae Jepsen's third album ‘E•MO•TION’ brings us to some bubble gum pop, and even though we would not label it as one of the best pop records we have heard so far, the singer – songwriter has brought out an album that has some good moments.
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The Book of Souls - Iron Maiden (Double album) (Sony Music/ Parlophone) - Rs 599

A Pioneer of the New Wave of British Heavy Metal, Iron Maiden has been one of the world’s most worshipped rock bands since its initial success in the early 1980s. Even though they followed a similar formula all through, albums like ‘The Number of the Beast’, ‘Piece of Mind’, ‘Powerslave’, ‘Somewhere in Time’, ‘Seventh Son of a Seventh Sojourn’, ‘Fear of the Dark’ and ‘Brave New World’ have had millions of followers.
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Lemonade – Beyonce – (2 Discs - CD + DVD) (Sony DADC) Rs. 699/-

Her fans have waited with bated breath for another album from this pop diva. After 2013’s self titled effort, ‘Lemonade’ is an album that sees Beyonce coming to terms with herself and where she is today.
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The Journey – The Very Best of Donna Summer (Universal Music) Rs. 395/-

The diva queen of the 80s returns with a collection of 19 best tracks from her career spanning over 20 years. If you have not got yourself a copy of the singer who gave disco a new name, get this compilation that borders on the sentimental and the disco era.
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7/27 – Fifth Harmony – (Sony DADC) – Rs. 499/-

Simon Cowell’s The X Factor has produced some good artists down the years, from solo acts to boy and girl groups. One of the more popular bands around is Fifth Harmony, an American all girl group, with its British counterpart being Little Mix, both groups spinning some notable songs and some which we might not want to really talk about.
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Let’s Folk – Various (Double Album) – Sony Music

Record company executives are getting creative day by day and aping the west. The CD is interestingly packaged in a neat story book format, with each CD on the front inside cover and the other on the inside back cover of the hardbound book.
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Thank You – Meghan Trainor – (Sony DADC) Rs. 499/-

Theirs energy in Trainor be it her debut work of All About that Bass or in her new single Me Too, where she makes a statement about body acceptance and just being yourself.
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