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Xscape – Michael Jackson (CD + DVD) (Sony Music) Rs. 599/-

It’s been a little over five years since the King of Pop passed away, but his music still lives on. Jackson was a perfectionist about his music, and he recorded many more songs than he ever released.
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One Love, One Rhythm - The 2014 FIFA World Cup Official Album – Various Artists - (Sony Music) Rs. 499/-

Music and football fans all over the world can finally heave a sign of relief, for the much awaited FIFA album is finally here. Released in May 2014, the album has 16 pure dance tracks written or selected for the Brazilian-hosted World Cup soccer tournament.
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Raastey – Shraddha Sharma - (Universal Music) Rs. 150/-

Now we come to the final analysis on our YouTube singing sensation, which you might have already read in our music story. While Shraddha has played it safe with cover versions of songs on her YouTube Channel, on her album she had access to international producer Jim Beanz and Lesle Lewis that brought in a lot of original material.
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Armaan – Armaan Malik (Universal Music) Rs. 150/-

It pays to have a godfather in the music industry. Eighteen year old Armaan Malik is one lucky teen who got an easy road to releasing his self-titled debut music album – Armaan without the struggle of a reality music show.
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Fires – Ronan Keating (Universal Music) Rs. 395/-

In this 2012 collection, Boyzone bandmate has had is share of problems, some personal and some with the band. But his ninth studio effort is a moment of pop sound, going back to what he loves, giving you mix of mushy love songs and a few or rather excessive dose of uptempo songs, all in a matter of 12 songs.
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Mylo Xyloto – Coldplay - (EMI Virgin) Rs. 395/-

After a hiatus of three years since their biggest selling album ‘Viva La Vida’, the Grammy winners are back with their fifth album. A Coldplay album is eagerly awaited by pop - rock who just can’t get enough of the band who gave massive hits right from their humble beginnings with ‘Speed of sound’ until ‘Viva La Vida’.
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The 20/20 Experience – Justin Timberlake - (Sony Music) Rs. 399/-

Good or bad thing no one knows, but Timberlake managed to set a fan following just like his boy band N’Sync. He is the man who’s kicking up a storm right now, and after a six and a half year hiatus, he’s back with a new sound, bringing with him his producer Timbaland, proof that they are the perfect pop duo.
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All the Little Lights – Passenger – (Sony Music) Rs. 399/-

Bands these days surprise you with some never before heard names. Take the case of Michael David Rosenberg who goes by the stage name Passenger. A British folk rock singer songwriter, Rosenberg struggled to make it to the top right from his humble beginnings in 2000s when he started his five piece band, of which he is the main vocalist and songwriter.
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Deep India – Deep Forest and Rahul Sharma – (Sony Music) – Rs. 299/-

World renowned santoor player Rahul Sharma has collaborated with many western music artists from Richard Clayderman, Kenny G to Georges Kazazian and now Grammy award winning artist Eric Mouquet one half of the original duo Deep Forest.
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RED – Taylor Swift – (Universal Music) Rs. 395/-

Down to her fourth album, America’s sweetheart, singer-songwriter Taylor Swift brings a new sound, a more mature voice and a lyrical balance targeted at the adult contemporary market.
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