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Best Music Albums 2007

It’s the end of the year, and it’s time to cast our beady eye upon what were, in our opinion, the best albums released during the last 12 months.

We argued, we discussed, at times various objects were thrown, but eventually we decided on a Top 20 of 2007.

As ever, there was an eclectic selection of albums nominated, from pop to dance, metal to electronica, shoegaze revivalists to nu-rave disco groovers.

1. LCD Soundsystem – Sound Of Silver
label: DFA/EMI

In which James Murphy’s collective came of age, masterfully mixing funk, disco, rock and those inevitable cowbells into one irresistible, edgy, exhilarating cocktail. From the stately grandeur of All My Friends to the resigned piano tones of New York I Love You, Sound of Silver was the sound of James Murphy at the top of his game.
What we said: “Sound Of Silver is a thrilling, exhilarating ride on a fast machine…You’d be mad to miss out on one of this year’s essential albums” 

2. M.I.A. – Kala
label: XL

The follow-up to the extraordinary Arular saw the Sri Lanka-born rapper burst back into our lives with tribal rhyhms, Clash samples, rapping aboriginal teenagers and the sound of gunshots. The year’s most eclectic album.
What we said: “this is a record as substantive as it is stylish…you can’t help but admire Kala” 

3. Arctic Monkeys – Favourite Worst Nightmare
label: Domino

Alex Turner turned his lyrical eye to the music business, and proved as devastatingly perceptive as he was when catching taxis and going clubbing as a teenager in Sheffield. An album which showed South Yorkshire’s finest maturing and evolving at a frightening pace.
What we said: “The more you listen to it, the more these glorious songs reveal their delights, and soon you won’t be able to live without it” 

4. Radiohead – In Rainbows
label: Radiohead.com

So how much did you pay? In all the talk about the revolutionary nature the way the album was released, what was nearly lost was the fact that this was Radiohead’s best album in a decade – lush ballads rubbed shoulders with industrial rockers, and Thom Yorke has never sounded more affecting.
What we said: “Packed but sparse, thrilling, complex, innovative, simple. Without even a dud bar never mind a filler track, In Rainbows is more than any fan could hope for” 

5. !!! – Myth Takes
label: Warp

Three years on from their debut album, the follow up to Louden Up Now saw the Californian band build on their trademark experimental sound and embellish it into a sound like nothing else quite on Earth.
What we said: “It’ll take a few listens to be pulled towards Myth Takes by the force that operates at its core… but step in any closer and you’ll be sucked in, for sure”

6. Arcade Fire – Neon Bible
label: Sonovox

How do you better Funeral? You can’t, but the Canadians come pretty damn close on their second album – uplifting, delicate, deranged and never anything less than utterly compelling.
What we said: “By any standards, excepting those which the band have, through deed, set, it’s a wondrous record”

7. Asobi Seksu – Citrus
label: One Little Indian

In a year where My Bloody Valentine reformed, it was perhaps fitting that the second album from Asobi Seksu took elements of the shoegazing scene and brought it right up to date for 2007.
What we said: “There’s plenty of pop tunes here, but there’s also enough self expression and leftfield rambling to make this an album of real interest”

8. The Good The Bad & The Queen – The Good The Bad & The Queen
label: Parlophone

In which Damon Albarn linked up with an African drumming legend, a former guitarist from The Verve and the bassist from The Clash to provide a record which held a mirror up to the country – battered, bruised, but with a glorious sense of majesty to it.
What we said: “A remarkable achievement and more proof – if any were needed – that Albarn is one of the most innovative and talented songwriters of his generation.”

9. Simian Mobile Disco – Attack Decay Sustain Release
label: Wichita

James Ford may be better known as producer of Klaxons and Arctic Monkeys, but he’s also half of arguably Britain’s most exciting new dance act – more old school house than nu-rave and all the better for it.
What we said: “It’s difficult to detect any flaws in Attack Decay Sustain Release. Simian Mobile Disco have created a seamless electronica album”

10. The White Stripes – Icky Thump
label: XL

Jack and Meg marked their return with a ‘back to basics’ blues-rock squeal of a record – featuring bagpipe samples, 70s country-rock, and an absolutely berserk marachi number, Icky Thump also contained some of Jack White’s best songs yet.
What we said: “Never less than absolutely compelling, which is what makes The White Stripes one of the greatest bands of modern times”

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January 12, 2008 Posted by | Best Music Albums | , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Okka Magadu Songs Download Mp3

Audio of Balakrishna, Anushka, Nisha Kotari, Simran starring Okka Magadu is released today at Cyber Gardens, Silparamam. The event is attended by Who is Who of the film industry. YVS Chowdary directed and produced this film on Bommarillu banner. Turn out was huge and it became an impossible task for the security. The venue could not accomodate the turn out and this disappointed some fans. An estimate of about 3000 fans came from around the state to see the event. Dasari Narayana Rao, Raghavendra Rao presided over the event as chief guests. SS Rajamouli, Boyapati Srinu, Srinu Vaitla, AS Ravikumar Chowdary, Nandamuri Ramakrishna, Krishna prasad, Ramyakrishna, Anushka, Charmi, Sanghavi, R Narayana Murthy, B Gopal, sagar, C Kalyan, Mani Sharma and others attended the event. Mani Sharma composed music for this film and Supreme Audio company is releasing the music into the market.

Talking during the event, SS Rajamouli said, ‘Even though there were hits and super hits in the film industry, there is no film that shook the box office. That is because the lion is resting now. The lion will roar again on 11th of January (release of Okka Magadu). That roar will prove what collections and shaking the box office means. I wanted to be part of the fans in this event but I was pulled on the stage’. Referring to YVS Chowdary, he said, ‘He is the Okka Magadu (only man) who can make such films. This film will surely be a festival for all the fans. It will surely break all the records’.

Boyapati Srinu added to the words of Rajamouli saying that it will be the songs of Okka Magadu through out Andhra from tomorrow and after 11th Jan, every one will talk about the film only. Srinu Vaitla said that YVS is a die hard fan of NTR. ‘His wish of making a film with NTR is fulfilled this way’.

R.Narayana Murthy is the speaker who created an ignition with the fans. He said the fans should mature from saying Jai Balayya Jai Balayya to “raa Balayya.. Rajakiyalloki raa” (come into Politics Balayya). ‘If the fans insist, he will surely come into politics. And he is the prospective Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh’, said Narayana Murthy.

Ramya Krishna said that she is waiting to watch the film.

Dasari Narayana Rao said, ‘Late NTR is one of the most respected artists of India. And coming from that is Balayya. He alone is capable of films like Okka Magadu. Before this event, Balayya told me a dialog from the film. I can tell you one thing. Fans will go crazy in the theaters for that dialog. All those who are looking to break the nation into pieces on basis of caste and those who are trying to enter politics in the name of caste will feel ashamed with this dialog. There are several dialogs in the film that run that way. As a producer, YVS considers every film to be a penance. As a director, he sculpts it. I am sure the box office records will be rewritten with this film coming in this combination’.

YVS Chowdary said, ‘I am a die hard fan of NTR. I came into movies with pure passion. But my desire to make a film with late NTR would have remained unfulfilled for ever. But with Okka Magadu, that desire is fulfuilled. Some scripts can be done by only particular heroes and this script of Okka Magadu is only tailored for Balayya. If he did not agree to do this project, I would never have attempted it with anyone else.’

Balakrishna remembered the words that late NTR said during a function in Vijayawada referring to the turn out; ‘Nela eeninda.. leka akasam bhoomi paiki valindha’. Balayya then thanked all his fans who came to the event from across the state. Talking about the film, Balayya said, ‘I am two different kind of roles in the film. YVS Chowdary moulded it in his own special way. I dont want to reveal anything more. And also the film has plenty of punch dialogs. Pranalatho chelagatamadevari pranalu theestha.. pranalu pose variki naa pranalaina ista is a dialog from the film. There are plenty of them. Mani Sharma gave excellent music for the film. All of them will be super hits. For all my fans this will turn out to be another festival. Wait is just until 11th January’.

Directed by Y.V.S. Chowdary
Produced by Y.V.S. Chowdary
Written by Y.V.S. Chowdary, Chintapally Ramana

Starring Balakrishna, Anushka Shetty, Nisha Kothari, Simran Bagga

Music by Mani Sharma
Cinematography Madhu A. Naidu
Editing by Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao

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December 22, 2007 Posted by | Okka Magadu | , , , , | Leave a comment

Grammy Awards Nominations

Grammy Nomination : Album of the Year
Foo Fighters, Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace
Vince Gill, These Days
Herbie Hancock, River: The Joni Letters
Kanye West, Graduation
Amy Winehouse, Back to Black

Grammy Nomination : Record of the Year
Beyoncé, “Irreplaceable”
Foo Fighters, “The Pretender”
Rihanna feat. Jay-Z, “Umbrella”
Justin Timberlake, “What Goes Around … Comes Around”
Amy Winehouse, “Rehab”
Grammy Nomination : Song of the Year
Carrie Underwood, “Before He Cheats”
Plain White T’s, “Hey There Delilah”
Corinne Bailey Rae, “Like a Star”
Amy Winehouse, “Rehab”
Rihanna feat. Jay-Z, “Umbrella”

Grammy Nomination : Best New Artist
Feist
Ledisi
Paramore
Taylor Swift
Amy Winehouse

Grammy Nomination : Best Solo Rock Vocal Performance
Beck, “Timebomb”
Paul McCartney, “Only Mama Knows”
John Mellencamp, “Our Country”
Bruce Springsteen, “Radio Nowhere”
Lucinda Williams, “Come On”

Grammy Nomination : Best Rock Album
Daughtry, Daughtry
John Fogerty, Revival
Foo Fighters, Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace
Bruce Springsteen, Magic
Wilco, Sky Blue Sky

Grammy Nomination : Best Rock Song
Lucinda Williams, “Come On”
The White Stripes, “Icky Thump”
Daughtry, “It’s Not Over”
Foo Fighters, “The Pretender”
Bruce Springsteen, “Radio Nowhere”

Grammy Nomination : Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group With Vocals
Daughtry, “It’s Not Over”
Green Day, “Working Class Hero”
Nickelback, “If Everyone Cared”
U2, “Instant Karma”
The White Stripes, “Icky Thump”

Grammy Nomination : Best Alternative Album
Lily Allen, Alright, Still …
Arcade Fire, Neon Bible
Björk, Volta
The Shins, Wincing the Night Away
The White Stripes, Icky Thump

Grammy Nomination : Best Hard Rock Performance
Evanesence, “Sweet Sacrifice”
Foo Fighters, “The Pretender”
Ozzy Osbourne, “I Won’t Wanna Stop
Queens of the Stone Age, “Sick, Sick, Sick”
Tool, “The Pot”

Grammy Nomination : Best Rap Album
Common, Finding Forever
Jay-Z, Kingdom Come
Nas, Hip Hop Is Dead
T.I., T.I. Vs. TIP
Kanye West, Graduation

Grammy Nomination : Best Rap Song
50 Cent feat. Justin Timberlake, “Ayo Technology”
T.I., “Big Things Poppin’”
Kanye West, “Can’t Tell Me Nothing”
Soulja Boy Tell’Em, “Crank That”
Kanye West feat. T-Pain, “Good Life”

Grammy Nomination : Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group
Common feat. Kanye West, “Southside”
Fat Joe feat. Lil Wayne, “Make It Rain”
Shop Boyz, “Party Like a Rockstar”
UGK feat. OutKast, “Int’l Players Anthem (I Choose You)”
Kanye West, Nas & KRS-One, “Better Than I’ve Ever Been”

Grammy Nomination : Best Rap/Sung Collaboration
Akon feat. Snoop, “I Want to Love You”
Chris Brown feat. T-Pain, “Kiss Kiss”
Keyshia Cole feat,. Lil’ Kim, Missy Elliott, “Let It Go”
Rihanna feat. Jay-Z, “Umbrella”
Kanye West feat. T-Pain, “Good Life”

Grammy Nomination : Best Pop Vocal Album
Bon Jovi, Lost Highway
Feist, The Reminder
Maroon 5, It Won’t Be Soon Before Long
Paul McCartney, Memory Almost Full
Amy Winehouse, Back to Black

Grammy Nomination : Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group With Vocals
Bon Jovi, “(You Want To) Make a Memory”
Daughtry, “Home”
Maroon 5, “Makes Me Wonder”
Plain White T’s, “Hey There Delilah”
U2, “Window in the Skies”

Grammy Nomination : Best Female Pop Vocal Performance
Christina Aguilera, “Candyman”
Feist, “1234″
Fergie, “Big Girls Don’t Cry”
Nelly Furtado, “Say it Right”
Amy Winehouse, “Rehab”

Grammy Nomination : Best Male Pop Vocal Performance
Michael Bublé, “Everything”
John Mayer, “Belief”
Paul McCartney, “Dance Tonight”
Seal, “Amazing”
Justin Timberlake, “What Goes Around … / … Comes Around”

Grammy Nomination : Best Pop Collaboration With Vocals
Tony Bennett & Christina Aguilera, “Steppin’ Out”
Beyoncé & Shakira, “Beautiful Liar”
Robert Plant & Alison Kraus, “Gone Gone Gone (Done Moved On)”
Gwen Stefani & Akon, “The Sweet Escape”
Timbland feat. Nelly Furtado and Justin Timberlake, “Give it To Me”

Best Pop Instrumental Performance
Beastie Boys, “Off the Grid”
Ben Harper and Innocent Criminals, “Paris Sunrise Number Seven#7″
Dave Koz, “Over the Rainbow”
Joni Mitchell, “One Week Last Summer”
Spyro Gyra, “Simple Pleasures”

Grammy Nomination : Best Dance Recording
The Chemical Brothers, “Do It Again”
Justice, “D.A.N.C.E.”
Mika, “Love Today”
Rihanna, “Don’t Stop The Music”
Justin Timberlake, “Love Stoned/I Think She Knows”

Grammy Nomination : Best Electronic/Dance Album
The Chemical Brothers, We Are the Night
Justice, †
LCD Soundsystem, Sound of Silver
Shiny Toy Guns, We Are Pilots
Tiesto, Elements of Life

Grammy Nomination : Best R&B Album
Chaka Khan, Funk This
Ledisi, Lost & Found
Musiq Soulchild, Luvanmusiq
Jill Scott, The Real Thing
Tank, Sex Love & Pain

Grammy Nomination : Best R&B Song
India.Arie, “Beautiful Flower”
Rihanna feat. Ne-Yo, “Hate That I Love You”
Alicia Keys, “No One”
Musiq Soulchild, “Teachme”
Fantasia, “When I See You”

Grammy Nomination : Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group
R. Kelly feat. Usher, “Same Girl”
Chaka Khan feat. Mary J. Blige, “Disrepectful”
Rihanna feat. Ne-Yo, “Hate That I Love You”
Angie Stone feat. Betty Wright, “Baby”
T-Pain feat. Akon, “Bartender”

Grammy Nomination : Best Contemporary R&B Album
Akon, Konvicted
Keyshia Cole, Just Like You
Fantasia, Fantasia
Emily King, East Side Story
Ne-Yo, Becasue of You

Grammy Nomination : Best Female R&B Vocal Performance
Mary J. Blige, “Just Fine”
Fantasia, “When I See You”
Alicia Keys, “No One”
Jill Scott, “Hate on Me”
Chrisette Michele, “If I Have My Way”

Grammy Nomination : Best Male R&B Vocal Performance
Raheem DeVaughn, “Woman”
Musiq Soulchild, “B.U.D.D.Y.”
Ne-Yo, “Because of You”
Prince, “Future Baby Mama”
Tank, “Please Don’t Go”

Grammy Nomination : Best Urban/Alternative Performance
Vikter Duplaix, “Make a Baby”
Dwele, “That’s the Way of the World”
Lupe Fiasco feat. Jill Scott, “Daydreamin”
Meshell Ndegeocello, “Fantasy”
Alice Smith, “Dream”

Grammy Nomination : Producer of the Year, Non-Classical
Howard Benson
Joe Chiccarelli
Mike Elizondo
Mark Ronson
Timbaland

Grammy Nomination : Best Rock Instrumental Performance
Metallica, “The Ecstasy of Gold”
Rush, “Malignant Narcissism”
Joe Satriani, “Always With Me, Always With You”
Bruce Springsteen, “Once Upon a Time in the West”
Steve Vai, “The Attitude Song”

Grammy Nomination : Best Country Album
Dierks Bently, Long Trip Alone
Vince Gill, These Days
Tim McGraw, Let It Go
Brad Paisley, 5th Gear
George Strait, It Just Comes Natural

Grammy Nomination :Best Country Song
Carrie Underwood, “Before He Cheats”
George Strait, “Give It Away”
Tim McGraw & Faith Hill, “I Need You”
Tim McGraw, “If You’re Reading This”
Dierks Bentley, “Long Trip Alone”

Grammy Nomination : Best Country Collaboration With Vocals
Steve Earle & Allison Moorer, “Days Aren’t Long Enough”
Reba McEntire & Kelly Clarkson, “Because of You”
Tim McGraw & Faith Hill, “I Need You”
Willie Nelson & Ray Price, “Lost Highway”
Brad Paisley & Carrie Underwood, “Oh Love”

December 7, 2007 Posted by | Grammy Awards | , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Top Billboard-2005

The Billboard TOP  is a ranking of the highest-selling music albums, published weekly by magazine. It is frequently used to convey the popularity of an artist or groups of artists. Often, a recording act will be remembered by its “number ones”, those of their albums that outsold all others during at least one week.

The chart is based solely on sales (both at retail and digitally) . The sales tracking week begins on Monday and ends on Sunday. A new chart is published the following Thursday with an issue date of the following Saturday.

Top Billboard-2005

01 Webbie (Featuring Bun B) – Give Me That (Amended Version)
 02 Mariah Carey – We Belong Together
 03 Gwen Stefani – Hollaback Girl
 04 Mario – Let Me Love You [Radio Edit]
 05 Kelly Clarkson – Since U Been Gone
 06 Ciara – One, Two Step
 07 Kanye West – Gold Digger [Album Version (Edited)]
 08 Green Day – Boulevard Of Broken Dreams (SingleAlbum Version)
 09 50 Cent – Candy Shop [Album Version (Edited)]
 10 The Pussycat Dolls, Busta Rhymes – Dont Cha [Radio Edit feat. Busta Rhymes]  
 11 Kelly Clarkson – Behind These Hazel Eyes
 12 50 Cent – Disco Inferno [Album Version (Edited)]
 13 Lifehouse – You And Me
 14 Black Eyed Peas – Dont Phunk With My Heart
 15 Missy Elliott – Lose Control (Featuring Ciara Fat Man Scoop)
 16 Mariah Carey – Shake It Off
 17 The Killers – Mr. Brightside
 18 50 Cent – Just A Lil Bit [Album Version (Edited)]
 19 Rihanna – Pon de Replay [Radio Edit]  37 31
 20 The Game – How We Do [Album Version (Edited)]
 21 Weezer – Beverly Hills  18 02
 22 Ciara – Oh  4:16 91
 23 Rob Thomas – Lonely No More (Album Version) 
 24 Snoop Dogg – Drop It Like Its Hot [Album Version (Edited)]
 25 2The Game – Hate It Or Love It [Album Version (Edited)]  26 1
 26 Lil Jon the East Side Boyz – Lovers and Friends feat. Usher Ludacris  
 27 Destinys Child featuring T.I. and Lil Wayne,T.I., – Soldier [Radio Edit]
 28 Kelly Clarkson – Breakaway
 29 Will Smith – Switch [Main Version]
 30 Bow Wow feat. Omarion – Let Me Hold You
 31 Bow Wow feat. Ciara – Like You
 32 Gwen Stefani – Rich Girl
 33 Black Eyed Peas – My Humps
 34 Frankie J. – Obsession (No Es Amor) [Featuring Baby Bash] 
 35 Usher – Caught Up 
 36 D.H.T. – Listen To Your Heart (Furious F. EZ Radio Edit)
 37 Papa Roach – Scars
 38 Gorillaz – Feel Good Inc (Single Edit)
 39 3 Doors Down – Let Me Go [Rock Version]
 40 Green Day – Holiday (Album Version) (Faded Ending)
 41 Fall Out Boy – Sugar, Were Goin Down  49 50
 42 Pretty Ricky – Grind With Me (Radio Version)
 43 Chris Brown – Run It! [Remix featuring Juelz Santana]
 44 Nickelback – Photograph
 45 Akon – Lonely [Old Version (Clean)]
 46 Howie Day – Collide [Original Album Version]
 47 Green Day – Wake Me Up When September Ends (Album Version)  
 48 Bobby Valentino – Slow Down [Radio]
 49 Nelly – Over and Over [Album Version (Explicit)]
 50 Trillville – Some Cut (Explicit Version) [Feat. Cutty]
 51 David Banner – Play [Album Version (Explicit)]
 52 Fat Joe – Get It Poppin (Featuring Nelly) (Album Version
 53 Young Jeezy – Soul Survivor [Album Version (Edited)]
 54 Ludacris – Pimpin All Over The World [Album Version (Explici
 55 Usher – My Boo [Feat. Alicia Keys]
 56 Trick Daddy – Sugar (Gimme Some) (featuring Ludacris, Lil Kim, a
 57 Alicia Keys – Karma
 58 Coldplay – Speed Of Sound
 59 Gavin DeGraw – I Dont Want To Be
 60 Eminem – Mockingbird [Album Version (Edited)]
 61 Shakira – La Tortura (Artista Invitado Alejandro Sanz)
 62 Maroon – She Will Be Loved
 63 Baby Bash – Baby, Im Back [Album Version (Edited)]
 64 Ying Yang Twins – Wait (The Whisper Song)
 65 Backstreet Boys – Incomplete [Album Version]
 66 T.I. – Bring Em Out (Explicit Screwed Version) 
 67 Destinys Child – Cater 2 U
 68 Amerie – 1 Thing
 69 Foo Fighters – Best Of You
 70 Mariah Carey – Its Like That [Main Version]
 71 Natalie – Goin Crazy
 72 Carrie Underwood – Inside Your Heaven
 73 Kelly Clarkson – Because Of You
 74 Fantasia – Truth Is
 75 Pretty Ricky – Your Body (Explicit Version)
 76 Jesse McCartney – Beautiful Soul [Radio Edit]  
 77 Gwen Stefani – Cool
 78 Ludacris – Get Back [Radio]  
 79 50 Cent – Outta Control [Remix- Album Version (Explicit)]
 80 T.I. – U Dont Know Me (Explicit Screwed Version)
 81 Natasha Bedingfield – These Words [Manny Marroquin Mix aka U.S. Album Ve
 82 Black Eyed Peas – Dont Lie 
 83 Jennifer Lopez – Get Right 
 84 John Mayer – Daughters 
 85 Toby Keith – As Good As I Once Was 
 86 Brooke Valentine – Girlfight (Clean Radio Edit)
 87 Destinys Child – Lose My Breath
 88 John Legend – Ordinary People  
 89 Sean Paul – We Be Burnin (Recognize It – Amended Album Versio 
 90 The Click Five – Just The Girl (Album Version)
 91 Ryan Cabrera – True
 92 Omarion – O [Clean Album Version]
 93 Mike Jones – Back Then (Album Version)
 94 Jay-Z – NumbEncore (Explicit Version) [Feat. Linkin Park]
 95 Ja Rule – Wonderful [Album Version (Explicit)]
 96 T-Pain – Im Sprung [Original]
 97 Gavin DeGraw – Chariot
 98 112 – U Already Know [Album Version (Edited)]
 99 Faith Hill – Mississippi Girl (Album Version)
 100 Ludacris – Number One Spot [Album Version (Edited)]

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