Sunday, April 23, 2006

THIS WEEK JUST GONE

The ten posts which generated the most views on their own this week have been:

1. "I am not a lesbian" wails KT Tunstall
2. Whitney Houston gets an offer of redemption from Bollywood
3. Martin Gilks of the Wonderstuff, RIP
4. Nick Carter denies sexual assault claims
5. Charlotte Church might have a stalker
6. Pete Doherty swerves prison... for now
7. Robbie Williams is replaced with a giant hologram
8. James Brown forced to dance with Robbie
9. Memphis Industries release a free download album
10. Pete Doherty arrested all over again

Try the whole week on one page
or revisit the week before in one post

Hints were dropped as to the suitability of these items for a quick purchase:


Charlatans back to form for album nine



Who cares about the provenance, it's a great girl group album



"I made a promise to a lady..." - The Gift DVD extras reworked as a photostory



Lucksmiths: wit, warmth and wordplay




Dick Gaughan tries for an online poker tie-in artwork effect



The Church's first studio outing since 2004



Catlow's debut is "highly acclaimed by tastemakers across North America" says her label, but don't let that put you off



Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh's solo debut mixing Irish, American folk and a guest spot from Shane McGowan



25 tracks - whatever you think about the punk ethic, it's VFM



No, it's Bill Hicks, not Yoko Ono


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