All change on Upfront peak

June 2004
Music Week;6/5/2004, Issue 22, p40
Trade Publication
Reports developments related to music industry in Great Britain as of June 5, 2004. Sales performance of album "Take My Hand," performed by Jurgen Vries; Reinvention of the album "Genie in a Bottle," performed by Christina Aguilera; Ranking of mthe "I Don't Wanna," performed by Mario Williams.


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