November 2005
Music Week;11/26/2005, Issue 49, p19
Trade Publication
The article features several music in-store. Albums of the month includes the albums of Blockhead, Arab Strap and Gravenhurst. Albums of the week includes the albums of Bee Gees Slade and Choirboys. Single of the week includes Best Air Guitar, The Darkness, Hello Children Everywhere, Elvis Presley and Sean Paul.


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