Sunday, 14 October 2007

If you could choose the price that you paid for music... how much would you offer to pay for an downloadable album? What if it was FBi's album of the week - Radiohead's "In Rainbows"

Well, about a third of Radiohead's fans decided to pay nothing, taking full advantage of Radiohead's "pay what you feel" offer; with the average price paid being just $9.10.




Thirty years ago, in 1977, the Queen of England celebrated her Silver Jubilee. At around the same time, the Sex Pistols released their punk anthem "God Save The Queen" - which was denied its rightful place at Number One in the UK charts because authorities feared that it would spoil the Queen's celebrations.

Fans of the Sex Pistols are now uniting to back a campaign to get the album as close to the #1 position as possible, on the track's 30th anniversary, as it has been reissued on vinyl. Get to it!




Guess who...?


Image: TMZ

It's Salt-N-Pepa!
The two divas have gotten back together for a new reality show - "The Salt-N-Pepa Show" which will air later this year in the US. The ladies will attempt to reunite in the series. Push It!



Fashion Rocks is taking place in London later this week. The event teams fashion shows by international designers, with performances from musicians.
Some of the pairings include The Gossip for Christopher Kane, Lily Allen for Chanel, Timbaland for Dolce & Gabbana, as well as Iggy Pop & The Stooges for Versace.
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