Saturday, September 22, 2007

Video Scope: The Moffatts - I'll Be There For You

"I'll Be There For You" is a official music video by Canadian group band The Moffatts. It was popular on South Asia around 1998. Taken from their studio album "Chapter 1: A New Beginning".

Thursday, September 20, 2007

Digital Album: Kelly Clarkson - Breakaway

Breakaway is the second album by Kelly Clarkson, released on 30 November 2004.

It debuted at #3 on the Billboard 200 album chart with sales of 250,000 units. After spending 61 consecutive weeks in the top twenty of the Billboard 200, Breakaway descended to number twenty-four. It is only the fourth album in history to stay in the top twenty consecutively for a year. It remained in the top thirty for seventy-four consecutive weeks. It spent 103 weeks on the Billboard 200 (as of 23 November 2006), re-entering the chart (issue date: 3 February 2007) for its 104th week; this was its last eligible week on the chart. It was certified six times platinum (5.83 million sold) in the U.S., and it has sold over 11 million copies worldwide. According to Blender magazine, Breakaway generated more than $100 million in revenue for RCA. The first four singles from the album reached the top ten on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100, with the fifth single peaking at number twelve. Currently, the five singles released have sold over 4.75 million downloads combined in the U.S.

At the 2006 Grammy Awards, Breakaway won in the "Best Pop Vocal Album" category and the single "Since U Been Gone" received the "Best Female Pop Vocal Performance" award.

Breakaway was the second best-selling album of 2005 in Australia, with sales of over 450,000 copies in that year, and it was certified six times Platinum by the Australian Recording Industry Association. The album ended 2005 as the eighth best selling album in the United Kingdom, with sales of over 950,000 copies; a further 501,000 copies were sold in 2006.


01. Breakway
02. Since U Been Gone
03. Behind These Hazel Eyes
04. Because Of You
05. Gone
06. Addicted
07. Where Is Your Heart
08. Walk Away
09. You Found Me
10. I Hate Myself For Losing You
11. Hear Me
12. Beautiful Disaster

Monday, September 17, 2007

New Song: Hayden Panettiere - Your New Girlfriend

"Your New Girlfriend" is a new song from American recording artist Hayden Panettiere. It may be released as track for her upcoming debut album.

Hayden Panettiere - Your New Girlfriend

Sunday, September 16, 2007

Video Scope: Jennifer Love Hewitt - Can I Go Now

"Can I Go Now' is the last music video from Jennifer Love Hewitt until now. This song is mix between pop, rock and reggae. Taken from her studio album "BareNaked" on 2002. Enjoy the video!

Saturday, September 15, 2007

Friday, September 14, 2007

Video Scope: Steps - It's The Way You Make Me Feel

The music video for "It's The Way You Make Me Feel" featured the Steps members and supporting actors / dancers reenacting scenes from the movie Dangerous Liaisons. Band members H and Lee took turns playing Valmont, while Claire, Faye and Lisa took interchanging turns as the characters of Merteuil, Tourvel and C├ęcile.

It was released as official single on 1 January 2001 from the studio album "Buzz".

Digital Album: Blink 182 - Greatest Hits

"Greatest Hits" is a greatest hits compilation album by the American pop punk band Blink 182. The compilation was released on 31 October 2005 by Geffen Records.

The compilation was based on the breakup of the band earlier in the year. It is essentially a collection of the band's most successful singles, with two new songs.


01. Carousel
02. M+M's
03. Dammit
04. Josie
05. What's My Name Again
06. All The Small Things
07. Adam's Song
08. Man Overboard
09. The Rock Show
10. First Date
11. Stay Together For The Kids
12. Feeling This
13. I Miss You
14. Down
15. Always
16. Not Now
17. Another Girl Another Planet

Digital Song: Emma Bunton - (Hey You) Free Up Your Mind

"(Hey You) Free Up Your Mind" is a song by British recording artist Emma Bunton. It was available for the soundtrack "Pokemon The First Movie" and released on 27 March 2000.

Emma Bunton - (Hey You) Free Up Your Mind

Digital Song: Paul McCartney - Dance Tonight

"Dance Tonight" is a song by Paul McCartney and the opening track to his 2007 album "Memory Almost Full". The song was released as a digital download single from that album in the United Kingdom on 18 June 2007, Jesse McCartney's 65th birthday. A week later, the song debuted at number 34 in the UK Singles Chart. On 1 July 2007, the song rose to number 26 in the UK charts.

In the United States, it was released as the second single, and "Dance Tonight" reached number 33 on the iTunes Store charts, continuing to rise in popularity. The song also debuted in Billboard's Hot 100 at number 69.

Paul McCartney - Dance Tonight

Digital Song: Lil Mama - Lip Gloss

"Lip Gloss" is an urban song by American rapper Lil Mama and also released as her debut official single on March 2007.

Lil Mama - Lip Gloss

Digital Song: Madonna - Candy Shop

"Candy Shop" is a dance-pop song recorded by American singer Madonna for her forthcoming album. It was co-written and co-produced by Pharrell Williams, according to Timbaland who is another producer on the album, although some websites credited it erroneously to Timbaland and Justin Timberlake. A low-quality seventeen-second snippet of the track was leaked to the Internet on 26 July 2007. Madonna's representative said she had no comment on "Candy Shop", and that the track listing of the album wouldn't be finalized until the songs were recorded and mixed. The full, un-edited version of Candy Shop was leaked in mid-September on several file-sharing online networks. The song includes a short rap at the end, presumably sung by Pharrell.