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    UK singles charts for week ending 12th May:



    Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee secure their first UK Number 1 single today with a little help from Justin Bieber.Despacito, boosted by a remix featuring the superstar Canadian, notched up 31,000 downloads and 6.2 million streams to clinch the Official Singles Chart top spot this week, becoming Luis and Daddy’s first UK chart toppers, while giving Justin the sixth of his career.
    Primarily sung in Spanish, Despacito is the first foreign language UK Number 1 single since Gangnam Style by South Korea’s Psy roared to the top back in September 2012. The last time a Spanish language song topped the chart was October 2011 when Sak Noel partied his way there with holiday anthem Loca People.

    Additionally, Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee are the first Puerto Rican artists to score a UK Number 1 single since Ricky Martin’s Livin’ La Vida Loca spent three weeks at the summit in August 1999.
    Luis Fonsi told OfficialCharts.com: “It’s amazing, I’m honoured. It’s my first Number 1 in the UK so it’s definitely a special one. I released the original song earlier this year and it’s slowly found its way to the top of the charts around the world. I’m so happy this song has connected with people even if they don’t necessarily understand the lyrics - it’s great to see people enjoying the vibe and feel of it.
    "Thank you to Daddy Yankee who is a great artist and a good friend, and now Justin Bieber for jumping on the song simply because he loved the record. Let me tell you, Latino girls are loving Bieber’s Spanish right now!”

    Justin also features on I’m The One, last week’s Number 1 single which drops one place to the runner-up slot (2). The DJ Khaled track also includes Quavo, Chance The Rapper and Lil Wayne. This marks the second time that Justin has knocked himself from Number 1. In November 2015, Love Yourself toppled Sorry from the helm of the Official Singles Chart.
    MORE: View this week's complete Official Singles Chart Top 100
    New entries and high climbers

    Shawn Mendes rises two spots with There’s Nothing Holdin’ Me Back to Number 5 this week, which becomes his second UK Top 5 hit in the process. French Montana and Swae Lee’s Unforgettable also makes strides, hopping four rungs to Number 8.
    There are more climbs for J Hus’ Did You See which catapults five to Number 12, and Charlie Puth’s Attention, the highest climber within the Top 40 that has risen 15 positions to Number 16.

    Finally, there are three new entries that impact the Top 40: Niall Horan’s Slow Hands massages the Number 25 position, Jonas Blue’s collab with William Singe named Mama debuts at Number 29, and Kyle & Lil Yachty's iSpy bounces one place to Number 40.
    Check out this week's Top 100 Official Singles Chart in full


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    UK albums chart for week ending 12th May:



    Ed Sheeran’s mammoth reign at the top of the Official Albums Chart is over, and it’s Kasabian who have put an end to his nine-week stint.The Leicestershire band’s sixth studio album For Crying Out Loud rounded out the week on 52,000 combined chart sales, some 5,000 ahead of Ed. For Crying Out Loud is Kasabian’s fifth Number 1 album in a row and is their first new collection of material since 2014’s 48:13.
    The band’s guitarist Serge Pizzorno thanked the fans in a message to OfficialCharts.com: "
    It’s absolutely incredible to have 5 Number 1 albums in a row. Thanks to everyone who has supported us. We can’t wait to play the new tracks on the road this summer."

    Blondie also impact the Official Albums Chart this week with their 11th studio record Pollinator at Number 4, the group’s first Top 5 entry in over 18 years. Their last spell happened in February 1999 when No Exit went in at Number 3.
    MORE: Check out this week's Official Albums Chart Top 100
    New entries and high climbers

    Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds sow a 5th UK Top 10 album with their greatest hits Lovely Creatures at 8, while Slowdive score their first Top 20 entry in 22 years with their new self-titled album (16), their first release since they disbanded in 1995.
    American singer LP makes her UK Top 40 debut with Lost On You at Number 17, just ahead of four other new entries: Leftfield’s Leftism at 18, Logic’s Everybody at Number 20, This Old Dog from Mac DeMarco (21), and From A Room – Vol. 1 by Chris Stapleton (22).
    At The Drive-In’s first offering in 17 years in.ter a.li.a debuts at Number 30, and Diana Krall scores her 9th Top 40 album with Turn Up The Quiet at 32. Finally, Hawkwind sit comfortably in the Official Albums Chart Top 40 with Into The Woods occupying the Number 34 position.
    Check out this week's Top 100 Official Albums Chart in full


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    Australian singles charts for week ending 13th May: top50 link: http://www.ariacharts.com.au/charts/singles-chart

    It’s week two at #1 on the ARIA Singles Chart for DJ Khaled’s ‘I’m The One’. Since hitting the top spot last week, the single has also gone to #1 in the US, UK, Canada and New Zealand, among other territories.
    In its third week in the top 50, Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee’s ‘Despacito’ has jumped eight spots to sit at #2. It means that both the #1 and #2 songs on this week’s chart include Justin Bieber as a featured artist.
    A jump of nine spots to #17 for ‘Swalla’ gives Jason Derulo his first appearance inside the top 20 since ‘Want To Want Me’ (#4 Apr. ’15).
    This week’s chart also includes new peaks for Cheat Codes’ ‘No Promises’ (up six to #30), Charlie Puth’s ‘Attention’ (up nine to #32) and Martin Jensen’s ‘Slow Dance’ (up two to #40).
    Debuts:
    #11: Niall Horan ‘Slow Hands’ – Former One Direction member Niall Horan hits that chart again with ‘Slow Hands’. The single comes six months on from his debut solo release ‘This Town’ (#5 Oct. ’16). Both are expected to be on Horan’s debut solo album.
    #37: Jonas Blue Feat. William Singe ‘Mama’ – The fourth single to chart in the ARIA top 50 for British tropical house producer Jonas Blue and his first new entry for 2017. ‘Mama’ features vocals by Australian William Singe, who was formerly a member of boyband The Collective (‘Surrender’ (#6 Dec. ’12)). Jonas Blue last charted with ‘By Your Side’ (#33 Dec. ’16).
    #45: Post Malone ‘Congratulations’ – American rapper Post Malone scores his debut ARIA top 50 appearance with ‘Congratulations’. The track, which features a guest spot by Migos member Quavo, comes from Post Malone’s debut album, Stoney.


    Australian albums chart: top 50 link: http://www.ariacharts.com.au/charts/albums-chart


    After a week in the #2 position, Ed Sheeran’s ÷ returns to the top of the ARIA Albums Chart for a ninth week.
    Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2: Awesome Mix Vol. 2 has scored a new peak in its third week in the top 50, moving up one spot to #2.
    In the week that streaming data makes its first contribution to the calculation of the Albums Chart and of Mother’s Day purchases, there are also moves back up the top ten for Kendrick Lamar’s Damn. (up two to #3), Mark Vincent’s A Tribute To Mario Lanza (up two to #5), Bruno Mars’ 24k Magic (up four to #6), Adele’s 25 (up two to #7), Tina Arena’s Tina Arena (Greatest Hits / Interpretations) (up two to #9) and Ed Sheeran’s X (up two to #10).
    Debuts:
    #8: Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds ‘Lovely Creatures - The Best Of Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds (1984 - 2014)’ – This new compilation brings together work from the first 30 years of Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds’ catalogue. It includes tracks from the 15 albums released in that period, beginning with 1984’s From Her To Eternity, through to Push The Sky Away (#1 Feb. ’13). The band topped the Albums Chart last year with Skeleton Tree (#1 Sept. ’16).
    #15: At The Drive-In ‘in•ter a•li•a’ – Five years on from reuniting, American post-hardcore band At The Drive-In release their fourth album, in•ter a•li•a. It’s their first album of new material since Relationship Of Command (#24 Feb. ’01). Following their initial split, the band also charted with compilation This Station Is Non-Operational (#34 May ’05).
    #17: San Cisco ‘The Water’ – Fremantle quartet San Cisco returns with The Water. The band’s third album comes two years on from Gracetown (#2 Mar. ’15). San Cisco will be touring nationally through May and June in support of the album.
    #20: Chris Stapleton ‘From A Room: Volume 1’ – American country singer-songwriter Chris Stapleton releases his second studio album From A Room: Volume 1. It comes as the follow-up to Traveller (#47 Nov. ’15) and gives Stapleton a new Albums Chart peak.
    #21: Kasabian ‘For Crying Out Loud’ – Album sixth from Kasabian gives the Brit rockers their fourth top 50 appearance. For Crying Out Loud comes three years on from 48:13 (#11 Jun. ’14). Their highest peak to date was with Velociraptor! (#8 Oct. ’11).
    #22: Asgeir ‘Afterglow’ – Icelandic singer-songwriter Asgeir releases his second studio album, Afterglow. It comes three years on from In The Silence (#8 Mar. ’14). Asgeir will be in Australia in August for Splendour In The Grass and a national tour.
    #23: Mac DeMarco ‘This Old Dog’ – The third album from Mac Demarco gives the Canadian singer-songwriter a second ARIA Albums Chart top 50 appearance. This Old Dog comes three years on from 2014’s Salad Days. In between, Demarco released the mini album Another One (#24 Aug. ’14).
    #25: Logic ‘Everybody’ – With his third album, American rapper Logic scores a new peak on the ARIA Albums Chart. The follow-up to The Incredible True Story (#43 Nov. ’15), Everybody is Logic’s second album to chart in the top 50 and includes guest appearances by Public Enemy’s Chuck D, Black Thought of The Roots, Killer Mike, Alessia Cara and more.
    #29: Blondie ‘Pollinator’ – New wave legends Blondie return with their eleventh studio album. The follow-up to 2014’s The Ghosts Of Download, Pollinator features tracks written for the band by the likes of Sia, Nick Valensi from The Strokes, TV On The Radio's David Sitek, Johnny Marr, Charli XCX and Blood Orange’s Dev Hynes. It’s the first Blondie studio release to chart in the top 50 on the ARIA Albums Chart. The band’s only appearances on the chart have been with the remix album Once More Into The Bleach (#47 Feb. ’89) and compilation The Complete Picture (#6 Jun. ’91); both featured Blondie tracks and solo numbers by front woman Debbie Harry.
    #33: Pond ‘The Weather’ – Perth’s Pond releases their seventh album in eight years, The Weather. The follow-up to Man It Feels Like Space Again (#15 Feb. ’15) was produced by former Pond drummer and Tame Impala leader Kevin Parker. It’s their third album to chart in the top 50.
    #35: Motionless In White ‘Graveyard Shift’ – American metalcore band Motionless In White picks up their second top 50 appearance with Graveyard Shift. The band’s fourth studio album comes three years on from Reincarnate (#19 Sept. ’14).
    #37: Diana Krall ‘Turn Up The Quiet’ – With her thirteenth studio album, Canadian singer-songwriter Diana Krall picks up her ninth appearance in the ARIA top 50. Turn Up The Quiet comes two years on from Wildflower (#7 Feb. ’15).

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    Billboard positions for new releases on the Top 100 Songs chart for this week

    64. Miley Cyrus - Malibu
    79. Blake Shelton - Every Time I Hear That Song
    89. Chris Stapleton - Either Way
    97. Midland - Drinkin' Problem


    Billboard positions for new releases and re-entries on the Top 200 Albums chart for this week

    new

    1. Logic - Everybody
    2. Chris Stapleton - From A Room: Volume 1
    7. Russ - There's Really A Wolf
    11. Various Artists - NOW 62
    18. Diana Krall - Turn Up The Quiet
    25. Grateful Dead - Barton Hall, Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY, May 8, 1977
    27. Motionless in White - Graveyard Shift
    29. Mac DeMarco - This Old Dog
    30. Various Artists - Cover Stories: Brandi Carlile Celebrates 10 Years Of The Story
    33. Grateful Dead - May 1977: Get Shown The Light
    39. At The Drive-In - In-Ter A-Li-A
    50. Slowdive - Slowdive
    63. Blondie - Pollinator
    64. Colt Ford - Love Hope Faith
    80. Taj Mahal & Keb' Mo - TajMo
    108. Afghan Whigs - In Spades
    116. Soundtrack - Once Upon A Time: The Musical Episode
    125. Brother Ali - All The Beauty In This Whole Life
    182. Upchurch - Son Of The South
    185. Perfume Genius - No Shape

    re-entry

    104. Barry Manilow - This Is My Town: Songs Of New York
    115. Electric Light Orchestra - All Over The World: Very Best Of
    140. State Champs - Around The World And Back
    175. Logic - Bobby Tarantino
    191. Meghan Trainor - Thank You
    193. Brothers Osborne - Pawn Shop
    195. Nicki Minaj - The Pinkprint
    199. Fleetwood Mac - Very Best Of
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    UK singles chart for week ending 19th May: http://www.officialcharts.com/charts/singles-chart/



    Luis Fonsi, Daddy Yankee and Justin Bieber will be celebrating again tonight as Despacito logs a second week as the UK's Number 1 on the Official Singles Chart.Despacito, which translates to ‘Slowly’, won't be budged from Number 1 quickly, and is the first Number 1 of the last five to hold onto the top spot for more than one week. The Spanglish track enjoyed its strongest week yet to hold the top spot, downloaded 42,000 times while accumulating 7.9 million streams.
    Justin Bieber also holds firms at Number 2 with I'm The One, his collaboration with DJ Khaled, Quavo, Chance The Rapper and Lil Wayne, meaning it’ll be the 11th time in Bieber’s career that he’s held both the Number 1 and 2 position at the same time, tying with Ed Sheeran.

    The Top 5 is completed by Clean Bandit & Zara Larsson's Symphony at 3, Shawn Mendes' There's Nothing Holdin' Me Back at 4 (a new peak for the song), and Ed Sheeran's Shape of You at Number 5.

    New entries and high climbers
    J Hus enters the Official Singles Chart Top 10 for the first time; Did You See has climbed the chart for an eighth straight week and hits a new peak of Number 9. Miley Cyrus' comeback track Malibu debuts at 11, ahead of Charlie Puth's Attention, up four to Number 12.
    Disciples' On My Mind rises eight spots to make its first appearance in the Top 20 at Number 15, while up and coming US star Maggie Lindemann jumps a huge 37 ranks to 21 with her breakthrough hit Pretty Girl.
    Jonas Blue's latest single Mama ft. William Singe is also on the rise, lifting seven placings to Number 22. There are also leaps for Kyle and Lil Yachty's iSpy, which propels seven to Number 33, and Paramore's Hard Times, a re-entry into the Top 40 that matches its previous peak position of Number 34.

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    UK albums chart for week ending 19th May: http://www.officialcharts.com/charts/albums-chart/



    Congratulations to Harry Styles, whose debut album lands straight in at Number 1 on this week’s Official Albums Chart.The self-titled collection shifted just shy of 57,000 across physical, download and streaming equivalent sales to claim the top spot.
    The record also tops this week’s Official Vinyl Albums Chart, with just over 3,000 copies on the format sold.
    Harry becomes the second One Direction member to land at Number 1 solo album, following Zayn’s Mind Of Mine in April 2016.
    Harry Styles’ album includes lead single Sign Of The Times, which debuted at Number 1 on the Official Singles Chart last month. The song rebounds to 6 this week, while another eight of the record’s ten songs land inside the Top 100.

    Finishing behind Harry this week is Ed Sheeran’s ÷, which holds at 2, and Rag’n’Bone Man’s Human is at 3.
    New entries and high climbers
    Three more new albums debut inside this week’s Top 10: Paramore’s fifth collection After Laughter is at 4, Paul Weller’s 13th solo album A Kind Revolution at 5, and British rapper J Hus lands at 6 with his debut record Common Sense.
    Irish singer-songwriter Imelda May re-enters the Top 10 following her appearance on The Graham Norton Show, up five spots to 10, while a 10th anniversary reissue of Manic Street Preachers’ Send Away The Tigers enters at 21.
    British rockers Inglorious claim their first UK Top 40 album with II (22), US country music group Zac Brown Band are bag their highest charting album in the UK with Welcome Home (25), and the London cast recording of Dreamgirls bows at 40.

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    Australian charts for week ending 20th May:

    SINGLES:
    http://www.ariacharts.com.au/charts/singles-chart

    Climbing one spot from last week, Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee’s ‘Despacito’ has hit #1 on the ARIA Singles Chart. It achieves the feat in its fourth week in the top 50 and becomes the first #1 performed predominantly in a language other than English since Psy’s ‘Gangnam Style’ (#1 Oct. ’12), plus the first #1 performed predominately in Spanish since Las Ketchup’s ‘The Ketchup Song (Asereje)’ (#1 Oct. ’02).
    In the week that Harry Styles’ self-titled album debuts at #1 on the ARIA Albums Chart, his debut single moves back up five spots on the chart to #4. Another track from Harry Styles, ‘Sweet Creature’, debuts this week at #42 (see below).
    ‘Waves’, the debut single from Sydney singer-songwriter Dean Lewis picks up a new peak at #12 in its seventh week in the top 50. The move up three spots for ‘Waves’ comes on the back of the release of Lewis’ debut EP, Same Kind Of Different, which has debuted on this week’s Albums Chart at #27.
    Also on this week’s chart, there are new peaks for Future’s ‘Mask Off’ (#19), Cheat Codes’ ‘No Promises’ (#27), Charlie Puth’s ‘Attention’ (#30) and Post Malone’s ‘Congratulations’ (#37).
    Debuts:
    #3: Miley Cyrus ‘Malibu’ – More than three years after her last single, Miley Cyrus returns to the ARIA Charts with ‘Malibu’. The single comes from Cyrus’ forthcoming sixth studio album and is her fifth top ten in Australia. Cyrus last charted with ‘Adore You’ (#25 Feb. ’14).
    #40: Calvin Harris Feat. Future & Khalid ‘Rollin’ – Calvin Harris claims his third Singles Chart entry for 2017 with ‘Rollin’. Like ‘Slide’ (#11 Apr. ’17) and ‘Heatstroke’ (#23 Apr. ’17), the new track comes from Harris’ forthcoming fifth album, Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 1. It features appearances by rapper Future and R&B singer-songwriter Khalid.
    #42: Harry Styles ‘Sweet Creature’ – The second solo track to chart in the top 50 for former One Direction member Harry Style. Like ‘Sign Of The Times’ (#1 Apr. ’17), ‘Sweet Creature’ comes from Styles’ self-titled debut album, which has debuted at #1 this week.


    ALBUMS: http://www.ariacharts.com.au/charts/albums-chart


    There’s a new #1 on the ARIA Albums Chart this week with former One Direction member Harry Styles debuting in the top spot with his self-titled debut album (see below).
    Further down the chart, Ed Sheeran’s X has moved up from #10 to #6 and + has moved up from #19 to #14 as his national tour goes on sale.
    Eurovision Song Contest 2017 Kyiv returns to the top 50 for a second week and hits a new peak at #15, following the competition last weekend. The album includes the winning song, ‘Amar Pelos Dois’ by Portugese artist Salvador Sobral, as well as ‘Don’t Come Easy’ by Australian entrant Isaiah.
    Other moves up the chart come this week from The Ten Tenors’ Wish You Were Here (up eight to #16), the Sing soundtrack (up 14 to #22) and James Blunt’s The Afterlove (up eight to #26).
    Debuts:
    #1: Harry Styles ‘Harry Styles’ – After topping the ARIA Singles Chart last month with ‘Sign Of The Times’ (#1 Apr. ’17), Harry Styles scores his first #1 on the ARIA Albums Chart with his self-titled debut album. Harry Styles becomes the second album by a former One Direction member to top the Albums Chart, following on from Zayn Malik’s Mind Of Mine (#1 Apr. ’16).
    #3: Paramore ‘After Laughter’ – American band Paramore return with their fifth studio album, After Laughter. It’s the Tennessee band’s first album since their self-titled fourth album (#1 Apr. ’13) four years ago. They also previously hit #1 with Brand New Eyes (#1 Oct. ’09).
    #8: Zac Brown Band ‘Welcome Home’ – With their fifth album, American country group the Zac Brown Band score a second top ten entry on the ARIA Albums Chart. Welcome Home is the follow-up to Jekyll + Hyde (#6 May ’15). The track ‘Start Over’ features a co-write by Pharrell Williams.
    #17: Dead Letter Circus ‘The Endless Mile’ – To celebrate the tenth anniversary of their debut self-titled EP, Brisbane band Dead Letter Circus release The Endless Mile. The album features re-workings of all of the EP’s six tracks, as well as re-interpretations of five tracks from the group’s three #2 albums: This Is The Warning (#2 May ’10), The Catalyst Fire (#2 Aug. ’13) and Aesthesis (#2 Aug. ’15).
    #27: Dean Lewis ‘Same Kind Of Different’ – Sydney singer-songwriter Dean Lewis picks up his debut appearance on the ARIA Albums Chart with Same Kind Of Different. The six track EP includes Lewis’ debut single ‘Waves’, which this week hits a new peak at #12.
    #29: Seether ‘Poison The Parish’ – The seventh studio album from Seether gives the South African band their fifth entry in the ARIA top 50 and highest peak to date. Poison The Parish is the follow-up to Isolate And Medicate (#43 Jul. ’14). Their previous best was with Disclaimer II (#38 Aug. ’04).
    #37: Machine Gun Kelly ‘Bloom’ – American rapper Machine Gun Kelly returns with third album Bloom. It’s his second top 50 album, following General Admission (#38 Oct. ’15). Bloom includes guest appearances from James Arthur, Hailee Steinfeld, Ty Dolla $ign and more.
    #38: Midnight Oil ‘The Full Tank’ – ARIA Hall Of Fame members Midnight Oil release the career-encompassing box set The Full Tank. The pack features all of the band’s eleven studio albums, including the #1 albums Red Sails In The Sunset (#1 Nov. ’84), Diesel And Dust (#1 Aug. ’87) and Blue Sky Mining (#1 Mar. 90). It also includes Midnight Oil’s first two EPs, Bird Noises (1980) and Species Deceases (#1 Dec. ’85). The set’s release coincides with the band’s reformation and world tour.

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    Billboard positions for new releases on the Top 100 Songs chart for this week

    62. Calvin Harris ft. Future & Khalid - Rollin
    80. Selena Gomez - Bad Liar
    92. Imagine Dragons - Whatever It Takes
    93. Maluma - Felices Los 4
    95. Cheat Codes ft. Demi Lovato - No Promises
    98. Lauren Duski - Ghost In This House
    100. Shakira - Me Enamore


    Billboard positions for new releases and re-entries on the Top 200 Albums chart for this week

    new

    1. Harry Styles - Harry Styles
    2. Zac Brown Band - Welcome Home
    6. Paramore - After Laughter
    8. Machine Gun Kelly - Bloom
    14. Seether - Poison The Parish
    17. New Kids On The Block - Thankful (ep)
    21. Soundtrack - The Bob's Burgers Music Album
    60. Broadway Cast Recording - Hello, Dolly!
    76. XXXTENTACION - Revenge
    77. Juanes - Mis Planes Son Amarte
    91. LeToya Luckett - Back 2 Life
    115. Dreamcar - Dreamcar
    179. B.o.B. - Ether

    re-entry

    32. Soundgarden - Superunknown
    54. Audioslave - Audioslave
    62. Michael Jackson - Number Ones
    110. Soundgarden - Badmotorfinger
    121. Panic! At The Disco - A Fever You Can't Sweat Out
    136. Temple Of The Dog - Temple Of The Dog
    150. Linkin Park - [Hybrid Theory]
    169. U2 - The Joshua Tree
    182. Abba - Gold -- Greatest Hits
    183. Chris Cornell - Songbook
    187. Zac Brown Band - Jekyll + Hyde
    188. Katy Perry - Teenage Dream
    191. Billy Joel - The Hits
    193. Dr. Dre - Dr. Dre -- 2001
    195. Various Artists - NOW That's What I Call A Workout 2017
    196. Frank Ocean - Channel Orange
    198. Maroon 5 - Songs About Jane
    200. Eagles - Their Greatest Hits 1971-1975
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    I am actually curious as to what Harry Styles can do as a solo artist, I will listen to this one tomorrow without fail.

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