MP3 Friday @ Amazon - 5 Albums at £5 each
MP3 Friday @ Amazon - 5 Albums at £5 each

MP3 Friday @ Amazon - 5 Albums at £5 each

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It's your lucky day: we're offering you five great albums for only £5 each. Even better news; we'll be offering you five different albums every Friday so make sure you check back regularly.

Adam Lambert For Your Entertainment (Deluxe Version) - Was £7.49, now £5.00
Gogol Bordello Trans-Continental Hustle - Was £7.49, now £5.00
Alexandra Burke - Overcome - Was £5.83, now £5.00
Jakob Dylan Women and Country - Was £7.49, now £5.00
Various Artists Sexy R&B - Was £9.99, now £5.00


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Adam Lambert – For Your Entertainment (Deluxe Version)

All the heavy-hitters drafted in on Adam Lambert's debut album For Your Entertainment write for Adam's image--GaGa wisely goes so far as to keep the object of his affection male--and they give him some truly terrific pop tunes: Justin Hawkins' glorious, goofy opener "Music Again"; Dr. Luke's cool strutting title track; Bellamy's shimmering smoothed-out "Soaked"; P!nk's pained "Whataya Want from Me"; River Cuomo's surging "Pick U Up" and Tedder's typically icy alienation in "Sleepwalker". Lambert sounds larger than life on these, just like he wants to be, and if there's no sense of danger--whenever he dons his leather and his girlfriends put on their stripper heels, it's playacting drama club kids getting a kick out of their adopted roles--at least there's a lot of pure pop pleasure here.

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Gogol Bordello – Trans-Continental Hustle

Trans-Continental Hustle is the fifth studio album from rebel rockers Gogol Bordello. It's an extraordinary 13-song powerhouse that continues the band’s cultural crusade to unite and celebrate unending originality against all odds. On Trans-Continental Hustle, Gogol Bordello bring us to a new exotic destination, Brazil, where frontman and visionary Eugene Hutz took up residence two years ago and the album is heavily informed by Hutz’s experiences living in a country rich with diversity. Producer Rick Rubin brings Eugene’s songwriting skills to focus and also lets the band speak to its authenticity with deeper melodic qualities.

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Alexandra Burke - Overcome

Overcome is Alexandra Burke's post-X Factor debut, and from the rumbling first bars of her sci-fi disco stormer single "Bad Boys", to the Red One fashioned dancehall groove of "Dumb", it's a party monster of a record, poised to knock the socks off even the most cynical pop enthusiast. Recorded over six months, Overcome is a collection of club smashes ("All Night", "Dumb", "Broken Heels") peppered with astonishingly soul-bearing slow jams ("Silence", "Perfect"). Created with the help of the industry's most in-demand production houses (Roc Nation and Jay-Z, The Phantom Boyz, Red One, Stargate and The Freemasons) the album is a sonic manifestation of Alexandra’s ballsy personality, with the lady herself describing the collection as "a beast".

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Jakob Dylan – Women and Country

Soulful yet striking and ripe with sublime beauty, Women and Country is the follow up to the artist’s 2008 critically acclaimed debut. Recorded in Los Angeles, Women and Country is the full realisation of a journey Jakob Dylan began on his previous solo release which hearkens back to the timeless artistry of American roots music and country blues masters. Featuring T Bone Burnett’s haunting production and stirringly rich vocals by Neko Case and Kelly Hogan, the album creates a powerful and melancholic experience for the listener.

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Various Artists – Sexy R&B

Led by the current megastars that have have had the Top 10 all stitched up for months--Alicia Keys, Ke$ha, Jason Derulo, Beyonce, Chipmunk, JLS, Lemar, Whitney Houston, Taio Cruz, Tinchy Stryder, Cheryl Cole, Sean Kingston, Pitbull and Lady GaGa--Sexy R&B also includes indisputably massive sexy anthems from earlier in the decade including Amerie’s timeless "1 Thing", Nelly Furtado’s "Promiscuous", Missy Elliott’s "Get Ur Freak On", 50 Cent’s "Candy Shop", Black Eyed Peas’ "My Humps", Akon’s "Smack That" and Jennifer Lopez’s chart-topping smash "Get Right".

£5 is actually a bit expensive for a downloadable album these days. Not saying it's a bad deal, just not too special.
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