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11 Nov 2005 - 80's News

SHALAMAR's classic single 'A Night To Remember' has been recorded by UK pop act Liberty X as the official theme for this year's charity telethon 'Children In Need'.

, known for championing??new act Arcade Fire, has taken his seal of approval a step further with the release of a downloadable version of Arcade Fire's track 'Wake Up' in collaroration with Bowie. The track will be available from iTunes for one week from November 14th.

MADONNA, currently on course for another UK number one single with 'Hung Up', will play a London club show next week. The show will take place at London's Koko (formerly The Camden Palace the venue for the singer's first ever London appearance in 1983) on November 15th in front of a crowd of competition winners... Madonna is considering taking her forthcoming new album 'Confessions On A Dancefloor' on tour in Summer 2006, promising that the tour would be "all out disco, with lots of disco balls. I would focus on dance music and the new record. I already did the older stuff on my Re-Invention tour".??
BROS frontman MATT GOSS has published an updated version of his autobiography 'More Than You Know' in paperback following the success of the hardback edition last year.

SPARKS have announced four UK dates for February 2006. The duo will play shows in Gateshead, Salford, Leicester and London in support of their forthcoming album 'Hello Young Lovers'.

THE BLOW MONKEYS frontman DR ROBERT has announced that he will release his new album 'Flutes & Bones' in Spring 2006... initial quantities of the record will come with a bonus ten-track CD of acoustic versions of Blow Monkeys tracks including 'Digging your Scene' and 'It Doesn't Have To be This Way'.
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