News featuring William Orbit

The following news stories mention William Orbit. Stories are compiled from a hand-picked selection of popular music news sites based in Great Britain, Europe and the United States. Updated less than 30032 hours ago.

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Thursday 26th February

  • Queen Release 'Queen Forever' as Vinyl Box

    Queen have revealed they'll be putting their recent Queen Forever collection out on vinyl, with a new box set adding a 12-inch showcasing William Orbit's remix of "Let Me in Your Heart Again." The UK classic rock group posted on their website that a five-disc vinyl set lands in the UK April 13, with a North American release set for April 28. The first four platters will cover the 36 tracks presented on the earlier double-CD release, issued last November through Hollywood Records. The fifth slab of vinyl features William Orbit's remix of the band's "Let Me in Your Heart...

    Read the complete article at exclaim.ca

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Friday 28th November

  • Madonna’s Long-Teased “Rebel Heart”: Listen To A Snippet

    Back in March, Madonna hinted of a new song titled “Rebel Heart.” That became the first of dozens of signs – sheet music, snapshots, hashtags, statements from Diplo, William Orbit‘s approval – that yes, a follow-up to 2012′s MDNA is coming. But the legendary artist has yet to reveal new music to correspond with her […]

    Read the complete article at www.idolator.com

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  • Beth Orton: Central Reservation: Revisited

    Central Reservation was one of the best albums released in the past 20 years, and although the bonus material gives some new insight, the power of the original remains as potent as ever.

    Remember that time when Beth Orton released one of the greatest albums of the modern era? No? Well, don't get too worried: you're not the only one who missed this. Oh sure, Orton's first two albums garnered her two very well-deserved back-to-back Mercury Music Prize nominations and she sold modestly well in the UK during her rise to critical prominence in the early 2000s, but even through her numerous William Orbit collaborations and her frequent…

    Read the complete article at www.popmatters.com

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