A song from the "The Voice" is in the top 10 on the Hot Digital Songs chart for the first time since the first season's finale in June 2011. Coincidentally, the four artists with the highest charting songs were the first four to learn they were safe on the Nov. 27 episode.
Bruce Springsteen's "Wrecking Ball" crashed into the U.K. album chart at No. 1 yesterday (Sunday) on opening sales of 74,000, according to the Official Charts Company. Gotye tops the singles chart for a fourth non-consecutive week with Gotye's "Somebody That I Used To Know," featuring Kimbra.
Bruce Springsteen’s “Wrecking Ball” crashed into the U.K. album chart at No. 1 yesterday on opening sales of 74,000, according to the Official Charts Company. “Wrecking Ball” is The Boss' ninth chart-topping U.K. album dating back 28 years to 1984’s “Born In The U.S.A.” "Wrecking Ball"'s sales were close to the 77,000 sold for 2007’s “Magic.”
There's nothing more satisfying than witnessing two masters of a particular musical skill in collaboration, be it guitar legends Chet Atkins and Les Paul or jazz drummers Buddy Rich and Gene Krupa. But no alliance is more fun and exciting than when avant-metal guru Mike Patton and the Jimi Hendrix of the human beat box, Rahzel tha Godfather of Noyze, come together on stage.