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Fearless : Taylor's version / Caillat, Colbie

Taylor's version. Fearless ; Fifteen ; Love story ; Hey Stephen ; White horse ; You belong with me ; Breathe (featuring Colbie Caillat) ; Tell me why ; You're not sorry ; The way I loved you ; Forever & always ; The best day ; Change ; Jump then fall ; Untouchable ; Forever & always (piano version) ; Come in with the rain ; Superstar ; The other side of the door ; Today was a fairytale -- From the vault. You all over me (featuring Maren Morris) ; Mr. Perfectly Fine ; We were happy ; That's when (featuring Keith Urban) ; Don't you ; Bye bye baby -- Bonus track. Love story (Taylor's version) (Elvira remix).

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Revolver / Beatles

Taxman -- Eleanor Rigby -- I'm only sleeping -- Love you to -- Here, there and everywhere -- Yellow submarine -- She said she said -- Good day sunshine -- And your bird can sing -- For no one -- Doctor Robert -- I want to tell you -- Got to get you into my life -- Tomorrow never knows -- Paperback writer -- Rain -- Tomorrow never knows -- Got to get you into my life -- Love you to -- Doctor Robert -- And your bird can sing -- Taxman -- I'm only sleeping -- Eleanor Rigby -- For no one -- Yellow submarine -- I want to tell you -- Here, there and everywhere -- She said, she said.

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Weird, the Al Yankovic story : original soundtrack. / Yankovic, Al

You don't know anything (dialogue) -- My bologna (2022 version) -- I love rocky road (2022 version) -- Another one rides the bus (2022 version) -- Eat it -- Like a surgeon (2022 version) -- Amish paradise (2022 version) -- Now you know -- Dr. Demento opening theme (Pico & Sepulveda) -- Beer barrel polka (Roll out the barrel) -- Helena polka -- The chicken dance (aka The bird dance) -- Clarinet polka -- Beat on the brat -- Bowling with the devil -- The cobra pit -- Demento's pool party -- You're all a bunch of slaves (instrumental) -- Guadalajara --Back from the dead -- Weird -- The accordion -- Hay boy -- The closet -- Epiphany -- Cracked the code -- On the spot -- A rare gift -- My parents -- Write your own songs -- LSD trip -- Al and Madonna -- A parody of "Eat it" -- Drunk driving -- You're all I've got -- Diner kidnapping -- Heart of the jungle -- Cerified platinum -- It's all business -- The factory -- Dad apologizes -- Raised Amish -- It's nothing -- Would you be my son? -- Al's speech -- In memoriam.

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The show / Horan, Niall

Niall Horan's third solo album and first since 2020's chart-topping Heartbreak Weather. Preceded by its lead single Heaven, the album matches the pure emotion of his globally beloved past work with a powerful new element of soul-searching reflection.

Love in vain : the old weird blues / House, Son
Old weird blues
Death don't have no mercy

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Rockstar / Fogerty, John
Rock star
Global icon and recent Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee, Dolly Parton, has joined forces with some of rock music's most legendary artists along with today's biggest stars for her first-ever rock album. The ever-evolving Parton teamed up with an all-star roster of musicians for the 30-song collection which includes nine original tracks and 21 covers of iconic rock anthems.

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Hackney diamonds / Rolling Stones

Following the release of 2016's Grammy Award-winning Blue & Lonesome, which featured brilliant versions of blues tracks that helped shape their sound, Hackney Diamonds marks the band's first studio album of original material since 2005's A Bigger Bang.

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I/O / Gabriel, Peter
More than 20 years in the making, this December finally sees the release of i/o, Peter Gabriel's first album of new material since 2002's Up. During 2023, Peter has been releasing a new song from the album on the occasion of every full moon. Being revealed roughly every four weeks, each track has been allowed to find its own time and space, to enjoy its own orbit. Now it's time to stand back and admire the final, completed creation. And what a creation. Twelve tracks of grace, gravity and great beauty that provide welcome confirmation of not only Peter's ongoing ability to write stop-you-in-your-tracks songs but also of that thrilling voice, still perfectly, delightfully intact. Throughout the album the intelligent and thoughtful, often thought-provoking, songs tackle life and the universe.