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Shame, “Drunk Tank Pink”: The acclaimed British punk band promises a “bigger, bolder” sound on the follow-up to the 2018 debut “Songs Of Praise.”Why Don’t We, “The Good Times and the Bad Ones”: The LA boy band follows its 2018 debut with a sophomore album that features the singles “Fallin’,” “Lotus Inn” and “Slow Down,” which samples Smashing Pumpkins.Sleaford Mods, “Spare Ribs”: The 11th album from the British electropunk duo was preceded by the single “Mork N Mindy.”David Bowie, “Brilliant Live Adventures Part 3: LIVEANDWELL.COM”: This third in a series of six live releases was recorded in New York, Amsterdam, and Rio De Janeiro during the 1997 Earthling tour.

Kate Smith appears to be picking up where she left off last season.

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Despite an anti-publicity campaign, the English rock band still wound up with a lauded, top-selling album.

Your location can influence your odds of finding a romantic partner. In a new report, WalletHub compared the 50 states across 28 key indicators of dating-friendliness.

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