Saturday, December 31, 2011

Joan Collins joins Downton Abbey?

According to British newspaper Daily Express, "Dynasty" soap goddess Joan Collins might show up in the third season of ITV's drama series "Downton Abbey", as the cousin of Maggie Smith's character Violet!

According to the newspaper, Collins is a huge fan of the show and has written on her Twitter page that she would love to join the upstairs, downstairs world of "Downton Abbey".

I know this is just a rumour so far, but I love both Joan Collins and "Downton Abbey", so I pray it's true! Wouldn't it be cool to see an Edwardian catfight?

Holly Valance is back!

Do you remember the Australian pop singer Holly Valance? She is best known for her 2002 single "Kiss Kiss", a cover of Tarkan's hit. I love both her pop albums, "Footprints" (2002) and "State Of Mind" (2003), and can't wait for Holly's brand new album, coming in 2012!

For more news on Holly, check out her official website and Twitter account. Here are some of her best known tracks:

Sunday, December 25, 2011

So What - Christmas Is Calling

Merry Christmas, everyone! I hope your holidays will be amazing. I think that the song "Christmas Is Calling" by Swedish pop duo So What is perfect for this occasion. It was released in 1989 and can be found on So What's debut album "Face Yourself".

Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Classic Titanic & A Night To Remember on Blu-ray

In 2012, it's been one hundred years since the R.M.S. Titanic sank. The classic movies "Titanic" (1953) and "A Night To Remember" (1958) will be released on Blu-ray. I'm very excited about this and can't wait to see these masterpieces in high definition!

First out is the British 1958 classic "A Night To Remember", starring Kenneth More and Honor Blackman. It will be released on March 12, but you can pre-order it now from Amazon.

The 1953 Hollywood classic "Titanic", starring Barbara Stanwyck, Robert Wagner and Clifton Webb, is being released on April 2, but you can pre-order it now from Amazon.

Samantha Fox - The Secret

The fabulous 1980's icon Samantha Fox is best known for her 1986 hit "Touch Me (I Want Your Body)". But now she's back with a brand new single featuring Zante Dilemma! "The Secret", a modern dance-pop track, is sure to be a club favourite.

Support our Sam and buy "The Secret" on iTunes now!

Friday, December 02, 2011

O'chi Brown - O'chi (Re-release)

Cherry Pop has re-released O'chi Brown's fantastic 1986 album "O'chi", produced by Stock Aitken Waterman and their colleagues at PWL. It includes hit singles "Whenever You Need Somebody", "100% Pure Pain" and the Rick Astley duet "Learning To Live (Without Your Love)".

The album has been remastered and now includes plenty of rare bonus tracks and remixes. Buy this great reissue now from Amazon!

"O'chi" tracklist - CD 1:

1. 100% Pure Pain
2. Caught You In A Lie
3. Lady
4. Whenever You Need Somebody
5. Two Hearts Beating As One
6. Learning To Live (Without Your Love)
7. Fantasy
8. Call Me Up
9. Another Broken Heart
10. I Play Games
11. I Just Want To Be Loved
12. Whenever You Need Somebody (Extended Version)
13. 100% Pure Pain (Extended Version)
14. Two Hearts Beating As One (Extended Version)
15. Caught You In A Lie (Mega Dance Mix)
16. Learning To Live (Without Your Love) (Midnight Lovers Mix)

"O'chi" tracklist - CD 2:

1. 100% Pure Pain (U.S. 7" Remix)
2. Whenever You Need Somebody (Pull It Off Mix)
3. Two Hearts Beating As One (New York Mix)
4. 100% Pure Pain (U.S. 12" Club Mix)
5. Another Broken Heart (Remix)
6. Whenever You Need Somebody (Cool & Deadly Mix)
7. 100% Pure Pain (U.S. Album Version)
8. Two Hearts Beating As One (U.S. Album Version)
9. I Just Want To Be Loved (Extended Version)
10. Learning To Live (Without Your Love) (Dub)
11. Whenever You Need Somebody (The Umbungo Mix)
12. 100% Pure Pain (Garage Mix)

Thursday, December 01, 2011

The Artist - Brand new silent movie

I'm really excited about the brand new silent movie "The Artist", directed by Michel Hazanavicius. I love movies about old Hollywood so I'm sure I'll love this one.

"Hollywood, 1927: As silent movie star George Valentin wonders if the arrival of talking pictures will cause him to fade into oblivion, he sparks with Peppy Miller, a young dancer set for a big break."