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Random Music News for Thursday, November 5, 2015

It’s Guy Fawkes night. If he were still alive, I wonder what he’d think of Anonymous appropriating his mask?

  1. Adele: The biggest thing since “Candle in the Wind.”
  2. This Adele fan was arrested. You can see why.
  3. Adele to Playboy: “No fanks.”
  4. If you look at the American Hot 100 singles chart this week, you’ll see six of the top ten spots are held by Canadians. Why aren’t we talking about this more?
  5. Could this be a hint of radio in the future?
  6. More clues are popping up at the Foo Fighters site about what will happen November 23.
  7. Morrissey isn’t taking criticism of his debut album well. (Via Tom)
  8. BMW says they’ll get behind both Apple’s CarPlay and Google’s Android Auto.
  9. Noel Gallagher doesn’t think much of One Direction. What a surprise.
  10. Music is HUGELY important to the British economy: about £4.1 billion annually.
  11. Confusing signals on which songs are “number one.”
  12. These are the most valuable guitars ever sold at auction.


Alan Cross

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