megasoft: November 2009

Monday, November 23, 2009

U-KISS - the new superstar boy band

U-Kiss, (유키스) ( Ubiquitous Korean International Super Star) is a 7-member South Korean boy band. Now they are on top with their 3nd album Conti Ukiss

Here is How to download U-KISS songs in MP3 for free

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Monday, November 16, 2009

Top 10 iTunes store songs (last week)

1. Need You Now - Lady Antebellum
2. Fireflies - Owl City
3. Bad Romance - Lady GaGa
4. Replay - Iyaz
5. TiK ToK - Ke$ha
6. Party In the U.S.A. - Miley Cyrus
7. 3 - Britney Spears
8. Whatcha Say - Jason Derulo
9. Russian Roulette - Rihanna
10. Meet Me Halfway - Black Eyed Peas

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Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Leona Lewis, promo for Echo album

You can enjoy Leona Lewis Happy - the debut single from her new album Echo on The Official Leona Lewis You Tube Channel and download it with TuneCab

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Steve Tyler leaves Aerosmith

You won't believe but this hard rock monster is going to split! I was grown up with their Get a Grip but their discography is much larger than this one album.
The band was found at late 1960s and it released 16 studio albums and 21 singles.
In addition to recording and performing music, Aerosmith has also been involved with films, television, video games, and music videos. In 1978, the band starred as the "Future Villain Band" in the film Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. Later, when the band resurrected itself in the late 1980s and 1990s, Aerosmith made further appearances, including the "Wayne's World" sketch on Saturday Night Live in 1990, the "Flaming Moe's" episode of The Simpsons in 1991, and the film Wayne's World 2 in 1993.
The band has been the subject of several video games including Revolution X in 1994, Quest for Fame in 1995, and Guitar Hero: Aerosmith, in June 2008. The band has also made over 30 major music videos, and released seven home videos or DVDs.
Aerosmith's is the winner of numerous awards.
So, maybe thigs are not so bad and they really need to have a rest?

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Tuesday, November 3, 2009

This Is It

Michael Jackson's new posthumous concert film, “This Is It,” came out Oct. 28, giving his millions of adoring fans a glimpse into what the man was really like. Edited down from hundreds of hours of footage of his rehearsal at the Staples Center for his “This Is It” tour, and directed by Kenny Ortega, “This Is It” just shows both what a spectacle Jackson’s 50-date stint at London’s O2 arena would have been but what Jackson was like as a performer, a musician and as the King of Pop.

"This Is It" saw opening weekend ticket sales in the U.S. and Canada rise by 9 percent from initial estimates to a total $23.2 million, according to final studio figures on Monday.

The movie has made another $69.5 million internationally since its Wednesday opening, up from an original box office estimate of $68.5 million, film studio Columbia Pictures said.

In total, the movie has made $103.9 million at worldwide box offices, said Columbia Pictures, the Sony Corp division that paid $60 million for the video used in the film.

"This Is It" follows Jackson during his final weeks of rehearsal for a planned series of 50 shows in London.

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