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CD: Lorde - Melodrama

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CD: Be Myself - Sheryl Crow

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Olly Murs, 02

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Project Polunin, Sadler's Wells

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Tree of Codes, Wayne McGregor, Sadler's Wells

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CD: Ed Sheeran - Divide

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Hevisaurus, RFH

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Martha Wainwright & Ed Harcourt, Roundhouse

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CD: Johnnyswim - Georgica Pond

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Albums of the Year: Sia - This Is Acting

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CD: Pentatonix - A Pentatonix Christmas

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CD: Alicia Keys - Here

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CD: Regina Spektor - Remember Us To Life

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London's Burning

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CD: KT Tunstall - KIN

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CD: Britney Spears - Glory

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