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The album included some fine later-period Carpenters moments and, as always, those incredible Richard & Karen harmonies.
'Rocketman' opened in cinemas in the UK and Ireland on 24 May and nationwide in the US on 31 May.
The songwriter also hinted that a third 'Mamma Mia!' film inspired by their music shouldn't be ruled out.
It was an incongruous head-to-head chart contest that continued in the UK for months.
The film theme entered the UK singles chart on 9 June 1973, and remains a key moment in McCartney's live set more than 45 years later.
Showcasing Les Paul’s dazzling flights of fancy and Mary Ford’s warmth and feeling as a singer, ‘Les And Mary’ captured the duo at a watershed moment in 1955.
The duo of Roland Orzabal and Curt Smith became a huge part of the major US chart takeover by British acts of the mid-1980s.
The recording of the song featured on 'Get Happy!!' was actually Costello's solo demo, on which he played all the instruments.
The 16-song collection spans the early 1970s to the late 1990s, featuring Linda on vocals and playing various instruments on material that she wrote or co-wrote.
They share colourful visuals, a knack for canny collaborations and a penchant for anthemic hits. If You Like Cher… You’ll Love Katy Perry.
Deserving overdue appraisal, ‘Elemental’ found Roland Orzabal penning some of the most ambitious songs in Tears For Fears’ history.
It’s an era that has been unfairly maligned in the past, but these days it’s clear: during a flamboyant decade, 80s pop ruled the world.
Hailed as “a musical in its own right, ‘Goodbye Yellow Brick Road’ found Elton John at the peak of his powers, creating his most ambitious album to date.
It's his only album never to have made the UK charts, but it’s an essential part of Elton's story.
Their sixth LP included such signature songs as 'Please Mr. Postman,' 'Only Yesterday' and 'Solitaire.'