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Track of the Day: "Helium" by Sia

As the ninth track on the Fifty Shades Darker Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, Sia’s “Helium” makes me believe that the movie, Fifty Shades Darker, might be more than just another cheesy and scandalous romance. 300 more words

Record Breaker: Amelia Earhart

Amelia Mary Earhart was born on 24th July 1897, in Atchison, Kansas to parents Samuel Edward Earhart, who was an alcoholic, and lost the family home through drink, and her mother Amelia Otis.  566 more words

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Record Breaker: Donald Campbell

Donald Campbell was born on 23rd March 1921, in Kingston-upon-Thames, destined to break speed records much like his father.  Malcolm Campbell holder of thirteen speed records attained in the 1920’s and 1930’s, and mother Dorothy Evelyn nee Whittall. 568 more words

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Track of the Day: "Remnants" by LeAnn Rimes

LeAnn Rimes is “nobody’s leftovers,” and she confirms this by giving us everything she’s got in her track, “Remnants.”

This song comes abruptly after the fourth track’s softer and slower tune. 289 more words

40 Years of Rumours

   Forty years ago today, Fleetwood Mac released their eleventh studio album titled Rumours, which went on to reach #1 on charts in eight countries, reach double Diamond status after selling over 22 million records in both the United States and Canada, and be named the best performing album of 1977 by Billboard. 2,140 more words

Track of the Day: "Go Your Own Way" by Fleetwood Mac

Named the “best break-up song ever recorded” by Fleetwood Mac News, “Go Your Own Way” is Lindsey Buckingham’s testimony to the world of his and lead singer, Stevie Nicks’ break up. 280 more words