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If you are looking for music CDs to buy for Christmas, check out a webiste that reviews rock and pop albums, specialising in the classic albums from the 1960's to current releases. While aimed at a national and international audience, the website is run by three Audlem residents — including, and here we have to declare an interest, two members of the Audlem Online webteam.

Click on www.audiosavvy.com(The website link that was here no longer works) to read about albums, artists, bands, loads of music trivia and daily news about the music business. Hopefully, it will help you find just the right album for friends and relatives this Christmas.

 

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