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Music Recommendations Store

Welcome to the Play.com Music Recommendations Store, where you can discover this year's most hotly-tipped artists and albums. Check out our selections, catch the videos and get the lowdown on our favourite acts. Keep coming back for regular updates to stay in touch with the most-anticipated new releases.

All The Young - Welcome Home

Stoke’s All The Young are a fast-rising indie band with an accent on anthemic rock ‘n’ roll. Fronted by the bequiffed Ryan Dooley, the stylish and swaggering four-piece aren’t just endorsed by us – Morrissey loves them, too. Join All The Young on their mission to revive the sounds of the Britpop era by checking out their debut album, Welcome Home.

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Lostprophets - Weapons

Wales’ hardest-working rockers return with their fifth studio album, Weapons. The Pontypridd sextet bring their epic sound to the fore by assaulting your ears with big choruses and even bigger power riffs. Catchy, passionate and defiant, Weapons is a fierce declaration of intent that Lostprophets are here to stay.

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Halestorm - The Strange Case of...

Pennsylvania quartet Halestorm are back with their second full-length release, The Strange Case of… Mixing intimate and revealing songs with hard rock belters, it’s a musically diverse album that takes the band to the next level. Driven by the raw energy and emotion of lead vocalist/guitarist Izzy Hale, the storm is most definitely brewing.

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Keaton Henson - Dear...

Acclaimed indie newcomer Keaton Henson brings a quiet but emotional intensity to his self-produced debut, Dear... The fingerpicked acoustic guitar and hushed tones of Henson’s fragile vocals bring to mind the intimate, lo-fi exploits of fellow beard-wearer, Bon Iver. Produced entirely in his bedroom in Heathrow, the stage-shy recluse has crafted an album of exceptional beauty.

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Ramin - Ramin

Les Miserables stage star Ramin is one of the biggest names in musical theatre, but far from being the typical award-winning West End artist, he’s a rebellious Harley Davidson-riding rock fan. His self-titled debut album features rousing musical numbers from Love Never Dies and Phantom of the Opera, as well as covers and original material written by the tattooed tearaway himself.

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