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The Endless River by Pink Floyd
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Slash performs with Biffy Clyro at the MTV European Music Awards 2014 in Glasgow
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The X Factor judge is the first British female solo artist to claim five UK number one singles
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Nicki Minaj's lyric video for 'Only' features Drake as the Pope, Minaj as a dictator and Chris Brown as an army leader
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The Endless River by Pink Floyd
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Dave Grohl, Foo Fighters frontman
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