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Bruce Springsteen has scored his tenth UK number one album with High Hopes, beating the likes of David Bowie and Michael Jackson.

Bruce Springsteen's 18th studio album appeared on Amazon for a few hours on Saturday

Bruce Springsteen album appears on Amazon by mistake two weeks ahead of release date

High Hopes was made available for download for a few hours on Saturday

Angel Haze performs live on stage at Birthdays on September 5, 2013 in London, England.

Music review: Angel Haze, Birthday’s, London

Angel Haze has the back story: having grown up in a religious community that she has compared to “a cult”, in which she wasn’t allowed to listen to music, she moved to Brooklyn at age 16 and, in this musical melting pot, lapped up what she heard. Across a handful of mixtapes and an EP, she has shown off her no-nonsense rapping, displaying a flow that’s reminiscent of Jay-z at points in its clever, clunky syntax.

Bruce Springsteen and Steven Van Zandt performing at Wembley

Born to keep running? Bruce Springsteen working on a new album

Bruce Springsteen has dropped some serious hints that he is working on a new album - which would be his 18th studio record to date-  saying that he still has “a lot of material” to share.

Album: John Fogerty, Wrote a Song for Everyone (Columbia)

A dozen Creedence classics and two new songs, rendered with a cast of grateful legatees, including Foo Fighters, Kid Rock, Bob Seger, Jennifer Hudson and Fog's own sons: "Bad Moon", "Lodi", the rain songs, "Proud Mary" …

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Bruce Springsteen performs live on stage during the second day of Hard Rock Calling at Hyde Park

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Rock's old guard mouth off – but is anybody listening?

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As the forces of commerce gather for the fast-approaching festivities, we would do well to guard against another stain that has, of late, indelibly marked the spirit of the season: "alternative" takes on our cherished traditions.

Jane's Addiction, Koko, London

Jane's Addiction are both a product and a victim of their time. Formed in the same city (Los Angeles) in the same year (1985) as Guns N' Roses, they ascended to their pinnacle in 1990, even then overshadowed by the heavy metal titans next door, only to then split up for the first of what would be two times in 1991. Their history is fractured and staccato, one of acrimony and reformation, but the warm embrace afforded the band by tonight's crowd at Koko speaks volumes about the impact that their first two albums had on a generation of young rockers.

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