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McCready, who recorded five studio albums, and scored 12 hits on the US country music charts, died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound

Jobs hit record high

The number of people in work is set to reach its highest level ever this week as the gravity-defying performance of the UK labour market continues despite the shrinking economy.

BMG buys heavy metal for £40m

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Rapper Lil' Wayne is not exactly known for his sensitivity, but his latest lyrical effort plumbs new depths with a line that's not only misogynistic, but also dismissive of the civil rights movement. 

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HMV's administrator Deloitte is set to axe more than 900 jobs by closing 66 stores over the coming two months.

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