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This week on O2 Tracks
Its springtime, the sun is out and we’ve got a bunch of freshly picked tunes on O2 Tracks to carry you through till the weekend. We’re also giving you the chance to win yourself some tickets to see Paloma Faith performing live at The Roundhouse in London on 28th May.
Paloma Faith strolls on to our Centre Stage with her kooky style and serves up a seriously tasty third studio album, A Perfect Contradiction. Lead single Can’t Rely On You shows Paloma’s on top form with a new found energy. Read our review here. If you want more Paloma, we have an exclusive interview and fan Q+A in our video section.
Alexandra Burke stomps on to Your Playlist with the unforgettable Elephant, alongside The Saturdays who Just Can’t Get Enough of the Depeche Mode classic hit. If that’s all too much, we prescribe a dose of Dr Dre’s I Need A Doctor and then put your feet up to Bruno Mars’ Lazy Song.
Tune into our R&B Dancefloor playlist to hear the Black Eyed Peas smash hit single Boom Boom Pow. Ne-Yo’s getting all up in your personal space with Closer, Kelly Rowland and David Guetta team for When Love Takes Over and ASAP Rocky invites you to get Wild For The Night with pal Skrillex.
For rock fans, we’ve got the Red Hot Chilli Peppers’ classic ode to LA, Under the Bridge, The Calling’s Wherever You Will Go and Green Day’s Good Riddance (time of your life).
Our Dance playlist features trance anthems including Calvin Harris’ We’ll Be Coming Back and Paul Van Dyk’s For An Angel. The legendary Dutch DJ Tiesto transports you back to Ibiza 2005 with Adagio For Strings and we also feature Lange’s Drifting Away, plus loads more.
To get your hands on tickets to see Paloma live, just get on to the app and enter our competition. (hint: the answer’s in our review of her album)
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