OCT. 6 - OCT. 12, 2005 NO. 210
THE DARK HORSE PICK OF THE WEEK
ALSO SERVICED THIS WEEK
#1. THE DARKNESS
One Way Ticket
Nov. 29’s One Way Ticket To Hell… And Back has already spawned
its first single. The new offering is full of the guitar hooks, lofty
vocals, and glam-rock glitz that made the British band’s
breakthrough single, I Believe In A Thing Called Love, soar.
TRICK TRICK FEAT. EMINEM
Welcome To Detroit
Rapper/producer/actor/director Trick Trick collaborates with fellow Detroit-native
Eminem. The pumping track is a poetic homage to the U.S. city and living the rough
life. Trick Trick’s forthcoming album and film share the same title - The People Versus.
Crawling Back To You
The Backstreet Boys’ Crawling Back To You, a heart-tugger of a ballad, is heading
to CHR and Hot AC stations, and doubtlessly a high school dance near you. The
track is from the band’s latest CD, Never Gone.
My Old Friend
Country singer Tim McGraw goes back to his roots on this lyrical ode to “The
running and the races, the people and the places.” The Stetson-wearing
singer/songwriter unleashes his swoon-worthy falsetto when the song hits
BROOKS AND DUNN
The ever-popular U.S. country duo’s bittersweet song of unrequited love from the
album Red Dirt Road goes to country radio this week.
Confession of a Broken Heart
Pop artist Lindsay Lohan returns with the first single from her yet to be titled
forthcoming disc. The song tells of the singer/actress’ turbulent relationship with
her father who is now in prison. Lohan also directed the video, shot last month.
The reggae-influenced Rude Boy from Toronto hip-hop trio Tru-Paz has been
serviced to Rhythmic CHR. This is the group’s third single from State of Emergency.
When I Get Where I'm Going
West Virginia’s Brad Paisley teams up with Tennessee country icon Dolly Parton for