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These Pokémon Go Users Really Don’t Like Using Their Legs

Pokémon Go came out in the UK last week, and everyone’s gone Pokénuts. By now, either you’re close to completion of the game, stuck in an endless cycle of catching Rattatas and Pidgeys, or out of data for the rest of the month and can’t play. Unless you fall into the first category, it sucks to be you.

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David Bowie’s Unreleased Album ‘The Gouster’ - Everything We Know About The Record Described As ‘Forty Minutes Of Glorious Funk’

Following ‘Five Years 1969-1973’, last year’s 12CD collection of David Bowie albums, a new box set has been announced called ‘Who Can I Be Now? (1974-1976)’ that contains one unreleased one from 1974. It’s called ‘The Gouster’, it eventually "morphed" into Bowie's 1975 album 'Young Americans' – and here’s what we know about it.

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Can You Complete These Arctic Monkeys Lyrics?

Although Alex Turner might have changed a fair bit over [a]Arctic Monkeys[/a]' career - from a gawky teenager with his first guitar, to a leather clad, brylcreemed heartthrob - one thing has remained constant; his lyrics. From the witty and observational squeak first heard on the coming-of-age debut 'Whatever People Say I Am That's What I'm Not' through to his whiskey-smooth crooning on their pinnacle 'AM', the lyrics he produced have been consistently brilliant and ever improving.

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Major Lazer's 'Cold Water' Feat. Justin Bieber & MØ – How It Shapes Up To Mega-Hit 'Lean On'

Do you recall, not long ago – maybe, like, at the start of summer 2015 – the first time you heard 'Lean On', Major Lazer’s madly ubiquitous team-up with MØ and DJ Snake? The one that became the most-streamed song on Spotify ever last November? Yeah, well if you do, you’re probably going to compare that experience to the first time you listened to ‘Cold Water’, Major Lazer’s new team-up with Justin Bieber and MØ. Here’s five reasons you should be just as excited about this new track.

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Desiigner's 'Tiimmy Turner' Is An Answer To Everyone Writing Him Off As A One-Hit Wonder

The inscrutable rise of [b]Desiigner[/b], the teenage rapper from Brooklyn who shot to fame after a sample on Kanye's 'The Life Of Pablo' album helped him to a US Number One single with 'Panda', has showed over the past few months that sometimes it doesn't necessarily take originality to be talked about, you just need a hook, element of intrigue or the ability to fill news feed inches.

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