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                    [Title] => Gorillaz return with island-themed CD
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After five silent years, the 2-D virtual ensemble giants, Gorillaz, are back.

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Ben Chan now is at the Maisen kitchen in Aoyama, learning from Maisen meister Yoshitaka Matsuoka how to prepare breaded porkchop.

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She was right in the middle of giving an emotional acceptance speech about how she was proud to be flying the flag for Britain.

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Skirting within the mainstream of Brit Pop are acts that carry more serious musical pedigrees, and flirt with such genres as rock, hip-hop and electronica.

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After five silent years, the 2-D virtual ensemble giants, Gorillaz, are back.

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Coldplay, the Arctic Monkeys and Blur's Damon Albarn are donating items to be sold at a charity auction beginning Friday to raise funds for Haiti earthquake victims, auction organizers said.

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