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From pop to indie, traditional to hip hop, our critics select the brightest and best from this year’s cast of thousands
By Louise Bruton
Well, Adele swooped in and stole all of the glory this year with 25, her first album in four years, and lead single Hello. 25 is the most downloaded album in Britain ever– a huge feat considering its recent release – and she has proved to be an unstoppable force. 25 is like a comforting goodbye letter to ex-lovers and although it’s repetitive in its themes, Adele’s music miraculously cures...
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