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Friday Sounds: Best-selling Christmas CDs at Cardiff's HMV store.

LOOKING for a musical Christmas we look at the best-selling Christmas CDs at Cardiff's HMV store.

Teen brothers and sisters (and secretly dads) will be happy to find Avril Lavigne in their stocking. The 17-yearcanadian old Canadian skater girl's debut album Let Go, includes Complicated. Everyone loves Ms Dynamite, the Mercurywinning album A Little Deeper features the hits It Takes More, Dynamitee and Put Him Out.

Older sisters will love you forever if you get Robbie Williams' latest album Escapology, his most mature composition to date with the single Feel.

Smoothie Lionel Richie`s Encore a live collection of his bestknown hits - from Dancing On The Ceiling and Three Times A Lady - is a must for mums and aunts. And you can't go wrong with Stevie Wonder's Best Of, a double collection of his best moments.

Mothers and grannies will have the cockles of their hearts truly warmed with the latest offering from Russell Watson Reprise. It's a trademark assortment of operatic arias and popular ballads.

The Rolling Stones Forty Licks isn't just any compilation. The double album covers the band's career from 1962 to the present day and is guaranteed to get grandad striking his best air guitar pose after the Queen's Speech.

With Nevermind being voted Q magazine's greatest album ever there's no better time for Nirvana The Album. Fourteen classic tracks and the previously unreleased You Know You're Right, a song recorded two months before Kurt's death in 1994.

Definitely one for cool dads. Or there's the Manics greatest hits Forever Delayed, which spans their 10-year career. And for the member of the family you hate most, there's always the Fame Academy album.
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Publication:South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:Dec 20, 2002
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