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Based on a remarkable true story. Lauren is in a state of shock when she learns that her husband is the primary suspect in the murder of her mother. The only possible explanation for this brutal crime is that he committed the act while in a state of sleepwalking. If she stands by her husband she may lose her relationship with her father, brother and sister. If she does nothing and her husband is innocent, she must face her daughter and a heart filled with guilt for the rest of her life…
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Much more than your average movie soundtrack, the Killing Bono OST features eight unique new arrangements written by Grammy-nominated song writer Joe Echo, which have been performed and recorded by Ben Barnes and Robert Sheehan, the actors who portray Neil and Ivan McCormick in the film. The album also includes an exclusive and previously unreleased track entitled Street Mission, written by U2′s first incarnation, The Hype, and performed on the Killing BonoOST by Martin McCann (who plays Bono) and the band portraying The Hype in the film.Killing Bono documents the rise of U2 from their first concert as The Hype to the peak of their fame as the biggest band in the world, and Street Mission is followed on the soundtrack by U2 classic I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For, from 1987′s landmark album The Joshua Tree, the release of which drives the climax of the film. Other tracks include the original 1987 recording of Stop The World by Shook Up! (Neil and Ivan’s band portrayed in Killing Bono), former Live lead singer Ed Kowalczyk’s The Great Beyond, taken from his debut solo album, and music from the film’s score, by Academy Award winning British composer Stephen Warbeck. Two songs, Some Kind Of Loving and Sleepwalking, feature original Shook Up! lyrics, with musical re-workings by Joe Echo. Joe Echo is an acclaimed up-and-coming Irish singer/songwriter, whose collaboration with Madonna on the track Celebration earned him a Grammy nomination in 2010. His songOn All My …
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SUSAN BOYLE – Killing Me Softly (High Quality Version) www.telegraph.co.uk The 48-year-old recorded two songs ten years ago and distributed them to only a handful of her closest friends in the village of Blackburn, West Lothian, where she lives alone with her cat. The recording, which was unearthed by Telegraph.co.uk, features two songs – an early version of the blues ballad Cry Me a River and Killing Me Softly with His Song, the track immortalised by Roberta Flack in 1973. Last week the Daily Record newspaper in Scotland uncovered Miss Boyle’s first CD recording – a version of Cry Me a River recorded for a millenium charity compilation CD at Whitburn Academy. The recording unearthed by Telegraph.co.uk is an earlier demo tape that Ms Boyle had produced to send to record companies, and to local and national TV and radio talent competitions including Michael Barrymore’s My Kind of People, for which she later auditioned but was rejected. The recording was made at her own expense with Miss Boyle telling friends at the time that she had “spent all her savings” on it. It is the earliest example of Miss Boyle’s attempts to gain recognition of her talents as a singer. By the time the tape was made she had already built a reputation among the pubs and clubs of West Lothian. A friend of Ms Boyle, who gave the recording to Telegraph.co.uk, said she had forgotten about the tape until her friend shot to global fame. The friend, who did not want to be named, said: “I had heard lots of …
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