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Coke New Releases: Fresh Music from the fridge

Coke New Releases: Fresh Music from the fridge
Saturday 13th August, 11am-12pm TV2

This week on Coke New Releases….

We play new clips from Gorillaz, 50 Cent, Fatboy Slim, and Natalie Imbruglia as well as great new kiwi videos from Dei Hamo, Frontline, Opshop and Evermore!

We have the new one from The Transplants and a hilarious cover of Outkasts 'Roses' by Hillbilly tribute band Hayseed Dixie.

And as its Dave Gibson's last show with us before Phil returns from holiday we play a little tribute to say goodbye. See you Dave!

There's a brand Aiwa Mini Stereo System to give away this week too! All you have to do is vote for your favourite artist from this week's show.

Top of the Pops

Saturday 13th August, 5pm-6pm TV2

This Saturday on Top of the Pops we are very excited to have My Life Story performing live in our studio. These guys have been touring the country and breaking hearts on the schools tour - don't miss their awesome performance.

Also performing live this week is Anika Moa. It's been 3 years since her debut album, and we are very excited to have her and her gorgeous voice performing for us.

Plus on the show this week we've got fabulous performances from Nelly with 'N Dey Say,' the brand new Natalie Imbrublia song 'Counting down the Days,' Daniel Powter, and Stereophonics with their fantastic song 'Dakota.'

Make sure you watch Top of the Pops - Saturday, 5pm TV2.

Coke Countdown

Sunday 14th August, 10am-12pm TV2

On Coke Countdown this week….

There's a new entry from English band Rooster with 'Come Get Some,' NZ's own Beatrootz re-enter the chart with 'No DJz' and we have NZ fresh clips from Sola Rosa, Frontline, Op shop and Dei Hamo.

Plus we play all your favourite chart picks from New Zealand and abroad.

PLUS: This week we are giving away the highly anticipated Missy Elliot album, Cook Book featuring the hit song 'Lose Control.'

You've got to be in to win!

ENDS

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