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Coke New Releases: Fresh Music from the fridge

Coke New Releases: Fresh Music from the fridge Saturday 3rd September 11am-12pm, TV2

This week is huge on Coke New Releases with new videos from The Foo Fighters, The White Stripes, Kayne West, The Backstreet Boys, former Blue member Simon Webbe, Ms Dynamite, Sharissa with R Kelly AND Franz Ferdinand.

Plus King Kapisi is back with a slick new video and we giveaway 3 annual subscriptions to urban hip hop magazine Back2Basics!

Phil also talks to hot new band Rooster where he gets a little romantic advice from the young UK rockers and we give you and a friend a chance to meet Jesse McCartney!

There's an AIWA mini 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 3rd September 5pm-6pm, TV2

On Top of the Pops this week Nesian Mystic will be live in the studio to perform their first single "What's Next" from their brand new album! Plus you can come along to the live show this Friday at the Transmission room for a FREE gig by Nesian Mystik after the show has been recorded! Check out www.tvnz.co.nz or email totp@satellitemedia.co.nz for more details.

Also on the show this Saturday we have awesome peformances from The Game with 'Dreams,' Funeral for a friend with 'Streetcar,' New Zealand's own Pluto with 'Long White Cross,' and Daniel Powter with 'Bad Day.'

Don't miss Top of the Pops; Filming Friday the 2nd of September from 6pm at the Transmission Room and Screening 5pm, Saturday the 3rd of September on TV2!

Coke Countdown Sunday 4th September 10am-12pm, TV2

The chart heats up this week with a whopping 7 new entries and a re entry from hip hop legend Eminem! 2pac leaps up a huge 36 places and the brand new NZ Idol top 10 song enters the charts. Plus there is lots of new music to check out this week!

We also play the award winning video from Shapeshifter and a chance for you to win a CD and double pass to a Shapeshifter concert near you as well as pre release CD singles for the new King Kapisi song- 'Rise Up'. Check it out!

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