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Posted at 9:30 AM ET, 01/13/2011

Dan Deacon to score Coppola film; Taylor Swift with worst-selling No. 1; Kyle Minogue dances to D.C. (well, Fairfax)

By David Malitz

dan deaconDan Deacon is going Hollywood. (Kyle Gustafson/FTWP)

- Sofia isn't the only Coppola who can raid underground music film soundtracks. Francis Ford Coppola has tapped Baltimore's Dan Deacon to score the upcoming "Twixt Now and Sunrise," starring Val Kilmer. The Baltimore Sun talked to both Coppola and Deacon.

- It seems like we've been repeating some variation of this for a year now, but it was the worst week ever for music sales. Taylor Swift sits at the top spot of this week's Billboard charts with just 52,000 units sold.

- Australian pop dynamo Kylie Minogue will hit the Patriot Center on April 30 as part of her "Aphrodite - Live 2011" world tour. Tickets go on sale Saturday morning.

Clicky shuffle: Your random song for Thursday morning:

- The Rolling Stones, "2000 Light Years From Home"

By David Malitz  | January 13, 2011; 9:30 AM ET
Categories:  Morning click  | Tags:  Dan Deacon, Kyle Minogue, Taylor Swift  
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Comments

David, "Worst Selling"?????? With over one million cd's posting in it's first week of release, I'd hardly call it 'worst selling'. It was still the number one cd in sales for the week as well.

Posted by: chumba1k | January 15, 2011 11:27 AM | Report abuse

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