Fall Music Preview: From Kanye West and Kings of Leon to Taylor Swift and Elton John, A First Listen to 2010's Hottest Albums

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Mark Ronson

Record Collection 9/28 No more Mr. Soul Guy: For his third LP, 34-year-old producer Ronson has ditched the horn-drunk sound he minted on Amy Winehouse's Back to Black and his own Version for an Eighties-saluting, synth-heavy party vibe, courtesy of Ronson and his new band, the Business Intl. The guest list is head-spinning: Q-Tip, Boy George, D'Angelo, Simon Le Bon and many others. "My last album was me in a room bringing in a horn section and a singer," says Ronson, "and this was a bunch of people in a room for two months. More like a band." VIDEO: Ronson Previews His New LP
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