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October 12, 2010  | by: Sharon Lin

British pop charts have always been overflowing with undeniably good music. Amidst the obvious talent of Eric Clapton and The Beatles enters a new chart-topper–one that perhaps nobody could have imagined. This newcomer is no longer alive, and was known more for his speeches than his music. His name is Winston Churchill.For the 70th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain, the Central Band of the Royal Air Force recorded an album dedicated to Churchill’s speeches. Throughout the album, “Reach for the Skies,” Churchill’s powerful words are emphasized and heightened with the help of the background music. Though this is not exactly your typical hit song, it is definitely something worth listening to in times of doubt. The messages of hope, of victory, and of triumph are messages that all of today’s more generic hit songs can only hope of sending.

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