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I.B. BAD: TRUE
OR FALSE?
Who you gonna trust on these matters? (9/22a)
POST STREAMS AHEAD
OF TAYLOR, SAM
Nothin' but net—dude can't miss right now. (9/22a)
ALL SLOW HANDS 
ON DECK
No, not Clapton. We're talking Horan. (9/22a)
THIS HITS LIST IS SEASONABLY COOL
This is the autumn equinox, after all. (9/22a)
TRIPPING & WORSHIPING
A compelling argument for physical product. (9/22a)
HITS' 31ST ANNIVERSARY ISSUE
Big. Papery. Stupid.
PIZZA NOT DELIVERED
Someone's in trouble.
SAM SMITH'S STATEMENT
How he captures our moment.
THE BIGGEST RELEASE OF Q4
It's not what you think.
Blighty Beat
THIS IS WHAT A HEALTHY WORKPLACE LOOKS LIKE
8/23/17

Here Sony Music U.K. boss Jason Iley strikes a pose with his posse after deciding to direct fundraising efforts over the next 12 months to mental health charity, Mind. The label has signed the Time To Change pledge, which aims to increase awareness and understanding around mental health, and is being led by Time To Change Director Sue Baker (pictured here next to Iley). See if you can also spot RCA boss David Dollimore, Music for Nations' Julie Weir and digital whiz Dorothy Hui

In a related story, working here is promising to destroy the last vestige of our sanity.