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Galli plug for Reynold D'Silva

CARDLE BURNING AT BOTH ENDS: Reynold D'Silva’s U.K. indie Silva Screen notched the #8 album and the #1 indie album on the British charts this week with Matt Cardle’s The Fire. An X Factor alumnus, Cardle had a big record on Sony last year, but the company decided not to stick with him, whereupon D’Silva swooped in and quickly got this album out on Silva Screen’s Pop imprint, So What, hoping to take advantage of the young artist’s momentum. Good thinkin’. (11/5a)      

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