The Wanted is climbing up the music charts in their U.K. homeland, the United States and the rest of the world.
To promote their first self-titled album, the five guys did a shirtless photoshoot for U.K. gay magazine GT in 2010.
The British boy band has only been widely known in the U.S. this year with their first radio single “Glad You Came” even though they had three popular European singles and a debut album in 2010.
The Wanted posed together shirtless on the cover.
Inside the gay magazine’s photoshoot spread, they were paired up touching each other’s muscles while wearing jeans.
Nathan Sykes and Jay McGuiness were photographed together.
Max George and Siva Kaneswaran were paired.
Tom Parker was photographed alone pretending to box.
“Chasing the Sun” – the second radio song from The Wanted’s international debut is currently climbing up the various singles Billboard charts.
The song is not on their second album Battlefield, but is on a newly released EP called The Wanted.
Their competition boy band One Direction is currently beating them by only one spot at number seven on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 singles chart with their song “What Makes You Beautiful.”
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In Solar (R)evolution, world-renowned German biophysicist Dieter Broers makes a compelling case, pointing to a wealth of scientific evidence that shows a remarkable correlation between increases in solar activity and advances in our creative, mental, and spiritual abilities.
We are in the midst of a dramatic rise in solar disturbances, which have the capability of disrupting the Earth’s geomagnetic field and, as a result, our global ecology. Broers, however, sees this not as an impending apocalypse but as the dawn of a new era.
Drawing on research from a variety of disciplines, he shows how erupting solar activity carries the potential to boost our brain capacity and expand our minds in ways we never imagined possible. Abilities now seen as extraordinary or supernatural—telepathy, extrasensory perception, and off-the-charts intelligence quotients—may soon become ordinary and natural and could very well help us solve the mounting global crises we are facing.
Humankind is going through an evolutionary leap, says Broers, and the process has already begun.
Featuring: DIETER BROERS, RUPERT SHELDRAKE, MICHAEL PERSINGER, ERNST SENKOWSKI, MICHAEL KONIG, ILLOBRAND VON LUDWIGER, ELIZABETH RAUSCHER, ROLLIN MCCRATY, FRANZ HALBERG, GIULIANA CONFORTO, JJ & DESIREE HURTAK, FRANCINE BLAKE, and RICK STRASSMAN.