It sounded like a stunt ("Justify My Thug" meets "Rocky Racoon"?) but it was really a love letter – a music geek's mash-note to hop-hop and classic rock – and a polemic: an argument that the best hip-hop warrants a place alongside the most revered gods of the pop music canon.But it was the sheer musicality of the thing that carried the day: Who knew that "Dirt Off Your Shoulder" and "Julia" could get along so beautifully?

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A marine scientist has identified 'hot spots' which every coastal council warns may suffer the sort of collapse into the sea that happened at Collaroy in Sydney this week, the areas including Noosa and Maroochydore in Queensland, Belongil Beach in NSW and Narrabeen, Bilgola and Mona Vale in Sydney This is not Sydney this week, but the aftermath of a severe storm which battered south east Queensland with heavy rainfall, strong winds, and dangerously high tides, a taste of what's to come over the next 50 years The chaotic scenes at Collaroy beach this week could happen at 15 'hot spots' in NSW and hundreds of other locations throughout Australia idenfitied by councils who have drawn up 'hazard' areas at risk A marine expert has warned that 'hot spots' for future collapse of coastal house like these in Collaror (pictured) hot spots in other states include the entire Gold Coast in Queensland, Noosa, Maroochydore and Caloundra on the Sunshine Coast, Port Adelaide in South Australia and beach side suburbs of Perth.

NSW: Bilgola, Mona Vale and Collaroy/Narrabeen in Sydney.

Belongil Beach at Byron Bay, Lennox Head near Ballina, Brooms Head, Wooli, Lake Cathie, Old Bar Beach near Taree, Jimmys Beach in the Great Lakes area, The Entrance North, Noraville and Norah Head at Wyong, Wamberal/Terrigal near Gosford and Batemans Bay.

He said the houses at Collaroy experiencing 'cracking and groaning' after the onslaught of the rain, the king tide and the high winds would have to be examined by structural engineers once the weather pattern subsided.'The triple whammy is big seas,a king tide and the high winds and rain and unless these houses are built on concrete piles which go down to the bedrock and can stand up when the sand subsides then they are not secure.' Like this scene at Collaroy in Sydney, at risk for collapsing into the sea are areas like the Cairns foreshore was another hot spot for storm surges, as were the Moreton Bay suburbs in Brisbane, and the Brisbane River was prone to flooding Professor Roger Tomlinson of the Griffith Centre for Coastal Management in Queensland said that in the conditions of the intense low that had hit Sydney this week, the whole of the Gold Coast would have to be regarded as a hot spot.

"It's a really cool concept that I never would have thought of," says Shankar's other daughter, Texas-raised Norah Jones.

"There's such a great correlation between traditional flamenco and what Anoushka does," she says of her half-sister.

"It sounds great."Several weeks and 300 miles away in another German city, Jones is unveiling her own journey.

Ten years on, she has finally got to know her famous father.

So why are pain and heartbreak still providing the inspiration for pop music's mistress of alchemy?