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Andre Leon Talley Reviews and Previews Diddy's New Album

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Vogue's expanding its reach—in the past few months, it's launched Vogue.com, a Tumblr, and a Twitter—and now Andre Leon Talley, one of the pillars of the most powerful fashion magazine in the world, is extending his beat to cover music. Today on Vogue.com Talley reviews Diddy's new album, "Last Train to Paris," which doesn't hit stores until December 14th. But that's not all. Because Vogue.com is also hosting the online album advanced preview—a role previously reserved for celebrity and music-industry sites such as PerezHilton.com. Check it out yourself here.

PS Andre Leon Talley makes a cameo on the album intro!
· Andre Leon Talley on Diddy's Last Train to Paris [Vogue.com]