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Want to Win a Signed Angus Young Signature SG?

10.02.2008

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To rock like AC/DC, you got to give it all you got. There's no nights off for good behavior, no gear other than fifth, and no rest for the weary - just paint-peeling, cranked-to-overload rock & roll.
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Phish To Reunite For 2009 Tour

Russell Hall
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10.01.2008

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The former members of Phish have announced that the band will reunite for three shows at the Hampton Coliseum in Hampton, Virginia, on March 6, 7, and 8 of 2009. The group plans to announce additional 2009 dates early next year.
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Lars Ulrich Defends Sound Quality Of Metallica's Death Magnetic

Russell Hall
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10.01.2008

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New Bob Dylan Album Now Available As Free Streaming Audio

Russell Hall
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09.30.2008

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As of this morning (Sept. 30) at 12:01 a.m., NPR Music has made available free audio streaming of the latest Bob Dylan album. Titled Tell Tale Signs, the rarities collection is the eighth volume in the long-running Dylan "Bootleg Series." The 2-CD set, which hits record stores on October 7, features work-in-progress tracks and alternate-takes from the period covering the albums Time Out of Mind, Love and Theft, Modern Times, and Oh Mercy. According the NPR.org, the set "offers a rare glimpse into Dylan's creative process, with alternatives takes that show the evolution of his work, as his songs take shape lyrically and musically." The stream, which will be available until October7, can be heard in its entirely by clicking here. --Russell Hall
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Paul McCartney Resurrects Side Project For Forthcoming Album

Russell Hall
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09.30.2008

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Paul McCartney's next album, which is scheduled for release on November 17, will mark a radical departure from last year's solo disc, Memory Almost Full. Resurrecting his side project The Fireman, Sir Paul has re-teamed with dance music maestro Youth for a 13-track CD titled Electric Arguments. Unlike the first two Fireman albums, which were all-instrumental affairs, the new CD will feature vocals. An unnamed studio source told the London newspaper The Guardian that the album is "like Arcade Fire Meets Led Zeppelin."
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Oasis Announce U.S. Tour Dates

Aidin Vaziri
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09.30.2008

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Even though Noel Gallagher is still recovering from his on-stage run-in with a crazed Canadian fan during the band’s Sept. 7 performance in Toronto, which left the guitarist with significant bruising in the ribs and hips, Oasis are carrying on with the U.S. leg of their world tour in support of their latest studio album, Dig Out Your Soul. The British rockers will launch their first American tour in over three years on Dec. 3 in Oakland, Calif., with Ryan Adams and the Cardinals as the support act for all 11 dates.
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Guns N Roses’ Chinese Democracy to Be Available Exclusively at Best Buy

Aidin Vaziri
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09.29.2008

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Billboard reports that Best Buy will be the exclusive retailer for Guns N’ Roses’ long-delayed sixth studio album, Chinese Democracy. Sources say the disc, which has been 14 years in the making with a price tag of approximately $13 million and a revolving line-up of musicians working alongside lone original member Axl Rose, is scheduled to arrive before the end of the year, most likely Nov. 25. Of course, Guns N’ Roses fans know better than to get their hopes up by now. Chinese Democracy has appeared on Interscope Records’ release schedule, most recently in March 2007, several times in the past decade without actually materializing. But signs are good this time.
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Robert Plant: ‘No Intention Whatsoever of Touring For At Least The Next Two Years’

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09.29.2008

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The Led Zeppelin reunion saga continues. This morning, Robert Plant took to his Web site to refute rumors that he would be getting back together with the band anytime soon. In an official statement, the singer said that after he wraps his current tour with Alison Krauss on Oct. 5 in Saratoga, Calif., he has “no intention whatsoever of touring for at least the next two years.” The statement added that anyone buying tickets to an alleged Led Zeppelin show would be getting ripped off.
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Slash to Appear At Sam Ash Hollywood to Launch New Gibsons

09.29.2008

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Guitar legend, artist and philanthropist Slash will do an exclusive meet and greet at the Sam Ash Music store in Hollywood, Calif., located at 7360 Sunset Blvd. on Tuesday, Oct. 7, 2008. The iconic rock star will be celebrating the release of the new Gibson USA and Epiphone Slash Signature Les Paul model guitars.
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AC/DC’s New ‘Rock N’ Roll Train’ Single Spawns Fan Videos and an Official One From the Band!

Jerry McCulley
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09.29.2008

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AC/DC’s highly anticipated Black Ice album is out in October, but its rollicking first single “Rock N’ Roll Train” has already inspired some hardcore fans to create their own tribute videos, ranging from guitar tutorials and tribute band covers to perhaps the most frightening Brian Johnson-karaoke we’ve ever seen ? don’t say we didn’t warn you!
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