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Video of the Day: The Black Crowes' "Goodbye Daughters of the Revolution"

02.01.2008

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The Black Crowes have just released the video for their new single, "Goodbye Daughters of the Revolution." Check it out here!
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Whoops! Even Beck's Record Label Can't Decipher His Lyrics

02.01.2008

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This past Tuesday, Beck released a deluxe reissue of his seminal 1996 album, Odelay. Except, it wasn't really that deluxe, as the first pressing was shipped with the incorrect lyrics. Reportedly pulled from a website and not checked with the artist before being included, the lyrics contain one particular oversight that's really got Beck fans outraged. The lyrics for "The New Pollution" were misprinted as "She's alone in a new delusion" instead of "She's alone in the new pollution." Whoop-sie! Beck responded with a statement on Thursday, apologizing for the "unfortunate oversight" and announcing that the correct lyrics will be made available on Beck.com.
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Behind the Scenes of the Rolling Stones' 1969 U.S. Tour

02.01.2008

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Rolling Stone.com has just posted 13 amazing photos of the Rolling Stones, breakfasting and holding their children, on-stage and backstage during their famous 1969 U.S. tour, a tour that would end tragically at the Altamont Speedway. Here, photographer Ethan Russell has captured the band in moments of surprising intimacy.
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The Richest Women in Rock

01.31.2008

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Hey, did you hear? Madonna made more money than any other female musician last year, raking in a mind-boggling $72 million. That's according to Forbes, which just released its first-ever Cash Queens of Music list. To find out which ladies made the most scrilla, click here.
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Hey, Why 2 Separate Kiss Stories?

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01.30.2008

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Well, nobody wants to shoot in the dark on a question like that. But this classic clip from The Tomorrow Show, hosted by the much-missed Tom Snyder, might shed a little light on the subject. Those looks Gene shoots could melt greasepaint! (And you can’t beat this quote, from Paul Stanley: “Ace was notorious for his bad balance.”)
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Your Mama’s Workin’ on the Chain Gang: The Detroit Cobras Tear Up “Shout Bama Lama”

01.30.2008

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Is anything better than amateur guitar porn? Grab yourself a bib and a broadband connection and check out this thread on the Gear Page. It’s a lucky 13 pages of some of the most beautiful Custom Shop Les Pauls—Goldtops, Juniors, Oxbloods, Plain Tops, Flame Tops, you name it—that you’ll ever see. Unreal. Just don’t let your boss catch you gawkin’ at it. Unless, of course, your boss is my boss.
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Check This Out, It’s Awesome: 13 Pages of Custom Shop Les Pauls on the Gear Page!

01.30.2008

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Is anything better than amateur guitar porn? Grab yourself a bib and a broadband connection and check out this thread on the Gear Page. It’s a lucky 13 pages of some of the most beautiful Custom Shop Les Pauls—Goldtops, Juniors, Oxbloods, Plain Tops, Flame Tops, you name it—that you’ll ever see. Unreal. Just don’t let your boss catch you gawkin’ at it. Unless, of course, your boss is my boss.
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KISS to Tour Europe in May and June

01.29.2008

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According to a posting on KISS' official website, the group will hit the road later this year and play several arena and stadium shows throughout Europe in May and June. The group currently has confirmed shows in Australia and New Zealand only.
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The National and Modest Mouse to Open for R.E.M. Tour

01.29.2008

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Pop rockers the National and Modest Mouse have been tagged as opening acts for R.E.M.'s upcoming North American tour, which begins in Vancouver, B.C., on March 23. The much-anticipated tour will follow the release of the band's new album Accelerate, due in stores on March 31.
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By Any Other Name They’d Sound as Sweet: Gnarls Barkley and My Morning Jacket Name New Albums

01.29.2008

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Last year’s breakout superstars Gnarls Barkley and venerable jam-band favorites My Morning Jacket have just announced the names of their new albums. The Gnarls Barkley record, tentatively scheduled for April, is the duo’s anxiously awaited second effort. MMJ, also gearing up for a handful of shows in March, April, and June, has set a U.S. release date of June 10 for the group’s fourth studio album.
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