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Are Journey Pulling a "Ripper"?

09.20.2007

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Rumors are rife that Journey have offered the job of their new singer to Arnel Pineda, frontman of a Filipino covers outfit called The Zoo Band.
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Sex Pistol John Lydon: Sting Schming!

09.20.2007

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John Lyndon has sympathy for Amy Winehouse and Pete Doherty. Just don't ask him about Sting.
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PJ Harvey Live: A Low-Key New York Treat

09.19.2007

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Tom DeLonge Wants to Rule the Airwaves

09.19.2007

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Tom DeLonge Wants to Rule the Airwaves
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Hey Zack…Where’s the Guitar?

09.19.2007

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The Final Nail for Nine Inch Nails?

09.18.2007

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Nine Inch Nails main man Trent Reznor says that his group's current lineup will disband after their final show of the tour on September 18th (that’s tonight) in Honolulu, Hawaii.
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Interpol Rocks the Garden

09.18.2007

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It was the Rebirth of the Cool all over again in New York City last night as 20,000 strong witnessed Interpol, led by Les Paul-wielding singer-guitarist Paul Banks, make their Madison Square Garden debut.
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Mick Ronson’s Les Paul to Be Used on Forthcoming Bowie Tribute CD

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09.18.2007

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Back in 1972 Mick Ronson came up with one of the greatest solos ever played on a Les Paul. Thirty-five years later, guitarist Rick Tedesco is getting a chance to reproduce that solo using the same guitar Ronson played on the original recording. As participants on a forthcoming David Bowie tribute CD, Tedesco and his bandmates in the Dennis Dunaway Project—a group headed by and named for the original Alice Cooper Group bassist—will contribute an interpretation of “Moonage Daydream,” the song that served as the centerpiece for Bowie’s glam-rock masterpiece The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars.
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What's the Deal with the New Beatles Film?

09.18.2007

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Everybody loves the Beatles, but Beatles' movies (or rather, Beatles-inspired movies) aren't always the Toppermost of the Poppermost.
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Raspberries to Reunite for One-Off Show in NYC

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09.18.2007

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Power pop fans who missed the Raspberries’ here-today-gone-tomorrow reunion tour in 2005 will soon get another chance to see the band live. On October 13, at the Highline Ballroom in New York City, original members Eric Carmen, Wally Bryson, Jim Bonfanti, and Dave Smalley will re-group for a one-off show. Tickets are priced at $50.
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