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Day In Rock 5/18: GNR Xmas?- Kelly Osbourne Injured- 50 Cent Ban- Nelly PSA- Jay-Z Vs R.Kelly- Pearl Stones- Who Fan Bilk- Metallica Santana- CBGB's- Izzy CD- Brutality Guitarist Dead- Ratt- Soulfly- Dog Fashion Reunion- Kylie Has Cancer- Grateful Claypool?- Misfits- Motley Vegas- All That Remains- Coldplay- Audioslave Invade Hollywood- SOAD TV- Bury Your Dead- Darkest Hour-  more
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GNR Xmas?
Blabbermouth reports: GUNS N' ROSES' long-awaited comeback album, "Chinese Democracy", will be out by Christmas 2005, according to one employee at Universal Music Group. 

Sp1at.com recently spoke to the UMG worker, who said "The release of 'Chinese Democracy' is being organised now but it is being dealt with by the top people," although he did admit that due to this he "will not be able to get specific information on anything in the coming months." 

When asked whether the album would see the light of day in 2005, he replied "'Chinese Democracy' will be out by Christmas. I am quite certain of that." [see full story for more]- Click Here for the Full Story 

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Kelly Osbourne Injured
Ananova reports: Kelly Osbourne has broken her finger. 

The incident occurred when she slipped while walking into a Stockholm TV studio for an interview about a one-off concert in Sweden reports The Sun. [see full story for more]- Click Here for the Full Story 

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50 Cent Ban
BBC reports: A Reebok TV ad should be banned because of its violent content, the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has ruled. 

The ad showed rapper 50 Cent counting the nine times he had been shot, then laughing as a voice asked who he planned to "massacre" next. [see full story for more]- Click Here for the Full Story 

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Nelly PSA
Contact Music reports: Hip-hop star NELLY is set to warn the American public about the dangers of underage drinking in a new TV campaign. 

The HOT IN HERRE rapper tells parents that their children are their biggest fans in the ad, which will debut this evening (18MAY05). [see full story for more]- Click Here for the Full Story 

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Jay-Z Vs R.Kelly
E! reports: A Manhattan judge on Monday tossed a lawsuit Jay-Z filed against former running mate R. Kelly stemming from their scuttled Best of Both Worlds trek. The rapper had filed his counterclaim in response to the R&B singer's $75 million breach of contract lawsuit that accused Jay-Z of unjustly booting him off the tour. [see full story for more]- Click Here for the Full Story 

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Pearl Stones
Reuters reports: Pearl Jam, the John Mayer Trio, Black Eyed Peas and Maroon 5 are among the first wave of acts confirmed to open shows on the Rolling Stones' upcoming On Stage tour.[see full story for more]- Click Here for the Full Story 

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Who Fan Bilk
Reuters reports: Let's hope "My Generation" is making some serious money. 

Legendary rock band The Who will play its only U.S. performance this year at a charity dinner where tickets are $1,500 apiece, promoters said on Tuesday. 

Tables run as high as $30,000, which include a seat with an honoree, promoters said. [see full story for more]- Click Here for the Full Story 

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Metallica Santana
Blabbermouth reports: METALLICA guitarist Kirk Hammett is featured on guitar legend Carlos Santana's new album, entitled "All That I Am", which is due for release on September 13. Kirk provides guitar parts in one of the songs on the album, which also includes various other artists collaborating on other songs. [see full story for more]- Click Here for the Full Story 

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CBGB's Benefit Fest
Blabbermouth reports: Billboard.com is reporting that CBGB is hoping to host a 30-date festival of big-name acts this summer in a last-ditch effort to save the legendary punk rock club, founder and owner Hilly Kristal told the handful of journalists and supporters who turned out yesterday (May 16) for the start of a fund-raising push.[see full story for more]- Click Here for the Full Story 

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Izzy CD
Blabbermouth reports: Izzy Stradlin's (ex-GUNS N' ROSES) longtime collaborator Rick Richards of the GEORGIA SATELLITES has revealed to Stradlin fan site www.izzy.34sp.com that his latest collaboration with Izzy was recorded in Miami at Criteria Studios and is currently in the mixing stage. [see full story for more]- Click Here for the Full Story 

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Brutality Guitarist Dead
Blabbermouth reports: According to a post on the official BRUTALITY web site, guitarist Mausolus Arguelles Von Kiszka has died. No cause of death was disclosed, only that he "has made the journey to the other side." [see full story for more]- Click Here for the Full Story 

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Corabi Ratt
Blabbermouth reports: Guitarist/singer John Corabi's (MÖTLEY CRÜE, THE SCREAM, UNION, ERIC SINGER PROJECT, RATT, CARDBOARD VAMPYRES) fan site www.john-corabi.com has been updated with the following message: 

"I just got off the phone with John and he wanted to pass on a few things. 

"For the past few days he has been in Nashville writing songs with a few different songwriters. He IS touring with RATT this summer as a guitar player, Jizzy [Pearl] will do the vocals, After his commitment with RATT he may do some CARDBOARD VAMPYRES dates. 

"As for the recent interview, he wanted to make sure it is clear, he is NOT going after anyone including MÖTLEY CRÜE, he is just seeking an accounting from the record companies involved with his past recordings. His biography, written with Jake Brown, is almost finished too." - Click Here for the Full Story 

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Soulfly Tracks
IAYM reports: The tentative track listing has been revealed for Soulfly's upcoming new album "Dark Ages" which will see a release through Roadrunner on September 13th. It looks as follows: 

01. "The Dark Ages"
02. "Babylon"
03. "I And I"
04. "Carved Inside"
05. "Obliteration"
06. "Frontlines"
07. "Inner Spirit"
08. "Corrosion Creeps"
09. "Riot Starter"
10. "Bleak"
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Dog Fashion Reunion
IAYM reports: Dog Fashion Disco have welcomed bassist Brian "WEEEEENNNDDDDYYYYYY" White back into the fold as a permanent member once again. The band are currently hard at work writing their forthcoming new studio album which is tentatively set to see a release through Artemis in the fall.[see full story for more tour dates]- Click Here for the Full Story 

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Kylie Has Cancer
NME reports: KYLIE MINOGUE has cancelled her appearance at GLASTONBURY FESTIVAL, NME.COM can reveal. 

The singer announced this morning that a forthcoming Australian tour, due to start this month, will not go ahead while she receives treatment for breast cancer. [see full story for more]- Click Here for the Full Story 

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