|Ja Rule Murderer?|
But this clip isn't for a new track--rather, it's surveillance footage seized by the NYPD of a 2004 New York club shooting. And the tape reportedly links the rapper to the crime.
According to the New York Post, Rule is now at the center of a federal investigation into who shot two men outside the popular Manhattan nightspot Club LQ after a party for the rapper last Christmas. [see full story for more]- Click Here for the Full Story
|REM On Hold|
The band played their delayed Hyde Park gig at the weekend which marked the end of their ‘Around The Sun' world tour. 6 Music reports that Stipe now plans to record in London with other un-named artists as well making guest appearances on tours as a way of winding down. [see full story for more]- Click Here for the Full Story
|Britney Birth TV|
The girl who moaned "why don't they just let me live" has decided she doesn't really care if we invade her privacy anymore by letting us in on a very private moment - the birth of her child(ren).
Spears, who is rumoured to be carrying twins, has reportedly decided to let cameras film this intimate moment for the second installment of her reality show "Britney and Kevin: Chaotic".
"Britney was in two minds about the birth even after she'd decided to do a one-off special to introduce the little one to the world," one source was quoted as saying.[see full story for more]- Click Here for the Full Story
The alternative-rock granddaddies, who
reunited last year for the first of several tours, will shortly start to
make their first album in 14 years.
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|Kasabian 'The New Stones'?|
Serge Pizzorno thinks the band have began wee in their attempts to break the US market, he says: "We've made a great start in America. They see us as the new Rolling Stones." [see full story for more]- Click Here for the Full Story
|ZZ Top Bio|
In the book, Gibbons "riffs on his teenage garage-band years, his four-decade recording career, his experiences with icons like Jimi Hendrix and Chuck Berry and life on the road," according to a press release.[see full story for more]- Click Here for the Full Story
"Runaway Brides" is scheduled for release on September 27. [see full story for more including tracks]- Click Here for the Full Story
Everything was remastered, and booklets contain liner notes by renowned Dutch journalist and writer Robert Haagsma, along with many pics from the band's own private stash. In addition, Nuclear Blast has thrown in a cool box in which to store all the CDs from the collection. [see full story for tracklistings and more details]- Click Here for the Full Story
|Off With Its Head|
Paul Pugh, 39, pleaded guilty to twisting off the head of the Senegal parrot during a row with his wife. He was banned from keeping an animal for the rest of his life.
District Judge Shamim Qureshi said: "The parrot had no chance of fleeing.
"You proceeded to kill the bird in front of your wife and child and it was a disgusting incident for anyone to witness. This has all the hallmarks of pop stars on stage. You are what might be described as the Ozzy Osbourne of Wolverhampton for the way you have treated this bird." [see full story for more]- Click Here for the Full Story
|Spock's Beard Live CD|
"It's been a while since we've put any new comments up, but we've all been busy with various projects and other work, which includes our new live CD, which should be out by the time we tour in September. Rob Aubrey, who does our live sound mixing, will be mixing this CD at his beautiful little studio outside of London, so we're looking forward to a really nice sounding CD! [see full story for more]- Click Here for the Full Story
|Paul Stanley Tour|
|Megadeth Lose Sanctuary|
|Razorwire Seek Guitarist|
|Throwdown To Die For Tour|
Remembering Never (Ferret), The Agony Scene (Roadrunner) and Sinai Beach (Victory) will join Throwdown, whose new album on Trustkill, "Vendetta," debuted at #156 on the Billboard 200 and #4 on the Heatseekers chart.
Here is how the dates for the PureVolume sponsored "To Die For" tour, which kicks off August 10, are shaping up.
8/14 - Colorado Springs, CO @ The Darkside
8/15 - Kansas City, MO @ El Torreon
8/16 - Springfield, MO @ Rockwell
8/17 - Sauget, IL @ Pop's
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The singer came on to sing vocals on 'E-Bow The Letter', which she does on the 1996 studio version, which was a Top Five UK hit single that year. She appeared to forget most of the words, but made up for it with a stunning ad-libbed vocal at the end of the song, leading to delirious applause.[see full story for more]- Click Here for the Full Story
|...Lamest Songs Special|
Over the next two weeks we'll be rolling out the list each week day. We're starting backwards with final 10 and will be working our way back. Also to do something a little different we'll also be revealing one song from the Top 10 each week day in the Day in Rock report with comments on why each song was selected and came out at the top of the lame list.
2) Shut Up – Kelly Osbourne
Does this one really need an explanation? The deep intellectual lyrics such as "blah, blah, blah" failed to make Kelly a music star for good reason, she can't sing. If you are looking for a screaming argument against nepotism in the music business, Kelly Osbourne will surely fit the bill. It's just too bad that Kelly hasn't taken this song title to heart because let's face it; she obviously got her singing talent from her mother's side of the family.
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