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Jurassic Flops

09/19/05
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(Reuters) Despite a handsome media campaign, the Rolling Stones' opening week for "A Bigger Bang" is lighter than its last two studio albums, while Paul McCartney seems destined for an even slimmer start when he bows next week on the Billboard 200. Yet both acts will be among the most sought-after draws on the concert circuit for the next several months, with prime Stones tickets going for more than $400 a pop.[see full story for more] - Click here for the Full Story

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