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(antiMusic) Here is today's round-up of quick music news stories: Rhino Records reissued "collector's editions" of New Order's first five albums. But alert fans quickly complained of about 300 errors, mostly relating to poor sound quality on the bonus discs. The pops and crackles on many of the tracks suggest they were transferred directly from commercially available vinyl recordings rather than from the original master tapes. more

To celebrate the release of their new album Folie A Deux, Fall Out Boy will play the entire album at the Chicago Theatre in their hometown on December 2. more

A judge will likely grant Madonna and Guy Ritchie an initial divorce decree on Friday, according to the schedule for London's High Court.more

Guns N' Roses' new album, Chinese Democracy, is currently streaming at their official MySpace page - the album has seen nearly two million plays in less than 24 hours! Chinese Democracy will stream up until it's release. more

Radiohead have announced a handful of tour dates in 2009. The band are set to play shows in Latin America in March. more

Stop the presses! The most important news item of the day is here!!! Paris Hilton and her boyfriend of nine months, Benji Madden, have broken up. If you give even half a damn, you can read all about it here.

Michael Jackson has agreed to appear in person at a London court to respond to a Bahraini sheik's $7 million lawsuit, the singer's lawyer said Thursday.more

Germany's highest civil court has dealt electronic band Kraftwerk a blow in ruling that sampling music does not in principle violate copyright. Thursday's decision overturns a Hamburg state court ruling in Kraftwerk's favor that said reusing even the shortest bit of a song infringed on copyright. more

Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band, Kenny Chesney and Miley Cyrus were among the big winners at the fifth annual Billboard Touring Awards, held last night (Nov. 20) at the Roosevelt Hotel ballroom in New York. more

Oh No Not Stereo are taking their live show to the United Kingdom this December, where they will open for Bayside and Hit The Lights during a week-long jaunt. The group has enlisted Airin Older of Sugarcult to play bass for the tour, and will perform as a four-piece with Jussi Karvinen on second guitar. more

Members of Bay Area thrash legends Testament plan to ring in the New Year with a special hometown show! The band will be performing at Fat City in San Francisco on December 31. The other bands will include Dublin Death Patrol, Dragonlord, and fellow local thrashers Laaz Rockit.

KISS and Queen? Simmons said KISS is currently working out future tour details. "We've been talking with [manager Doc McGhee] about Europe and then doing a year-long tour maybe this coming summer, but we'll see," Simmons said. "Kiss and Queen, that would be a smash. That would kill. So far (it's) 50/50." But it won't come cheap, Gene spoke against not overcharging fans for tix and our very own Tony K spoke out against Gene. Read "Dear Gene Simmons: Pull Your Head Out Of Your Ass" Didn't they retire almost a decade ago?

The Japanese edition of Peace, Love, And Total F*cking Destruction, the new album by Total F*cking Destruction, was released today by Ritual Records and contains 25 exclusive bonus tracks from a live concert in Paris. Go here for it

Zune today announced that their subscribers will also get to select 10 tracks per month to keep and add them to their permanent collection. Zune Pass subscription service gives consumers on-demand access to millions of tracks for $14.99 per month, the downloads are an added service. Try it out here.

Sabbath Basse Sabbath: Willie Basse has his first headlining performance on Friday December 5th, 2008 in Farmington, New Mexico at GATORS. This KRWN Radio sponsored event, where Willie's single, "(Love So) Far Away" is in heavy rotation) will be the debut live performance of Basse's touring line-up featuring former Black Sabbath members Geoff Nicholls (Keyboards) and Bobby Rondinelli (Drums), along with guitarist Mitch Perry (M.S.G.). The band will be touring throughout 2009 in support of Willie Basse's debut album "The Money Grind". more

Green Label Sound is launching a mini-college tour featuring Matt and Kim and the Cool Kids in early December. Tickets for the shows are only $5. You can download free Mp3s and check out videos and more from both artists at GreenLabelSound.com

The Bee Gees' 1969 double album "Odessa" has been expanded for a 40th anniversary reissue, due Jan. 13 via Reprise. The three-disc set includes stereo and mono mixes of the project plus 22 unreleased tracks from the period.more

Dance Club Massacre has announced the departure of bassist Christopher Mrozek.more

Music show Top of the Pops is to return to the BBC over the Christmas period - despite earlier promises it would not be brought back.more

Due to personal and personnel issues, Devastation has dropped off the rest of the Soulfly tour effective immediately. Until all the issues are resolved, any and all future Devastation shows are cancelled until further notice. more

Crash Music announces that they will reissue Biohazard's 2000 release Tales From The B-Side. The new version will feature new cover art, plus a never before seen bonus DVDmore

The Cro-Mags will be playing a few shows in the Northeast directly following Christmas. more

The Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival has confirmed that the 2009 edition of the popular event will take place through April 17, 18 and 19.more

Good Charlotte's Joel Madden warns that his boyband's next album might sounds a bit like Blink-182. Is that supposed to be a change? Read his words here

After The Burial has added singer Anthony Notarmaso to their line-up. Notarmaso replaces Grant Luoma, with whom the group parted ways this summer. - more

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