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Fashion Fails: Worst Dressed Stars At The 2013 Grammys

February 12th, 2013 6:18pm EST
Worst Grammy Fashion
While music's biggest stars were showing off glamorous fashions and getting all the time in the spotlight, the lesser-known and more obscure stars were clamoring for some of the attention by showing up to the Grammys in some of the most outrageous outfits.

Outfits ran from risque to outrageous, with some blatantly disregarding the memo that Grammy execs sent out last week asking stars to tone things down.

And while the top stars employ teams of their own makeup artists and hair stylists, and have designers eager to get them to show off their fashions; it's the indie artists and not-yet-es...
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'Glee' Recap: Keeping the Faith

October 6th, 2010 11:18am EDT
finn
This week’s "Glee" summoned a higher power than Britney Spears and gave us a good reason to continue to believe in this show. Our prayers for a character and plot-driven episode were answered! 'Grilled Cheesus' had a story, a clear theme, and a variety of interesting musical interpretations of said theme that deserve to be praised. So now, to continue our sacred tradition, let’s recap last night’s show…

Are You There God? It’s Mi-Mi-Mi-Mi-Mi...

To take on a complex subject like religion, ‘Glee’ begins with a Christ-like imprint in Finn’s grilled cheese. This perfectly absurd deity becomes...
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'Spirits in the Material World – A Reggae Tribute to the Police' On CD Feb. 19

February 10th, 2008 11:00am EST
Spirits In The Material World
Spirits In The Material World brings together a mix of legendary reggae and rock artists to create a stunning set of strong new reggae versions of Police songs, both signature hits and fan-favorite album tracks.

Featured songs include "Every Breath You Take," "Can't Stand Losing You," "The Bed's Too Big Without You," "De Doo Doo Doo De Dah Dah Dah," "Invisible Sun," "Synchronicity" and more!

Produced by Inner Circle (creators of the "Bad Boys" hit Cops theme).

The Artists:

Toots & The Maytals: A legendary name in Jamaican music, their first hits date back to 1963 at the he...
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John Lennon's Legacy Continues

January 22nd, 2007 4:13pm EST
John Lennon
More than a quarter of a century after his untimely death, John Lennon's legacy lives on through the work of the John Lennon Educational Tour Bus, which begins its tenth anniversary of touring the country, providing free hands-on workshops, giving students a chance to express themselves through songwriting and music and video production.

The newly published book, Come Together: The Official John Lennon Educational Tour Bus Guide to Music and Video (Thomson Course Technology) is part how-to, part celebrity interviews, part technological showcase, and part travelogue. The book is fille...
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New CD Reviews, Nov. 15, 2006 (The Game, Neil Young, Fat Joe, Akon, Tenacious D, Sublime, many more)

November 15th, 2006 4:19pm EST
The Game - Doctor
A number of rap and hip-hop albums come out this week including ones from Fat Joe, The Game and Akon. Plus check out fresh music from Damien Rice, Army of Anyone, Tenacious D and many more. Keep reading for info and reviews of this week's new CDs.

The Game - Doctor's Advocate

Toying with expectations and respect is the dangerous tightrope the Game walks brilliantly, and while this is nothing new, the fact remains that every track here is as good as or better than those on his debut. Read review...

Neil Young and Crazy Horse - Crazy Horse at the Fillmore 1970

This was the origi...
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Joan Osborne To Release "Pretty Little Stranger," Nov. 14

November 7th, 2006 8:00pm EST
Joan Osborne
Recorded in Nashville and produced by Grammy winner, Steve Buckingham, "Pretty Little Stranger" highlights the soulful sound of Joan Osborne with elements of country blues and Americana. This 12 song collection features six original tunes written by Joan including the first single, "Who Divided", "Shake That Devil", "After Jane" and the title track and also compositions by Kris Kristofferson ("Please Don't Tell Me How The Story Ends"), Jerry Garcia/Robert Hunter ("Brokedown Palace") and Patty Griffin ("What You Are").

Joan stated, "I would call this my version of a country record -- ...
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Cracker To Release 'Best Of' Album And First Ever DVD

January 31st, 2006 4:11pm EST
Cracker
Virgin Records/EMI Music Catalog Marketing is proud to announce a pair of audio and video releases from alternative rock pioneers Cracker. The CD and DVD packages, both titled "Get On With It: The Best Of Cracker," contain the definitive original versions of the band's early-'90s classics "Low," "Get Off This" and the #1 Modern Rock anthem "Teen Angst (What the World Needs Now)." Hitting stores on February 21, the 15-track CD and 16-track DVD were produced in collaboration with the band and include fan favorites as well as deeper album cuts for the Cracker connoisseur. The new DVD, the ban...
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