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And you thought Rock’s No. 1 hits were bad.
Can’t afford the reissues? Just listen to the bootlegs instead.
You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll remember why you paid $12 to see these movies.
Another preview of the band’s newly announced record.
The South Park creators make sense of a world cast into fear, paranoia, and violence … with puppets.
The Montreal musician performed under the moniker since 2005.
He’s a grown man now, and a feisty talent to boot, fearless in his role selection.
The only thing scary about these films is having seen them.
Well, it’s actually Randy Marsh, but it’s actually actually Sia.
The Irish songwriter wipes off the dust on his return album.
An obvious example of artistic independence in a world of regurgitation.
Canadian indie rockers use their influences as a crutch on the way to individuality.
Skip the commercials and go straight to the horror with this marathon.
“She’s a slippery little fish is Adele.”
Season 5 is still a few months off, but this clip should tide you over.
Taken from the band’s forthcoming split 7-inch with Washer.
Deluxe editions of Takes a Nation of Millions To Hold Us Back and Fear of a Black Planet commemorate Def Jam’s 30th anniversary.
A heartbreaking number off Rice’s first album in eight years, My Favourite Faded Fantasy.
A searing and punchy new rocker from Jack White and co.
Harry Potter actor can recite lyrics like the best of ‘em.
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Need some Halloween ideas? Consider this your outlet.
The Purple One’s first SNL appearance in eight years will be one for the history books.
The band’s first new LP in eight years is finally in the works.
A move to The Shrine Auditorium nixes all of the festival’s growing pains.
Two words: Michael Biehn.
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