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Listen to Prince’s ‘Cosmic Day’ From ‘Sign O’ the Times’ Box Set

Written by on 7 August 2020

Prince‘s Camille persona takes center stage on the latest track from the upcoming Super Deluxe Edition reissue of Sign O’ the Times. You can listen to “Cosmic Day” below. Prince recorded “Cosmic Day” on Nov. 15, 1986, at Studio 3 of Los Angeles’ Sunset Sound, with Susan Rogers and Coke Johnson serving as engineers on the session. […]

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The Stories Behind 14 Different Covers

Written by on 7 August 2020

If you want to know about the personal and professional struggles Van Halen were going through at any point in their career, check the album covers for clues. You can learn the stories behind the front, back and inside cover art for the band’s 12 albums and two live collections below. Even though Van Halen outwardly […]

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Watch the Rolling Stones’ New Video for ‘Scarlet’

Written by on 7 August 2020

The Rolling Stones have released a video for “Scarlet,” one of the previously unreleased tracks found on the upcoming box set dedicated to 1973’s Goats Head Soup. The clip stars Paul Mescal, an Irish actor who earned an Outstanding Lead Actor – Limited Series Emmy nomination for his work in the Hulu series Normal People, and was […]

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Listen to Prince’s ‘Cosmic Day’ From ‘Sign O’ the Times’ Box Set

Written by on 7 August 2020

Prince‘s Camille persona takes center stage on the latest track from the upcoming Super Deluxe Edition reissue of Sign O’ the Times. You can listen to “Cosmic Day” below. Prince recorded “Cosmic Day” on Nov. 15, 1986, at Studio 3 of Los Angeles’ Sunset Sound, with Susan Rogers and Coke Johnson serving as engineers on the session. […]

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Watch the Rolling Stones’ New Video for ‘Scarlet’

Written by on 6 August 2020

The Rolling Stones have released a video for “Scarlet,” one of the previously unreleased tracks found on the upcoming box set dedicated to 1973’s Goats Head Soup. The clip stars Paul Mescal, an Irish actor who earned an Outstanding Lead Actor – Limited Series Emmy nomination for his work in the Hulu series Normal People, and was […]

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The Stories Behind 14 Different Covers

Written by on 6 August 2020

If you want to know about the personal and professional struggles Van Halen were going through at any point in their career, check the album covers for clues. You can learn the stories behind the front, back and inside cover art for the band’s 12 albums and two live collections below. Even though Van Halen outwardly […]

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Black Sabbath Announce ‘Paranoid’ 50th-Anniversary Box Set

Written by on 6 August 2020

Black Sabbath are celebrating the 50th anniversary of their seminal 1970 album Paranoid with a new vinyl box set. Paranoid: Super Deluxe Edition will include an array of material spread across five LPs. The first is the influential original album, including such classic songs as “War Pigs,” “Iron Man” and the title track; the second LP features […]

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Live Nation Revenue Down 98 Percent Due to COVID-19

Written by on 6 August 2020

Live Nation’s revenue for the second quarter of 2020 was down 98 percent from the previous year as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. But the concert promoters believe they’ll be in a good position when the touring industry returns to normal. According to public documents filed with the SEC, Live Nation took in $74.1 […]

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How ‘Mike and Micky Show’ Reveals New Layers of Monkees History

Written by on 5 August 2020

The Monkees Live: The Mike & Micky Show offers a distinctive overview of the band’s history through the voices of Micky Dolenz and Michael Nesmith. Fifty-five years after the group first came together, they are all that remain. Yet Dolenz and Nesmith turn that into a strength on The Monkees Live: The Mike & Micky Show, offering no […]

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Flea’s ‘Gorgeous’ Former Home Sells for $3.45 Million

Written by on 5 August 2020

A Los Angeles area home previously owned by Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea has sold for $3.45 million. Located in the Los Feliz neighborhood, a short distance from Griffith Park, the 3,561-square-foot property features five bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms. Described in its official listing as a “gorgeous home” with “quiet solitude,” the house includes […]

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