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Mondoreb & Ginn

Pictures from Britney Spears' latest album have some Catholics in an uproar and it's easy to see why. The publicity campaign goes back in time and borrows a page from Madonna's use of religious symbols to drum up business.

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YouTube

Thanks to Charles Goyette for having him on the show. This is truly remarkable! You may not like opera, but this is wonderful.

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AP

The Sex Pistols are reuniting for a concert to mark the 30th anniversary of their only album, "Never Mind the Bollocks." All four original members -- John Lydon(Rotten),Steve Jones,Paul Cook and Glen Matlock -- will play a one-time concert

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Telegraph

Their wild hair may be thinner and their snake hips lost to middle-age spread but the news that Led Zeppelin are to reform for a one-off concert sparked the biggest scramble for tickets in rock history. The British band, who have sold more 200 milli

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BBC News

The singer, who was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer last year, died at his home in the northern city of Modena, at the age of 71. He had been admitted to hospital there with a fever on 8 August. He was released two weeks later following diagnostic t

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The Sun

Pop legend Sir Elton John wants the internet closed down. Never one to keep his opinions to himself, the Rocket Man has waded into cyberspace with all guns blazing. He claims it is destroying good music, saying" "The internet has stopped

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www.tgdaily.com

Former RIAA defendant Tanya Andersen is now suing the major record labels and the RIAA for negligent and illegal investigation and prosecution. In a thirteen count civil suit filed in Oregon District Court, she alleges that record labels didn't

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AP

Internet radio broadcasters were dealt a setback when a panel of copyright judges threw out requests to reconsider a ruling that hiked the royalties they must pay to record companies. Many webcasters will be put out of business.

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