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When my brother and I were very young, and a song by The Beatles came on the car radio, our parents would ask: “Who’s this, kids?”

“The Beatles!” we’d always yell from the back seat. This was less because we recognized the group’s catalog and more because we realized our parents only asked us this question when a Beatles song was playing. The Beatles were so much more to them than just a band: They were a cultural legacy that needed to be passed down to us, the babies of the baby boomers.

See also: The Beatles Make the Leap to Rock Band

5 Beatles: Rock Band Tunes We’re Ready to Rock, 5 We’ll Miss

Hands-On: Beatles Rock Band’s Reward System, Drum Trainer

The first thing my mom said in 2007, after playing the original Rock Band for the first time, was: “They’ve got to get some Beatles on here.” Fortunately for her, at about the same time, George Harrison’

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16 Tons-Some people say a man is made out of mud well a poor man's made outta muscle and blood..Muscle and blood and skin and bone..and a mind that's weak..but a back thats strong. [2vs] And he was born one morning when the sun didn't shine.. He picked up his shovel and he went to the mines He loaded 16 tons of that number 9 coal..Til-the Straw boss said Well-uh b-less my soul! You load 16 tons and whaddaya get?? another day older and deeper in dept
Saint Peter don'tcha call me 'Cause- I can't go...I owe my soul to the Company Store  So if you see him better step aside,-
Alot of men didn't and alot of men died. He's got one fist of iron, and the other of steel..And if the right one doesn't get you..
Then the right one will...


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The Pharaoh of Pop doesn’t quite have the same ring to it as King of Pop, but visitors to Chicago’s Field Museum could swear that’s Jacko’s face on a 3,000-year-old Egyptian bust. 

The spitting image limestone sculpture has been on display at the museum since 1988, but recently started drawing attention because of its likeness to Jacko --- complete with disfigured nose.   Unfortunately the bust, which was carved sometime between 1550 B.C. and 1050 B.C., is of a woman and MJ likely never had the chance to see the statuette. 

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U.S.S. of A., a new original song written and performed by Ron and Kay Rivoli of The Rivoli Revue. This song voices concerns over government handouts and the ever expanding role of government control. Thanks to the support of our bold and creative media manager Matt McKeown who was an integral part of this project and to producer Billy Chapin who planted the seed. You can purchase this song on their newest album "Rivolivin'" (Release date June 15th) at Pre-orders for "Rivolivin'" placed by June 10th will receive a free high quality dvd of the music video.

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Dave vonKleist, activist, patriotic recording artist, broadcaster, film producer and former co-host of “The Power Hour” radio program, is putting his historic Martin D-1 guitar up for auction on ebay! This guitar, serial # 527215, was purchased in 1995 and was vonKleist’s main instrument for ten years. All the songs from his first two albums of music were written and recorded with this guitar and include, “A Patch of Green in a Sea of Blue” (The Ballad of Michael New), “Where Are the Voices that Care?” (Gulf War Vets song), “The Ballad of Shirley Allen”, “You Won’t Be Trusted”, “Are We Freer (in America Today)”, “Terri’s Fight” (Song for Terri Schivo), “OK Can You See?” (Oklahoma City bombing song), “Cold Dead Hands” (2nd Amendment song), along with many other songs of social and political awareness. The guitar is in very good condition, considering the battles it has seen. A slight buckle rash on the back, and a couple of small dings are the only blemishes. It has

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First there were rumors that Demerol mixed with a cocktail of prescription drugs led to the death of Michael Jackson. Now, six days after his untimely demise, another powerful drug has been linked to the singer's death — Diprivan. A nurse who worked for Jackson said he was begging for the powerful sedative to help him get over insomnia.

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Sources tell TMZ an extremely dangerous and potent drug used for surgical anesthesia was found at Michael Jackson's house after he died. We're told the drug Propofol was discovered at the residence. The drug is used to put people under anesthesia before surgery. It is an extremely powerful drug that is only available to medical personnel. As one source said, "There is no conceivable way this drug can be properly prescribed for home use."

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A Hilarious Parody of the government tarp bailout and the Teaparty Song by Bill Zucker. Go to and Amazon or itunes to download song...To become a Tarphead, pickup Tarphead gear (tees, hats, bumper, sticker buttons etc) download MP3s and watch the video. Please share this video with anyone you think would appreciate it or needs to laugh during these crazy times....

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Michael Jackson has died at age 50 after being rushed to UCLA Medical Center, NBC News has confirmed.

Los Angeles Fire Department Capt. Steve Ruda told the L.A. Times that Jackson was not breathing when paramedics arrived at his home and CPR was performed. reported that he may have suffered cardiac arrest.   Jackson had been due to start a series of comeback concerts in London on July 13 running until March 2010. The singer, whose hits included “Thriller” and “Billie Jean,” had been rehearsing in the Los Angeles area for the past two months.

The shows for the 50 London concerts sold out within minutes of going on sale in March.

His lifetime record sales tally is believed to be around 750 million, which, added to the 13 Grammy Awards he received, makes him one of the most successful entertainers of all time.

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MICHAEL Jackson has suffered a heart attack and died, gossip website TMZ reports.The website reports he has been taken to hospital in LA after CPR treatment by paramedics who were called to his home. Police have confirmed Jackson has been rushed to hospital with a suspected cardiac arrest.Los Angeles Fire Department paramedics were first at the scene of the singer's $US100,00-a-month rented home in Holmby Hills near Sunset Boulevard about 12.12pm (local time) to find him not breathing, the Los Angeles Times reported.

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