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Rewind: The Week in Rock Daily

April 2, 2010 Rolling Stone 0

Erykah Badu wowed us with her “Window Seat” strip-tease, then got busted for it: the singer will face a $500 fine for public nudity. RS looked back at great moments in rock-video nakedness, as well as our galleries tracking historic achievements in crotch rock and naked celebs on our cover.
Paul McCartney rocked a marathon gig […]

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Weekend Rock List: The Clash (Not of the Titans)

April 2, 2010 Rolling Stone 0

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The big popcorn movie hitting theaters this weekend is the bombastic remake of Clash of the Titans, which Rolling Stone’s Peter Travers gave a scathing one-star review. Instead of spending $12 seeing Clash, we recommend taking those two hours and sitting down listening to Sandinista! by a much superior Clash, the Rock and Roll […]

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News Ticker: T.I., Bob Dylan, The Decemberists, Band of Horses

April 2, 2010 Rolling Stone 0

In a short video interview posted on his own Trapmuzik site, T.I. reveals his new post-prison album is going to be “different in many ways,” adding “Paper Trail was more about thoughts, this is more about feelings.” He says the “significantly more aggressive” August disc is “goin’ hard like classic T.I.”
Renée Zellweger sings a cover […]

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News Ticker: Lady Gaga, Forecastle Festival, Steve Miller Band, Herb Ellis

April 1, 2010 Rolling Stone 0

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A pair of old songs featuring a pre-Fame Lady Gaga will appear on an upcoming childrens’ audio book titled Portal in the Park. Idolator reports the tracks, recorded with Melle Mel, accompany Cricket Casey’s story about a boy who has crazy adventures after falling through a portal in Central Park.
The Flaming Lips, Spoon and […]

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SXSW 2010’s Best Video: Court Yard Hounds, Free Energy, More

March 31, 2010 Rolling Stone 0

Nearly 2,000 bands invaded Austin for rock’s annual Mardi Gras SXSW earlier this month, and Rolling Stone was on the scene, bringing you reports from the biggest shows (Stone Temple Pilots, Hole, Muse) and 100 tweets about up-and-comers to watch. RS also hosted our first-ever showcases at the festival — be sure to grab our […]

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New Music Report: Cornershop

March 31, 2010 Rolling Stone 0

Rolling Stone contributing editor Christian Hoard’s “Christian Rock” new music pick this week is Cornershop’s Judy Sucks a Lemon for Breakfast. The band — one of the great alt-rock bands of the ’90s — is led by Anglo-Indian frontman Avtar Singh and mixes drones, Velvet Underground-style guitars, sitar, bits of electronica and dub. The new […]

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Win a Pair of Vuzix Wrap 310 Glasses

March 24, 2010 Rolling Stone 0

Want to amp up your portable video-watching experience? Rolling Stone is giving away a pair of Vuzix Wrap 310 glasses, which plug into your iPhone, iPod, portable DVD player, video game systems and cameras (check out the full list and more info here) to offer an unparalleled way to watch your favorite movies and other […]

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New Reviews: Justin Bieber, She and Him, Goldfrapp, Mose Allison

March 23, 2010 Rolling Stone 0

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If you’ve noticed a surge in tweenage foot traffic in your local shopping mall today, it must mean one thing: Justin Bieber has a new album out. The 16-year-old Canadian crooner’s My World 2.0, which earned a three-star review from Rolling Stone, has arrived. “This isn’t just cheesy teeny-bopper music — it’s classically, sublimely […]

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News Ticker: Big Boi, Jonny Greenwood, Motorhead, Ke$ha

March 23, 2010 Rolling Stone 0

OutKast’s Big Boi has inked a solo deal with Def Jam so release his long-delayed Sir Lucious Leftfoot: The Son of Chico Dusty, the AP reports. Exactly one year ago, the MC told RS Jive Records was holding up the disc, which will feature “electro, funk, blues, some of everything.”
Radiohead guitarist Jonny Greenwood’s Doghouse orchestral […]