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Thursday, December 13, 2007

Today in Music News

posted by on December 13 at 11:46 AM

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: Newest inductees are Madonna, Leonard Cohen, Dave Clark Five, the Ventures, and John Mellencamp.

Rocking Out Against Voldemedia: Harry Potter bands make free Harry Potter Alliance compilation to raise awareness about media consolidation.

Lock of John Lennon’s Hair sells for $48,000: Maybe they’re going to make a Polyjuice potion with it. Ha, ha.

Award nominations
: Eddie Vedder’s up for a golden globe, along with Shakira and Clint Eastwood.

Bow Wow wasn’t exhausted
: The real reason for the hospital visit was from throwing tantrums in the dressing room because “things that were promised were not there” (maybe they forgot the quantity of non-flowering plants in a variety of styles)

Ike Turner passed away: Former husband of Tina dead at 76.

I Think We’re Alone Now: Documentary examines fans’ unhealthy obsessions with Tiffany.

Scott Weiland charged: DUI sentence could mean up to a year in prison.

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Wow. That trailer for the Tiffany movie is downright disturbing.

Posted by Jason Josephes | December 13, 2007 12:36 PM

The Dave Clark Five? THE DAVE CLARK FIVE? A couple of tunes, a big fat bouncy drum sound, and forty years later you're in the fucking HALL OF FAME? What a joke.

Posted by Fnarf | December 13, 2007 3:42 PM

"I'm in pieces,
bits and pieces..."

Posted by Hal | December 13, 2007 11:16 PM

But the DC5 was actually HUGE. Like Beatles huge for a time, or, in the UK anyhow, they did like 3 movies.... although this is the American RRHoF, so I guess it's a little odd. Madonna? Ugh.

Also, I love reading band Riders. My God people are fucking douches.

Posted by Dougsf | December 14, 2007 2:24 PM


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