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Friday, January 3, 2014

Today's Music News: Nirvana Day, The Largest Vinyl Ever, and a Roller-Coaster Drum Set

Posted by on Fri, Jan 3, 2014 at 12:48 PM

Steal This Episode: Judas Priest's Rob Halford will appear on The Simpsons this coming Sunday (the 5th) in an episode concerning illegal downloading - wouldn't Metallica have been more appropriate?

At Least One More, I Say: After the success of his autobiography, Autobiography, Morrissey is reportedly already penning a novel. Please, powers at be, let it be titled Novel!

A Dream? A Nightmare?: A 407-foot vinyl replica of The Eagles' "Hotel California" record is being assembled to perch atop the freshly renovated Forum in L.A. to celebrate the groups' six shows and the rehabilitation of the historic venue. The record will actually spin but no record needle will be manufactured.

Legally Ensnared No Longer: A judge has dismissed the lawsuit against Tommy Lee for "misappropriation of trade secrets" in regards to that roller-coaster drum set.

Mark Your Calendars: April 10th is now officially Nirvana Day in Hoquiam, Washington, four miles from Kurt Cobain's hometown of Aberdeen, where it is Nirvana Day everyday.

Tonight marks the millionth time The Spits have graced Seattle with their seasoned, powerhouse punk that always satisfies and last time left me with a black eye (courtesy of someone's overzealous elbow or knee, I'm not sure). Check it out and rough up your friends, but then pick them back up.


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