Minus 5 Brings Forth The 'Rock'

Minus 5 Brings Forth The 'Rock'

Seattle-based indie-rock supergroup the Minus 5 will rerelease the little-known album "In Rock" early next year on Yep Roc Records.
Slipknot Sets International Dates

Slipknot Sets International Dates

Slipknot has added a June 4 stop at the Rock in Rio-Lisbon festival to its 2004 tour calendar, which currently only features a handful of international stops.
This Day in Music

This Day in Music

1975 - No. 1 Billboard Pop Hit: "Let's Do It Again," The Staple Singers.
Ask Billboard

Ask Billboard

Keith Caulfield answers readers' questions about Dolly Parton, Kylie Minogue and Monica.
The Tangled Web

The Tangled Web

The Web's Most Intriguing Music-Related Issues & Destinations. This Week: KaZaA, Missy Elliott and the Scumfrog.
Judge OKs 'Source' Excerpt Of Eminem Song

Judge OKs 'Source' Excerpt Of Eminem Song

A New York federal judge will allow hip-hop magazine The Source to distribute CDs containing limited excerpts of a previously unreleased recording by rapper Eminem that includes racially charged lyrics such as "black girls are dumb." The magazine can publish up to 20 seconds of material from two Eminem recordings, which it said it would enclose in its next issue.
Etheridge Feeling 'Lucky' With Club Tour

Etheridge Feeling 'Lucky' With Club Tour

Melissa Etheridge is gearing up for a rare club tour in support of her upcoming Island album, "Lucky," due Feb. 10. The artist will play 21 dates in six U.S. cities, beginning Feb. 17 with a four-night stand in West Hollywood, Calif.
This Day in Music

This Day in Music

1989 - No. 1 Billboard Pop Hit: "Another Day in Paradise," Phil Collins. Billboard ranks it the top song of the year.
Wind-Up, 'Bachelor' Bob Hit With Suit

Wind-Up, 'Bachelor' Bob Hit With Suit

Wind-Up Records and Bob Guiney, one of the label's artists, have been hit with a breach-of-contract lawsuit by the production company behind ABC's dating reality series "The Bachelor."
Daft Punk Heads Back To The 'Club'

Daft Punk Heads Back To The 'Club'

Although a new Daft Punk album is still a ways off, the group will on Jan. 27 unleash the Virgin remix album "Daft Club." The 14-track set collects material that was previously only available to members of the Daft Club, access to which was enabled by a special card included in copies of the group's 2001 album, "Discovery."

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