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Love's 'Sweetheart' Bumped To 2004

Love's 'Sweetheart' Bumped To 2004

The release of Courtney Love's debut Virgin album, "American Sweetheart," has been bumped to 2004. Originally due Oct. 28, the set has been moved to Feb. 10 to allow for finishing touches to be applied.
KaZaA Hits Back Against Record Labels

KaZaA Hits Back Against Record Labels

Turning the tables on record labels, makers of the most popular file-sharing network are suing the companies for copyright infringement.
Linkin Park Gets OK For Malaysia Gig

Linkin Park Gets OK For Malaysia Gig

Linkin Park has received the government's permission to perform next month in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia -- but the hard rock band won't be allowed to scream, jump around or wear shorts onstage.
Acts Team Up For Nokia Tour

Acts Team Up For Nokia Tour

The 20-date trek will feature the All-American Rejects, Hoobastank, Ozomatli and Diffuser playing theaters and larger clubs in North America through an Oct. 28 finale in Seattle.
P.O.D. Unveils New Album Track List

P.O.D. Unveils New Album Track List

P.O.D. has set the track list for its next studio album, "Payable on Death," due Nov. 4 from Atlantic. First single "Will You" was the most-added track this week at modern rock stations reporting to Billboard sister publication Airplay Monitor. A video shot by Marc Webb (AFI, Good Charlotte) is also in the works.
DMX Proves 'Grand Champ' On Album Chart

DMX Proves 'Grand Champ' On Album Chart

With what is being hyped as his last release, DMX has become the only artist in the history of The Billboard 200 to reach No. 1 with his first five albums. The rapper's latest Def Jam set, "Grand Champ" bows at the No. 1 with first week sales of 312,000 copies in the U.S., according to Nielsen SoundScan leading six albums into the top-10.
Keys' 'Diary' Delayed Until December

Keys' 'Diary' Delayed Until December

The highly anticipated release of Alicia Keys' next album has been pushed back a few weeks. Originally due Nov. 18, "The Diary of Alicia Keys," will be issued Dec. 2 by J Records in order to accommodate the artist's as-yet-unannounced touring plans.
Jane's Addiction Dusts Off Documentary

Jane's Addiction Dusts Off Documentary

The Jane's Addiction documentary "Three Days" will finally see North American release on DVD Oct. 7 via Sanctuary, four years after debuting at the Slamdance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.
This Day in Music

This Day in Music

2002 - Singer/songwriter Tim Rose dies in London of complications from surgery for intestinal cancer. Rose, 62, sang with Cass Elliott in folk trio the Big Three.
Westside Connection Preps New 'Threat'

Westside Connection Preps New 'Threat'

Westside Connection, the west-coast rap supergroup featuring Ice Cube, Mack 10 and WC, will drop its first album in seven years later this year. The set, "Terrorist Threats," will arrive Dec. 9 via Priority Records.
Ask Billboard

Ask Billboard

Keith Caulfield answers readers' questions about Cyndi Lauper, Def Leppard and Bruce Springsteen.

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