Lost in Space

Lost in Space

"All the perfect drugs/And superheros/ Wouldn't be enough/To bring me up to zero," sings Aimee Mann on the opening track ("Humpty Dumpty") of this, her fourth solo offering.
Obtainium

Obtainium

Although it was a long time coming, New York noise-pop combo Skeleton Key follows its lauded 1997 Capitol album Fantastic Spikes Through Balloon (and an even better Motel debut EP from '96) with the irresistible Obtainium for Mike Patton's Ipecac label.
The Rolling Stones Remastered - Super Audio CDs

The Rolling Stones Remastered - Super Audio CDs

The Super Audio CD (SACD) format, offering higher-resolution audio than the standard compact disc, receives an estimable boost with the Rolling Stones Remastered, a collection of 22 titles from ABKCO Records.
Fashionably Late

Fashionably Late

Listening to legendary Brit-folkie Linda Thompson's first album of new material since 1985's One Clear Moment makes it hard to imagine how hysterical dysphonia—a psychological syndrome that prevented the artist from producing speech—could have halted her stellar career for so long.
Blood on the Tracks

Blood on the Tracks

If one great singer/songwriter deserves interpretation by another great singer/ songwriter, look no further than Mary Lee Kortes' remake of Bob Dylan's 1975 masterwork, recorded live at New York's Arlene Grocery club last year with her band Mary Lee's Corvette.
Remaining 3LW Members Deny Allegations

Remaining 3LW Members Deny Allegations

3LW members Adrienne Bailon and Kiely Williams are denying allegations by Naturi Naughton that she was forced out of the R&B trio. As reported yesterday, Naughton recently said in an interview with WBLS New York that she exited because of tensions within the group. During the interview, Naughton alleged that she faced complaints about her image and performance. She also claimed Williams threw a plate of food at her during an argument.
Dream Street To Resurface With New Members

Dream Street To Resurface With New Members

Following the recent court resolution of a legal dispute, teen pop group Dream Street will resurface with new members and a new record deal, according to Louis Baldonieri, a partner in the group's New York-based management/production firm Dream Street Entertainment (DSE).
Rhino Gets Things Started With Muppets Set

Rhino Gets Things Started With Muppets Set

Rhino is planning a Sept. 17 release for "The Muppet Show: Music, Mayhem, and More: the 25th Anniversary Collection," a single-CD compilation disc featuring songs and dialogue from "The Muppet Show" TV series and the full-length Muppet films. Rhino touts the collection as the most complete Muppet compilation to date. The Zoom Express label issued "Muppet Hits," a 19-track single-disc set, in 1993.
Osbourne Camp Upset With Fox News

Osbourne Camp Upset With Fox News

Ozzy Osbourne, who made a stir by attending the annual White House Correspondents Dinner in May as a guest of Greta Van Susteren, is now battling the Fox News Channel host over an exclusive videotaped interview he says was obtained under false pretenses.
This Day in Music

This Day in Music

1999 - Beach Boys founder Brian Wilson files a suit to dissolve a 1997 joint venture with Joe Thomas, who co-produced Wilson's last album, the 1998 Giant release ""Imagination."" The suit is filed by Wilson's wife and conservator Melinda.
Tomahawk Combats Ignorance On Tool Trek

Tomahawk Combats Ignorance On Tool Trek

When it came time for Tool to choose an opening act for its current arena tour in support of the chart-topping Volcano album "Lateralus," the prog-metal act named the somewhat obscure group Tomahawk to the surprise of many, including Tomahawk frontman Mike Patton (Faith No More, Mr. Bungle, Fantomas). The trek hits Buffalo, N.Y. tonight (Aug. 23).

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