1. Gotas de Piel

    October 02, 2004 12:00 AM EDT Dominican singer/songwriter Alih Jey released her self-titled debut album Sept. 11, 2001. Dominican singer/songwriter Alih Jey released her self-titled debut album Sept. 11, 2001. Despite a strong single, "It's OK," the album caused barely a ripple because of the unfortunate…

  2. Coming Soon: More Live Jerry, New Dead Box

    August 20, 2004 12:00 AM EDT The bounty of vintage Grateful Dead and posthumous Jerry Garcia releases will continue to overflow this fall. The bounty of vintage Grateful Dead and posthumous Jerry Garcia releases will continue to overflow this fall. In September, Rhino will release a three-disc live Garcia set and follow…

  3. Undulation 1

    November 22, 2003 12:00 AM EST Saw.Recordings is the label helmed by international DJ/producer Satoshi Tomiie. Saw.Recordings is the label helmed by international DJ/producer Satoshi Tomiie. Compiled and mixed by Tomiie and DJ/label manager Hector Romero, "Undulation 1" is Saw's first full-length —and it…

  4. Natural Selection

    October 11, 2003 12:00 AM EDT "Natural Selection" finds Pennsylvania outfit Fuel coming into its own with its brand of agony-fueled modern rock. "Natural Selection" finds Pennsylvania outfit Fuel coming into its own with its brand of agony-fueled modern rock. Lead single "Falls on Me" is the…

  5. Deepest Musical Note Detected In Outer Space

    September 10, 2003 12:00 AM EDT Who knew: big black holes sing bass. One particularly monstrous black hole has probably been humming B flat for billions of years, but at a pitch no human could hear, let alone sing, astronomers revea Who knew: big black holes sing bass. One particularly monstrous black hole has probably been…

  6. Dead's 'Very Best' Due Next Month

    August 05, 2003 12:00 AM EDT Rhino is prepping a set of career-spanning highlights of the Grateful Dead's three decades. Due Sept. 16, "The Very Best of the Grateful Dead" will feature songs the band recorded for Warner Bros., Ar Rhino is prepping a set of career-spanning highlights of the Grateful Dead&…

  7. The Beginning Stages Of . . .

    July 19, 2003 12:00 AM EDT The Polyphonic Spree is two-dozen strong, with each member attired in a flowing white robe. The Polyphonic Spree is two-dozen strong, with each member attired in a flowing white robe. The ringleader is Tim DeLaughter (ex-Tripping Daisy), who formed this choral symphonic pop band three years…

  8. Jackson Ordered Back To Indy In Three Weeks

    May 23, 2003 12:00 AM EDT An Indiana federal judge ordered Michael Jackson to return to Indianapolis within three weeks to give a deposition the pop star missed after he was briefly hospitalized because of illness. An Indiana federal judge ordered Michael Jackson to return to Indianapolis within three weeks to give a…

  9. Michael Jackson Hospitalized Briefly

    May 22, 2003 12:00 AM EDT Pop icon Michael Jackson was hospitalized briefly yesterday (May 21) after falling ill on the same day he was scheduled to give a deposition in a copyright lawsuit. The artist was hospitalized in Indi Pop icon Michael Jackson was hospitalized briefly yesterday (May 21) after falling ill on…

  10. Pursuit of Happiness

    March 22, 2003 12:00 AM EST Nottingham, England-based singer Rachel Foster is U.K. act Weekend Players. Nottingham, England-based singer Rachel Foster is U.K. act Weekend Players. She is the owner of a voice that at times sounds like a cross between Sade and Cocteau Twins' Liz Fraser, encompassing the jazzy, breezy…

  11. Adaptation

    January 11, 2003 12:00 AM EST Mechanized grooves of doom from Fatboy Slim's remix of the main theme lead you into the psychotically twisted landscapes of Adaptation, Carter Burwell's hallucinogenic score to director Spike Jonze's Mechanized grooves of doom from Fatboy Slim's remix of the main theme…

  12. Supreme Beings Of Leisure Offer 'Divine' Sounds

    August 22, 2002 12:00 AM EDT Excerpted from the magazine for Billboard.com. Los-Angeles based songwriting duo Supreme Beings of Leisure -- vocalist/lyricist Geri Soriano-Lightwood and keyboardist/programmer Ramin Sakurai -- tackle the dreaded sophomore slump with the incredibly inspiring "Divine Operating System,…

  13. Charango

    July 27, 2002 12:00 AM EDT Charango, the fourth album borne out of the collective Morcheeba consciousness (brothers/musicians Paul and Ross Godfrey and singer supreme Skye), overflows with a confidence not always present on pas Charango, the fourth album borne out of the collective Morcheeba consciousness (brothers…

  14. 'O Brother' Phenomenon Continues To Grow

    June 21, 2002 12:00 AM EDT Nearly two years after its release, Lost Highway's "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" soundtrack continues to cause ripple effects in the music industry. The Grammy-winning album of blues, mountain, and oth Nearly two years after its release, Lost Highway's "O Brother,…

  15. Nude Portraits Of Madonna Unveiled

    April 10, 2002 12:00 AM EDT Splashed in lurid colors across a series of huge canvasses, new images of Madonna were unveiled to the world today (April 10) -- one showing the pop diva squatting naked in a graveyard and another spr Splashed in lurid colors across a series of huge canvasses, new images of Madonna were…

  16. Friday Night in Dixie

    March 30, 2002 12:00 AM EST Rhett Akins seemed to sink without a ripple after country's wave crested, and he resurfaces here on Audium's swelling roster with an edgier style that seems to better serve his skills. Rhett Akins seemed to sink without a ripple after country's wave crested, and he resurfaces…

  17. 'Road' Trip Lands Minibar A Deal

    March 21, 2001 12:00 AM EST The hybrid sound of U.K.'s Minibar -- whose T Bone Burnett-produced debut album, "Road Movies," arrives from Universal Records April 10 -- should appeal to a diverse audience, according to Universal The hybrid sound of U.K.'s Minibar -- whose T Bone Burnett-produced debut…

  18. 'Road' Trip Lands Minibar A Deal

    March 21, 2001 12:00 AM EST The hybrid sound of U.K.'s Minibar -- whose T Bone Burnett-produced debut album, "Road Movies," arrives from Universal Records April 10 -- should appeal to a diverse audience, according to Universal d The hybrid sound of U.K.'s Minibar -- whose T Bone Burnett-produced…

  19. George Harrison Guests On Bill Wyman Album

    February 22, 2001 12:00 AM EST A former Beatle teams up with an ex-Rolling Stone on the upcoming two-CD set by Bill Wyman and his group of famous friends, the Rhythm Kings. Aptly titled "Double Bill," the group's fourth album is se A former Beatle teams up with an ex-Rolling Stone on the upcoming two-CD set…

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