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BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN: Reunion on Streets of Philadelphia

Bruce Springsteen‘s live archival release for July is from September 25th, 1999 at the First Union Center in Philadelphia during his reunion tour with The E Street Band. It was one of the shorter set lists of the tour — 22 songs — but they were long ones, starting with the 11-minute show opener, “Incident on 57th Street.” Sixteen…read more »

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The World Has Gone Crazy

The Empty Hearts, featuring Elliot Easton of The Cars and Clem Burke of Blondie, will release The Second Album on August 28th. It features a guest appearance by Ringo Starr playing drums on “Remember Days Like These.”read more »

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Deep Purple : Woman From Tokyo

Happy Birthday to Deep Purple drummer Ian Paice  born on June 29th, 1948. Deep Purple: “Woman From Tokyo” The Hook: Recorded during a month-long stay at a villa outside Rome, in which they completed just two songs. Album: Who Do We Think We Are Year: 1973 Writers: Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Jon Lord and Ian Paice Stats: Peaked at number-60 on the Billboard Hot 100. Background: Deep…read more »

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TOM PETTY: Wildflowers Reissue Closer to Reality

The long in the works reissue of Tom Petty‘s Wildflowers is one step closer to reality. The Petty family released a home demo of “You Don’t Know How It Feels” and said that they are in “a joyful process of discovering the Wildflowers sessions and demos and wanted to share a tiny bit of that with the fans.” The track…read more »

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AC/DC: For Those About to Puzzle

AC/DC will be getting into the puzzle game this fall. They struck a deal with Zee Productions to have four of their album covers — High Voltage, For Those About To Rock, Blow Up Your Video and Ballbreaker — be reproduced as 500-piece jigsaw puzzles. Zee’s been turning classic album covers into jigsaw puzzles for about a year. Their previous collaborations include Alice Cooper, David Bowie, Def Leppard, Guns n’ Roses, Iron Maiden, KISS and Metallica.…read more »