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Growing up is never easy, even when you score your first Number One single at 19 years old. On Maddie & Tae's debut album, Start Here, the country newcomers look back over a half-decade's worth of boyfriends, dreams, schoolyard bullies and fishing dates gone awry. The 11-track album, whose songs... more

Before the 'Sol Invictus''s release, Faith No More played a gig in Detroit. Now, that performance has been transformed into a live video for “Superhero.”

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Sublime could have been one of the biggest bands in the world.

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Prince lets loose in his new tune "Stare," a funky string of party-friendly, double-entendre come-ons and callbacks to his past. He sings about going onstage in his underwear and calls back his 1986 smash "Kiss" and its scratchy guitar line, interspersed with silly turns of phrase like "Second things first,"... more

Travis Meadows knows a thing or two about being haunted by the spirits of our past — he's battled addiction, cancer, the loss of his leg and numerous trips to rehab. Luckily for artists like Dierks Bentley, Eric Church and Jake Owen, he also knows how to turn struggle into... more

The album also features a few notable guest collaborators, including Beck, Annie Clark (aka St. Vincent) and Q-Tip.

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