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This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Review: Eminem Is Raw, Honest and Compelling as Ever on 'Revival' ...read more

"Free Urself" was the final non-album single Prince released during his lifetime. Continue reading… ...read more

"Ben Franklin's Song" portrays the Founding Father as a profanity-spewing braggart. Continue reading… ...read more

Frank Zappa's legendary two-night, four-show December 1973 stand at Los Angeles' Roxy Theatre will be the focus of an upcoming box set packed with unreleased performances, soundcheck and rehearsal recordings and more.The Roxy concerts were previously featured on the 1974 live album Roxy &This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Frank Zappa's 1973 Roxy Residency Focus of New Box Set ...read more

Run the Jewels roam around Madison Square Garden as surreal scenes unfold across New York City in the group's mysterious "Call Ticketron" video. The clip opens with a comical RTJ3 news report teasing "strange weather patterns" throughout the city. From there, it cuts to Killer Mike and El-P walkingThis article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Watch Run the Jewels' Apocalyptic 'Call Ticketron' Video ...read more

We're counting down the best alternative rock records of the year, from Queens of the Stone Age and St. Vincent to Fleet Foxes and LCD Soundsystem. Continue reading… ...read more

Eminem, RevivalFor his ninth album, Eminem lashes out at Trump, apologizes to his ex-wife, takes stock of his career and drops a few old-fashioned Slim Shady horrorcore splatterfests. Read Our Feature: Eminem's Revival: AThis article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: 10 New Albums to Stream Now: Eminem, N.E.R.D. and More Rolling Stone Editors' Picks ...read more

Massive Attack are unhappy that DJ Pete Tong has made his own version of their song "Unfinished Sympathy" in December 2017. Continue reading… ...read more

Michael Jackson's classic "Blood on the Dance Floor" short film seamlessly integrates new footage from Cirque du Soleil in a new video for the song.The video, approved by the Jackson estate and choreographed by Jamie King, features theThis article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Watch Michael Jackson's New 'Blood on the Dance Floor 2017' Video ...read more

"I Love Rock and Roll" and "Zombie" are two of the high-profile samples found on Eminem's 'Revival.' Continue reading… ...read more

Although Dr. Dre had already helped put L.A. gangsta rap on the map as a member of N.W.A, it was his solo debut, released in December 1992, that made the good doctor a household name and turned Death Row Records into a hit factory. The Chronic introduced the world to stars like Snoop Doggy Dogg, Nate DoggThis article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Dr. Dre's 'The Chronic': 10 Things You Didn't Know ...read more

The Decemberists resurrected an unused set of Hamilton lyrics with "Ben Franklin's Song," the first installment of Lin-Manuel Miranda'sThis article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Hear the Decemberists' 'Ben Franklin's Song' From 'Hamilton' Project ...read more

Noel Gallagher wasn't serious when he suggested that Oasis could reunite if they were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Continue reading… ...read more

Don Dixon, who frequently worked with the Smithereens, told Diffuser a story that encapsulates Pat DiNizio's "zest for life." Continue reading… ...read more

N.E.R.D. threw a dance party and delivered a pair of songs on Jimmy Kimmel Live to celebrate the release of the Neptunes offshoot's new album, No One Ever Really Dies.Pharrell Williams and company staged a unique performance for new album singles "Lemon" and "1000," with N.E.R.D., an armyThis article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Watch N.E.R.D. Throw Wild Dance Party on 'Kimmel' ...read more

Sure, the Beatles set the standard by which all popular music is judged, but you'd be forgiven for wondering if they lacked a little in the holiday-spirit department. The Beach Boys, the Supremes, James Brown, Elvis Presley, Stevie Wonder and scores of other rock icons have donned red velvet hats and croonedThis article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Beatles' Rare Fan-Club Christmas Records: A Complete Guide ...read more

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