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Pharrell Williams, Robin Thicke and T.I. (given name Clifford Harris Jr.) are disputing the verdict that their mega hit "Blurred Lines" was a

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Prince's famed Paisley Park in Chanhassen, MN, will be made into a museum and open for public tours beginning this fall, as Minneapolis NBC affiliate KARE 11 reports.

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Rae Sremmurd host a decadent bash in their wild video for "Start a Party." Fire-dancers, fireworks, twerking and a seemingly endless supply of alcohol dominate the clip, which finds the rappers celebrating their status as new rap stars.

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Frank Black believes the Pixies' 1993 breakup might not have happened if they'd just been allowed to take a breather long enough to sort out their difficulties.

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With their pulsating single "High and Low," Empire of the Sun venture "down where the summer and the late nights last forever." Acoustic guitar chords give way to booming synth-pads on the chorus, as singer Luke Steele sings wistfully: "If I had my way/ Never let you go."


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We're ranking all of the albums by PJ Harvey.

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