Music

Rock and Roll of today

by S.J. Beers on December 10, 2011

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metal bands like Meshuggah and Cradle of Filth; and in-depth coverage of classic cult heroes like Frank Zappa, Lou Reed and Tommy Bolin.

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Acoustic Guitar Songs, guitar songs, Best Acoustic Guitar Music, music, easy guitar songs

Acoustic music is getting some recognition for 2011 – What do we mean by acoustic songs? They are tunes played by non- electric accompaniment. If you’re just a student and want to find out how to generate songs on the acoustic guitar, its important to begin with uncomplicated acoustic guitar music.

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radiohead, these are my twisted words

Radiohead’s new release of their single EP “These Are My Twisted Words” sounds like a psychedelic funky mix of the 70s and today’s alternative rock. The song itself has a depressing vibe but its words have many powerful meanings.

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Godsmack Whatever

by Chaz on June 21, 2011

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“Whatever,” the throbbing, detuned rant at a departed lover that launched Godsmack’s journey up the charts, almost wasn’t on the band’s self-titled debut at all. (In fact, it was even absent from the album’s initial version, released by the band themselves in 1997.) “We recorded the song for a compilation of Boston bands after the […]

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Gene Simmons ‘Reviews’ NIN Concert

by Chaz on June 19, 2011

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Kiss bassist/vocalist Gene Simmons has posted a brief review of Nine Inch Nails’ August 10, 2009 concert at Fort Canning Park in Singapore. Read Gene’s review…

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Wolfmother, Cosmic Egg, October

Cosmic Egg, the return release from Wolfmother, is scheduled for release on October 13, reports Smnnews.com. This will be preceded by the release of the joyously shredding first single, “New Moon Rising,” which makes its radio premiere this Friday, August 14. Wolfmother guitarist/frontman Andrew Stockdale recently spoke to MTV News about the band’s forthcoming second […]

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Puddle of Mudd at Ground Zero

by S.J. Beers on June 17, 2011

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Puddle of Mudd’s first song was “Control” Everyone in the crowd was singing along at the top of their lungs. It was a great start for what was to come. After a few songs like Famous and Spaceship the crowd was going freaking nuts. Towards the end of the show POM did AC/DC’s “T.N.T”. Wes had the entire crowd fist pumping and what energy, I haven’t been to a show in a long with a crowd that was this intense.

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