Monday, 27 September 2010
In a shock statement that angers many ,the pre-pubescent child named Justin stated he feels like Kurt Cobain. This hilarious statement demonstrates that kids these days have minimal knowledge of how music was before there own day, which cuts deep. But 'Nevermind'..
Saturday, 25 September 2010
Taken from the nme.co.uk website:
'Radiohead have announced that they could "throw out" their forthcoming new album and "head back to the drawing board".
Set to continue work on their eighth studio effort on Monday (September 27), drummer Phil Selway admitted that the group would be taking stock of all of the progress they've made so far.
"We've been working on material on and off for a year now," he told The Canadian Press. "We're basically taking stock on Monday and seeing what we need to do with the material to move it to those final stages."
He added: "We might get back together on Monday and after discussing stuff we might just throw this all out and say maybe we need to go back to the drawing board. Who knows, as I say, it's all up in the air at the moment."
The follow-up to 2007's 'In Rainbows' is due for release later this year.'
I personally have mixed feelings about radiohead and am not overly excited , but hey , i'm sure there are some hardcore fans eager for this release.
Friday, 24 September 2010
Nme.co.uk is quoted as saying:
'Weezer have announced details of the initial dates on their upcoming'Memories' tour.
Beginning at Los Angeles' Gibson Amphitheatre, the group will perform their 1994 'Blue' album in full on November 26, followed by 1996's 'Pinkerton' on November 27. Both shows will also feature a selection of the band's greatest hits.
Following the Los Angeles gigs, the band will then do the same at San Francisco's Nob Hill Masonic Centeron November 29 and 30.
More dates for the jaunt will be announced shortly. Tickets for the shows go on sale on September 25, for more information, visitWeezer.com.
The band also have a series of previously confirmed gigs in support of their recently released album, 'Hurley'.
Weezer will play the following:
Columbus, OH Ohio State University (September 24)
Peoria, IL Bradley University (25)
Atlanta, GA Chastain Park Amphitheatre (30)
Las Vegas, NV Mirage Hotel And Casino (October 1)
New Orleans, LA Voodoo Festival (29)
Los Angeles, CA Gibson Amphitheatre (November 26, 27)
San Francisco, CA Nob Hill Masonic Center (29, 30)'
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Wednesday, 22 September 2010
'Muse's cover of Nina Simone's version of 'Feeling Good' has been named the best cover song of all time.
The Devon trio beat the likes of The Beatles' version of 'Twist & Shout'and Johnny Cash's 'Hurt' to the title, after over 15,000 music fans voted online in an NME.COM poll commissioned by SEAT, whose new music show On Track With airs tonight (September 22) on Channel 4.
Conversely, Britney Spears' reworking of 'I Love Rock 'N' Roll' was voted the worst cover song of all time, ahead of Ronan Keating's 'Fairytale Of New York', Take That's version of 'Smells Like Teen Spirit' and Mark Ronson's 'No One Knows'.
The 10 best cover versions of all time are:
1. Muse - 'Feeling Good'
2. The Beatles - 'Twist & Shout'
3. Johnny Cash - 'Hurt'
4. Jimi Hendrix - 'Hey Joe'
5. Nirvana - 'Where Did You Sleep Last Night'
6. The Clash - 'I Fought The Law'
7. Jeff Buckley - 'Hallelujah'
8. Jimi Hendrix - 'All Along The Watchtower'
9. Marvin Gaye - 'I Heard It Through The Grapevine'
10. The White Stripes - 'I Just Don't Know What To Do With Myself''
-From the Nme website