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New Music and Videos: Soundgarden, Cee-lo, Trent Reznor

September 17, 2010 1:32 PM ET

Soundgarden: "Black Rain" Video
In a battle over a future Seattle, an animated Soundgarden fight alien spaceships and translucent monsters. For this, we have Metalocalypse director Brendon Small, who helmed the video, to thank. [Spinner]

Cee-Lo: "I Want You"
This romantic new cut off The Lady Killer stands in stark contrast to Cee-Lo's viral sensation "Fuck You." [We All Want Someone to Shout For]

Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross: Five Songs from The Social Network Score
Trent Reznor and his frequent collaborator Atticus Ross have posted a free download of five tracks from their score for David Fincher's The Social Network. The entire score will go on sale for $2.99 exclusively at the Amazon MP3 store on September 30th, with a CD release planned for later in the year. [Null Co.]

Neil Young: "Hitchhiker" Video
Earlier this week, Neil Young premiered the black-and-white video for his Le Noise song "Angry Young Man." Like that one, the "Hitchhiker" video shows Young, guitar in hand, rocking out alone in a mansion as images are projected on the ceiling above. [Stereogum]

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