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News Ticker: DMX, Lady Gaga, Stars, The Doors

March 10, 2010 8:35 AM ET

 

  • DMX was arrested for violating the terms of his probation, admitting he'd used cocaine over the last nine months, Reuters reports. The rapper is currently in a Phoenix jail.

     

     

  • Lady Gaga is coming to Rock Band: the pop star's first track pack includes "Bad Romance," "Just Dance," "Monster" and "Poker Face" — and as a special bonus, the version of "Poker Face" Eric Cartman made famous on South Park will also be up for sale in the game's Music Store next week.

     

     

  • Canadian rockers Stars will return with their fifth album, The Five Ghosts, on June 22nd. The band will perform the new disc in its entirety during a U.S. tour this summer.

     

     

  • The soundtrack to the Doors documentary When You're Strange, due April 6th, will include Jim Morrison's poetry as read by Johnny Depp, who narrates the film. Rhino will also reissue the band's Absolutely Live and Live in New York as 180-gram double-album sets on March 16th.

 

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