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Plus: Lil Wayne's First Free Day, Ronnie Scaife Dies

November 5, 2010 11:06 AM ET

Lil Wayne's First Day of Freedom in Photos
With celebrations scheduled in Las Vegas and Miami, Lil Wayne has big plans for his first weekend of freedom. But his first day out of jail was a private one with his family, judging by a tweet sent late Thursday ("With the family.....perfekto.....R.I.P. Huddy6...Harlem stand up!"). Two photos from yesterday have been made public: one of him leaving jail in a car and another of him sitting beside a computer. [MTV News]

Aerosmith 'Destined' to Make 'Old-School' Album, Drummer Says
Aerosmith drummer Joey Kramer spoke hopefully about the band recording a new album, saying, "My brothers and I are destined to make another record in the next year or so. It's going to be an old-school Aerosmith record. We're going to do it the old way with the whole band [in the same room] and it should be a good one." [Spinner.com]

Country songwriter Ronnie Scaife Dies
Country music songwriter Ronnie Scaife died Wednesday after suffering a brain hemorrhage at his Tennessee home. His hits include Marty Stuart and Travis Tritt's "The Whiskey Ain't Workin," Garth Brooks' "Alabama Clay," Johnny Paycheck's "Me and the IRS" and many others. Scaife was 63. [TheBoot.com ]

Jagger Supports Campaign to Save 100 Club
Mick Jagger has lent his support to the campaign to save London's long-running 100 Club, a punk stronghold that is threatened with closure due to rising costs. Noting that the Rolling Stones didn't pay at the venue until the 1980s, he said, "We never played the 100 Club when we first started. We couldn't get a gig." [Spinner.com]

Divas Set to Dominate MTV Europe Awards
Winners at Sunday's MTV Europe Awards could be deficient in Y-chromosomes, as Lady Gaga and Katy Perry lead the nominees with five each and Eva Longoria hosting. Perry, Ke$ha, Miley Cyrus, Rihanna and Shakira are slated to appear. [Reuters]

U2, Gaga, Metallica, Swift Win Big at Billboard Touring Awards
U2, Lady Gaga, Metallica and Taylor Swift capped off enormously successful touring years by winning the major awards at the 2010 Billboard Touring Awards Thursday night. Rush and Jack Johnson were also honored at the ceremony. [Billboard]

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“Road to Nowhere”

Talking Heads | 1985

A cappella harmonies give way to an a fuller arrangement blending pop and electro-disco on "Road to Nowhere," but the theme remains constant: We're on an eternal journey to an undefined destination. The song vaulted back into the news a quarter century after it was a hit when Gov. Charlie Crist used it in his unsuccessful 2010 campaign for the U.S. Senate in Florida. "It's this little ditty about how there's no order and no plan and no scheme to life and death and it doesn't mean anything, but it's all right," Byrne said with a chuckle.

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