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Obituaries: Ohio Players Founder, "No Woman, No Cry" Songwriter Prince Plots Three New Albums for 2009: "This Music Is Nasty, But It's Not Dirty" The Dead Reunite For First Tour In Five Years The Year in Breaking Artists: Fleet Foxes, Jamey Johnson and More Las Vegas Faker Than Usual on New Year's Eve On the Charts: Taylor Swift, Beyonce and Britney Spears Lead the Charge in Big Sales Week Guns n' Roses Guitarist Denies "Chinese Democracy" Tour Rumor Devendra Banhart's Megapuss Joins Fab Moretti's Little Joy for New Video The Year of the Collaboration: Patrick Stump, T-Pain, Elvis Costello Death Cab For Cutie's Ben Gibbard, She & Him's Zooey Deschanel Engaged Is the Guns n' Roses "Better" Video Being Delayed By Metallica's Lars Ulrich? Foo Fighters, Coldplay, Jennifer Hudson Set to Honor Neil Diamond at MusiCares Gala Major Labels Consider Hulu Partnership, New Music Video Site as Alternatives to YouTube Count Five Singer John Byrne Dead at 61, Penned "Psychotic Reaction" Beastie Boys Reissue "Paul's Boutique" for 20th anniversary John Lennon Appears Digitally In New "One Laptop Per Child" Ad Levon Helm "Thrilled" Black Crowes Will Record New LP at His Ramble Studio Guns n' Roses Guitarist: "Chinese Democracy" Tour To Start In March My Favorite Reissues: The Black Keys' Dan Auerbach On the Charts: Taylor Swift Continues Holiday Dominance as Cole, Foxx Debut Strong Breaking: The Veronicas Kurt Cobain's Smashed Guitar Sells for $100,000 At Auction Watch Gravy Play Biggie in "Tupac's Dead" Scene From "Notorious" Oasis' Noel Gallagher Has One Christmas Wish DJ AM Files Lawsuit Following Deadly Jet Crash New Year's Eve Rock Guide: From My Morning Jacket to Wu-Tang Clan MTV Orders More Reality Shows, Avoids Music Spears' "Circus" Tour Picks Up Madonna Choreographer As Father's Financial Hold Grows Stronger Beyonce Is Fiercely Confusing in Baffling Video for "Diva" Bruce Springsteen Talks "Working on a Dream:" "There Was Enough Fuel for the Fire to Keep Going" Bruce Springsteen Plans Wal-Mart Only "Greatest Hits" Kelly Clarkson's New Single "My Life Would Suck Without You" Hits Radio January 19th U2 Plot Five "No Line on the Horizon" Editions Watch All-American Rejects' Gypsy-Punk Cover of Britney's "Womanizer" Biographer Claims Michael Jackson Seriously Ill, MJ's Reps Deny It Robert Plant Remains "Great Friends" With Jimmy Page, Still Plans To Do "Different Things" AC/DC Singer Johnson Putting "Thoughts And Anecdotes" Into New Book Warner Music Group Pulls Videos From YouTube As Talks Break Down Less Than Jake, 3OH!3, Underoath Lead The Caravan For 2009 Warped Tour RIAA's Gaze Turns From Users to ISPs in Piracy Fight Taylor Swift Reveals Her First-Ever Performance Was in Drag on "E True Hollywood Story" Meet Crooked X, The Quartet of 14-Year-Olds MTV, Kiss and "Rock Band" Adore McCartney On Lost "Carnival" Track: Don't Expect "Strawberry Fields" Prince Debuts New Funk Song On Mysterious Website Madonna, Jonas Brothers Top Secondary-Ticket Sales In StubHub Year-End Report Prince Premieres Four New Songs On L.A.'s Indie 103; New Album On the Way Why "Black Ice" Beat "Chinese Democracy": The Tale of Wal-Mart Vs. Best Buy Moby Sucks It Up Alongside Iggy Pop, Alice Cooper in Vampire Flick U2 Sell Off Live Nation Stock as Value of Concert Giant's Shares Fall CD Sales' Coldest Winter: December Numbers Plummeting
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