Rock

Beck and Jack White Have 'Almost an Album's Worth' of Collaborative Material

“I have a lot of stuff with Jack White,” Beck said. “We we probably have almost an album’s worth now just from the last two decades of hanging out.”
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The 10 Best Music Documentaries and Where You Can Watch Them

We look at the ten best music documentaries now available on Netflix, Hulu, Disney+, and Prime Video. Here’s what they are, and here’s where you can watch them.
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Weezer, Cold War Kids, and Mastodon Rock 'Bill & Ted Face the Music' Soundtrack

Weezer, whose song “Beginning Of The End” off their forthcoming ‘Van Weezer’ album is featured in the flick, have just given fans a taste of the epic, guitar-driven soundtrack with a “Wyld Stallyns Edit” of the song.
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Foo Fighters Take It Back to 1995 Tour for Anniversary Merch

After canceling their 25th anniversary “Van Tour” due to stay-at-home orders and venues large and small shutting their doors, Foo Fighters have announced a new run of throwback merch to support a good cause.
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Linkin Park Celebrate 'Hybrid Theory' 20th Anniversary by Dropping Unreleased Song 'She Couldn’t'

Along with the iconic 2000 album in full, the new edition comes with unheard demos, rarities, B-sides, DVDs, over 95 minutes of never-before-seen footage, and other extras.
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‘Collective Soul’ at 25: Ed Roland Reflects on the Album and the Hit He Once Hated

Ed Roland of Collective Soul joined RADIO.COM to discuss the 25th anniversary of their iconic eponymous album. He recalls the fast pace the band had when working on the record and how their hit song “The World I Know” was almost completely different.
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What's Inside Tom Morello's New Book?

The legendary Rage Against The Machine guitarist is gearing up to release a new book called Whatever It Takes chronicling and profiling Morello’s storied career.
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Duff McKagan Talks Mental Health With Lily Cornell: 'Cocaine Is Not Good for Panic Attacks'

Guns N’ Roses bassist Duff McKagan joined Lily Cornell Silver on her weekly IGTV series Mind Wide Open, to discuss his experience managing mental health expectations while struggling from addiction.
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Foo Fighters Honor Trini Lopez: 'You Will Be Missed by Many, Remembered by All'

The death of GRAMMY-nominated ‘60s singer and The Dirty Dozen actor Trini Lopez due to complications from COVID-19 has led the Foo Fighters to open up about the influence the man had on the band.
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Pearl Jam Planning Pay-Per-View Showing of Amazing 2018 Seattle Set

Starting September 4 at 8 PM ET, fans will be able to watch a replay of Pearl Jam’s hometown concert from Seattle’s Safeco Field. The concert took place on August 8, 2018 and was the first of two sold out concerts billed as “The Home Shows.”
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