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Sunday Apr 13 | Metro

NEWI thought Common People was a tuneless dirge, Pulp star admits

Are you ready for a shocker? Pulp drummer Nick Banks has revealed that he originally thought the band's hit Common People was a 'tuneless dirge'.


Related Topix: Pulp, Pop/Rock

Fri Apr 11, 2014


NEWBlogNine of the worst Britpop lyrics you sung but make no sense

Remember when songs on the radio were written for YOU and directly spoke about YOUR experiences at that exact point in time? I think it's called being a teenager.


Related Topix: Pop/Rock

Mon Mar 31, 2014


Girl Talk & Freeway - "Tolerated" (Feat. Waka Flocka Flame) Video

This, right here, is the best music video I've seen in a long-ass time. Philly rap firebreather Freeway and party-starting Pittsburgh producer Girl Talk have teamed up on a new mixtape called Broken Ankles , and today they've gifted us with the video for "Tolerated," the song they debuted onstage last year.


Related Topix: Hip-Hop, Waka Flocka Flame, Pop/Rock

Sat Mar 29, 2014


Top 10 One-Hit-Wonders [News]

Some songs are so damn good that the artist doesn't need to rely on a silly ol' career to make their mint.


Related Topix: Pop/Rock, Entertainment

Tue Mar 25, 2014

CBS News

CTM Playlist: March 25, 2014

We take our music seriously at "CBS This Morning." Keep up with the music we play on the broadcast by following our CBS This Morning Spotify playlist, updated daily and checking CBSThisMorning.com for daily playlist posts.


Related Topix: Playlist, Entertainment, Television, Pop/Rock, Capital Cities


UNKLE, Neneh Cherry, ESG, Chrissie Hynde, Goldie confirmed for James Lavelle's Meltdown

UNKLE , Neneh Cherry , ESG, Chrissie Hynde and Goldie have all been confirmed to appear at Mo' Wax founder James Lavelle 's Meltdown festival.


Related Topix: Electronic, Goldie, Pop/Rock

Sun Mar 23, 2014


the Verve - "The Drugs Don't Work"

"Whenever we played that live there would be rows of grown men crying. It was almost like these guys couldn't cry when they needed to cry, but that song operated like a pressure valve for them and it was okay for them to cry at a big rock concert."


Related Topix: Pop/Rock, Oasis