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RollingStone.com News
April EP to coincide with tour
Friday March 14: As if enlisting Justin Timberlake to be a bass-flogging dolphin on Top of the Pops earlier this year weren't odd enough, the Flaming Lips will issue an EP featuring a cover of Kylie Minogue's "Can't Get You Out of My Head" on April 22nd.

Band hires security to prevent leak of new album
Friday March 14: With school kids burning CDs to sell to friends before the official release date, the threat to the already beleaguered music business is understandable. So record labels are now taking unprecedented steps to protect their merchandise.
Coachella one-off anticipates summer release
Friday March 14: Iggy Pop will reunite with guitarist Ron and drummer Scott Asheton, his original bandmates in the Stooges, for an April 27th performance at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in Indio, California. Former Minutemen bassist Mike Watt will join Iggy and the Stooges for the show, taking the place of original bassist David Alexander, who died in 1975.
After several delays, hip-hop trio to release third album
Friday March 14: It's been almost three years since soulful hip-hop trio Black Eyed Peas released Bridging the Gaps, a vocal tour de force featuring guest spots from Macy Gray, Mos Def, Wyclef Jean and more. It wasn't supposed to take so long for the follow-up to hit the streets -- but finally, in early May, Elephunk will arrive in stores.
First set since 1999 due in April
Friday March 14: Iconic Texas rock trio ZZ Top will release their fourteenth album, titled Mescalero, on April 15th. The set is the follow-up to 1999's XXX, and features fifteen original songs along with a cover of "Tramp," an R&B classic that was a hit for Otis Redding and Carla Thomas in 1967 -- two years before guitarist Billy F.
Lost track to appear on "Essential" collection
Friday March 14: A lost collaboration between Willie Nelson and Aerosmith will surface on The Essential Willie Nelson, due April 1st on Columbia/Legacy. The song, "One Time Too Many," was written by Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler and was recorded in Vancouver in 1987.
Ozzy to announce new bassist, Eminem to skip Oscars
Friday March 14: Ozzy Osbourne will host a special event in Hollywood Monday to introduce his new bassist, and give a debut performance with his new band lineup . .
Carters go "Street," Dylan goes south
Thursday March 13: Brothers Nick and Aaron Carter will guest star on three episodes of Sesame Street this season; Sheryl Crow has also signed on for one episode . .
Rock revivalists at home on the road
Thursday March 13: Southern rock combo Kings of Leon -- featuring Followill family members brothers Nathan, 22, Caleb, 20 and Jared, 16, and cousin Matthew, 18 -- will tour the U.S.
Fifth album finds alt-rockers coming into their own
Thursday March 13: "It's an Eels record for the whole family," assures Eels frontman E, despite the fact that his band's next effort, due June 3rd, is titled Shootenanny. "I realized that it was only a matter of time before we needed some MTV, hip, catch-phrase for shooting spree and I thought, I should be the one [to coin it] and somehow, it fits the music.
Rapper inspired by trip to Ibiza
Thursday March 13: Sean "P. Diddy" Combs is preparing his first-ever dance album for a summer release.
White Stripes, Ween featured on anniversary record
Thursday March 13: Independent Seattle record label Sub Pop will celebrate its fifteenth anniversary with the compilation album, Terminal Sales -- Sub Pop Records 1988-2003: Celebrating 10 Years of Great Records. Sub Pop began in 1988 and helped launch Seattle's grunge movement, releasing albums from Nirvana, Mudhoney and Soundgarden.

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