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Zombie Gangnam Style
Since Halloween is almost here, you're probably wondering "What are those gosh darn Zombeatles up to?" 

You may remember their album "Meet the Zombeatles," or their highly acclaimed documentary "The Zombeatles: All You Need is Brains."
These days the undead alteregos of our friends the Gomers are getting very restless, as they search high and low for more brains to hold! They're hoping to create an animated feature all about the band and their flesh eating ways, and need your help via kickstarter. (Click here for more info).

But despite their busy schedule, they have gotten caught up in the "Gangnam Style" craze, with a very Zombeatles twist.

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New Album Releases 10/22/12
Colbie Caillat Christmas in the Sand
Gary Clark Jr. Black & Blu
The Black Keys The Tour Rhearsal Tapes
The Doors Live at the Bowl '68
Peter Gabriel So (25th Anniversary Deluxe Edition)
The Killers Battle Born (Exclusive Uber Deluxe)
The Doors Live at the Bowl '68 DVD
Peter Gabriel Classic Albums: So DVD
Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds International Magic: Live at the O2 DVD
Muse The Only Ones You Know DVD
Sam & Dave The Sam & Dave Show
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New Album Releases 10/16/12
Trey Anastasio Traveler
Bon Iver Beth-Rest
Donald Fagen Sunken Condos
A Fine Frenzy Pines
Ben Gibbard Former Lives
Omar & The Howlers Too Much Is Not Enough
ZZ Ward Til The Casket Drops
Widespread Panic Wood
Gov't Mule The Georgia Bootleg Box
Ben Harper By My Side
Neon Trees Picture Show: Deluxe Edition
Steve Winwood Arc Of A Diver: Edpanded Edition
Kate Bush The Only Girl In The World
Neil Young Neil Young Journeys
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Green Day on CSI:New York
This Friday night's episode of CSI:New York is going to be a little different. For one thing, this is an episode you're going to want to turn up loud!

Music from Green Day's album Uno! as well as the forthcoming Dos! and Tres! records will be featured exclusively...no other soundtrack music will be used.

So this is a great opportunity to get an idea of what the next two albums will be like..and enjoy some gritty violent drama as well.

What's extra cool about this? The entire first thirty minutes of the show will have no dialog at all.

Watch Friday night at 8pm central on CBS.
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I'm Shakin'! New Jack White video
Jack White's proud of his R&B roots, and he really shows them off with the song "I'm Shakin."

A song off White's first solo album, it's a cover of a Little Willie John song (the same guy who wrote and first performed the song "Fever.")

In the new video for the song, Jack White battles himself...a black White vs. a white White!

The video was directed by Dori Oskowitz.  Hope you enjoy!
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Rolling Stones: Doom and Gloom
The Rolling Stones have released their first new studio recording in seven years!
 
"Doom and Gloom" will be part of a 50-song greatest hits package, called Grrr! which comes out November 13th in the United States.

You'll be able to buy it on CD and vinyl, or as a deluxe edition, or if you're really hardcore, you can get the super deluxe version.

The fancy schmancy super deluxe box will include a couple of books, a poster, some postcards, a bonus CD of previously unreleased first ever studio recordings, a cottage where Mick Jagger spent the weekend with Marianne Faithful, and one of Charlie Watts' impeccable suits!

Okay, that might be a slight exaggeration.

Check out Doom and Gloom here.
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New Releases 10/9/12
The Wallflowers Glad All Over Buy
Suzanne Vega Close-Up Vol. 4 Buy
BB King Ladies & Gentleman Buy
Taj Mahal Playlist Buy
Old 97's Too Far To Care Buy
Mindy Smith The Essential Mindy Smith Buy
Amy Winehouse The Album Collection Buy
The Beatles Magical Mystery Tour DVD Buy
The Who Live in Texas 75 DVD Buy
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First new Wallflowers album in 7 years
The Wallflowers are out with their first new album since Rebel, Sweetheart in 2005. 

Glad All Over features, in addition to Jakob Dylan,  original Wallflowers' bassist Greg Richling and keyboard player Rami Jaffee, as well as drummer Jack Irons (Red Hot Chili Peppers, Pearl Jam, Joe Strummer's Latino Rockabilly War) and guitarist Stuart Mathis.

Dylan also nabbed Mick Jones from the Clash to do a little singing on "Reboot the Mission."

Rolling Stone gives the record 3 stars and says" the group has picked up where it left off: with sharp roots-rock songs full of sturdy hooks, deadpan jokes and pathos that sneaks up on you."

The Wallflowers are touring in support of Glad All Over, playing songs from the new album as well as old faves. They play the Majestic Theatre October 29th. Ticket info here.
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Listen: Adele's James Bond theme
If you want to see the new James Bond movie, Skyfall, you have to wait until November 5th.

If you want to hear the theme song from the movie, sung by the darling of the planet, Adele, the wait is over. The song was officially released October 5th, which is the 50th anniversary of the first James Bond movie, Dr. No.

She co-wrote the song "Skyfall" with Paul Epworth..and most critics say it really has that James Bond vibe.

What do you think?
 
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New Album Releases 10/2/12
Van Morrison Born to Sing: No Plan B Buy
Muse The 2nd Law Buy
Beth Orton Sugaring Season Buy
Tristan Prettyman Cedar + Gold Buy
The Tragically Hip Now For Plan A Buy
Marvin Gaye Anthology: The Best Of Buy
Grateful Dead Dick's Picks: Vol. 27 Buy
Elton John 5 Classic Albums 1970-1973 Buy
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