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Jimmy Fallon Taps the Twitterverse for the Best Misheard Lyrics

Jimmy Fallon is a music fanatic and he’s always searching for a way to incorporate it into his show. His most recent skit continued the trend as he looked to capture some of the most […]

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Students Confirm: The Proclaimers’ 1000 Mile Journey is Possible

A map studies the physics of The Proclaimers’ song, ‘I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles)’ (left), the official video for said ear worm (right); Photo: Kenneth Field (left), YouTube (right) Scottish singer-songwriters The Proclaimers are best […]

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Google’s Autocomplete Hilariously Butchers The Killers’ ‘Mr. Brightside’

Twitter user @DOGGEAUX’s ‘Mr. Brightside’ tweet; Photo: Twitter The autocomplete function in Google can be unpredictable, so much so that it’s likely sent you down a wormhole that you didn’t initially intend on going down, […]

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RIFF’d: Kid Rock’s ‘Sweet Southern Sugar’

Kid Rock‘s 11th studio album, Sweet Southern Sugar, is affirmation of what the pop world has known all along, that age will not be kind to Kid Rock. With only ten songs on the docket he […]

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Lana Del Rey Retires Controversial Song ‘Cola’

Lana Del Rey; Photo: Facebook In light of recent events, Lana Del Rey has announced that she will be retiring the song “Cola” from her sets. The song has attracted attention because it has long […]

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Original Lyrics to David Bowie’s ‘Starman’ Go Up For Auction

The handwritten, working lyrics to David Bowie’s ‘Starman’ (left), the Thin White Duke (right); Photo: Julien’s  The legend of Ziggy Stardust grows daily, which has made any Bowie-related ephemera a hot ticket item. Recently a […]

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RIFF’d: Destroyer’s ‘Ken’

With his 12th studio album, ken, Dan Bejar adds another dense, enigmatic chapter to the Destroyer legacy. In typical fashion he chronicles the journey in such a way that blends the familiar with the abstract. He […]

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RIFF’d: Beck’s ‘Colors’

For his thirteenth studio album Colors, Beck leaves the abstractions behind to convey in plain English the seismic growth he’s experienced over the past two years. It’s an older, wiser Beck who is approaching life […]

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RIFF’d: Marilyn Manson’s ‘Heaven Upside Down’

After a lengthy delay, Marilyn Manson returns with his tenth studio album Heaven Upside Down. Initially the project was slated to be released on Valentine’s day, but dissatisfaction led Manson to reconsider the creative direction. […]

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RIFF’d: Prophets of Rage’s ‘Prophets of Rage’

The Prophets of Rage‘s self-titled debut is a prime example of how a good idea can flounder when it is poorly executed. All parties involved are legends in their own right, but together they only […]

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