They're not that wussy after all!
World-saving U2 singer Bono today announced the details of his latest project and, as usual, it's not a new U2 album.
Find out what designers played at New York Fashion Week for their runway shows.
Could the machines simply be trying to rid the world of dopey piano balladry?
Plus: New music from the Kooks and Max Vernon!
Plus: New music from David Banner and Liz Phair! (Sadly, these are two separate songs.)
Plus: Nathan Lane is playing Gomez Addams, and Kanye is upset about something.
The CD reaches the band’s trademark soaring melodic heights but with clever instrumentation, experimental production, and teamwork.
Plus: Johnny Rotten on Coldplay, and Ben Gibbard on the cuisine in Brussels.
Approximately 900 billion.
Plus: Angelina finally sets us straight on that vial of Billy Bob's blood.
'Carter III' is set to move a million copies in its first week. Coldplay will probably be lucky if their album sells half that.
Roger Friedman reports that EMI just fired the heads of Capitol and Virgin Records.
From now until something displaces last year's "Umbrella" from the top of our iTunes most-played list, Vulture will be judging the contenders for this year's Song of the Summer.
The continued existence of EMI reportedly depends in large part on whether 'Viva la Vida' sales meet expectations. Uh-oh!
Plus: New music from Wu-Tang Clan and Jeff Daniels!
Plus: New songs from Lil Wayne and Coldplay!
Chris Martin & Co. have "pushed the boundaries of what we expect from an album" and created something "as heavy-going as the Bible but ultimately as rewarding."
We were the first blog on the blogosphere to hear Coldplay's forthcoming Viva la Vida. Please enjoy our fake review.