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LOS ANGELES, Feb. 16, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Grammy winner Rihanna proved once again that she is an extraordinary live performer after delivering two of the most captivating performances at Sunday night's Grammy Awards telecast with fellow nominees Drake and Eminem.
NEW YORK, Dec. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- James Mercer and Brian Burton a/k/a Danger Mouse have completed work on the first album by their new and ongoing band Broken Bells.
By JASON SILVERSTEIN Beck's "Modern Guilt" is a political album in the broadest sense of the term. It doesn't reference anything specific from recent headlines, name-drop any political figures or feature any kind of rally cry that will become especially relevant come election time.
By Rob Lowman Entertainment Video: Gnarls Barkley in action The New York Times described their music as a "psychedelic post- hip-hop sound." A Paste magazine writer called "The Odd Couple""a soundtrack for a tortured superhero." Another critic said it was "miserable exuberance." And Danger Mouse (real name Brian Burton) even told New York magazine that "Crazy" was inspired by Ennio Morricone's score for a spaghetti Western.
By Andrew Eaton BY NOW you probably know all about the new Batman film, The Dark Knight, in cinemas next week. You may have heard that it's very dark - the clue's in the title, after all.
By Greg Kot, Chicago Tribune Jul. 9--Beck's "Modern Guilt" (DGC), out this week, pairs the California pop gadfly with the producer of the moment, Danger Mouse. It would seem to be an ideal pairing, but its promise isn't fully realized.
BECK "Modern Guilt" Grade: C-plus There's a point near the end of "Chemtrails" when elaborate drum fills are exploding like fireworks on the Fourth of July, cymbals are joyously crashing, guitars are raging and all Beck can do is moan over it all like a mopey Brian Wilson with a toothache.
TouchTunes Corporation, the largest out-of-home interactive entertainment network, has announced a special preview of Beck's hotly anticipated new album, "Modern Guilt," via 10,000 digital jukeboxes at locations nationwide.
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- To fire mitraille at.