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Star producer Moses Schneider, inspiration for the Strokes founder Gordon Raphael, is releasing a second edition of "the alternative workbook" as an e-book with sound samples BERLIN, August
By ELISA BRAY The Strokes' Albert Hammond Jr talks to ELISA BRAY about his new solo album and the things that make him happy Albert Hammond Jr is in London for a whirlwind trip, before he returns back home to New York for the release of his second solo album.
By Jonathan Cohen NEW YORK (Billboard) - Pearl Jam stuck around Thursday night after taping a song for CBS' "The Late Show With David Letterman" to play a 10-song set inside New York's Ed Sullivan Theater for members of its fan club.
LONDON (Reuters) - The Arctic Monkeys, who have ridden a wave of Internet hype to top the charts, stole the headlines at the NME music awards on Thursday with three prizes, including Best British Band.
By Daniel Trotta NEW YORK (Reuters) - Julian Casablancas could be forgiven for acting like a rock star.
By Jonathan Cohen NEW YORK (Billboard) - In 2001, the Strokes transcended the New York club scene in a flash. They became international rock stars, selling 1 million copies of their RCA debut "Is This It" in the United States alone, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
By MICHAEL PAOLETTA NEW YORK (Billboard) - The hype may have faded around New York rock quintet the Strokes, but the band is aiming to create some buzz during the promo tour for its third album, "First Impressions of Earth." Guitarist Albert Hammond Jr.
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