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Lorde Works in Mysterious Ways?

Plus, Mark Kozelek attacks The War on Drugs (the band, not the failed government program) and Don Henley sues a small-time T-shirt maker

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 15, 2014
A Spin writer misguidedly attacks South Park and South Park pointedly bites back, Mark Kozelek wages an inexplicable war on indie rockers The War on Drugs and Don Henley sues a T-shirt company for making a shirt that says, "Don a Henley and Take It Easy."   

Afghan Whigs, The Eagles and Booty Dance

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 22, 2009
Defunct Cincinnati-bred rockers The Afghan Whigs have a great rare track posted on their MySpace page: a cover of John Lennon's "Woman," originally recorded for a planned (then shelved) Lennon tribute album in the mid-'90s. The group had trouble with the song initially because it was based around a looped sample from The Beatles' McCartney-penned hit "The Long and Winding Road," and Sir Paul refused permission for them to use it.  

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