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5 HOURS AGO - TMZ

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Singer Eric Bloom in 'Blue Oyster Cult': 'Memba Him?!

With songs like "(Don't Fear) The Reaper" and "Burnin' For You" -- Eric Bloom gained fame by fronting the '70s rock band Blue Oyster Cult. Guess what he looks like now! 

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8 HOURS AGO - Empire News

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Doug Liman Targets Railhead

He may adapt a new sci-fi novelHe’s just about to bring a sci-fi story from the page to the big screen with Edge Of Tomorrow, and it looks like Doug Liman is ready to raid the shelves again for a potential future project. He’s in talks to direct an adaptation of Philip Reeve’s children’s book Railhead.The book crafts a futuristic ...

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10 HOURS AGO - TV Guide

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American Idol: Who Blew the Judges Away?

American Idol has officially entered the homestretch. With less than a month to go in Season 13, we're at the point where each contestant will have to tackle not one, but two songs per show. Tonight's theme? "A little bit country, a little bit rock 'n' roll." With 12 performances to squeeze in, the show doesn't waste any time in ...

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12 HOURS AGO - San Francisco Chronicle

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Album Review: Pixies' 'Indie Cindy' underwhelms

Pixies - Rock Here's a serious side effect of a successful band reunion: the new studio album. A few tracks, such as "Greens and Blues" and "Blue Eyed Hexe," sound like vague approximations of old Pixies songs, but mostly this sounds like one of frontman Frank Black's more recent solo albums - generic, sluggish and delivered with minimal effort.

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13 HOURS AGO - Yahoo! News

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Bon Jovi helps open low-income housing in Philly

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Jon Bon Jovi's hit tune "Who Says You Can't Go Home?" took on new meaning Tuesday as the rock star cut the ribbon on a namesake housing development for low-income residents and the formerly homeless in Philadelphia.

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