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  • More Than Just Music
  • More Than Just Music

    Metalcore band We Came as Romans isn’t just yelling, but telling kids to believe in themselves
      In 2008, the members of We Came as Romans knew they were at a crossroads. Their debut EP n 2008, the members of We Came as Romans knew they were at a crossroads. Their debut EP Dreams was eithe
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  • Anatomy of a Band
  • Anatomy of a Band

    After 25 years, Cowboy Junkies lay out the four albums that make up their personality
      Having been together for more than 25 years and released some 20 albums, there is no shortage of Cowboy Junkies music to explore. But there’s no better primer for the band’s music than The
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  • Good + Evil = Rock
  • Good + Evil = Rock

    Cain and Abel? Scar and Mufasa? Cursive adds another pair of dueling brothers to the classic storytelling theme
      A new album is always a welcome event for any band’s fans. But with Cursive, it’s not just because it means there’s fresh music to hear and enjoy. It’s more because no one is e
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  • The Boys From Boston
  • The Boys From Boston

    Juggling concept albums and movie soundtracks, and playing baseball parks and concert halls, the Dropkick Murphys remain a crowd favorite
      Wanted: A musician to join established band that tours worldwide and has released six previous studio albums to play banjo, mandolin, bouzouki, guitar and keyboards. Had the Dropkick Murphys pl
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  • Losing Time
  • Losing Time

    Tyson Ritter had to lose himself a little to find All-American Rejects’ new record
      Tyson Ritter probably wouldn’t mention his name in the same breath as John Lennon’s. That’s not a slight to Ritter or his band, the All-American Rejects -í‚ a group th
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  • Strange Fruit
  • Strange Fruit

    Primus might be a little older, but they're just as weird as ever.
      Primus might be a little older, but they're just as weird as ever.
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  • Hey Mr. DJ
  • Hey Mr. DJ

    Steve Aoki rose to DJ fame fast, and today, he's trying something brand-new.
      Steve Aoki rose to DJ fame fast, and today, he's trying something brand-new.
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  • How to Save a Band
  • How to Save a Band

    All it took was a little help from the Muppets to save the Fray.
      Suddenly, they remembered that this âeuro;” making music, being paid to do it âeuro;” was a dream come true. âeuro;œIâeuro;™m not making coffee anymore. Heâeuro;™s not apprais- ...continued on next page.
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  • Team Effort
  • Team Effort

    Think Wilco is all about Tweedy? Think again.
      But now, seven albums deep, that might not be totally true anymore. In fact, one thing that is immediately apparent in talking to Wilco guitarist Nels Cline is that, as much as Tweedy is bandleader and songwriter, other voices can be heard on the groupâeuro;™s albums.
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  • Check Yourself
  • Check Yourself

    Hard-rocking, hard-partying band Hinder did a gut-check at the perfect time.
      “We decided, all right, if [the drop in sales] was our fault and if the record wasn’t good enough, then we’re not going to take that chance again,” Hanson said. “We’re going to go out and we’re going to do everything in our power to make sure that this thing is as good as it can be.
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  • Studio Sounds
  • Studio Sounds

    Joe Satriani wants you to feel his pain.
      “That’s what ruined me from ever being a good studio musician,” he says. “I just was not good at it because I felt I was trying to strangle some part of me. … I have to let things out. I dredge things up. I amplify them, and I put them to music. Only then do I feel like I’ve done the right thing.
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  • Roll With It
  • Roll With It

    When Creed reunited, Spokane's Myles Kennedy wasn’t too concerned.
      “It was funny because I was getting a lot of like sympathy. People were like ‘Oh, I’m really sorry to hear what happened,’” Kennedy says. “I’m like ‘It’s going to be fine. Trust me.
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  • Honky-Tonk Hootie
  • Honky-Tonk Hootie

    What happened to Hootie without the Blowfish? Country music, actually.
      But, it seems, a whole lot of people can make sense of Rucker being a country singer. Since releasing his debut album on Capitol Nashville in fall 2008, the singer has seen three singles — “Don’t Think I Don’t Think About It,” “It Won’t Be Like This For Long” and “Alright” — go to No.
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  • Lady Luck
  • Lady Luck

    Every thing that Lady Antebellum thinks won't work, usually does.
      “We wish we could have put it out last year,” multiinstrumentalist Dave Haywood says. “But I’ll tell you, we wouldn’t trade it for the world.” Because of the delay, Haywood says, the group found “two or three songs” that substantially improved the album.
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  • Black Diamonds
  • Black Diamonds

    Mastodon gets better and better with every record.
      Just hours before their guitarist’s brain hemorrhaged, putting him in a three-day coma, Mastodon had finished one of the most important and high-profile performances of its career — playing “Colony of Birchmen” at the 2007 MTV Video Music Awards with Queens of the Stone Age frontman Josh Homme.
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  • Solitary Man
  • Solitary Man

    He’s done the rock thing, but now A.A. Bondy is trying to make music that makes him happy
      Bondy, a solo artist from Birmingham, Alabama, who made his name in the ‘90s fronting the now-defunct band Verbena, is quick to say he doesn’t think the music he’s making as a solo artist is rewriting any definitions of music. He admits that this is new to him, that he’s got work to do before he’ll feel original.
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  • Labor Love
  • Labor Love

    Sometimes even seasoned rockers like Doug Martsch get creatively fatigued
      “I think it happens with any record, where you just become kind of burned out and you’re wondering why you’re even bothering doing it, all the things you liked about the music, you can’t even remember… So there’s a lot of — for me there’s a lot of self-doubt about whether or not I should even be bothering to do this.
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  • Blueprints

      by ALAN SCULLEY & r & & r & & lt;span class= & quot;dropcap & quot; & L & lt;/span & ast February, for the first time in its young career, AnBerlin went into a CD knowing it had something to live up to. The group's second CD, 2005's Never Take Friendship Personal, had sold nearly 150,00
  • Jam Again

      Pearl Jam guitarist Mike McCready has basically one thing to say about
  • Tonight's the Night

      Why would Rod Stewart - the rooster-haired bad boy of cheesy '70s excess and urban legend -- record not one but two albums of easy listening-type standards? Is it a calculated attempt to reinvent the singer's image and tap into the vast Nor
  • Bedwetters No More

      This past December, Coldplay was in the United States playing a series of radio-sponsored shows. The English group had gone through this ritual once before - a way of saying thanks to the stations that have supported their music - roughly
  • Meteora Shower

      Last fall, when Linkin Park released Reanimation, a remix album in which a variety of guest producers and performers created radically new versions of songs from the band's 2000 mega-hit, Hybrid Theory, it created some apprehension among l
  • Every Cloud

      Bonnie Raitt's run of success that began with her 1990 hit album Nick of Time has brought obvious benefits to her career - including financial wealth, critical acclaim and industry awards that have made her one of the most honored and resp
  • Ozzy Exposed

      Everyone's favorite madman, Ozzy Osbourne, is well aware that six years is a hell of long time to go between studio albums. But listening to him describe his outlook on recording these days, fans should be happy that his latest album of ne

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