This week Miley Cyrus drops a surprise album after hosting the MTV VMAs, The Weeknd releases his latest installment of intoxicating R&B-flavored pop, Beach House continue to make more enveloping dream-pop, rap-rockers Crazy Town return after a 13-year break, Yo La Tengo deliver a spiritual sequel
Online dating just got edgier. None other than Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst, 43, stepped away from the mic and behind the camera to direct a eHarmony commercial. "Our CEO Dr. Neil Clark Warren is on set today filming new commercials w/ Director @freddurst ! #behindthescenes #epic," the company
quicklist: 1 title: Mick Jagger Was Not Katy Perry's Teenage Dream text: One thing Mick Jagger and Katy Perry agree on is that there was no "Firework" between them. In an interview with an Australian radio show this week, Perry, 29, said she sang backup on a Jagger song in 2004. She also said she
Good news, pot-smoking Olympians: the agency that sets the rules around Olympic drug use is loosening its standards for marijuana. Basically, the new rules will test for people smoking in the hours or days before a competition instead of weeks and months. The policy change might affect other
What a strange year it was for music. If you want to know what the sound of 2010 was, it was really almost impossible to pin down. If you went outside the world of over-processed pop, everything sounded retro in...
Wes Borland on the band's nine-year hiatus and its new album, "Gold Cobra."
Carmen Electra and Dave Navarro turned their 2003 wedding into MTV's "Till Death Do Us Part," which, in syndication, may be renamed "'Till Cancellation, Separation or Something Better Comes Along." Perhaps if the reality show had lasted into a second season, we would know how this match made on
World peace. Thermal socks. A '57 Chevy. A deer rifle. New teeth. "A nice battery-operated clock to hang above the fireplace." More time with the kids. "Health -- and a little bottle of whisky." And what would you like for Christmas? Sampling, data collection and tabulation for this poll were done
This Story Was Originally Broadcast June 4, 2004. Doug Forbis is accustomed to questions about his appearance. He handles them with aplomb, especially if they come from children. "The adults give me weird glances but they don't say anything, so I don't bother," Doug said. "But with the kids I
Just because a song was a hit doesn't mean it was any good. At least that's the thought behind Blender magazine's list of the top 50 worst songs that became big hits. The magazine's choices for "The 50 Worst Songs Ever" is on newsstands today in New York and Los Angeles, and is out nationwide on