Saturday, September 23, 2017

Wu-Tang Clan Are Firing Back With New LP

The much anticipated new Wu-Tang Clan album, The Saga Continues, will arrive next month. 

Now, the iconic Staten Island hip-hop group has released the cover, tracklisting, and guest list of the new record. 

Take a look at the cover, above, and the tracklisting, below, and hear the new single. "Lesson Learned." 

“The Saga Continues Intro” f. RZA
“Lesson Learn’d” f. Inspectah Deck & Redman
“Fast and Furious” f. Hue Hef & Raekwon
“Famous Fighters (Skit)”
“If Time Is Money (Fly Navigation)” f. Method Man
“Frozen” f. Method Man, Killah Priest & Chris Rivers
“Berto and the Fiend (Skit) f. Ghostface Killah
“Pearl Harbor” f. Ghostface Killah, Method Man, RZA & Sean Price
“People Say” f. Redman and Wu-Tang Clan.
“Family (Skit)”
“Why Why Why” f. RZA & Swnkah
“G’d Up” f. Method Man, R-Mean & Mzee Jones
“If What You Say Is Tru” f. Wu-Tang Clan and Streetlife
“Saga (Skit)” f. RZA
“Hood Go Bang!” f. Redman & Method Man
“My Only One” f. Ghostface Killah, Cappadonna & Steven Latorre
“The Saga Continues (Outro)” f. RZA

Billie Joe Armstrong on 'Fallon'

Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong appeared solo on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon Friday and performed his band's hit, "Ordinary World." Take a look.

Paloma Faith Details New Album

In November, Paloma Faith will release her new album, The Architect. 

In a press release, she said of the record: “‘The Architect’ is a social observation record. I was adamant that I wouldn’t write about love. I wanted to look outside of myself. I’m coming at politics from the perspective of the common man or woman, observing why people are suffering. Each song on the record is about a different pocket of the socio-political world that I’ve been delving into. I wanted to write something more modern. On previous albums I’ve been more concerned with the past, but now I’m looking forward because of motherhood and wanting to change things for a better future. It’s a marriage of old and new.”

Take a look at the cover, above, and the tracklisting, below:

1. Evolution ft. Samuel L. Jackson
2. The Architect
3. Guilty
4. Crybaby
5. I’ll Be Gentle ft. John Legend
6. Politics of Hope ft. Owen Jones
7. Kings and Queens
8. Surrender
9. Warrior
10. Til I’m Done
11. Lost and Lonely
12. Still Around
13. Pawns ft. Baby N’Sola, Janelle Martin & Naomi Miller
14. WW3
15. Love Me As I Am

Friday, September 22, 2017

The Killers on 'Colbert'

Watch The Killers perform "The Man" on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.

Depeche Mode Release David Bowie Cover

Depeche Mode celebrated the 40th anniversary of David Bowie's "Heroes," a song they have been frequently doing on their current tour, and now officially released a version of it. Take a look.

JAY-Z Does His Linkin Park Mashup For BBC1

JAY-Z appeared in the BBC Radio 1 Lounge and performed “Family Feud,” did a quick interview as well as his Linkin Park mashup of "Numb / Encore." Take a look.

Thursday, September 21, 2017

VINTAGE CLIP: Marilyn Manson on 'Jon Stewart Show' in 1995

As Marilyn Manson gears up for the release of his new album, Heaven Upside Down, take a look at his first TV performance on MTV's The Jon Stewart Show in 1995 where he performed "Lunchbox."

Squeeze Detail New Album

Next month, iconic new wave band Squeeze will release their new album, The Knowledge. 

“It is such a pleasure to say that in 2017 we have delivered our best ever record. Playing back the album I can feel the love we still have as songwriters, and for each other. It’s been some journey, and I hope it goes on for many years to come,” singer Chris Difford said in a press release. 

Take a look at the cover, above, and the tracklisting, below:

  1. Innocence In Paradise
  2. Patchouli
  3. A&E
  4. Every Story
  5. Rough Ride
  6. Departure Lounge
  7. Final Score
  8. Please Be Upstanding
  9. The Ones
  10. Albatross
  11. Elmers End
  12. Two Forks

Miguel on 'Colbert'

Watch Miguel perform "Skywalker" and "Come Through and Chill" on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.

Foo Fighters Do 'Carpool Karaoke'

Foo Fighters were the special guests on The Late Late Show last night and did host's James Corden's famous Carpool Karaoke segment. Take a look.