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Lollapalooza 2011 Day 2: Kids Crashed Fences, Chain Gang of 1974, Ween, DOM and Eminem Played On

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The kids were not alright yesterday, as hundreds of them evaded the new airport scanners and crashed a Western, 15-foot fence, booking into the concrete jungle for a taste of Day Two. At the time, Ween was at the tail-end of “Bananas and Blow.” But it wouldn’t be a bad typecast to say Southern headliner Slim Shady had some influence.

8 Aug 2011 | More

Beirut Announce ‘The Rip Tide’ Album Details and Summer Tour

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‘The Rip Tide’, Beirut’s latest album, four years in the making, will be released August 30th via Pompeii Records (and Revolver in the U.S.), a label started by the band’s Zach Condon. Since no large labels were involved, it means full creative control for the band.

7 Jun 2011 | More