Moby to be evicted

April 1, 2008

Moby could be evicted from his Los Angeles house for making “excessive noise”.

The ‘Go’ singer, who bought a $3 million house in the Hollywood Hills district in January with close friend and fashion designer Stacey Bendet, has been warned by neighbours not to go ahead with plans to convert his garage into a recording studio.

Pop superstar Prince suffered the same fate when he made too much noise while living in the area.

The neighbour added to the New York Post newspaper: “We just kicked Prince off the street for making excessive noise.”

One neighbour said: “Moby is turning the garage into his studio and the neighbours are all up in arms. He should be careful though.”

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Mariah London signing today

April 1, 2008

mariah_carey_15.jpgMulti platinum selling, award winning superstar Mariah Carey is in London to promote her new single and album.

The musical scene ‘ Touch My Body ’, now #1 to the USA I the chart of Tunes, has been released this week. Its new album, following to 10 million sales #1 albums Emancipation Mimi, is absent on 14th of April, granted right E=MC ².

Mariah will be in Self-ribs in London signing repetitions of its last musical scene April, 1st 2008. It will arrive through a shop front entrance effective sort in 4.55pm a sharp.

Radiohead to release Nude

March 19, 2008

radio.jpgThe second single to be taken from “In Rainbows” is “Nude” and will be released March 31st by XL Recordings.

7 ‘ will show so marginal ‘ the Warning of 4 minutes ’ while CD will be delivery, the track ‘ Is new Below ’.

Both songs were accessible before only on editing with the limited circulation ‘ In pavilion of Rainbows.
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Arctic Monkeys new album

March 19, 2008

monk.jpgSheffield lads, Arctic Monkeys, are on track to release their third album this year.
The follow up to ‘Favourite Worst Nightmare’ is well under way in a secret London location.

A ‘source’ told the Daily Star: “A lot of people were surprised to see Arctics at the Brits as it’s usually the kind of event they steer clear of. The reason they went is because they’ve been down in London working on new material and fancied a night off to relax.

Nikki Sixx proud of Motley legacy

March 19, 2008

sixx.jpgNikki Sixx says, that he can look at Multi-coloured albums Considered as “girls де girls де girls” with  pride, even seen as it bombarded not in sense in this epoch.

Sixx speaks, though he played this music in the environment of its narcomania, he has still created some beautiful songs.
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Diddy denies Tupac murder claims

March 19, 2008

diddy.jpgP Diddy has strongly denied a report in the Los Angeles Times that he was responsible for the 1994 robbery and shooting of Tupac Shakur at a New York.

recording studio, and that he knew about the attack which was methodically planned.

“The story is a lie,” the hip-hop mogul said in a statement Monday. “It is beyond ridiculous and completely false. Neither (the late rapper Notorious B.I.G.) nor I had any knowledge of any attack before, during or after it happened.

“I am loosened, that Los Angeles Times would be so irresponsible to publish such unreasonable and completely the incompatible text.” “Times” has told, that its text has been grounded on records of a federal Criminal police, interview to people on the scene 1994 shootings.

Police top tour poll

December 25, 2007

The Police made more money than any other act in North America with their 2007 tour, it has been confirmed.

Sting and co’s reformed rock titans made their live comeback earlier this year, playing a total of 54 concerts in the US and Canada.

The shows raked in $131.9 million, almost double that of Kenny Chesney and Justin Timberlake in the Top 10.

Celine Dion and Van Halen were fourth and fifth in the survey, which was carried out by American trade publication Pollstar.

The Top 10 is as follows:

01 The Police ($131.9m)
02 Kenny Chesney ($71.1m)
03 Justin Timberlake ($70.6m)
04 Celine Dion ($65.3m)
05 Van Halen ($56.7m)
06 Tim McGraw and Faith Hill ($52.3m)
07 Rod Stewart ($49.0m)
08 Genesis ($47.6m)
09 Josh Groban ($43.0m)
10 Rascal Flatts ($41.5m)

As previously reported, The Police headline the Isle Of Wight Festival alongside the Kaiser Chiefs and the Sex Pistols next summer.

Blunts’s White Isle Christmas

December 24, 2007

They’ll be no repeat TV shows to distract Blunty as he will be holed up in his Ibiza home.

Back To Bedlam Blunt told The Sun: “I don’t have a TV or any gadgets. All I’ve got is my music system and my music collection… singer-songwriters Lou Reed, Leonard Cohen, and Neil Young.”

Despite a reputation as the hardest party-goer on the White Isle, James told how he spent last yuletide penning new material, adding: “Most of the town shuts down so there’s little to distract me.”