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Eminem Wants to Change, But Still 'Not Afraid' to Swear

Rapper talks of taking fatherhood seriously while using his usual explicit language.

Vinyl LP's: Still Making a Comeback

Maybe someday they will finally arrive...

Neil Young's Electric Car Songs Make Some Regret That 'Rust Never Sleeps'

Erratic artist about to test fan loyalty with an album about eco-cars.

Profane and Sexual Album Gets Grammy Nod

All but one song on Lil Wayne's top-selling album contain questionable content.

MTV Host Russell Brand, "Intelligent...Philosophical" Bush-Hater

Some of Brand's musings: Calling President Bush a "retarded cowboy" and telling Americans they must vote for Barack Obama "on behalf of the world."

Critic Swallows Repellent Inanities from Leftist Artist Laurie Anderson

An odious comparison goes unchallenged: "'Homeland' deals partly with the loss of freedom in a security state and partly with the Iraq war and contemporary war in general. Ms. Anderson evokes ...

Times Aching for Singer Akon, Dropped by Verizon for Simulated Sex With Teen

The Times defends an R&B singer who simulated sex onstage with a 14-year-old girl: "Yet others say...Verizon acted unfairly, and perhaps without considering whether Akon could have known his ...

Media Operate in Concert with Gore's Music Plans

Print, broadcast ignore hypocrisy of a 'green' event that could pollute every continent.

Politicized Grammys: "Vindication" for the Dixie Chicks and "Freedom of Expression"

The awards...ended a desolate period in which their music was boycotted and banned by country music stations, their CDs were burned and smashed, and group member's lives were threatened."

Dixie Chicks Triumphant

How sweet: "After death threats, boycotts and a cold shoulder from the country music establishment, the Dixie Chicks gained sweet vindication Sunday night...."
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