Newsweek Fawns Over Lady Gaga's Music Videos

Ramin Setoodeh gushes that pop starts videos have revitalized industry, ignores controversies surrounding them.

Pop Star M.I.A.'s Suicide Bomber Song: Sounds Like 'I Really Love Allah'

'Lovalot' about how singer 'commiserates' with wife of slain Islamic terrorist.

'Today' Goes Goo-Goo for Gaga

NBC morning show fawns over risqué pop star, ignores controversies.

Media Praise Catholic-Bashing Lady Gaga Video

'Alejandro' features homoerotic, S&M, religious imagery in what some call 'blasphemy.'

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 ...
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