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'Scrambled eggs / Oh my baby, how I love your legs / Not as much as I love scrambled eggs'
It’s been 54 years since The Beatles blessed us with “Yesterday,” and not a moment goes by that someone somewhere isn’t humming the melancholy melody. “Yesterday” was Paul McCartney’s baby, the product of a midnight eureka moment that went on to become ...
 
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The 22-year-old is the definition of a Pinoy artist making it in the big leagues.
He’s performed at music festivals around the world like Reading, Leeds and—the big one—Coachella. He’s graced the stage of the O2 Arena in London and thrilled audiences in cities all across Great Britain, the U.S. and Asia as the support act to ...
 
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The actor takes you on a journey to the places he has been.
Many know John Lloyd Cruz by the different characters he has played in rom-coms and feel-good films. Okay, maybe sometimes he makes you cry by giving you the puppy-dog eyes (Popoy, anyone?), but the actor has also forayed into more serious roles like Edgar ...
 
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You better thank your lucky stars.
“Can you hear the sound of hysteria?” Yes, yes we can. Because the Philippines just woke up to the news that Green Day is coming to Manila for the first time ever in 2020, reviving the slumbering punk hearts of millions of ...
 
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Other finds from the Nirvana frontman included a rent receipt and a medical bill.
The owner of Seattle’s Easy Street Records came upon a hell of a findwhile cleaning his shop’s basement—a royalty check and other paperwork belonging to the late rock legend Kurt Cobain.Owner Matt Vaughan said that he made the discovery while going through a ...
 
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The Motown singer's voice takes center stage in this stripped own version.
Marvin Gaye is an undisputed musical legend, but on occasion, even the greats are outdone by... themselves. A video of Gaye singing his mega hit “I Heard it Through the Grapevine” has been making its rounds on social media, but the difference in ...
 
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Some of the best songs from an era of music forgotten on your old iPod.
Artists from The Deleted Years of the early 21st century produced some truly top-notch music. Unfortunately, the era's series of technological breakthroughs means that most of that music is gathering digital dust on a third generation iPod somewhere in your junk drawer. You may ...
 
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So how does the orchestra version sound?
Though they haven't made new songs as of late, the Eraserheads' catchy tunes are still staples on most people's playlists. From the somber "Ang Huling El Bimbo" to the mellow and heartfelt "With A Smile," the four-piece band of Ely Buendia, Buddy Zabala, Marcus Adoro, and Raimund Marasigan, is ...
 
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Have you heard and seen the official theme song of the 2019 Southeast Asian Games?
"We Win As One" is a collaborative effort by three internationally acclaimed Filipino artists: Tony awardee Lea Salonga, National Artist for Music Ryan Cayabyab, and Palanca award-winning writer and director Floy Quintos.The anthem for the 30th edition of the biennial multi-sport event, ...
 
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From Lizzo to Missy Elliott and Taylor Swift, these were the highs and lows of the 2019 VMAs.
There was a joke that was pretty common on Twitter after members of the Sopranos cast—Drea De Matteo (Adriana La Cerva), Jamie-Lynn Sigler (Meadow Soprano) and Vincent Pastore (Salvatore “Big Pussy” Bonpensiero)—presented an award at the MTV VMAs. Why would the kids watching MTV ...
 
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Originally recorded in Hungarian, the song was popularized by Billie Holiday.
When casual conversation turns to the saddest or most depressing songs, music lovers will always have something to say. Personally, I have a few songs in mind, including “The Blower’s Daughter” by Damien Rice, “Weekends” by The Perishers, “Playground Love” by Air, ...
 
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It's what the universe wants.
Jack Black and Jack White seem to have known each other for a while—Black introduced the White Stripes at a small L.A. concert back in 2007—but photographic proof of the two monochromatically named Jacks meeting only first surfaced earlier this summer. And now it looks ...
 
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Hear more than ever before
It is said that readers of Ian McDonald's meticulous Revolution In The Head, a 2007 set of mini-essays that dissected every Beatles' track ever recorded, went back and listened to the songs as if for the first time ever, hearing music they'd heard ...
 
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Why do you (still) listen to FM radio?
Radio was my number one hype-up device. Whenever I had something going on—a basketball tournament, a hard test in school, or even life’s basic trials-and-tribulation stuff—I’d turn it up to get fired up.It was also my absolute go-to for the latest songs, ...
 
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Only U2 can out-U2 itself.
More than four decades ago four high school kids from Dublin started a band that would become one of the biggest rock groups in the world. In 2019, U2 can still be listed alongside the likes of the Rolling Stones as one of the ...
 
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It’s a big move for a record label that shut down its local office just seven years ago.
There’s no denying the monumental shift in the music industry over the last 10 to 15 years. The advent of digital music and streaming services has upended how music is produced and consumed and the traditional model of artists signing to a ...
 
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Death Cab For Cutie! Gucci Mane! John Legend! Nicki Minaj! And so many more!
After three incredibly successful, self-released mixtapes, three Grammys wins, and many years of teasing, Chance the Rapper's official debut album has finally arrived. The Big Day hit all streaming platforms (a first for the rapper, who has, in the past, favored Apple Music exclusive deals) ...
 
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New series, one-offs and standout episodes from long-running favorites.
The podcasting ecosystem is rich, varied and complex, and that’s obviously a brilliant thing in itself—especially if you’re in the market for a new mattress or need an all-in-one solution for creating a beautiful website—but it can also be a bit overwhelming. ...
 
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The two performed together at Dodger Stadium for the first time in half a century.
This weekend, during his concert at Dodger Stadium, Paul McCartney brought out a guest for a performance the venue hadn't seen in half a century.“We’ve got a surprise for us, a surprise for you, a surprise for everyone: Ladies and gentlemen, the one and ...
 
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Lil Nas X, Rosalia, JPEGMAFIA, J Balvin and more are challenging hip-hop as we know it.
Rap cannot be confined by genre in 2019. As the likes of Rosalia and J Balvin push the sounds of flamenco and Reggaeton further into the forefront of American mainstream music, Lil Nas X is challenging dominant genre labeling and blurring the ...
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