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Radio.com Minimation: Lou Reed’s ‘Dime Story Mystery’

By Brian Ives 

Hear Lou Reed talk about that inspiration behind the song from his 1989 album ‘New York.’

On Minimation, we comb through the archives of legendary New York radio station WNEW-FM and animate interviews with legendary rock artists.  370 more words

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Hear an Alternate Version of Led Zeppelin’s ‘Black Dog’

By Marissa G. Muller

Led Zeppelin are gearing up to release a whole lotta reissues — and to promote their archival campaign, they’ve shared an alternate version of their 1971 track “Black Dog.” 293 more words

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Miley Cyrus and 5 Other Musicians Who’ve Used Award Shows as Protest Signs

By Scott T. Sterling

Last Sunday night (August 24), the pomp and circumstance of the 31st annual MTV Video Music Awards came to a grinding halt when… 1,334 more words

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Steve Miller Band's "Jet Airliner" - In The Route Rewind

In this Rewind, we take a look at Steve Miller Band’s “Jet Airliner”.
An artist versus record label dispute for 27 years gave the Steve Miller Band one of their most memorable hits. 173 more words

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Bruce Springsteen Announces Children’s Book, ‘Outlaw Pete’

By Philip Cosores

Bruce Springsteen‘s discography isn’t exactly full of G-rated subject matter. The title track for Nebraska follows a young couple on a killing spree, “Atlantic City” delves into the world of organized crime, “Streets of Philadelphia” was inspired by (and seemingly about) living with AIDS and “Born in the U.S.A.” deals with the pain of those who lived through (and died in) the Vietnam War. 170 more words

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Interview: Ted Nugent is a Smart, Reasonable, Rock ‘n’ Roll Nut-Job

By Brian Ives 

“I didn’t invent ‘adorable,’ but I think I perfected it, right here in front of you.”

If you can’t laugh at the above… 4,142 more words

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