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Rik Mayall, Star of the 'The Young Ones,' Dead at 56

9 June 2014 8:22 AM, PDT | Rollingstone.com | See recent Rolling Stone news »

Rik Mayall, who played the pompous, poetry-spouting anarchist Rick on the early Eighties U.K. cult comedy The Young Ones, has died, according to a statement his manager shared with the BBC. He was 56. The cause and circumstances of Mayall's death have not yet been revealed.

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In addition to The Young Ones, Mayall appeared on the U.K. sitcoms Blackadder, The New Statesman and a show with his Young Ones costar Adrian Edmondson, Bottom. His best-known movie role was playing opposite »

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Lana Del Rey New Album 'Ultraviolence' Will Arrive June 16

14 May 2014 9:00 PM, PDT | Uinterview | See recent Uinterview news »

Lana Del Rey has announced the release date for her new album Ultraviolence: June 16, 2014.

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Del Rey made the announcement on Wednesday, posting a link to her official website, which is selling a special Box Set for the singer’s third record. The Box Set includes two LP’s, a “Deluxe CD digipack” and art prints.

The Ultraviolence tracklist has also been revealed and appears as follows:

Cruel World

“Ultraviolence”

“Shades of Cool”

“Brooklyn Baby”

“West Coast”

“Sad Girl”

“Pretty When You Cry”

“Money Power Glory”

“F--ked My Way Up To The Top”

“Old Money”

“The Other Woman”

Bonus Tracks include “Black Beauty,” “Guns and Roses,” “Florida Kilos,” but it is unclear whether these will be available on digital download or CD versions of Ultraviolence.

Presently, only the $99 box set is available for pre-order on Del Rey’s official website, »

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Lana Del Rey's 'Ultraviolence' set for June 17 release

14 May 2014 9:32 AM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Lana Del Rey has set a June 17 release date for  “Ultraviolence,” as well as released the album's cover art. In addition to standard and deluxe editions on download, CD, and vinyl, there will also be a Collectors Box edition that will include a deluxe LP Picture disc, a deluxe CD digipak and art prints, which was assume are suitable for framing.   In addition to first single “West Coast,” the new album contains some intriguing titles, including “F*cked My Way To The Top,” “The Other Woman” and bonus track, “Guns And Roses.” Del Rey is current on tour in the U.S. Her remaining dates are listed below the track listing. 'Ultraviolence' Tracklist: 1. Cruel World 2. Ultraviolence 3. Shades Of Cool 4. Brooklyn Baby 5. West Coast 6. Sad Girl 7. Pretty When You Cry 8. Money Power Glory 9. Fucked My Way Up To The Top 10. Old Money 11. The Other Woman Bonus Tracks: 12. Black Beauty 13. Guns And Roses »

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Lana Del Rey’s Ultraviolence Has an Amazing Track List

8 May 2014 11:15 AM, PDT | Vulture | See recent Vulture news »

It may not have an official release date just yet ("next month," she claimed, this month), but Lana Del Rey's Ultraviolence now has a track list. The singer born Lizzie Grant is more Lana Del Rey than ever — all caps and all cool. Which will be the Song of Summer? (Clearly, it's "Fucked My Way To The Top.")Cruel World Ultraviolence Shades Of Cool Brooklyn Baby West Coast Sad Girl Pretty When You Cry Money Power Glory Fucked My Way Up To The Top Old Money The Other Woman Bonus Tracks: Black Beauty Guns And Roses Florida Kilos »

- Lindsey Weber

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Transcendence, Exhibition, The Other Woman: this week's new films

25 April 2014 10:00 PM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Transcendence | Exhibition | The Other Woman | Tracks | The Infomant | We Are The Freaks | Cupcakes | You & Me Forever

Perhaps an expensive, twisty conceptual thriller with a big, abstract title wasn't the best way for Christopher Nolan's cinematographer to distinguish himself as a director. Unlike his mentor, Pfister can't keep the silliness from going viral, as professor Depp's uploading of his consciousness provokes technophobic panic, existential questioning and way-cool special effects. It's a breakthrough in science-nonsense.

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- Steve Rose

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Watch Beck Share His 'Catchphrase' on 'Saturday Night Live' Promo

28 February 2014 6:25 AM, PST | Rollingstone.com | See recent Rolling Stone news »

"Funny" is not the first adjective most people would use to describe Beck, especially around the release of his achingly earnest new album Morning Phase. But the singer-songwriter cracked a joke on a promo for his appearance this weekend on Saturday Night Live.

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In the clip, Big Bang Theory's Jim Parsons, this week's host, notes his ubiquitous catchphrase "Bazinga!" before asking SNL cast member Cecily Strong and Beck their own phrases. After Strong exclaims, "This is gettin' ca-ray-zy," Beck stoically replies, »

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Dave Holmes Charts the Modern Rock Hits of February 1994

20 February 2014 10:30 AM, PST | Vulture | See recent Vulture news »

In February 1994, we were just over a year into the first Clinton administration, Nancy Kerrigan’s knee was still healing, and a strangely compelling hipster urged us to get crazy with the Cheez Whiz. Twenty years ago this week, Beck sat atop Billboard’s Modern Rock Tracks chart with his breakout single, “Loser.” As we prepare for the release of Morning Phase, let’s flip through the February 19, 1994 issue — which featured telling headlines such as “House Panel to Examine Gangsta Rap Lyrics” and “Blockbuster Tops $2 Billion: Revenues Rise 70% During 1993” — and check out what other alternative gems were lurking in the top 30 that week.30. The Other Two, “Selfish” In the early ’90s, the two most-famous founding members of New Order turned their attention to side projects: Singer-guitarist Bernard Sumner teamed with Johnny Marr to form Electronic and bassist Peter Hook was dabbling in Revenge. This left the other two »

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15 Most Pulse-Pounding Motörhead Tracks

20 February 2014 2:26 AM, PST | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

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After recently cancelling their European tour for the second time it is obvious that Lemmy Kilmister, one of the immortal gods of rock n’ roll, is finally paying the price for a life of hard living and the herculean consumption of his beloved Jack Daniels. Are the last 40 years finally catching up with him?

Lemmy is a bonafide living legend, revered by his peers and loved by his legions of fans. In the annals of rock history very few can compete with his undying commitment to loud music and defiantly raising the middle finger to social airs and graces; Lemmy does want he wants and he wants to rock ‘n’ roll, at any cost.

Motörhead were formed in 1975 when Lemmy was fired from space-rockers Hawkwind for apparently ‘taking the wrong drugs’ (seriously), and his response was to form Motörhead,  a band who pursued a raucous, speed-obsessed rock ‘n’ roll path. »

- Christopher Jennings

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