Warner kicks heels


Madonna is helping Warner Music get into the groove. The company's stock price on Thursday spiked to its highest point since going public in May after it reported strong sales and robust digital…

Down to a System


Columbia recording act System of a Down has become the first band in the SoundScan era to chart two No. 1 debuts in a single calendar year. "Hypnotize," the latest disc from the L.A. quartet, sold…

Review: ‘Korn’


Having recently been in the news more for extra-musical events -- a messy split with founding guitarist Brian "Head" Welch and an offbeat deal worked out with Virgin Records -- than for its actual…

Review: ‘Donovan’


Could the prospect of trying to cover a 40-year career in concert to complement a new biography and box set be so daunting that an artist just doesn't quite figure out how to connect the dots…

  • Film

Recall preps soundtracks


Recall Group, an independent record company based in Paris, and composer Eric Serra have formed joint venture Recall Music for Films to release soundtracks globally. First release will be the…

Review: ‘Ray Davies’


Ray Davies has always been one of rock's forgotten heroes. Yes, he's in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and he's certainly high on just about every thoughtful rocker's list of influences, but while…

Super Bowl gets rolling


The Rolling Stones have signed on as halftime performers during this season's Super Bowl. Sprint has ponied up a record $12 million to be the sole sponsor of the 12-minute halftime show, presided…

Hall calls Black Sabbath


After being passed over the last nine years, Black Sabbath has been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Sabbath will be inducted March 13 along with Blondie, trumpeter Miles Davis, Southern…

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