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Rolling Stone: Eddie Van Halen Sues Nike Over Guitar's Signature Color Scheme
Idolator: Courtney Love Prepares To Crown Herself Miss World One More Time
NME: Kings Of Leon launch their own record label
Rolling Stone: Flaming Lips' Double Album "Embryonic" Due in the Fall
Waved Rumor: Sell music ANYWAY you want!
Idolator: See, There Is A Way To Make People Care About Rock Criticism Again
Pitchfork: New Release: Castanets: Texas Rose, The Thaw, and The Beasts

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