Poison Sues Capitol For Underpaid Royalties

Members of the rock band Poison claim their record label has consistently underpaid royalties to the group throughout their career, according to a lawsuit.

D’Angelo Gets Busy On J Records Debut

D'Angelo is making progress on his first studio album since 2000, which will likely be released early next year via J Records.

Staind Sees ‘Progress’ On Next Album

Staind has set an Aug. 19 release date for its next Atlantic album, "The Illusion of Progress." First single "Believe" will hit U.S. radio outlets on June 24.

Oasis Inks Three-Album Deal With Sony BMG

Oasis has expanded its partnership with Sony BMG by signing a new three-album deal with the company.

King, Trucks Guest On New Elvin Bishop Album

Elvin Bishop gets a hand from B.B. King, Derek Trucks, Warren Haynes, James Cotton, George Thorogood, Kim Wilson and Tommy Castro on his new album, "The Blues Roll On."

Mercury Rev Releasing Two Albums In September

Mercury Rev will bestow two new albums on fans in September, one of which will be free to members of its mailing list.

Girl Talk’s ‘Animals’ Run Wild Online

As promised, Girl Talk's Gregg Gillis released his fourth record, "Feed the Animals," today (June 19) via the Web site for his label, Illegal Art.

Young Jeezy Arrested For DUI In Atlanta

Rapper Young Jeezy was charged with driving under the influence and speeding after he was pulled over on an Atlanta highway early Wednesday (June 18).

Digital Sales Drive Coldplay To Top Of Hot 100

As tipped here yesterday, Coldplay scores its first No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 this week with "Viva La Vida," which jumps from No. 2 spurred by digital sales of 246,000 copies. The group's fourth Capitol album, "Viva La Vida or Death and All His Friends," is expected to debut at No. 1 next week.

Purported New Guns N’ Roses Tracks Hit The Web

Nine purported "mastered, finished" tracks from Guns N' Roses' 14-years-in-the-making album "Chinese Democracy" were leaked online yesterday (June 18) by the Web site Antiquiet.com, prompting a quick cease-and-desist from the band's handlers and the removal of the links.

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