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Review: Tattoos and Tequila
I bought The Dirt , Mötley Crüe's 2002 autobiography, the day it was published. I got home from the store, sank to the floor, had a nice cry (it had been hot out and my finger hurt), and started reading.
Oh Crüe world! Vince Neil lets us down — hard
| September 18, 2010
Live Review: Off the rails on a lazy train
"Vampires are bullshit. I'm the Prince of fucking Darkness," Ozzy Osbourne informed Kristen Stewart during a pop-culture-parody-montage video that segued into a kick-ass eruption of time-honored crowd pleasers.
Putting the "zzzzzzzzz" into Ozzfest
| September 03, 2010
Deal with It
When I was seven, I had a winter coat with flashes of neon so bright they glowed in the dark.
Revisiting the nightmares of a four-hour, made-for-TV Stephen King miniseries
| October 30, 2009
The Big Hurt: Season's bleatings
One of the great things about being in the music industry is that you get to change your name. So why are we hearing records from a guy named Landon Pigg?
Plus unholy names and office shredders
| October 02, 2009
The Big Hurt: Tragic kingdom
The whole Hard Rock enterprise — which started as a café and has since branched out into hotels, casinos, and a vast nationwide network of lame T-shirts — has built great success on the idea of “rock.”
Hard Rock Park about as awesome as it sounds
| May 20, 2008
Past, present, future
Boston’s a small enough city that, when you’re working the nightlife circuit fairly regularly, you start recognizing people.
Faces — and phases — of Boston's nightlife
BY HEATHER BOUZAN
| July 13, 2007
The good fight
The original lineup of ’90s Prov-rock stalwarts and near-stars Kilgore will be taking the stage together for the first time in eight years for “Fight to Remember.”
Kilgore reunites for cancer benefit; plus, Route .44
| May 18, 2007
Tommy Lee may be one of rock’s best-known drummers, but drumming isn’t really what he’s known best for. No, Tommy Lee’s best known for being Tommy Lee.
Tommy Lee, Gypsy Bar, March 1, 2007
| March 06, 2007
"With new bands I always listen to the third album," the Kinks’ Ray Davies has said. "That’s the real key to know what’s going to happen."
Do the Strokes have anything left to say?
| January 14, 2006
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