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Axl Rose Added to Set of Autographed Limited Edition Trading Cards

Mercurial Guns N' Roses frontman Axl Rose has been added to the set of Heavy Metal Autographs, an 80s hard rock-themed imprint of the 2013 Topps Archives Baseball trading cards set.

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David Bowie, Iggy Pop Collaboration to Be Subject of Movie

The creative and personal relationship between David Bowie and Iggy Pop will form the basis of 'Lust for Life.' The film will soon be shopped to international buyers at the European Film Market.

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Metallica To Rock National Anthem + Throw Out First Pitch at San Francisco Giants Game

With a new album in the works, a 3D film set to arrive in the summer, plans for a second Orion Festival and a headlining gig at Revolver’s Golden Gods Awards, Metallica have a busy 2013 ahead of them. And now the year got even more awesome with the announcement that the band will step up to the metal plate by performing the National Anthem and throwing out the first pitch at the San Francisco Giants game May 3 as part of the first ever Metallica Night at AT&T Park.

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Guns N’ Roses to Headline 2013 Governor’s Ball Festival

For the first two years of its existence, the Governor's Ball Festival has been a haven for indie rock, hip-hop and electronic music lovers. This year's incarnation, however, will get a dose of old-fashioned rock n' roll, with Guns N' Roses named as one of the headliners.

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Elton John to Appear on Next Queens of the Stone Age Album

Dave Grohl can now add Elton John to his growing list of famous collaborators. The classic rocker has joined Queens of the Stone Age, with whom Grohl is drumming while Foo Fighters are on hiatus, to record a song on their upcoming album. During an interview the two indicated that the style is very different from what fans have come to expect from the famous piano player.

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‘Justice League’ Won’t Happen Unless ‘Man of Steel’ Is a Hit

2015 was looking to be one of the biggest years in cinema history, as the summer was set to hold 'Star Wars - Episode 7,' 'The Avengers 2' and 'Justice League.' Recently there was word that we might not get 'Episode 7' in 2015 and now we're hearing that Warner Brothers has yet to fully commit to 'Justice League,' and the only way it moves forward is if 'Man of Steel' is a hit.

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Volkswagen’s Controversial 2013 Super Bowl Commercial Has a Jamaican Flavor

Volkswagen's 2013 Super Bowl Commercial takes place in a nondescript office building. Despite the location, the island nation of Jamaica manages to be the star of the spot.

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Eric Clapton Announces New Album ‘Old Sock’ on His Own Label

Guitar legend Eric Clapton is back in action, both on the road and in the record stores. "Slowhand" will release a new album, titled 'Old Sock,' March 12 on his own label, Bushbranch Records.

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Fleetwood Mac, ‘Rumours (Expanded Edition)’ — Album Review

Breakup albums don’t get much better than ‘Rumours,’ Fleetwood Mac’s 1977 blockbuster that was recorded as band members went through various stages of relationship adjustment. When they made their breakthrough self-titled album in 1975, Fleetwood Mac included two couples, one married; by the time ‘Rumours’ was released, they were broken up. Listen to the record, and you’ll get an idea what happened.

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Paul McCartney Takes Good Care of His Sheep

Given his decades of outspoken advocacy for vegetarianism and animal rights, it probably shouldn't surprise anyone to learn that the animals on Paul McCartney's sheep farm don't have to worry about ending up on anyone's dinner plate. In fact, as he revealed during a recent interview, they tend to live to a ripe old age.

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