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Monthly Archives: October 2007
By Kevin Wicks | Posted on October 31st, 2007
Simple Minds and “Don’t You Forget About Me.” Dexys Midnight Runners and “Come On, Eileen.
By MacKenzie Wilson | Posted on October 31st, 2007
It’s a bad week to be a member of the royal family.
Just days after a royal blackmail scandal, Prince Harry was questioned about two rare hen harriers that were killed on the royal family’s Sandringham estate, The Guardian reports.
Sir Paul McCartney may not have to wake up to Heather Mills ever again, but millions of British television viewers weren’t so lucky this morning. Mills appeared on GMTV this morning for an interview with host Fiona Phillips.
Dave Gahan is the band’s face and, usually, its voice, but songwriter Martin Gore is truly the brains behind Depeche Mode. Gore sings lead on a handful of DM songs, and my favorite is “A Question of Lust,” a ballad ...
As speculation mounts over his identity, the target of that royal blackmail plot may come forward.
That gruesome video of Róisín Murphy‘s on-stage accident while performing in Moscow has been a must-see on YouTube, mostly due to Perez Hilton posting it on his blog. (Murphy bashing her eye on the chair comes near ...
In her debut video, 1981′s “Kids in America,” Kim Wilde was a bit rough-around-the-edges to the say the least. Her au natural rocker babe look suited that anarchic anthem well, I suppose.
A member of the royal family has been the target of “sex and drugs blackmail,” The Sunday Times reported yesterday. Two men “demanded £50,000 not to publicize a video, which they suggested showed the royal ...
Singles for Leona Lewis, Take That, and McFly jockeyed for position over the past week, leaving some suspense as to whom would be No. 1 on Sunday.
When Lulu came on American Idol this season as a coach, caterwauling and frightening the contestants, I said to myself, “She couldn’t possibly have been this scary when she was younger. No one would have taken her ...