Reprise RecordsNeil Young has officially released his updated live acoustic version of his politically charged 2006 song “Lookin’ for a Leader.” The new rendition, which features lyrics that take aim at current U.S. president Donald Trump and call for him to be voted out of office, can be heard andRead More →

MPL/Capitol/UMeThe 13th and latest installment of Paul McCartney‘s ongoing Archive Collection reissue campaign, a remastered and expanded version of his 1997 album Flaming Pie, was released today. The reissue is available in multiple formats and configurations, including a five-CD/two-DVD/four-LP Collector’s Edition, a five-CD/two-DVD Deluxe Edition, and three-LP, two-LP and two-CDRead More →

Credit: Dove ShoreSheryl Crow has released a reimagined take on her 2012 B-side track, “Woman in the White House.” While the original song had a country twang, this new version contains rocking guitars and pounding drums. It also features some slight tweaks to the lyrics, though the straightforward chorus staysRead More →

Cleopatra RecordsJethro Tull frontman Ian Anderson has lent his flute talents to a new version of the 1971 Badfinger hit “Day After Day,” which also features guitar by veteran English rocker Terry Reid and accompaniment from the U.K.’s Manchester String Quartet. The new version of the song, which is availableRead More →

Sony LegacyAlan Parker, acclaimed British filmmaker whose many credits include the 1982 movie adaptation of Pink Floyd‘s concept album The Wall, died Friday after a lengthy illness, according to The Hollywood Reporter. He was 76. A versatile filmmaker, Parker was known for moving fluidly through various genres — from theRead More →

Tim Whitby/Getty ImagesIn a wide-ranging, Hollywood Reporter oral history about the making of the groundbreaking 2000 movie X-Men — complete with backstage drama, lawsuits, and sexual abuse allegations against director Bryan Singer — was buried an interesting nugget: Michael Jackson tried to get himself to play Professor Xavier in the film.  The role of the powerful mutant eventually wentRead More →

Sony Music EntertainmentAs part of her ongoing series of Friday releases commemorating the 30th anniversary of her debut album, Mariah Carey has dropped a bunch of nostalgic content featuring three hits from her second album: “Emotions,” “Make It Happen” and “Can’t Let Go”. First, there are new Emotions and MakeRead More →

Geffen/UMe Guns N’ Roses‘ Greatest Hits compilation will be available on vinyl for the first time on September 25, and is available for pre-order now. Originally released in 2004, the collection includes songs from GN’R’s massive 1987 debut Appetite for Destruction through their 1993 covers album “The Spaghetti Incident?”, plusRead More →

Es ParanzaEarlier this week, Robert Plant announced plans to issue a new career-spanning solo compilation titled Digging Deep: Subterranea on October 2, which features three previously unreleased tracks. Now, the Led Zeppelin singer has debuted one of the three songs, “Charlie Patton Highway (Turn It Up, Part 1),” as anRead More →

UMeJust in time for the Showtime premiere of their self-titled documentary tonight, The Go-Go’s have released their first new song in almost 20 years, “Club Zero,” which is available now as a digital single and via streaming services. You also can check out the pop-punk gem at the band’s officialRead More →