The Who's first new song in nearly a decade will arrive in record stores on Oct. 27 as part of the band's new 'Who Hits 50!' collection, but you don't have to wait until then to hear it -- in fact, you can listen to it right now.
Long before Jimi Hendrix's vaults were raided for every last burp and fart he committed to tape, 'The Cry of Love' and 'Rainbow Bridge,' both originally released in 1971, were the pinnacle of unreleased Hendrix recordings.
After breaking the news of the December release of their new album yesterday, AC/DC have unveiled 60 tasty seconds of one of its songs in the most unlikely of places. Check out the above video for TBS' coverage of MLB's postseason to hear a snippet of 'Play Ball.'
My first reaction is to poo poo the idea of working out just so we can justify more drinks. And then I remember I hit the treadmill for 40 minutes yesterday only to cancel out the benefits with wings and drinks at happy hour last night.
The Washington Post is talking about a study that says we exercise more on days that we’re going to booze it up.
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