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Tego Calderon, one of Reggaeton's top artists and producers, performs for fans in New York City.
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August 9, 2012 The Puerto Rican rapper stops by to play songs from his new album, spin some records from his eclectic collection and talk about how he went from hating reggaeton to embracing it, and Puerto Rican independence.
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May 22, 2012 As a young child in the '70s, All Songs Considered's Robin Hilton was terrified of Black Sabbath, but has since grown to love the band. The group's classic album Vol. 4 is celebrating it's 40th anniversary this year.
October 29, 2010 In the spirit of Halloween, we've thrown together a list of songs that scare the bejeebies out of us. Hear a mix of terrifying tunes by Black Sabbath, Throbbing Gristle, Nine Inch Nails and, oh yeah, Sufjan Stevens.
A venerated heavy-metal singer, Ronnie James Dio was a voice of triumph in the pits of bitterness and depravity.
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May 17, 2010 A venerated heavy-metal singer, Dio was a voice of triumph in the pits of bitterness and depravity. After a six-month struggle with stomach cancer, Dio died Sunday morning. He was 67.
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Ozzy Osbourne performs at the 25th-anniversary Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Concert at Madison Square Garden.
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February 26, 2010 Believe it or not, Osbourne has written (well, co-written with Chris Eyres) his autobiography. Or at least what he can remember. The original member of Black Sabbath says there's one thing he wishes everyone could forget: the incidents involving the dove and the bat.
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