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Courtney Love re-formed her band Hole with different members for her new album, Nobody's Daughter.
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May 5, 2010 In 1994, Courtney Love's band Hole released Live Through This, one of the era's most powerful pop albums and a landmark of female-fronted rock 'n' roll. Will Hermes looks at two albums by worthy successors to Hole: Young British singer Kate Nash and Hole itself, which Love recently re-formed with a new lineup.
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Angus Young of AC/DC knows how to work up a sweat while playing. His endless energy, enthusiasm and affinity for shorts make him the Richard Simmons of the Guitar Hero workout.
April 15, 2010 We studied the performances of rock's guitar legends and compiled the best moves to build both your muscles and your godlike mystique. Keep a bottle of Jack on hand for hydration, drape some old silk scarves around a microphone stand to dab your sweaty brow, and move like you've seen a million faces and rocked them all.
May 15, 2007 Producer Linda Perry has worked with Christina Aguilera, Pink, Alicia Keys and the Dixie Chicks, and she discovered James Blunt. But Perry faces what may be a producer's most formidable challenge: rehabilitating the career of Courtney Love.
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