If you pondered either of those questions for even a milisecond, please feel free to stop reading now.
However, if you’re a Beatles fan looking to add some new-old vinyl to your collection while everyone else is just now buying their albums on iTunes (don’t get me started!), read on.
On Nov. 29, better known as Black Friday, George Harrison’s “All Things Must Pass” vinyl set received a limited edition release in the form of 3 LPs to honor its original release 40 years ago. According to Harrison’s official site, the album was remastered at Abbey Road Studios.
“All Things Must Pass” features songs like “My Sweet Lord,” “Wah-Wah” and “Isn’t It a Pity.” Harrison’s debut solo album was originally released in 1970.
Don’t get me wrong, I love both Hathaway and Franco. I love them when they’re in their element, like “The Princess Diaries” and “Pineapple Express,” respectively.
The duo might be perfect to host an episode of SNL together, but The Oscars? I’m not convinced. It’s like throwing two academically advanced pre-teens into college before they’ve hit puberty. It’s just not right.
Who knows, I could be eating my words after The 83rd Academy Awards air on Feb. 27, 2011. But Hathaway and Franco could also be letting their inner TAG kid shine through, fumbling through a job better suited to someone more reputable than actors who are best known for portraying a princess and a stoner.
Swedish pop sensation Robyn is easily one of the most underrated musicians of today. I’ve endorsed her many times before, and I’m about to do it again.
Talk about dedication… Robyn is about to release her THIRD album of the year, “Body Talk: Pt. 3” on Nov. 22. Part one was good, part two was better, and from what I’ve heard, part three could be the best of the bunch.
Check out three of the new tracks here before the album drops in a few weeks.
It’s a good day when your favorite band unexpectedly releases not one, but two new tracks.
Technically, “Dance So Good” has already been released by Wakey!Wakey!, but this is a revamped version of the track, complete with the full band. And it sounds even better than the original, more acoustic number.
“Great Lake Love” might just be my new favorite, though.
However, taking my word for it would be a mistake. Listen to them both below: