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Pearl jam Twenty

By Jay Powell // Staff Writer If grunge music had its own Mount Rushmore, then Nirvana, Alice in Chains, Soundgarden and Pearl Jam would be the images carved into the rock’s face. While three of the four aforementioned groups have fizzled out into obscurity due to suicide (Nirvana), drug overdoses (Alice in Chains) or simply just getting …

By Mike Reed // Staff Writer | Photo courtesy of MTV Saturday night I was trapped between worlds. I had crashed the cast party for “THe Shadow Box.” MTSU theatre parties are, by tradition, diverse, so no one really minds crashers. Theatre parties get a little wild, and the majors share a common bond that many departments don’t. They work closely together …

Story by Doug Stults //  Entertainment Editor Prince puts the semen back in seminal on Lovesexy, recalling the sultry rumblings of Dirty Minds and all the tracks released prior to his ascension from royalty to funk rock deity on 1999. Making it a point never to repeat himself from a purely sonic standpoint, the purple chieftain …

David Bowie Let's Dance

By Terry Morrow // Staff Writer Just when you thought David Bowie was never going to do another decent album and all dance music was buried with demise of disco, David Bowie and Nile Rodgers collaborate to bring a dance hungry America one of the best albums of the year. Mind you, this isn’t a disco LP. …

Story by Ricky Paul / Sidelines Archive  This article has been published exactly as it originally was on Oct. 7, 1975.  After a lengthy two year absence, the Allman Brothers Band has finally returned to recording with their newest release, “Win, Lose or Draw”. Many times such a long period without any product from a …

David Bowie The Man Who Sold The World

By David Pearcy // Staff Writer David Bowie’s second American tour starts today and will reach Nashville Friday night. To fully appreciate what he will be doing now it helps to know something of his past accomplishments. This album, The Man Who Sold The World, was originally released on Mercury Records in 1969. At the time …