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Friday, June 8, 2007
ARTIST OF THE DAY
Never 3nough

Hometown: United States
Genre: Hard Rock, Industrial, Alternative
Sounds like: Mudvayne, Eigheen Visions, Nine Inch Nails
Current Album:
Myspace: myspace.com/never3nough
Official Site:

Never 3nough has recently hit the scene where former members of Eighteen Visions and Lylah joined together. I guess if you can’t get enough of Eighteen Visions, this is your band. Their music style is a more alternative sound of the late Eighteen Visions. They’ve already got 3 songs demo’d up on their myspace. Honestly, it’s very impressive and sounds great. I’m looking forward to hearing more from these guys.

by: The Confession

MUSIC VIDEO OF THE DAY: Eyes Set To Kill Liar In The Glass

Forty years ago The Beatles ‘Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band’ went to No.1 in the UK. Costing ?25,000 ($42,500) to produce the album was recorded over 700 hours of studio time. It was also the first album to print the lyrics on the sleeve. The album spent 27 weeks at No.1 on the UK chart.

When you speak, you might as well be spitting in my face I wish you weren’t so beautiful
lyrics from The Killer Is Me by Chasing Victory
Today’s Daily Dose was created by: Anthony Montalbano 2007

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Paul McCartney has mentioned to Rolling Stone that the issues with The Beatles music going for sale online is “virtually settled”. We should expect to see the many great hits by The Beatles online, legally. They plan to release their entire collection online. No sale medium has been selected such as iTunes, Rhapsody, or Napster. Further details are still to come.

Green Day will be covering John Lennon‘s “Working Class Hero” on the upcoming album Instant Karma: The Campaign To Save Darfur. All proceeds will go to support Amnesty International’s campaign. The campaign is aimed towards the urgent catastrophe in Darfur, Sudan. “Working Class Hero” was featured on John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band, album in 1970. The song was considered one of the most overtly political songs by the former Beatles, with its themes of class and social alienation. Green Day will also be shooting a music video for the song. Expect the single to be released on the radio and iTunes on April 30th.