Ozzy Osbourne Voices Sid Fishy On Children's TV Bubble Guppies

Ozzy Osbourne has lent his voice to a character on the Nick Jr. animated series Bubble Guppies. The Prince of Darkness will voice the character of Sid Fishy, who lives in the underwater town of Bubbletucky. "The whole reason I did the show was for Pearl," Ozzy told Rolling Stone, referring to his granddaughter. "She has Nick Jr. on 24/7."

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Ozzy Osbourne Voices Sid Fishy On Children's TV Bubble Guppies

Ozzy Osbourne has lent his voice to a character on the Nick Jr. animated series Bubble Guppies. The Prince of Darkness will voice the character of Sid Fishy, who lives in the underwater town of Bubbletucky. "The whole reason I did the show was for Pearl," Ozzy told Rolling Stone, referring to his granddaughter. "She has Nick Jr. on 24/7."

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The Beatles To Release Mono Vinyl Box Set

This fall the Beatles will release a 14-LP box set called The Beatles in Mono, a vinyl version of the same set the group released to CD five years ago. The set includes the band's first nine U.K. albums, the American-compiled Magical Mystery Tour and a collection of Mono Masters, featuring non-album singles and tracks.

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The Beatles To Release Mono Vinyl Box Set

This fall the Beatles will release a 14-LP box set called The Beatles in Mono, a vinyl version of the same set the group released to CD five years ago. The set includes the band's first nine U.K. albums, the American-compiled Magical Mystery Tour and a collection of Mono Masters, featuring non-album singles and tracks.

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Genesis Announce Together And Apart Doc

Genesis have announced that they are prepping the release of the first ever documentary Genesis: Together and Apart. Keyboardist Tony Banks posted a pic of the band's early to mid 70s line up, while adding that Genesis is working with the BBC on the doc. "Made with the full co-operation of Genesis, the film reunites all original members of the band," reads a statement.

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Genesis Announce Together And Apart Doc

Genesis have announced that they are prepping the release of the first ever documentary Genesis: Together and Apart. Keyboardist Tony Banks posted a pic of the band's early to mid 70s line up, while adding that Genesis is working with the BBC on the doc. "Made with the full co-operation of Genesis, the film reunites all original members of the band," reads a statement.

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Alice Cooper Announces New Guitarist

When Alice Cooper hits the stage this summer on Motley Crue's farewell tour, the legendary shock rocker will have a new guitarist joining him. Cooper has named Nita Strauss as his new guitarist following the departure of Orianthi Panagaris, who has been playing of late with Richie Sambora.

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Alice Cooper Announces New Guitarist

When Alice Cooper hits the stage this summer on Motley Crue's farewell tour, the legendary shock rocker will have a new guitarist joining him. Cooper has named Nita Strauss as his new guitarist following the departure of Orianthi Panagaris, who has been playing of late with Richie Sambora.

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The Who Reunites With Kenney Jones For Charity Concert

Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend of the Who hooked up with their former band mate Kenney Jones for a live set during Rock 'n' Horsepower, a benefit for Prostate Cancer U.K. Jones, who replaced Keith Moon in the late 70s, performed "I Can't Explain," "Substitute, 5:15," "Pinball Wizard" and "The Kids Are Alright" with his old mates.

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The Who Reunites With Kenney Jones For Charity Concert

Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend of the Who hooked up with their former band mate Kenney Jones for a live set during Rock 'n' Horsepower, a benefit for Prostate Cancer U.K. Jones, who replaced Keith Moon in the late 70s, performed "I Can't Explain," "Substitute, 5:15," "Pinball Wizard" and "The Kids Are Alright" with his old mates.

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Ramones Debut Album Finally Certified Gold

Thirty-eight years after the release of the Ramones' self-titled debut album, the RIAA has certified it gold, signifying sales of over 500,000 units. The self-titled record was released on April 30, 1976 and has been reissued 15 times since. Upon its initial release, it peaked at number 111 on the Billboard 200.

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Ramones Debut Album Finally Certified Gold

Thirty-eight years after the release of the Ramones' self-titled debut album, the RIAA has certified it gold, signifying sales of over 500,000 units. The self-titled record was released on April 30, 1976 and has been reissued 15 times since. Upon its initial release, it peaked at number 111 on the Billboard 200.

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Queen Admits The Paul Rodgers Era Didn't Work

Five years removed from the Paul Rodgers era of Queen, Brian May and Roger Taylor have admitted that the singer was a poor fit for the group. "Paul has one of the greatest rock voices but it's more blues and soul orientated than I would have thought," Taylor told the Toronto Sun.

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Queen Admits The Paul Rodgers Era Didn't Work

Five years removed from the Paul Rodgers era of Queen, Brian May and Roger Taylor have admitted that the singer was a poor fit for the group. "Paul has one of the greatest rock voices but it's more blues and soul orientated than I would have thought," Taylor told the Toronto Sun.

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Alice Cooper Announces New Guitarist

When Alice Cooper hits the stage this summer on Motley Crue's farewell tour, the legendary shock rocker will have a new guitarist joining him. Cooper has named Nita Strauss as his new guitarist following the departure of Orianthi Panagaris, who has been playing of late with Richie Sambora.

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Alice Cooper Announces New Guitarist

When Alice Cooper hits the stage this summer on Motley Crue's farewell tour, the legendary shock rocker will have a new guitarist joining him. Cooper has named Nita Strauss as his new guitarist following the departure of Orianthi Panagaris, who has been playing of late with Richie Sambora.

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Aerosmith Cover Beatles At Download Festival

Aerosmith covered the Beatles' classic "Come Together" at the Download Festival over the weekend. The cut came along with a bevy of A-Smith classics including "Janie's Got A Gun," "Don't Wanna Miss a Thing," and "Walk This Way." At one point, Steven Tyler defied organizers by playing past the curfew: "F**k the curfew, let's do one more," he yelled as the crowd cheered him on.

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Aerosmith Cover Beatles At Download Festival

Aerosmith covered the Beatles' classic "Come Together" at the Download Festival over the weekend. The cut came along with a bevy of A-Smith classics including "Janie's Got A Gun," "Don't Wanna Miss a Thing," and "Walk This Way." At one point, Steven Tyler defied organizers by playing past the curfew: "F**k the curfew, let's do one more," he yelled as the crowd cheered him on.

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