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PearlJam.jpg Pearl Jam performed their 1996 album No Code, as well as a new track entitled "Moline," during a recent performance at the iWireless Center in Moline, Illinois, Jambase reports. "No Code. Front to back. #PJMoline #PJFall2014," the band tweeted before sharing a photo of the Moline setlist.

image2-111110.jpg Cream's entire studio catalog will soon see a reissue on vinyl thanks to the Cream 1966-1972 set - a new six-LP box that collects the band's live and studio output. The box set collects all four of the band's studio albums along with two live offerings. It will be released on 180-gram heavyweight vinyl and comes in a rigid slipcase.

Taylor Swift has revealed that she and her family get death threats on a daily basis, and that she has had to get 24-hour security as a result. "I fought the idea of having security for a very long time, because I really value normalcy," she tells Esquire magazine. "I really do. I like to be able to take a drive by myself. Haven't done that in six years."

image8.jpg Bob Dylan has released a new cover of John Lee Hooker's "Tupelo Blues," which is featured on the former's upcoming album The Basement Tapes Complete: The Bootleg Series Vol. 11. "Tupelo Blues," which traces the flooding of a rural Mississippi town, is just one of many covers featured among the 140 tracks on The Basement Tapes Complete.

PuddleOfMudd-042114.jpg Puddle Of Mudd have announced a 2014 North American tour to go with their new single "Piece of the Action." "Piece of the Action" is set to appear on the band's upcoming studio album, which should be released sometime next year.

NoelGallagher-050511.jpg Noel Gallagher has unveiled the video for his new single "In The Heat Of The Moment." The clip features Gallagher and his band The High Flying Birds playing their instruments on a set with changing neon lights and colors. The song is featured on Chasing Yesterday, the band's second album, which will be released on March 2, 2015. The album features ten songs and three bo

saraEvans-102413.jpg Sara Evans has announced plans to release a new Christmas album entitled At Christmas next month. The album features 10 of Evans' favorite Christmas carols, including "O Holy Night," "Winter Wonderland" and "O Come All Ye Faithful." She also includes "12 Days of Christmas," which she recorded with two of her daughters, 12-year-old Olivia and 10-year-old Audrey.

JohnLennon-103009.jpg A new species of tarantula has been named after John Lennon. The species was discovered in Brazil's Western Amazonia region by a research team and named Bumba lennoni after the famous Beatle by the team's researchers Fernando Perez-Miles, Alexandre Bonaldo, and Laura Miglio, who all found out they were passionate fans of the Beatles.

GreenDay-110209.jpg Green Day, Mastodon, and the Flaming Lips are the latest to join the growing list of bands set to drop a special Record Store Day Black Friday release. Green Day and the Flaming Lips will both re-release material on vinyl. The former will release Tune in Tokyo, a 2001 live recording from Japan on transparent blue vinyl.

PinkFloyd.jpg David Gilmour recently lamented over "Louder Than Words," the sole vocal number from the Pink Floyd's farewell album, The Endless River. Gilmour opened up about the inspiration behind the song during a recent interview with Absolute Radio, saying that his wife definitely had Floyd history in mind when she wrote the lyrics to the song.

katyperry-020713.jpg Katy Perry has cancelled her celebratory birthday trip to Egypt according to multiple sources, who have confirmed to E! News the pop starlet cancelled the trip due to political issues in the country. Perry, who was planning on turning the big 3-0 on October 25, was scheduled to travel to Egypt, where, as a source previously told E! News, she was "planning on taking a cruise on the Nile."

MirandaLambert-102209.jpg Miranda Lambert will take to the stage alongside Megan Trainor at this year's CMA Awards show. The duo will perform Trainor's megahit "All About That Bass." They won't be the only anticipated duet to take the stage however, as Ariana Grande will also sing alongside Little Big Town.

BillyCorgan-031411.jpg The Smashing Pumpkins have released a new single entitled "Being Beige," taken off of their forthcoming album, Monuments to an Elegy, which is due out in December. Frontman Billy Corgan says the new song, which features Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee on both drums and vocals, is about an important human emotion - love.

Foreigner-052711.jpg Foreigner have announced the release of The Best of Foreigner 4 & More, a live take on the band's 1981 release 4. The album is scheduled for a U.K.-only release. Details of the project can be found at the album's PledgeMusic page, which lists a December 5 release date and promises "vinyl, limited edition posters and remake T-shirts from the 1981-1982 tour."

Brandy.jpg Brandy and Nile Rogers both appear on "Number 1," a new track from Mystery Skulls. The duo also appears on the track "Magic." Both songs are taken off of the band's debut album Forever. Mystery Skulls, which consists of Luis Dubuc, Casey Crawford, and Zack Ordway, says that when they wrote "Number 1" they actually had the R&B singer in mind.