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TESLA Releases Video For New Song 'Save That Goodness' Featuring DEF LEPPARD's PHIL COLLEN

On August 26, California rockers TESLA will release "Mechanical Resonance Live!", a live recording of their classic album, celebrating the original multi-platinum record's 30th birthday in style. With a few surprises up their sleeve, including the single "Save That Goodness" written and produced by Phil Collen of DEF LEPPARD, the effort will be made available ...

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Listen To TESLA's New Song 'Save That Goodness' Written By DEF LEPPARD's PHIL COLLEN

On August 26, California rockers TESLA will release "Mechanical Resonance Live!", a live recording of their classic album, celebrating the original multi-platinum record's 30th birthday in style. With a few surprises up their sleeve, including the single "Save That Goodness" written and produced by Phil Collen of DEF LEPPARD, the effort will be made available ...

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TESLA To Release 'Mechanical Resonance Live!' In August

On August 26, California rockers TESLA will release "Mechanical Resonance Live!", a live recording of their classic album, celebrating the original multi-platinum record's 30th birthday in style. With a few surprises up their sleeve, including the single "Save That Goodness" written and produced by Phil Collen of DEF LEPPARD, the effort will be made available ...

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Watch AXL ROSE-Fronted AC/DC Perform In Manchester

Fan-filmed video footage of AC/DC's June 9 performance at Etihad Stadium in Manchester, England can be seen below. The band's setlist was as follows: 01. Rock Or Bust 02. Shoot To Thrill 03. Hell Ain't A Bad Place To Be 04. Back In Black 05. Got Some Rock N' Roll Thunder 06. Dirty Deeds Done ...

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No More AXL ROSE Autographs

According to The Pulse Of Radio, fans shouldn't approach GUNS N' ROSES and current AC/DC vocalist Axl Rose for an autograph if they see him. While the formerly reclusive singer has been open and friendly with fans during his run of European shows with the latter band, Axl has apparently had enough of people getting ...

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Watch German TV Report On AC/DC's Concert In Hamburg

Germany's publicly owned television channel Das Erste has filed a two-and-a-half-minute video report on AC/DC's May 26 performance at Volksparkstadion in Hamburg. You can now watch the segment below. According to The Pulse Of Radio, AC/DC guitarist Angus Young said in a new interview with NDR.de that he's not really sure what AC/DC will do ...

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Shapeshifter - SMILE EMPTY SOUL

"Bottom of a Bottle" became a major party hit in 2003 just as nu-metal was phasing out. SMILE EMPTY SOUL's ballsy "do it for the drugs" mantra threw enough shock factor into a song that would've otherwise rang as a blatant LINKIN PARK knockoff to propel the song onto the US charts. Love it or ...

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ANGUS YOUNG: AXL ROSE 'Has Done A Great Job' Singing For AC/DC

AC/DC guitarist Angus Young says that no decisions have been made yet regarding the band's future after the completion of its current tour featuring Axl Rose on vocals. The legendary Australian rock band postponed the last ten dates of its recent North American tour after doctors told singer Brian Johnson he faced "total hearing loss." ...

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AC/DC: Official Video Recap Of Prague Concert

The official video recap of AC/DC's May 22 concert in Prague, Czech Republic can be seen below. AC/DC performed the song "Touch Too Much" live for the first time in more than 35 years in Prague. The show marked GUNS N' ROSES frontman Axl Rose's sixth appearance as the temporary frontman for AC/DC. For the ...

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MAX CAVALERA Doesn't Think AXL ROSE Fits AC/DC

Former SEPULTURA and current SOULFLY frontman Max Cavalera has weighed in on the strange situation regarding AC/DC and singer Brian Johnson. The legendary Australian rock band postponed the last ten dates of its recent North American tour after doctors told Johnson he faced "total hearing loss." AC/DC has since announced that it will use GUNS ...

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