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  1. Most popular music in casinosRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 9 | Music-News.com

    For years casino owners have been scrutinizing which music would be best to tickle our receptors while playing the amazing range of games now on offer. It's easy to pull out the obvious gaming themed classics such as Lady Gaga's 'Poker Face' , from her debut studio album 'The Fame' back in 2008, or Motorhead's classic 'Ace of Spades' from their fourth album of the same name back in 1980.


  2. Feature / 04 Nov 2015Big City Nights, Loving You Sunday Morning: The Turbulent Story Of The ScorpionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 4, 2015 | Metal Hammer

    Whether it's thinking about changing their name to Stalingrad, titling their album Virgin Killer or filling their big hit with lots of whistling, there's always a sting in the Scorpions' tale The year is 1972. The place is Cologne, Germany.


  3. October 11 DVD roundupRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 8 | MySanAntonio.com

    Some good stuff for Halloween here; from the reboot of "Ghostbusters" to the jump scares of "Carrie" and "The Thing." Mainstream : Ghostbusters; The Legend of Tarzan Independent : Approaching the Unknown; Blood Father; Broken Vows; The Infiltrator; Sins Of The Guilty; Tales Of Poe BD debut : Carrie; The Thing 4K debut : Angels & Demons; The Da Vinci Code Foreign : Boiling Point; Dark Water; Phantom of the Theatre; Violent Cop Documentary : Breaking a Monster; Sherpa TV : Feed The Beast; Impractical Jokers; Mike & Molly Kids : Adventure Time; Blinky Bill; A Very Nick Jr. Christmas Adult animation : Supermansion Usual rules apply: synopses are taken from the press releases and Amazon descriptions; snarky commentary is extra.


  4. From stadium tour to Grand Final after 13 years in gameRead the original story

    Saturday Oct 8 | Warrington Guardian

    Ashton Sims embraces teammate Tom Lineham after last Thursday's semi-final success against St Helens. Picture by Mike Boden WHEN Ashton Sims took a football-mad relative to see Manchester United's stadium during a visit from Australia, he could only hope that one day he would be competing on the pitch rather than admiring the facilities of one of the world's greatest sporting venues.


  5. Feature / 08 Jul 2015The 11 best Iron Maiden songs based on historyRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 8, 2015 | Metal Hammer

    The Beast is due to be unleashed once again this September, when Iron Maiden release their 16th album, 'The Book Of Souls'. Throughout their career, founding member and bassist Steve Harris and vocalist Bruce Dickinson have often turned to historic events for inspiration.


  6. Max and Igor Cavalera go back to "Roots" in Ft. WayneRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 7 | Examiner.com

    Max Cavalera onstage at the Return to Roots Tour Tuesday, October 4, 2016 at the Hub in Fort Wayne, Ind. Nicholas Diltz of All Hail the Yeti onstage at the Return to Roots Tour Tuesday, October 4, 2016 at the Hub in Fort Wayne, Ind.


  7. Railway boss Mark Taylor reveals what it's like working at Stoke Train StationRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 3 | This Is Staffordshire

    Trained chef Mark Taylor is station manager for Virgin Trains at Stoke-on-Trent railway station. He talks to Laura James about his job and his life outside of work.


  8. Inside Wyoming's rough, tough undergroundRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 3 | High Country News

    We meet wild man Freddy Martinez, an acid-tripping biker, at the start of J.J. Anselmi's new book, Heavy: A Memoir of Wyoming, BMX, Drugs, and Heavy Fucking Music . But he's dead by the third page, setting a bleak tone for Anselmi's story of growing up in and eventually leaving a small high-desert mining town: Rock Springs, Wyoming.


  9. #9: 20th Century Masters:The Best of Scorpions Millennium CollectionRead the original story

    Sunday Oct 2 | WHTQ-FM Orlando

    Shipping to a APO/FPO/DPO? Please add the address to your address book. Make sure you include the unit and box numbers .


  10. 10 Greatest 'I'm Going Solo' Acts in MetalRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 2 | WWBN-FM Burton

    When a successful musician declares, "I'm going solo!," the results can sometimes be underwhelming. However, these 10 acts went on to become essential pieces of the metal landscape.


  11. LHS Class of 1966 needing addressesRead the original story

    Saturday Oct 1 | Logan Banner

    The Logan High School Class of 1966 will celebrate their 50th graduating year in October 2016.


  12. Edmonton International Airport stars in new reality TV seriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 1 | CKNW News Talk 980

    The Edmonton International Airport is about to hit the spotlight with a new TV show that focuses on Canada's northernmost major airport. It's part of a series set to air on the History Channel called Airport: Below Zero that will showcase how the EIA operates in the harsh climate of the Alberta prairies.


  13. Maiden voyage: heavy metal legend Bruce Dickinson takes aerial tour of capitalRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 30 | CBC News

    Iron Maiden singer Bruce Dickinson throws the devil sign from the passenger seat of a vintage 1940 Waco biplane. Dickinson dropped by the Canada Aviation and Space Museum in Ottawa on Sept.


  14. Edmonton International Airport the star of reality TV showRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 30 | Canada.com

    UPLOADED BY: Bill Mah ::: EMAIL: bmah:: PHONE: 780-429-5204 ::: CREDIT: Supplied ::: CAPTION: Edmonton International Airport Fire Chief Burl Hamm is interviewed by a crew filming a reality TV show at the airport. Supplied.


  15. Metal band Deftones to release signature IPARead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 30 | The Drinks Business

    The IPA will be named "Phantom Bride" after a track on the band's Gore album, released earlier this year. The "hoppy West Coast style beer" has been brewed with Mosaic, Amarillo, Simcoe and Citra hops, with the combination handpicked by Deftones frontman Chino Moreno.


  16. Track of the Day: 'Killing an Arab' by The CureRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 29 | The Atlantic

    I only noticed this particular Track of the Day theme today, and I immediately went back through the previous entries to make sure you hadn't run this one already. The Cure's reference to Camus's The Stranger is made pretty explicit in the refrain , but back in high school-when I both heard the song and read the book for the first time within a month of each other-I thought the song was a pretty good distillation of the novel's central themes.


  17. Much rock, less shock at Alice Cooper concert at Times UnionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 29 | Albany Times Union

    "And playing the role of Alice Cooper tonight..." he explained, flashing his trademark sneer 'n' leer at the end of the night, "me!" Vincent Furnier may be 68 years old, but his onstage alter-ego is ageless, which fortunately allows Alice Cooper free rein to unleash such angsty, adolescent anthems as "I'm Eighteen" and "School's Out," which closed out his concert at the Palace Theatre on Wednesday night with a double-barreled one-two punch, without making them sound - or look - utterly ridiculous. An Alice Cooper show has always boasted as much humor as horror, and the rock vaudevillian carried on that legacy at the Palace.


  18. Sophie i nds her voice - in RussiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 29 | Jewish Chronicle

    Sophie Solomon is relaxed. Despite an eye-wateringly early call to accommodate the time difference in Los Angeles where she's currently promoting her new album, she's on great form, talking enthusiastically about her life and music.


  19. Bradford boy found dead in his room after telling his mum he was being bullied at schoolRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 29 | Daily Mail

    Boy, 11, is found dead in his bedroom after telling his mother he was being bullied just three weeks into first term at secondary school Tributes have been paid to Year 7 pupil Asad Khan , who died shortly after being taken to hospital from a home in Bradford An 11-year-old boy has died three weeks into his first term at secondary school having been found unresponsive in his bedroom moments after reportedly telling his mother he was being bullied. Tributes have been paid to Year 7 pupil Asad Khan, who died shortly after being taken to hospital from his home in Bradford on Wednesday evening.


  20. Heavy metal band and Doncaster music venue clash over cancelled concertRead the original story

    Thursday Sep 29 | Sheffield Telegraph

    A heavy metal band and Doncaster music venue have become embroiled in a war of words over a cancelled concert. Rockers Diamond Head were due to play at Doncaster's Diamond Live Lounge last night - but the concert was shelved at the eleventh hour.