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    WATCH: New Tegan and Sara Video

    Canadian rocker twins Tegan and Sara are no strangers to self-deprecation (remember 2004's "You Wouldn't Like Me"?) -- and that doesn't change in the just-released music video for "Northshore," off their most recent album, Sainthood.

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    LISTEN: New Jimmy Eat World Single

    Arizona rockers Jimmy Eat World are gearing up to release their seventh studio album, Invented, on September 28, and you can listen to the rousing lead single "My Best Theory" on their website now! The song has the raw energy of their 1999 classic Clarity, which the band played in its entirety on a tour last year, tempered by the radio-friendly sheen of their 2001 breakthrough, Bleed American. Not surprisingly, the band tracked the new 12-song album in their hometown of Tempe, Arizona, with Clarity/Bleed American producer Mark Trombino. The boys will hit the road this fall for a U.S. tour, kicking off September 21 in Atlanta, GA. See the full list of dates here. What do you think of the new single? Let us know in the comments section below!

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    WATCH: Eminem, Rihanna Debut Video for No. 1 Song

    Eminem and Rihanna get personal in their new Joseph Kahn-directed "Love the Way You Lie" video, recruiting actors Megan Fox (Transformers) and Dominic Monaghan (Lord of the Rings, Lost) to play a couple trapped in an destructive relationship. With the actors embroiled in violent fights and steamy make-out sessions, the song and video address the complexity of domestic abuse, issues both Em and Rihanna have dealt with in the past.

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    Lily Allen Is Pregnant

    Lily Allen has confirmed her pregnancy with boyfriend Sam Cooper, The Sun reports. As an affirmation, the 25-year-old British pop singer tweeted a picture of herself, smiling, holding Thursday's issue of the tabloid: "Not quite front page worthy," she captioned the picture, "but anyways........... surreal." Allen's been keen on starting a family for some time, particularly in the wake of her 2008 miscarriage with then-beau Ed Simons of the Chemical Brothers. Last year, in a SPIN cover story, she said she simply wanted to "find someone to fall in love with, have another go at having children, and move somewhere else." "I'm still that little girl who wants to be loved and wants the attention of my mum and dad," she continued.

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    Eminem Remembers '8 Mile' Co-Star Brittany Murphy

    Eminem dished about his prescription drug addiction in SPIN's August cover story, and now the Detroit rapper has opened up about the loss of his 8 Mile co-star Brittany Murphy, who died last December of drug-related cardiac arrest at age 32. "It was crazy," Em said in Vibe magazine's August/September cover story. "It's crazy because at one point we were very close and she was a really good person. It's crazy when you see things not just with her but just all these things that are happening in Hollywood with people in music, with people in acting." "Famous people. Famous people are overdosing at alarming rates and -- that almost sounded like a commercial. Wow." He continued: "But they are. And it's one of those things, man, where you're famous, doctors will kiss your ass because they love the celebrity. 'Oh, I can call up Eminem and get him on the phone right now.

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    Lady Gaga, Eminem Lead MTV VMA Noms

    The nominees for the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards were announced Tuesday, and -- surprise! -- it turns out America is totally gaga for Lady Gaga! The pop radio queen scored 13 nods in total, setting a record in the award show's 27-year history. And she didn't stop there: Gaga is also the first artists to have two videos --"Telephone" and "Bad Romance" -- nominated for Video of the Year! Eminem follows Gaga with eight nods -- including Video of the Year and Best Male Video -- for his "Not Afraid" clip. Katy Perry "California Gurls"), Ke$ha ("Tik Tok"), and Taylor Swift ("Fifteen") received nods in the Best Female Video category, while Paramore ("Ignorance"), MGMT ("Flash Delirium"), 30 Seconds to Mars ("Kings and Queens"), Florence & the Machine ("Dog Days are Over"), and MUSE ("Uprising") will all vie for Best Rock Video.

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    5 Ways Kanye West's Life Is Better Than Yours

    Is social media big enough to contain Kanye West? He's long been blogging, but this week the Grammy-winning rapper favored Facebook with an impromptu a cappella performance, then joined Twitter and added 300,000 followers in just three days.That's a lot -- and he noticed. While Kanye sometimes uses Twitter for news -- revealing an album title change, or new lyrics -- he mostly showcases his fabulous life. And it's pretty, pretty fabulous. Here are five ways Kanye West's life is better than yours: No. 5: Kanye West makes extravagant purchases -- then does stupid things with them.Tweet: Is the Versace sofa to[o] hood? Might need to cover it in plastic!!! No. 4: Kanye West drinks from golden goblets, instead of water bottles.Tweet: I hate half empty water bottles so I copped these #goblets to drink out of. No. 3: Kanye West is on a horse.

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    EXCLUSIVE: Unreleased Queens of Stone Age Track

    Desert rock juggernauts Queens of the Stone Age are releasing a deluxe edition of their classic album Rated R on August 3, featuring six b-sides and a recording of their Reading Festival set in 2000. Listen to the previously-unreleased-in-the-U.S. track, "Ode to Clarissa," below! "Clarissa" is classic Queens of the Stone Age -- badass, supercharged rock'n'roll. A thunderous drum intro gives way to a piercing guitar riff. QOTSA completists might already be familiar with "Ode to Clarissa": It appeared as the 12th track on the Japanese pressing of Rated R; on a limited-edition vinyl version of the album; and as the b-side on the U.K. single for "The Lost Art of Keeping a Secret," the album's best-known tune. A live version of the "Clarissa," recorded at the Reading Festival, is included on the new Rated R special edition, as well. Rated R landed at No.

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    WATCH: Of Montreal Rock 'Late Night' with Solange

    Of Montreal visited Late Night with Jimmy Fallon Thursday dressed as fashionable ghouls in white face paint and suits and gowns to debut "Sex Karma," a new song from their September 18 release False Priest -- and they brought along a little help: Solange Knowles, aka Beyonce's younger sister. Watch below. Frontman Kevin Barnes and Knowles traded verses on the funky, Motown-esque number with tongue-in-cheek lyrics about sex: "I know that you want to scream / Honey, touch my everything / I look like a playground to you," Knowles sang. "Close your eyes and count to three / I'll kiss you where I shouldn't be," Barnes replied as Knowles gyrated down her microphone stand. A group of mimes (um... drinking milk?) joined the band on stage, too. Steamy... and weird! While the song will appear on False Priest, Barnes told SPIN that it was originally intended as a solo track for Knowles.

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    FIRST LISTEN: Pixies' Frank Black Produces Pete Yorn

    Singer-songwriter Pete Yorn has worked with a wide range of collaborators, including R.E.M. guitarist Peter Buck, actress Scarlett Johansson, and performer-producer Butch Walker (Pink, Avril Lavigne). His latest partner: Pixies frontman Frank Black. Yorn recruited the alt-rock pioneer to produce his self-titled new album, due September 28. Download the first leak, "Precious Stone," in exchange for a retweet, here, or listen below! The song is a back-to-basics pop rock track with enough gritty electric guitars, hummable melodies, and lovelorn lyrics to make Wallflowers-era Jakob Dylan blush.

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