Samsung Propel Ozzy Commercial

Sleeveface

This growing Web phenomenon has its own Web site, Facebook presence, and thousands of inventive practitioners around the globe. Sleeveface compiles the cleverest of these images: the faux Morrisseys, wannabe Bob Dylans, and lookalike Madonnas whose posture and clothing is in perfect sync with their idols’ most classic record covers.   Check it out HERE.  

Music From The Beatles Is Coming To Videogames

MTV Networks and Harmonix — the game developer behind the popular “Rock Band” franchise — together with the Beatles’ Apple Corps Ltd., are developing an entirely new interactive music game based solely and exclusively on the entire Beatles catalog. The game, which does not yet have a title or release date, will not be partContinue reading “Music From The Beatles Is Coming To Videogames”

MTVMusic.com

For all of you haters out there griping about how MTV doesn’t play music videos anymore, here’s something to calm the waters. Check out MTV’s new website MTVMusic.com — their new online catalog that finally opens up MTV’s massive music video archive.   While MTV.com has always been a source for the latest music videos, MTVMusic.comContinue reading “MTVMusic.com”

Musicians Chime In For NBC Jingle

You may not know that the notes to NBC’s famous chimes are G, E, and C, but chances are you’d recognize the Peacock jingle in an instant. With that in mind, executives at the network decided to have some fun with their famous chimes and launched a national campaign calling for a 21st century reinventionContinue reading “Musicians Chime In For NBC Jingle”

Dr Pepper Making Good On Guns N’ Roses Offer

Guns N’ Roses fans thirsting for the upcoming “Chinese Democracy” will have a sweet, fizzy treat to savor as they listen.Dr Pepper is making good on a prior promise to provide every person in America a can of the soft drink if the album were to arrive in 2008, and yesterday (Oct. 22) revealed details ofContinue reading “Dr Pepper Making Good On Guns N’ Roses Offer”

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