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Joan Jett's new fave band, Girl in a Coma, wakes us up with brazen, bold rock n roll with the down home Texas integrity to back it up in Trio B. C.
Female MCs take the mic in Fly Girls: B-Boys Beware Revenge of the Super Female Rappers, a collection of the ill-est (if not best known) voices of early hip hop.
Powerhouse vox, Coco, conjures up old-school girl rock with the rest of The Ettes on Danger Is.
Arty Brooklyn-band, The Dirty Projectors, twist electronica into the complex, curious, and catchy album, Bitte Orca.
Cool psych-rockers Dengue Fever reminisce about the history of native Cambodian rock music through the documentary and CD Sleepwalking Through the Mekong.
Dirty, sexy Jack White and his all-star friends get even grittier with the Dead Weather's growling album Horehound.
Jarvis Cocker shows off his soulful, rock star swagger in the former Pulp frontman's release Further Complications.
Brooklyn's metal darlings Children melt face with the swelling, epic guitar duels of Hard Times Hanging at the End of the World.
Camera Obscura's heartfelt, Glasgow twee proves My Maudlin Career is nothing to scoff about.
As was previously noted, Madonna recently turned 51. I think it's time for her to ditch her manpanion and pair up with someone she can grow really old with. But who's man enough to date Madonna? She's rich, she's powerful, she's beautiful, she's funny, she's smart. I thought she'd finally found love with Guy Ritchie, but even he didn't manage to love the girl till death them do part. I have a feeling that what Madonna really, really wants in life is a partner. It always amazed me that in a world where even Steven Hawking can cheat on his wife (!!!!), Madonna can't find a lasting partnership.
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