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Ted Nugent - Flaming Lips Album Release Party Tour, Interview With Wayne Coyne
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Ted Nugent - ShutUp&Jam!
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Flaming Lips Album Release Party Tour, Interview With Wayne Coyne
Lyndsey Parker interviews Flaming Lips frontman Wayne Coyne about the new album "Oczy Mlody" and gets an exclusive tour of the rainbow- and unicorn-themed party.
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Orianthi: "Transmogrify" (Audio)
Orianthi performs "Transmogrify" (Audio)
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The Gitas: "Beverly Kills"
The Gitas perform "Beverly Kills."
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Backspin: Steve Jones on 'Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols'
The Sex Pistols guitarist discusses his memories of making the landmark 1977 punk album -- the only official full-length the Sex Pistols ever released.
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Backspin: Steve Jones on 'The Great Rock 'n' Roll Swindle'
The Sex Pistols guitarist talks about the punk legends' infamous mockumentary, their premature breakup, and what might have happened if the Pistols had stayed together.
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Backspin: Steve Jones on The Professionals
The guitar legend talks about his post-Sex Pistols band with Pistols drummer Paul Cook, the film 'Ladies and Gentlemen, the Fabulous Stains,' and his '80s battle with heroin addiction.
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Backspin: Steve Jones on Chequered Past
The Sex Pistols legend talks about his short-lived '80s supergroup with Michael Des Barres, Tony Sales, and Blondie's Nigel Harrison and Clem Burke, and about how his drug addiction and the wrong record producer ruined the project.
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Backspin: Steve Jones on 'Mercy' and 'Fire and Gasoline'
The Sex Pistols legend talks about getting sober, going solo, and embracing hair metal on the Sunset Strip.
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Backspin: Steve Jones on Neurotic Outsiders
The Sex Pistols legend talks about his little-known '90s supergroup with Duran Duran's John Taylor and Guns N' Roses' Duff McKagan and Matt Sorum, plus he reveals his unironic fondness for Journey and Boston.