The Beatles have just released a new, digital-only compilation titled Tomorrow Never Knows. The iTunes exclusive captures the band's "most powerful rock songs," including "Helter Skelter," "Revolution" and "Paperback Writer."
"Rock is dead" is a pretty popular sentiment these days (okay, it has been since Pete Townshend proclaimed the death of the electric guitar a few decades ago,) but while Jack Black was likely being tongue-in-cheek when he wrote the song "Rock Is Dead" off Tenacious D's new album Rize of the Fenix, he may have still been somewhat sincere.
I think it's safe to say that most of us were hoping that Courtney Love's attack on Dave Grohl was a one-off incident, but it looks like the Hole singer is still carrying a grudge against the Foo Fighters frontman.
A video has been making the rounds today featuring Kurt Cobain's isolated vocal track from "Smells Like Teen Spirit," taken from Nirvana's seminal 1991 album, Nevermind. While it's not exactly new (it's been up since 2010,) it's still a cool find, and you can listen in the video below.
Sadly, no major rock acts have recorded albums in outer space. Yet. Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl wants to change all that. “We have an idea. It’s kind of a really big idea,” he told MTV News, when asked about plans for a new album. “[We’re going to record it] in space. To tape. An analog moonshot.”