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The 2010 Voodoo Experience: Superstars & The Unsung Heroes

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The 2010 Voodoo Experience: Superstars & The Unsung HeroesCity ParkNew Orleans, LAOctober 29--31, 2010During Halloween Weekend 2010 (October 29-31), New Orleans City Park played host to the 12th Annual Voodoo Experience. As always the festival featured food, fun, retail therapy, corporate sponsors/giveaways and top-shelf performances by musical legends, multi-platinum chart-topping superstar ...

Break Up The Concrete

Label: Shangri-La Music
Released: 2008
Track listing: Boots of Chinese Plastic; The Nothing Maker; Don't Lose Faith in Me; Don't Cut Your Hair; Love's a Mystery; The Last Ride; Almost Perfect; You Didn't Have To; Rosalee; Break Up the Concrete; One Thing Never Changed.

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The Pretenders: Break Up The Concrete

Read "Break Up The Concrete" reviewed by Mike Perciaccante

At first look, with the exception of Chrissie Hynde, The Pretenders circa 2008 bears little resemblance to the band that blasted its way onto the musical landscape with “Brass In Pocket" and “Mystery Achievement" in 1980. Besides Hynde, only one other original Pretender is still alive--drummer Martin Chambers, and he doesn't even play on this CD. ...


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