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Beyoncé is many things to many people – muse, icon, trailblazer, Sasha Fierce – but there's one label that she may not be so quick to claim: Illuminati. The pop goddess has been dogged with rumored links to the super-secret society for years, with conspiracy theorists pointing to her and husband Jay-Z as the reigning king and queen of the centuries-old organization.
But how did the
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It might not have seemed like it during the champagne-and-cocaine supernova of his Brit-pop Nineties – back when a given night might find him detained by police on a ferry to Amsterdam, tossed out of Abbey Road Studios mid-session, or skipping an Oasis gig to go house-shopping – but Liam Gallagher was always
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In March 1973, an item appeared in the Random Notes section of Rolling Stone about John Hammond of Columbia Records. The veteran A&R man had suffered a heart attack while checking out a concert by a new act he'd just signed. "He attributed it to a heavy work schedule and weakness from a virus he picked up in Paris," the item read. "His doctor, however, disagreed. He says it was due
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The last time Morrissey released an album, things didn't go very well. Despite positive reviews, 2014's World Peace Is None Of Your Business was pulled from digital sites just weeks after it came out because Moz got into a dispute with the record label, Harvest Records. He played the vast majority of the
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