News Ticker: Jack White, Gene Simmons, Method Man

August 5th, 2009 by Rolling Stone Leave a reply »

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  • Jack White is selling “Fly Farm Blues,” an impromptu track he whipped up and recorded to two-track in Tennessee during the shooting of It Might Get Loud, as a 7″ vinyl single via his Third Man Records for $6. Pre-order is available on the Third Man site.

  • Trent Reznor said he’d never want to be like “clown” Gene Simmons, and now the Kiss bassist has responded, Twenty Four Bit reports, posting on his own Website, “Trent grew up on Kiss and cut his teeth on our toons. When he was recording Downward Spiral, he had two action figures on his mix console &#*212; Jesus and Gene Simmons. Once you’re a self confessed heroin addict, who used the stuff for years, you don’t look at life the way the rest of us do… I’m told.”
  • A new lawsuit claims Method Man fired an air gun at a fan rather than sign an autograph, TMZ reports. Mary Anderson claims she was struck by six pellets from the MC’s gun outside a Houston show in November 2008.

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