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Today, being Tuesday, means new music in the stores. And there's a few from Classic Rockers.
The Rolling Stones are releasing "GRRR". The career-spanning collection -- which features a bizarre album cover featuring a drawing of a gorilla with the Stones' signature tongue-and-lips logo -- is available in several different formats -- including a three-CD 50 track version and a four-CD Super-Deluxe version featuring 80 tracks.
Paul McCartney is releasing "Live Kisses" The set, which was recorded at L.A.'s legendary Capitol Studios on February 9th, features the former Beatle running through 13 tracks from his recent Top 10 hit standards collection, Kisses On The Bottom.
Peter Frampton is releasing "FCA! 35 Tour: An Evening with Peter Frampton". DVD features footage taped at New York City's Beacon Theater and Milwaukee's Pabst Theater, with Frampton personally going through the tour's performances for the hottest versions of all the songs for the CD.
While Soundgarden is releasing their 1st album in 16 years "King Animal"
And one other item of Music News you might want to know. In theaters tonight, is the Led Zeppelin 02 Concert, "Celebration Day". It's playing locally at the Cinemark theater at 7:30pm.
If you don't see it in the theater, it's coming out in stores on Nov. 19th.