• On This Date In 1975 Bruce Springsteen Was On The Cover Of ‘Time’ And ‘Newsweek’ [Videos]

    On this day in 1975 Bruce Springsteen was featured on the cover of both Newseek and Time magazine. Since print media isn&…

  • In The Mixtape: Fallon’s Pearl Jam Linsanity, DMX’s Return, Diddy’s Dunk Assist [VIDEOS]

    Last week, Alanis Morissette's "You Oughta Know" edged out Foo Fighters' "Rope" and Grouplove's "Spun" to win top Song of the Week honors. In this week's Mixtape, we take a look at Chris Brown & Rihanna's controversial collabos, DMX's return, Jimmy Fallon's spoof of Pearl Jam's "Jeremy", Lil Wayne's signing of Limp Bizkit, and tracks from Alabama Shakes and Sharon Van Etten. Click through to read, listen, and vote.

  • In The Mixtape: RIP Whitney Houston, S’Cowell’s X-Employees, Converse Kicks It

    Last week, Fiona Apple edged out Ellie Goulding to take Top Song of the Week honors. This week, we feature tracks from First Aid Kit, Sharon Van Etten, Kendrick Lamar, Big Pun, and Electric Guest along with a look back at the passing of Whitney Houston, Simon Cowell's cuts, and a peek ahead at the 54th Annual Grammy Awards. Click to get in the mixtape.

  • In the Mixtape: RIP Don Cornelius, Fiona Apple’s Back, Grammys Are Comin’ [VIDEOS]

    COED Nation, what’s good in your world? Welcome to another edition of Al Jones’ Songs of the Week. Hope you have endured a…

  • In The Mixtape: Seal’s Split, The Boss’s Ball, and Gold Guns Girls

    Last week, Big Sean beat out Lana Del Rey as the top vote getter for your favorite song of the week. In this week's edition of In the Mixtape, we give you stuff you might've missed, top songs from Metric, M83, Gotye, The Shins, and Grand Puba, and a look ahead at upcoming events in the world of music. Click to read, listen, and vote.

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    Lana Del Rey on SNL, Blue Ivy’s No B*tch, Idol & The Boss [THIS WEEK IN MUSIC]

    This Week In Music, we preview some songs by Big Sean, Atlas Genius, Fun, Lana Del Rey, and Common. We've also added two new features: one that takes a look at some of the most important music news you may have missed; the other that looks forward at some upcoming music hotness. As always, don't forget to vote for your favorite Song of the Week in our poll at the bottom.

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    Top 10 Funniest Lonely Island Music Videos For Cheer Up The Lonely Day

    July 11th is Cheer Up The Lonely Day. Originally, I was going to pull a bunch of pics of people, animals, and objects looki…

  • 41 Riotous “Rock Star” Yearbook Photos

    We've been pretty nostalgic here at COED lately. Earlier today, we showed you candid pics from the 61st and 62nd Academy Awards. In early February, we showed you yearbook photos of a former fat kid turned skinny rock star comedian and a beautiful blonde who went from hoodies to hot hand bras. Now, we turn our attention to the music industry with yearbook photos of 41 famous "rock stars". While you may notice not everyone in our gallery can be categorized as "rock", you have to admit they underwent a "rock star" transformation. Can you guess the identities without looking at the captions? See the pics after the jump!

  • Which Songs Go Best With These Drinks?

    On a gloomy weekday, one’s mind wanders to the delicious anticipation of that drink to finally send the week pack…

  • The Ultimate Christmas Music Playlist (1984-2010)

    One of the best things about Christmas time is the music. It's bright, colorful, and warm; just what you need to get through the cold winter months. I, being a young angry man, have the punk rock attitude of going a bit against the grain. While I do appreciate the likes of Burl Ives, Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra, and even the wholly depressing "Happy Christmas (War Is Over)" by John Lennon, I prefer my diet of Christmas music to be a bit more modern. So today I bring to you, some of my favorite modern Christmas tunes. Enjoy!!

  • Arcade Fire’s Win Butler Ranks Bruce Springsteen’s Top 14 Songs [VIDEO]

    For anyone who follows Bruce Springsteen or Arcade Fire, (and that's a lot of you) you might notice they have a mutual appreciation for each others music.  Aside from being featured on the cover of SPIN magazine together, Bruce & Arcade Fire have shared the stage a couple of times, including performances for President Obama. Arcade Fire frontman, Win Butler, recently compiled a list of his top 14 Springsteen songs. How do Win's ranking stack up against yours? Let us know after the jump!

  • 5 Sweet Rock Star Movie Appearances

    Okay, I’ll admit that musicians aren’t necessarily the best actors (hell, a lot of actors aren’t a…

  • Record Store Day Is Saturday!

    In this age of digital music downloads, the thought of walking into a record store to buy music seems like only something your grandparents (or at least your parents) would do - the fools! But such changes in technology and the way we consume music doesn't just hurt the corporate music execs, it also means independently owned music shops...

  • Songs in the Key of Pain: The Official Guantanamo Playlist

    We’ve all heard reports of interrogators blasting music at prisoners at Guantanamo Bay, and we’ve alway…

  • Jon Bon Jovi to Run for Governor of New Jersey…?

    Just this morning I was thinking to myself, “Wouldn’t it be great if another 80s icon ran for governor?…