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clouser on zombie solo album
from allstar: He's recording the as-yet untitled album for DGC, which is tentatively slated for a June 16 release. Charlie Clouser of is definitely performing on the album, along with Tommy Prong. The album is being produced by Zombie himself.
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australian closure
looks like closure has been banned in australia due to explicit content. it will be available in specialty stores who have imported it themselves.
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hmv closure
hmv's computer are listing closure as a 'deleted' item now, according to one person who wrote in. however closure is hmv's number 1 seller in videos this holiday season, according to another.
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autechre / squarepusher
edwin from the unofficial nothing records page sends along word of some rumors: There are a few more rumours going around about Autechre and Squarepusher. They may include bonus material - much like Plug "Drum N Bass For Papa". For Autechre - "Envane" and/or "Cichlisuite". For Squarepusher - "Vic Acid" and/or possibly the "Big Loada" EP.

On the WarpNet pages, "Next year is going to be a busy one with loads of releases from warp artists old and new, lot's of goings on in the USA and it's WAP100 year.". Which may mean that their will be other Warp artists being distributed by Nothing.

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the crow: 2037
info and rumors: People making the film: Rob Zombie (Director, Screenwriter); Edward Pressman, Jeff Most (Producers); Andy Gould (Executive Producer); Miljen Kreka Kljakovic (Production Designer).

The Reason: The purpose of how Zombie was chosen for the Directors chair was... the producers were pleased with Zombie's music video work and wanted him involved with the next appearance of the dead avenger (Zombie directed the video for I'm Your Boogeyman from the City of Angels soundtrack.) A while back Zombie has been quoted as saying he wants to have the film be completely different in storyline from the first two in the series, throwing out all the baggage except the core Crow mythology. So as of Augest 26, 1997 Rob Zombie has officially confirmed to direct the third film from his story idea. Titled The Crow: 2037, the film will center on a bounty hunter in the year 2037 who learns that he is actually the latest spirit enfused with the Crow's powers...which happened twenty-seven years ago.

Production begins: Filming is hoped to start this fall. (I'm guessing it already has)

The score/soundtrack: Rob Zombie is working on the film's score together with Nine Inch Nails' Charlie Clouser. To provide some further detail on Zombie's effort into getting this gig, he started writing the script last September just after White Zombie wrapped up its last tour. Also, he's going to be very involved with picking bands to appear on the film's soundtrack.

(Now the rumors you had before) On September 2, 1997... An unconfirmed source 'close to one of the production crew' has revealed that Nine Inch Nails member Trent Renzor will play the new Crow in the third film of the series. Also making the rumor rounds are mentions that the ending will feature a "massive apocalyptic war" where both Jesus Christ and Satan appear to sway the Crow to their side and join them in battle...

Filming taken place: On October 21, 1997... ZENtertainment reports that filming is set to occur in Prague.

The New Name: As of October 26, 1997... The Crow 2037: World of Gods and Monsters is the new working subtitle for the film. MTV news reported that the $25 million dollar film is a 'futuristic western'.

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mtv
the perfect drug was number 14 on top 100 of 1997 in japan. in america, it only scored a 30.
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muchmusic
the perfect drug got number 34 on muchmusic's 100 of all time. hurt got 73. (backstreet boys 1, 2, and 4. hanson, 3, 6. of all time?)
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circus
there's an "interview" with reznor in the january 1998 issue of circus magazine. he mentions "the fragile" again as the working title of the album.
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marilyn manson's book
some info on "the long hard road out of hell": ReganBooks, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers, will be publishing the autobiography of Marilyn Manson this March. Entitled "The Long Hard Road Out of Hell," and credited to Marilyn Manson with Neil Strauss (noted and respected journalist for Rolling Stone and the New York Times), this is Marilyn's candid and vivid life story in his own words. The book will contain dozens of previously unpublished photographs.

According to HarperCollins and Amazon.com (which is still listing the book incorrectly as "Marilyn Manson's Inferno," by the way) the book is on sale March 1, 1998 (count on the the 3rd, though, considering the 1st is a Sunday) and should run about $24.

The book will also be available on audiocassette from HarperAudio (don't know whether Marilyn is doing the reading or not).

Marilyn briefly commented on the book on MTV's "The Year In Rock" special:

"The book is going to be the first thing everyone sees. If I don't go to prison for the things that are contained within it or not murdered by the people I wrote about, then we'll finish our album, which hopefully will be done or actually out by May. It should be done a lot sooner than that. We've been working pretty hard on it so..."

No pre-order info as of yet. More info (obviously) to come...

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updating
once again, i apologize for not updating. not much to tell. and no nothingrecords.com update like i said earlier. but i will be getting to that in a future update, that i promise.
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