Tenacious D and Dave Grohl, New Stones Music, Queen Movie Soundtrack, and More…

Tenacious D has revealed their latest project and it includes Dave Grohl. The Foo Fighters drummer has played on all the Tenacious D albums, and he is now playing drums in their YouTube series called Post-Apocalypto. The series debuts September 28th. – Ultimate Classic Rock

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Mick Jagger teased fans the other day on Twitter with a video showing him playing harmonica and the caption “Harmonica playing on new tunes!” See the video here.

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The soundtrack to the upcoming Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody will contain songs from their legendary Live Aid set in 1985, in addition to new and live versions of the band’s best-known songs.Four songs from their Live Aid performance — “Bohemian Rhapsody,” “Radio Ga Ga,” “Hammer To Fall,” and “We Are the Champions,” as well as singer Freddie Mercury’s “Ay-Oh” crowd singalong before “Hammer to Fall” — will be on the record and have never before been released in any audio format. The Bohemian Rhapsody soundtrack will be released Oct. 19. –Ultimate Classic Rock

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Paul McCartney’s latest album Egypt Station is out and according to reviewers it has a bit of an edge to it including a song titled “Fuh You”. The music legend may be pushing the envelope a bit more than he ever has; however, he has earned the right to do so.

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Sessions recorded by R.E.M. for the BBC between 1984 and 2008 have been compiled for a new box set. The eight-CD, one-DVD R.E.M. at the BBC will arrive on Oct. 18. – Ultimate Classic Rock

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On November 2nd, Metallica will reissue And Justice for All in a boxed set.

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