Hole's classic lineup has reunited for the first time in 15 years. Originally it seemed like it would just be a trio. Erlandson, Auf der Maur and Schemel were all spotted at the screening of Hit So Hard, a documentary about Schemel's struggle with drug addiction.
Auf der Maur told RollingStone. But in all of this time, I've never actually written a song with him. I've written half the album on my own — but I'm looking to really be kicked in the ass and whipped into a much better songwriter.
Love was nearby, talking on a phone. For the album, the song was later draped with melodrama: strings, celesta, kettledrums. Shut up!
Melissa Auf der Maur still remembers her first crush. His name was Rufus Wainwright. They were both 13, at a house party in Montreal and just a little bit tipsy.
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Just to set the record straight it was Wham! I used to watch Beverly Hillsok? Are you happy now?
Luckily for us, Melissa is used to having men beg her for things, and she took mercy. And so here are her recollections of how she came to learn about Shining, befriend Munkeby, and the collaboration that ensued. Since I saw and heard them explode out of that festival tent, they have topped my favorite albums of list with their one of a fucking kind blend of industrial, metal, and jazz: the phenomenally original Blackjazz.
According to Wretzky, the band is planning to launch a summer tour featuring frontman Billy Corgan, original guitarist James Iha, original drummer Jimmy Chamberlain and, now a to-be-determined bassist, beginning in July. It is? The interviews were done via text?
Never mind the kneecaps. Tonya Harding's focused on a new set of body parts these days: her very own breasts. Nancy Kerrigan's former nemesis is apparently hot to bare her surgically enhanced assets
She is at once handing out gifts -- large candles made by "my witches" -- to Hole guitarist Eric Erlandson and bassist Melissa Auf Der Maur, acknowledging a journalist -- me -- and going on enthusiastically to Geffen Records publicist Jim Merlis about a controversial item of some sort that appeared recently in a New York paper. Indeed, Courtney Love, movie star and Versace model, is nowhere to be seen. Instead, Courtney Love, punk-rock grrrl, is back, ready to kick ass.