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THIS WOULD NOT HAVE HAPPENED IN 1980

"I remember when your first album came out and I cranked it up and said punk had its first major artistic statement," declares L.A. City Council member Mitch O'Farrell while honoring the seminal band X on X Day in Los Angeles. "Or maybe I said it was a dangerous and corrupting influence on our youth and should be banned. It was a long time ago." Seen seconding the band's motion that our phone's off the hook but we're not are Grammy Museum stalwart Scott Goldman, O'Farrell, Exene Cervenka, Billy Zoom, John Doe and D.J. Bonebrake.

GREIN ON GRAMMYS: SURPRISES ON THE GRAMMY BALLOT
You can't tell the categories without a scorecard. (10/17a)
AN OPEN LETTER TO THE BIBLE'S CHART CHIEF
Silvio is stuck in the middle. (10/17a)
GREIN ON GRAMMYS: WHO'S IN, WHO'S OUT FOR BEST NEW ARTIST
Grammy Whisperer is getting busy. (10/17a)
NEW RELEASES:
WAY IN THE P!NK (UPDATE)
You might say "shocking P!nk" this time. (10/17a)
iHEART SETS FORUM ALT ROCK SHOW
Some mainstream visibility for several excellent cutting-edge bands. (10/17a)
HITS GRAMMY SPECIAL
You buy ad now, yes?
WE WILL NEVER EAT PIZZA AGAIN
Of course, we said that last time.
EMINEM
The cypher vs. the cipher.
A WHOLE NEW CHESSBOARD
You can't tell the players without a trade rag.
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