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On February 9, Primus performed a couple of tunes on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon including “Lee Van Cleef” from their most recent album, Green Naugahyde. Check it out:

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Lana Del Rey has posted clips from two songs off her forthcoming debut album “Born to Die,” which will be released on January 30th. In addition, the title track will be released as a single January 22nd. The songs, “This Is What Makes Us Girls” and “National Anthem” can be found after the jump.

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Lana Del Rey performed "Video Games" on SNL this weekend.

Lana Del Rey performed “Video Games” this weekend on Saturday Night Live. We’ll let you form your own opinion. Watch it below:

NBC news anchor Brian Williams took time away from More Important Things to holler at Gawker with his take on her appearance:

Brooklyn hippster [sic] Lana Del Rey had one of the worst outings in SNL history last night — booked on the strength of her TWO SONG web EP, the least-experienced musical guest in the show’s history, for starters.

Ouch. The divisive singer, who has absorbed accusations of sporting a label-contrived image but has some fantastic songs behind her, still looks shaky onstage. But it wasn’t that bad, right? What do you think?

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Michelle BachmannSeems that The Roots don’t like Michelle Bachmann too much. The other morning on “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon,” presidential candidate Michelle Bachmann was on the show to be interviewed. The most talked about thing after the show was not her interview though, it was what The Roots decided to play as she walked out. As Bachmann walked out from behind the curtain The Roots distinctly broke into the classic Fishbone song, “Lyin’ Ass Bitch.”

The Roots often make sly, witty, and often pretty obscure song choices for the guests of the show. “Lyin’ Ass Bitch” is not a political song and is really about a bad relationship, but I think that this one has to be one of their best song choices yet.

Headless Gaga… Nice.

Lady Gaga performed headless on X-Factor UK.

“Marry the Night” is Lady Gaga’s 5th single off her massively successful album, Born This Way. And should you ever get the notion Gaga’s well of crazy fashion ideas has dried up, well, you underestimate her capacity for crazy fashion ideas. Here she is performing “Marry the Night” on X-Factor UK – headless.


Lady Gaga, who never rests because she is a cyborg, is on tour right now – hit the link to buy tickets and track future shows on Thrillcall.

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