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The spy spoof - at one point titled "Eight Arms to Hold You" - opened on Aug. 25, 1965.
The band is releasing a six-disc, deluxe edition of their final album with Lou Reed.
One of the tunes on "The Book of Souls" is a tribute to the "Mrs. Doubtfire" star, who took his own life last year following a long battle with depression.
The Hole rocker posted an emotional note to her late husband on Instagram, days after their daughter's 23rd birthday.
The former Skid Row frontman booked a KISS tribute band for his weekend wedding gala, and then joined them onstage.
The comeback of vinyl records is strong at Austin's Waterloo Records, where LPs account for more than 50 percent of sales.
The rockers have reportedly reconciled after a bitter war of words ended their friendship five years ago.
The former Black Sabbath drummer blames Ozzy's wife for his absence from the band's reunion.
A Dallas-based auction plans to sell what's said to be the first recording contract signed by the Beatles on Sept. 19.
The band foiled a protest by the notorious church in epic fashion.
The Foo Fighters frontman suffers from "social anxiety" and he is convinced his fears will ruin his big night at the Emmy Awards next month.
The soul veteran has reworked "River Deep - Mountain High" for her new album, insisting her former boss Phil Spector did a terrible job drowning out the vocals in the original.
The Los Angeles Police Department's Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force searched the KISS rocker's Benedict Canyon home as part of the probe, but they insisted that Simmons and his relatives are not the target of the inquiry.
The home in Aberdeen, Washington, where Kurt Cobain spent his childhood is for sale and just dropped $71,000 from the asking price.
Ol' Blue Eyes will receive the Architect of Sound: Vision and Artist Awards at the event, which will be hosted by Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band sidekicks Steven Van Zandt and Max Weinberg.
The married couple has been forced to cancel their summer tour so Giraldo can recover from surgery.
The "Pirates of the Caribbean" star knows how to shred.
The former Van Halen star hopes to launch a series focused on his family.
The two stars, who have both battled addiction issues in the past, will take part in the free event at the National Mall aimed at raising awareness about people in need of help.
The Beatles' first recording contract was signed in Hamburg, Germany, where the band honed its craft performing in the city's boisterous nightclub district.