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Tuesday, 11 June 2002 ,  Written by Jerry Del Colliano
Bassist Dee Dee Ramone of Queens New York punk act, The Ramones, died of an apparent overdose at his home in Los Angeles. Known best for the song "I Wanna Be Sedated" The Ramones are a successful, yet embroiled punk act who’s appeal has lasted for decades. Dee Dee Ramone was reportedly found with a syringe in his body and was rumored to shoot heroin. Ramone was 49 and was last publicly seen at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ceremony where he was inducted this year.
Wednesday, 05 June 2002 ,  Written by AVRev.com
CNN is reporting the R&B superstar R. Kelly, known best for his Space Jam soundtrack hit "I Believe I Can Fly" was indicted on 22 charges of child pornography by an Illinois Grand Jury today. Kelly had been under investigation for over three years. The smoking gun is allegedly a video tape of Kelly involved sexually with a 14 year old girl. Kelly and the child's parents deny the allegations.
Wednesday, 05 June 2002 ,  Written by AVRev.com
Bertelsmann Music Group (BMG) is the first major record company to institute a new self-imposed rating policy for albums with explicit lyrics and or subject matter. Expanding on the RIAA’s current Parental Advisory Program, BMG will place additional labels on albums with explicit material giving consumers more information about the nature of the content on the album with three categories - Strong Language, Violent Content and Sexual Content. Albums that contain multiple types of explicit content will have more than one label. These new labels will appear on the lower right corner of the album under the Parental Advisory Label.
Tuesday, 04 June 2002 ,  Written by Jerry Del Colliano
In an unprecedented move, Interscope Records allowed record stores to start selling "The Eminem Show" days before its already hurried release date because of rampant CD piracy. The difference with this record vs. RIAA claims of MP3 piracy is that "The Eminem Show" was actually being sold on street corners in New York, Los Angeles and elsewhere in significant numbers. Record stores complained to the label – demanding an early release – which resulted in over 250,000 units being sold in the first few days – a very welcomed commercial success much needed by an ailing record industry.
Sunday, 02 June 2002 ,  Written by AVRev.com
ABKCO Records will release 22 early Rolling Stones titles in high resolution stereo on the SACD format over the next few months. This marks the first significant offering from a major artist in the on-going format war between Sony and Philip’s SACD media vs. DVD-Audio which is supported by AOL Time-Warner, Matsutista and many other music and equipment companies.
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