The Wu-Tang Clan have produced only one copy of their new album, and it will go to the highest bidder. Greg Kot examines music’s new trend of bizarre marketing.
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The Swedish group burst onto the world stage 40 years ago this month – and are still one of the most successful bands of all time. Andrew Harrison asks why.
The 1960s-set programme has begun its final season on US TV. Its creator wants you to know how artistically important that is, explains Ken Tucker.
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