Music Roundup: Bruce’s New Essay, Radiohead’s New Songs, Tupac’s Old Sex Tape

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Bruce Springsteen has penned the foreword to Someplace Like America: Tales From the New Great Depression, a new book by Columbia journalism professor Dale Maharidge and Washington Post photographer Michael S. Williamson. An earlier work by the two men inspired The Boss’s “Youngstown” and “The New Timer.”

Researchers say they can pinpoint with “60% accuracy” a song’s chart position. There are two caveats: first, they can’t account for things like PR and social media. Second, it has nothing to do with how good the song may or may not be.

Radiohead has released two new tracks, “The Daily Mail” and “Staircase,” on its YouTube channel.

R.I.P. Vaclav Havel, whose revolutionary movement was inspired indirectly by the Velvet Underground and Frank Zappa.

Clutch ushers out legendary Austin club Emo’s.

A Tupac Shakur sex tape has been sold to a private collector.

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