XPN Morning Show MusicNotes: #XPNVinylatHeart – “Zoomed-out” classic album covers; Stream TV on the Radio’s new “Seeds” & Bruce Springsteen & Dave Grohl perform controversial cover of “Fortunate Son”

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via Stereogum.com
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Stereogum is showing that perhaps they’re “Vinyl at Heart” with a montage of what some classic album covers might look like if you zoomed out a little farther!   Check out several below and a bunch more here.

via Stereogum.com
via Stereogum.com
via Stereogum.com
via Stereogum.com
via Stereogum.com
via Stereogum.com

TV on the Radio releases their new album, “Seeds” on November 18th, but the album is currently streaming here.

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Seeds is TV on the Radio’s 5th studio album & first since the death of bassist Gerard Smith on April 20th. It’s their first production since 2011’s Nine Types of Light. The Brooklyn band has already shared three songs off “Seeds” including “Happy Idiot,” Could You,” and “Careful You” .

Check out actor Paul Ruebens (aka Pee-wee Herman) in video for “Happy Idiot”

The National Mall in Washington DC was jammed with hundreds of thousands of people Tuesday night for The Concert for Valor, which was designed to honor the nation’s veterans on Veteran’s Day. It was carried live by HBO.  Metallica, Rihanna, Carrie Underwood, & the Black Keys were among the performers.

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Bruce Springsteen joined Dave Grohl and the Zac Brown Band to cover Creedence Clearwater Revival’s  “Fortunate Son.” However the performance of the song has led to some controversy that you can read about here.

You can watch some fan video of the performance by clicking on Consequenceofsound.net

via Washington Times
via Washington Times
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