ROCK HEADLINES: AC/DC, Linkin Park, Motley Crue

AC/DC will reissue their 1980 album Back In Black, on cassette as part of Record Store Day 2018, with a limited-edition run of 2,500 copies. The album went on to become the biggest selling rock album of all time – with sales of more than 50 million copies worldwide – placing it second on the all-time sales list behind only Michael Jackson‘s Thriller. The album was originally released just five months after the death of AC/DC singer Bon Scott.

Talinda Bennington has a request: change direction. That’s the message from Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington‘s widow, who shared the thought on Twitter about honoring her husband’s birthday. “On March 20th, post a pic holding up your hand, which symbolizes you know the 5 signs of emotional well-being. Write ‘I AM THE CHANGE’ on your hand.” Chester took his own life on July 20, 2017, at the age of 41.

Former Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee has publicly blamed his son Brandon for knocking him and leaving him with a bloody lip. Tommy recalled the incident on social media: “My fiance and I were in bed when my son busted into the room and assaulted me. I asked him to leave the house and he knocked me unconscious. He ran away from the police.” 21-year-old Brandon is the son of Tommy and his former wife, Pamela Anderson Lee.


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