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Ron Jeremy

The star of more than 2,000 adult films will undergo surgery at L.A.’s Cedars-Sinai.

Adult film star Ron Jeremy has been hospitalized and is in critical condition after suffering a heart aneurysm, a rep for the actor has confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter.

The performer, 59, drove himself to Cedars-Sinai on Tuesday after experiencing severe chest pains, according to manager Mike Esterman.

According to TMZ, who broke the story, Jeremy’s condition deteriorated, and he was transferred to the intensive care unit, where he was prepped for surgery.

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Named the “top porn star of all time” by industry publication AVN, the man whose nickname is “The Hedgehog” has long been considered the public face of pornography.

Jeremy has appeared in more than 2,000 adult films since 1978 and has had some crossover success, too, in such films as Orgazmo (1998), The Boondock Saints (2000) and The Rules of Attraction (2002).


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Trent Reznor’s How to destroy angels_ Releases “How Long” Video, Album Details

Through a clip directed by creative group Shynola—which has worked with Radiohead, Queens of the Stone Age, Blur and ColdplayTrent Reznor’s How to destroy angels_ released a new track, titled “How Long?” Compared to what we’ve heard from the group before—which also features Mariqueen Maandig and frequent Reznor collaborator Atticus Ross—it’s melodically a bit more uplifting, even if the video’s gritty, grey atmosphere is absolutely terrifying.

With the video release also came full details on the album, which is titled Welcome Oblivion. The album is set for a March 5 release through Columbia and features 13 tracks (15 if you purchase the vinyl edition, which has a slightly different track order).

You can watch “How Long” in the video player here

You can also check out Welcome Oblivion’s tracklist.

Tracklist (CD version)
1 The wake-up
2 Keep it together
3 And the sky began to scream
4 Welcome oblivion
5 Ice age
6 On the wing
7 Too late, all gone
8 How long?
9 Strings and attractors
10 We fade away
11 Recursive self-improvement
12 The loop closes
13 Hallowed ground

Tracklist (Vinyl version)
1 The wake-up
2 Keep it together
3 And the sky began to scream
4 Ice age
5 Welcome oblivion
6 On the wing
7 Too late, all gone
8 The province of fear
9 How long?
10 Strings and attractors
11 Recursive self-improvement
12 Unintended consequences
13 We fade away
14 The loop closes
15 Hallowed ground


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Ra Ra Riot - "Beta Love" video

David Dean Burkhart, a fan of Ra Ra Riot, recently made his own video for “Beta Love,” the dance-poppy title track from the band’s new album, by editing together footage from a local 1980s Bay Area UHF show calledDance Party. The band liked his work enough to make it the official video, and I’m not surprised. Those fuzzy images work as a monument to the timeless spectacle of giddy teenage awkwardness. Watch it below.

Beta Love is their latest EP. Ra Ra Riot is going to perform with Yeah Yeah Yeahs in Jakarta, Indonesia tomorrow, February, 1, 2013 at Dimensions Love Garage event.


Alicia Keys, Maroon 5 & Frank Ocean Performing at the Grammys

Alicia Keys and Maroon 5 will team up for a joint performance, and this year’s breakout nominee Frank Ocean will also take the stage at the Grammy Awards on Feb. 10, the show announced today.

The artists join previously announced performers Justin Timberlake, Dierks Bentley, Miranda Lambert, the Black Keys, fun., the Lumineers, Mumford & Sons, Rihanna, Taylor Swift, Carrie Underwood, Jack White, as well as Elton John and Ed Sheeran performing live together for the first time.

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The show will air live on Sunday, Feb. 10, at Staples Center in Los Angeles from 8 – 11:30 p.m. (ET/PT).


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