Last Lap: Tuesday’s Odds And Ends In Music News


“Moves Like Jagger” Video Premieres Online
Lots of quick cuts between file footage of Jagger himself, performance clips of Maroon 5 and Christina Aguilera, a number of mostly-female, mostly-scantily-clad Jagger impersonators dancing—was that a boob? This one’s not going to clear our standards board without edits. [YouTube]

Sony Warehouse Packed With Independent Labels’ Stock Burns In North London
One of the many and far-reaching consequences of the civil unrest in the United Kingdom is the effect the destruction of a distribution warehouse will have on the independent labels who housed stock there. A follow-up report by Pitchfork suggests that physical losses will be covered by insurance, but many labels (listed in full in both reports) will simply not have physical stock to sell for the foreseeable future. [The Guardian]

John Frusciante Has A Stalker
The ex-Red Hot Chili Peppers guitarist has filed a restraining order against a 32-year-old woman who, he claims, continually approaches him and his wife in the hope of writing a screenplay about him. [TMZ]

Evanescence Premiere Single On MTV Special
Evanescence performed “What You Want” live and debuted the studio version on MTV First. It’s been five years since they released an album. Do they still have it? Let us know what you think.

[John Frusciante Image: Getty Images]

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