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This Just Happened: As Lil Wayne prepares for his release from jail, T.I. heads back in

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(Photo credit: Colin Meloy of the Decemberists by Erik Thompson)

Lil Wayne‘s being released this week after nearly eight months in prison, and his return to the stage has already been announced: he’ll appear on the final stop of Drake‘s Light Dreams and Nightmares tour which comes to an end in Las Vegas this Saturday. [MTV]

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In other penal-related news, T.I. started his 11-month sentence today. There’s still no word on the release date of his long-awaited new album, No Mercy. [XXL]

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After an on-stage fight this past weekend in Vancouver, Women have cancelled all upcoming tour dates. Whether or not the band is still a band is up in the air. [Exclaim]

Women “Black Rice” (mp3)
Women “Group Transport Hall” (mp3)

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Following the release of his new single, “Time Of My Life,” next month, Patrick Wolf will be dropping a new album in 2011 through Hideout Records.

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There’s a new Flogging Molly album in the works. This will be the group’s first studio release since 2008′s Float. [Punk News]

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The Decemberists have set a release date of January 11 for the band’s new album, The King Is Dead. [NME]

The Decemberists “The Soldiering Life” (mp3)

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White Lies have also set January 11 as the release date for Ritual, the band’s follow-up to 2009′s To Lose My Life.

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Regina Spektor will be releasing Live in London on CD, DVD & Blu-ray November 22, capturing her sold-out Hammersmith Apollo show from December 2009.

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Unfortunately, it’s being reported that Lily Allen has suffered a miscarriage; her second since 2008. [Billboard]

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Alanis Morissette, on the other hand, is still with child. And she is massive. [TMZ]


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