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Illinois Attorney General goes after Lollapalooza; Will.I.Am sticks up for Michael Jackson; Arcade Fire's "The Suburbs" ekes toward No. 1


The Arcade Fire's new album is moving some units. (Kevin Westenberg)

By Aaron Leitko

-Apparently the Illinois Attorney General has a bone to pick with Lollapalooza, which kicks off tomorrow in Chicago.

-An LP of unreleased Michael Jackson tunes is set for release this November. Producer and Black Eyed Peas front man Will.I.Am thinks that it should stay in the vault.

-Arcade Fire's "The Suburbs" is eking toward the No. 1 slot on next week's Billboard 200 albums charts. It helps that it's priced to move.

-Finally, Al Gore can finally listen to all of those W.A.S.P records he's been missing out on (not really).

By Aaron Leitko  |  August 5, 2010; 9:00 AM ET
Categories:  Morning click  | Tags: Al Gore, Lollapalooza, Michael Jackson, The Arcade Fire, W.A.S.P., Will.I.Am  
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