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Posted at 10:25 AM ET, 12/14/2010

Coldplay and Eno, Part 2; Jiffy Lube Live most Googled in D.C.; George Clinton sues Black Eyed Peas

By David Malitz

coldplayColdplay gets conceptual on its new album. (Stephan Craneanscki)

- The next Coldplay album will be, all, like, conceptual and stuff. Frontman Chris Martin tells Billboard it will be about "two like-minded outsiders who meet in a very difficult environment and therefore have a journey together." Producer/all-around-amazing-dude Brian Eno will again team with the band.

- What was the No. 1 Google search term in Washington, D.C. in 2010? That would be Jiffy Lube Live, the massive concert venue in Virginia, formerly Nissan Pavilion.

- Funk legend George Clinton is suing Black Eyed Peas. So, he's doing his part.

By David Malitz  | December 14, 2010; 10:25 AM ET
Categories:  Morning click  | Tags:  Black Eyed Peas, Coldplay, George Clinton, Jiffy Lube Live  
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Comments

I'm sure the search terms were something like "Where/What the *bleep* is Jiffy Lube Live.

Posted by: EricS2 | December 14, 2010 10:57 AM | Report abuse

"Funk legend George Clinton is suing Black Eyed Peas. So, he's doing his part."

lulz

Posted by: Mat_ | December 15, 2010 7:57 PM | Report abuse

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