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Posted at 10:10 AM ET, 02/11/2011

Lady Gaga debuts new single; Buffalo Springfield plans fall reunion tour; Former Smashing Pumpkins bassist arrested

By David Malitz

- That Lady Gaga sure knows how to make a splash. After months of teasing, including releasing the full lyrics, the pop megastar officially debuted her new single "Born This Way." You can listen to it above and see her perform it on Sunday night's Grammys, where she is nominated for a handful of awards, including Album of the Year.

- Boomers get ready - Buffalo Springfield is coming back. At least if a Rolling Stone report based on quotes from friend-of-band David Crosby is to be believed. Original members Neil Young, Stephen Stills and Richie Furay are supposedly gearing up for a fall tour.

- Here's one for the amazing mug shot files. Former Smashing Pumpkins bassist D'Arcy Wretsky (h/t) was arrested for the crime of "animals running at large." Really.

Clicky shuffle: Your random song for Friday morning:

- Beck, "The New Pollution"

By David Malitz  | February 11, 2011; 10:10 AM ET
Categories:  Morning click  | Tags:  Buffalo Springfield, Lady Gaga, Smashing Pumpkins  
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