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‘The Amazing Spider-Man,’ ‘Twenty Twelve,’ ‘Savages’ — Check It or Chuck It

It’s Check It or Chuck It, a weekly column in which we recommend five things to check out and five things to “chuck.” Highlights this week include some web-slinging superhero fun, Oliver Stone’s return to the criminal underworld and BBC America’s Summer Olympics spoof. And, as always, we recommend a few things to avoid in your weekly media diet, including a fairy tale-based Blu-ray release and a pair of slumping reality shows.

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Fergus McDonald, Getty Images
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Dave Matthews Band, ‘Mercy’ – Song Review

Dave Matthews Band‘s history with producer Steve Lillywhite has certainly been a mixed bag, but that didn’t stop them from recruiting him to helm sessions for their latest album, ‘Away From the World,’ which drops on Sept. 11. Lillywhite previously worked with DMB on their first three discs — ‘Under the Table and Dreaming,’ ‘Crash’ and ‘Before These Crowded Streets,’ which also happen to be by far their three most successful — before firing him during sessions for their fourth, ‘Everyday.’

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Mary Ouellette, SheWillShootYou.com
Mary Ouellette, SheWillShootYou.com
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Iron Maiden Summon ‘Seventh Son’ in Massachusetts and New York – Concert Review

British heavy metal gods Iron Maiden have launched their much-anticipated 2012 North American tour. With shows in Mansfield, Mass., and Long Island, N.Y., on back-to-back nights, we took a two-day road trip to check out both shows. Strangely enough, although the two sets consisted of the same songs and stage show, the two nights were completely different.

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Category: Concerts, Reviews
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Kevin Winter, Getty Images
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Muse, ‘Survival’ – Song Review

It’s here – new Muse music from the atmospheric powerful rock trio! The band revealed earlier today that their song ‘Survival’ had been chosen as the official theme song of the Summer 2012 Olympics in London, and now the track has made it’s official debut.

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Giulio Marcocchi, Getty Images
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Flaming Lips, ‘The Flaming Lips and Heady Fwends’ – Album Review

Wayne Coyne’s got pull. He and his Flaming Lips, already masters of reinvention, find themselves again in the most unexpected of manners: by way of collaboration. The Lips have assembled a roster of playmates equally rogue

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Eric Leibowitz / FX
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‘Louie’, ‘Ted’, ‘Anger Management’ — Check It or Chuck It

All hail this week! And why should you hail a week, when hailing is usually reserved for more prestigious things, like kings or gods or Jennifer Lawrence magazine spreads?

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Mary Ouellette, SheWillShootYou.com
Mary Ouellette, SheWillShootYou.com
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Avenged Sevenfold + Halestorm Unleash Rock ‘N’ Roll ‘Nightmare’ – Review and Photos

Avenged Sevenfold fans in North America were bracing for a summer without any live shows from their favorite band until Metallica came and saved the day. Invited to participate in the Orion Music and More Festival in Atlantic City on June 24, Avenged Sevenfold decided to make the most of it, adding a few one off shows prior to their festival appearance. The first of the three shows was in Quebec City, Canada on June 21 followed by a second show on June 22 in Uncasville, Conn. The two shows would serve as a warm-up for their highly anticipated Orion performance.

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Karl Walter
Karl Walter
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311, ‘Time Bomb’ – Song Review

Remember when you and your buddies would stay up all night drinking Mountain Dew, eating pizza and playing ‘Tony Hawk’? The soundtrack of choice for such an age adolescent nerd revelry was obviously the tones of 311, for whom the basement trend continues in new single ‘Time Bomb.’

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‘Pocket Planes’ Mobile Game Review

If you’ve been sitting around dreaming what it would be like to run your own airline, your game has arrived.

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Category: Games, Reviews
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Puscifer: Facebook
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Maynard James Keenan’s Puscifer Bring Horizons, Oceans and Monsoons to New Jersey

Maynard James Keenan has been met with criticism due to his staunch views on not allowing pictures or video to be taken by fans during Tool, A Perfect Circle or Puscifer shows. With widespread Internet access covering the entire globe, fans can now know the exact set list, special effects and all the other intricate parts of a band’s live show. It’s frustrating for fans not to document their concert experience with their cameras, but after seeing Puscifer’s live show, we 100-percent agree with what Keenan is trying to preserve.

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Category: Concerts, Reviews
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Kevin Winter, Getty Images
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Smashing Pumpkins, ‘Oceania’ – Album Review

So the Smashing Pumpkins have become a prog rock band. Who could have known 20 years ago that Billy Corgan’s nasal sneer would float over the guitars of ‘The Celestials’ (yes, that’s the actual name of one of these songs), or that the Chicago band would release an album-within-an-album as their ninth release. ‘Oceania’ is a long player that longs for cosmic grandeur — and at times reaches those stratospheric ambitions.

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‘Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter’, ‘Futurama’ and ‘Comedy Bang! Bang!’ — Check It Or Chuck It

It’s a new week, and it’s loaded with awesome things like vampires, robots and self-righteous Aaron Sorkin characters. You have NO REASON to be bored! Read on for a list of five things to “check,” and five things to “chuck” this week, including ‘Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter,’ ‘Futurama’ and ‘Comedy Bang! Bang!’

Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter

Finally, the secret story of the 16th Presiden

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