Your daily dose of national music news for Thursday, June 25, 2009...
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- The music world is getting some new music from an unlikely source: Astronaut Buzz Aldrin. Joining the second man on the moon? Snoop Dogg, Talib Kweli and Soulja Boy.
- Michael Jackson is in talks to release a video game that lets users interact with a virtual Jacko and perform his dance routines. Hopefully it's better than his Moonwalker game.
- Jeff Buckley's postumous catalogue is coming dangerously close to rivaling Tupac's: An unreleased version of his cover of Elton John's "We All Fall In Love Sometimes" has surfaced and will be featured in the new movie My Sister's Keeper. You can hear the track for yourself here.