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AND WAIT, THERE’S MORE: New-wave performance artist...

AND WAIT, THERE’S MORE: New-wave performance artist Ann Magnuson will turn her satirical eye to music video this Saturday on the “Off the Wall” segment of the USA Network’s “Night Flight” show. Slated to air at 1 a.m., Magnuson’s segment will feature her disguised as Fallopia, an imaginary Prince protege who will offer tips on how to achieve rock video stardom. . . . Ex-Go-Go’s singer Belinda Carlisle (who got married last weekend to Morgan Mason) has a solo album due next month on I.R.S. Records, produced by Michael Lloyd, who used to work with Sean Cassidy, among others. The album, titled “Belinda,” features Go-Go’s alumna Charlotte Caffey on keyboards and guitars, who’ll accompany Carlisle on tour (she arrives at the Roxy May 15 and 16). The album has already gotten heavy airplay in one unlikely spot--former Go-Go’s drummer Gina Shock’s answering machine. Shock’s pals report that a recent message featured an excerpt from a new Carlisle song, spotlighting the immortal lyrics, “The future is just stuff and nonsense.” . . . And when it comes to tacky album art, how about the new UFO album (on Chrysalis Records), which features a photo of a pouting nymphet armed with a huge revolver (and a tattoo on her arm of a half-naked girl, also waving a gun)?


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