Ray Charles

<B>2005</B><br>
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<B>“Chinese Democracy” history:</B><br>
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The <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORCRP010822" title="The New York Times" href="/topic/arts-culture/mass-media/news-media/the-new-york-times-ORCRP010822.topic">New York Times</a> publishes a detailed article about the making of “Chinese Democracy,” claiming that it cost $13 million to make, which is later refuted by the band’s then manager. The album's prospects feel dim.<br>
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<B>The world outside of “Chinese Democracy:”</B><br>
<br>
“The Osbournes” and “ <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ENMV000104" title="Star Trek (movie, 2009)" href="/topic/entertainment/movies/star-trek-%28movie-2009%29-ENMV000104.topic">Star Trek</a>: Enterprise” come to an end.” “Million Dollar Baby” is named best picture, and the Grammys are Guns N’ Roses-less again, with <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB000944" title="Ray Charles" href="/topic/entertainment/music/ray-charles-PECLB000944.topic">Ray Charles</a> winning for “Genius Loves Company.”
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( Norman Seeff )

2005

“Chinese Democracy” history:

The New York Times publishes a detailed article about the making of “Chinese Democracy,” claiming that it cost $13 million to make, which is later refuted by the band’s then manager. The album's prospects feel dim.

The world outside of “Chinese Democracy:”

“The Osbournes” and “ Star Trek: Enterprise” come to an end.” “Million Dollar Baby” is named best picture, and the Grammys are Guns N’ Roses-less again, with Ray Charles winning for “Genius Loves Company.”

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