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Meat Puppets Complete Reunion Album

10th April 2007

Reunited rockers MEAT PUPPETS have completed their first new album in over a decade. RISE TO YOUR KNEES will be the first Meat Puppets release to feature KIRKWOOD brothers CURT and CRIS since NO JOKE!...

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Meat Puppets Reunite

27th April 2006

Rocker brothers CURT and CRIS KIRKWOOD will work together on a new MEAT PUPPETS album for the first time in over 10 years. The warring siblings haven't seen each other during the last tumultuous decade...

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Former Meat Puppets Star Gets 21 Months In Jail

3rd August 2004

Former MEAT PUPPETS bassist CRIS KIRKWOOD has been sentenced to 21 months in an Arizona federal prison - after a heated dispute over a parking space. The BACKWATER singer entered a guilty plea at...

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Meat Puppet Pleads Guilty To Assault

12th May 2004

MEAT PUPPETS bassist CRIS KIRKWOOD faces two years behind bars after pleading guilty to assault - after a row over a parking space. The BACKWATER singer, 43, entered a guilty plea at the US...

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Meat Puppets Star Must Remain In Custody

5th January 2004

Former MEAT PUPPETS bass player CRIS KIRKWOOD must remain in custody on assault charges, despite the fact he was shot during the alleged attack. A Phoenix, Arizona, judge has ruled that the musician is...

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Rocker Shot In Security Scuffle

5th January 2004

Former MEAT PUPPETS bass player CRIS KIRKWOOD is recovering in hospital in America after being shot by a security guard in Phoenix, Arizona. Kirkwood needed surgery for an abdominal wound and was in critical...

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Former Meat Puppets Star Arrested

5th January 2004

Former MEAT PUPPETS bass player CRIS KIRKWOOD has been arrested in Phoenix,Arizona, after a post-Christmas incident which left him hospitalised with gunshot wounds. The 43-year-old rocker is accused of assaulting a guard at a...

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