ISLAMABAD (AFP) - Suspected Taliban militants planted a remote-controlled bomb that blew up a music shop and neighbouring stalls in Peshawar, police said Tuesday. A CD and music centre, as well as three other shops were destroyed when a locally made bomb went off in front of a bus stand in the Faqirabad area of Peshawar, local police official Anwar Khan told AFP. No loss of life was reported as the shops were closed overnight when the bomb exploded, police said. It was a huge explosion, Khan said. Another security official confirmed the attack. Militants have bombed scores of entertainment shops across the countrys northwest in recent years. , charging that music and films are contrary to the teachings of Islam.