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I Can’t Live Without My Internet Radio

A positive counter to yesterday’s semi-sob story about our lack of television… Assuming that you live somewhere you can get it hooked up, then it’s fair to say that the...
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…And Punk Rock Was All About Going To Church and Doing Your Homework On Time

Kevin Liles, Executive Vice President of the Warner Music Group, quoted in the Styles section of Sunday’s New York Times. “When the boss says to me you’re not educated enough,...
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New York Cares

It was reassuring that over Labor Day Weekend, we saw donation drives for Hurricane Katrina victims all across our new Catskills homeland – from ferociously left-wing Woodstock, where an eight-band...
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Today’s Greatest Song of All Time

‘Here Comes A Regular’ by The Replacements Do not discuss...
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Frankly, Frightening

So I was boxing up all my dance music compilations last night: I’d use the term ‘mix CDs’ but when the American rave scene started the DJ culture had yet...
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This Last Week, I’ve Been Listening To…

SNOW & VOICES – SNOW & VOICES (Bird Song) SURGERY – THE WARLOCKS (Mute) FREE THE BEES – A BAND OF BEES (EMI) WHO CAME FIRST – PETE TOWNSHEND (Eel...
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Up There In The North of England

Wednesday morning I posted about the Echo & The Bunnymen mailing list drive to get Ian McCulloch & co. “back at the top” of the charts by asking fans world-wide...
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Barely legal?

I got this e-mail Monday from the Echo & The Bunnymen mailing list. Now is your chance to get Echo & The Bunnymen back into the top 10 (UK Charts)....
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