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Tuesday, May 13, 2008

In the Last 24 Hours (or more) on Line Out

posted by on May 13 at 13:16 PM

Kidnapped!: King Cobra’s owners pull Trent Moorman in the back alley and torture him… with breakfast cereal.

New Cure Song: The first of many to come in their new “song a month” series.

Bam! Dawn! Triumph! Cymbals!: Taste Sibelius’ black punch in Finlandia.

Funky, Latin Disco: TJ Gorton on Sťrgio Mendes and the New Brasil

Christsakes: Christian Today writes shitty music reviews, but wonderful Jesus reviews.

Eurovision: Griet Verlinde gets excited, you get excited too.

Today’s Music News: The Faint announce new record and new label, Metallica posts in-studio footage, and EMI lays off a bunch of people, further supporting the argument that the music industry is dying.

Tonight in Music: Atmosphere, Foscil, Collie Buddz, the Dirtbombs.

Top Five American Hiphop Producers: Charles Mudede puts RZA at number one.

New Weezer: Now with less wait!

That’s Still About a B- Average: UK’s Get Out Clause get an A+ from David Schmader. But not for their music.

Every Band Has One: “Iím sick of our guitar playerís girlfriend. She ruins our shows with her stupid dancing. Itís embarrassing watching her hop around like a wounded chicken.”

Death Cab for Cutie: And all their songs about meaningless sex.

KingCobraAlley2.JPG No Trent Moormans were harmed in the making of this photo; Photo by Matt Harvey.

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1

You missed the News Week article that shows what Einstein thought about The Bible.
He thought it was "childish". Just classic.

Posted by Vince | May 13, 2008 3:06 PM
2

Please stop repeating RIAA talking points. The 'music industry' is thriving. It's the industry focused on selling little pieces of plastic that is dying.

Posted by Loves Music | May 14, 2008 8:21 AM

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