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My Bloody Valentine Feb 3, 13, 11:44 a.m.
New album after 20 years. Available now.
Font freakout in Chrome Nov 14, 12, 8:27 a.m.
Anyone know how this is happening? It only occurs now and then.
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Oct 6, 11, 4:58 p.m.
I think I'm taking off work for this one.
FIX - The Ministry Movie Sep 9, 11, 11:41 a.m.
Tom Waits Aug 23, 11, 7:49 a.m.
Tom Waits has announced a new album.
Bad As Me is Tom Waits’ first studio album of all new music in seven years. This pivotal work refines the music that has come before and signals a new direction. Waits, in possibly the finest voice of his career, worked with a veteran team of gifted musicians and longtime co-writer/producer Kathleen Brennan. From the opening horn-fueled chug of “Chicago,” to the closing barroom chorale of “New Year’s Eve,” Bad As Me displays the full career range of Waits’ songwriting, from beautiful ballads like “Last Leaf,” to the avant cinematic soundscape of “Hell Broke Luce,” a battlefront dispatch. On tracks like “Talking at the Same Time,” Waits shows off a supple falsetto, while on blues burners like “Raised Right Men” and the gospel tinged “Satisfied” he spits, stutters and howls. Like a good boxer, these songs are lean and mean, with strong hooks and tight running times. A pervasive sense of players delighting in each other’s musical company brings a feeling of loose joy even to the album’s saddest songs.
Fast Five... is good? Apr 28, 11, 4:06 p.m.
Anyone else a bit shocked by this? These films have always been a guilty pleasure for me. But this score is a bit unexpected.
In before who cares what critics say.
Looking for more examples like this Jan 20, 11, 3:34 p.m.
Looking for examples of brochures and such that have multiple sizes of papers and documents, preferably bound together. Anyone?
Overheard in checkout line Nov 9, 10, 5:15 p.m.
So, a scruffy short older man was in line buying crown royal.
clerk: have you had your flu shot yet?
customer: no sir, aren't allowed to have 'em.
clerk: oh, why's that?
customer: once, I was paralyzed from the neck down.
clerk: thank god you can walk
customer: what? I dunno what it was actually.
customer: well, it was probably that agent orange I was exposed to.
clerk: oh my. (getting uncomfortable)... ummm, is there anything else I can get for you today?
customer: no thanks, I'm not gay. (walks out)
That just happened. =)
R.I.P Sparky Anderson Nov 4, 10, 1:07 p.m.
Hall of Fame manager Sparky Anderson has died. He was 76.
Family spokesman Dan Ewald says Anderson died from complications from dementia.
Anderson guided the Cincinnati Reds to World Series championships in 1975 and 1976 and then led the Detroit Tigers to the 1984 title.
I don't think I cared as much about baseball as I did in 1984. R.I.P. Sparky.
R.I.P. Greg Geraldo Sep 29, 10, 3:09 p.m.
Comedian Greg Giraldo Has Passed Away
September 29, 2010
Jim Norton was one of the first to confirm his passing..here is the link to his tweet.
More information coming as it is available
Comedian Greg Giraldo had been in in critical but stable condition at a New Jersey hospital after suffering an accidental drug overdose, sources told the New York Post.
The 44-year-old “Last Comic Standing” judge was taken to Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Brunswick Saturday after he collapsed in a hotel room. TMZ cited unnamed insiders as emphasizing Giraldo’s overdose of prescription pills was not a suicide attempt.
Good news everyone! May 18, 10, 2:17 p.m.
Futurama is back! New episodes begin airing June 24th on Comedy Central.
Record Store Day 2010 Apr 16, 10, 1:59 p.m.
...is tomorrow. Please support your local record store.
For partial list (US) go here:
Full list below:
* Lots of new material from Sub Pop, including Beach House's "Zebra" 12" single, which features four songs, including new versions of two Teen Dream tracks. Also: Casual Nostalgia Fest, a compilation of songs recorded live at SP20, the label's 20th anniversary festival, CocoRosie's "Lemonade" 7", the Album Leaf's There Is a Wind 12", a Dum Dum Girls/Male Bonding split 7", a 7" single from Happy Birthday, and a reissue of Soundgarden's 1987 debut single.
* A double vinyl version of Pavement's retrospective album Quarantine the Past, featuring a different tracklist and customized artwork. And in the UK, a 7" single featuring "Cut Your Hair" and "Grounded".
* "Fool's Day", a 7" single from Blur, featuring the first new song from all four original members since 2003. (UK only)
* 11 different versions of Fucked Up's Daytrotter Sessions single, 10 of which feature covers that pay tribute to specific independent record stores in the U.S.
* A DVD of The Life of the World to Come, the new film that features Mountain Goats frontman John Darnielle playing the entire 2009 album of the same title, directed by Rian Johnson (Brick, The Brothers Bloom), with a custom-designed book featuring liner notes by Darnielle.
* A 12" single from Crystal Castles, featuring new song "Doe Deer" and three tracks that the band recorded in 2004. (UK only)
* A split 7" from Peter Gabriel and Bon Iver, featuring Gabriel covering Bon Iver's "Flume" and Bon Iver taking on Gabriel's "Come Talk to Me".
* Fragments From a Work in Progress, a 12" EP compilation that features new tracks and demos from various bands on the 4AD roster, including Gang Gang Dance and Ariel Pink.
* A split 7" featuring new songs from the Thermals and the Cribs.
* "Pilgrim's Progress"/"Converter", a split single from Menomena and the Helio Sequence.
* A batch of 10th anniversary vinyl reissues from Wichita Recordings: Bright Eyes' Fevers & Mirrors, the Cribs' self-titled debut (with a bonus CD of demos), Bloc Party's Silent Alarm, Simian Mobile Disco's Attack Decay Sustain Release, and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs' self-titled EP.
* Modest Mouse's The Moon and Antarctica, reissued on vinyl.
* Vinyl reissues of two Deerhoof records: the 2003 album Apple O' and the 2005 EP Green Cosmos.
* A surprise white-label 12" from the Beastie Boys.
* Heaven Is Whenever, the new album from the Hold Steady, on pre-release hand screen-printed vinyl.
* The Flaming Lips' full-album cover of Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon on seafoam green vinyl.
* LCD Soundsystem's single-sided "Pow Pow" 12" single.
* A 7" single from Hot Chip, featuring the Bonnie "Prince" Billy collaboration "I Feel Bonnie". (UK only)
* A split single from Mogwai and Fuck Buttons covering each other's songs, with Mogwai remixing "Colours Move" and Fuck Buttons doing "Mogwai Fear Satan". (UK only)
* Wilco's live album Kicking Television four-LP box set in a deluxe package, with eight bonus tracks.
* R.E.M.'s previously out-of-print debut EP Chronic Town, on limited edition individually numbered blue vinyl.
* A four-LP Joy Division box set on 180-gram vinyl.
* A hand numbered 7" single from the Rolling Stones, featuring the previously unreleased song "Plundered My Soul" from the Exile on Main Street sessions.
* An individually numbered double vinyl reissue of the Starbucks Music Sonic Youth compilation Hits Are for Squares. Also, reissues of the early SY albums Confusion Is Sex and EVOL.
* An individually numbered gatefold vinyl reissue of the Stone Roses' self-titled debut, with six exclusive art prints and a gold foil artwork sleeve. (UK only)
* A new 7" single from of Montreal, featuring the Royal Trux cover "Back to School" and the new original "Subtext Read".
* Yeasayer's "O.N.E." 12" single, featuring four versions of the track, including an XXXChange remix.
* Yeah Yeah Yeahs' "Skeletons" 7", featuring an unreleased live version of the song.
* An exclusive 7" single from Julian Casablancas, pairing a WXRP live recording of "11th Dimension" with the previously unreleased song "Long Island Blues".
* "Skinny Little Bitch", the new single from the forthcoming Hole album, on 10" white vinyl.
* Superchunk's "Misfits and Mistakes" picture disc 7", autographed by the band.
* A 7" single of new tracks from Built to Spill.
* A single-sided 12" single from MGMT, featuring the 12-minute song "Siberian Breaks" and an etched side.
* A 12" of Phoenix's "Fences", featuring the album version and a remix on pink vinyl.
* She & Him's "In the Sun" single, which comes in a cloth tote bag. (UK only)
* A 7" single from Charlotte Gainsbourg, originally broadcast on KCRW, featuring two unique Beck remixes.
* A 7" single from Ted Leo and the Pharmacists, featuring the non-LP tracks "The Oldest House" and "North Coast".
* A red vinyl 7" single from Passion Pit, featuring the album version and the Felix Da Housecat Pink Enemy remix of "Little Secrets".
* Out-of-print Mexican Summer releases from Real Estate, Kurt Vile, and Pearl Harbor, all repressed and sold as vinyl/cassette combos.
* A numbered 10" picture disc from Them Crooked Vultures, featuring the unreleased track "Highway One", as well as a live song and an interview with the band.
* Lily Allen's "Back to the Start"/"Kabul Shit" 7" single. (UK only)
* Gorillaz' "White Flag" on a 10" single.
* A collection of remixes of Caribou's "Odessa". (UK only)
* "Bury"/"Cowboy Cowboy", a 7" single from the Fall. (UK only)
* The Ramones' Ramones Mania double album, released on one green and one blue LP.
* The Sex Pistols' Great Rock 'n' Roll Swindle on 180-gram double vinyl.
* A reissue of the Beatles' "Paperback Writer"/"Rain" 7" single.
* Neu's previously unreleased "Crazy"/"Euphoria" single. (UK only)
* Harmonia 76's Remixes, which includes remixes from the Field, Appleblim, Shackleton, and others. (UK only)
* Nick Cave's The Mercy Seat, reissued on white vinyl with a gold foil-stamped sleeve and unreleased live tracks. (UK only)
* Tegan and Sara's Saints: Live EP on vinyl.
* The Raconteurs' Broken Boy Soldiers, reissued on copper-colored vinyl.
* A new five-song EP from Weezer, featuring songs never before available on CD, including that infamous Kenny G team-up and a cover of Green Day's "Brain Stew".
* A Surfer Blood/Holiday Shores split. Surfer Blood's live version of "Take It Easy" features Marnie Stern.
* A 12" single featuring two new tracks from Devo, as well as CD and vinyl reissues of their album Duty Now for the Future.
* Arthur Russell's Calling Out of Context on double vinyl.
* John Lennon Singles Bag, a set of three 7" singles from Lennon with postcards and poster, in an envelope.
* TV on the Radio's Dear Science, reissued on vinyl with an mp3 download and a bonus Hot Chip remix.
* Jamie Lidell's "Compass" 7" single.
* The Magnetic Fields' 69 Love Songs vinyl box set reissue, released three days early for Record Store Day.
* Goldfrapp's new Head First album on vinyl, with CD and poster included.
* A live 7" from Bat for Lashes. (UK only)
* Neko Case's Middle Cyclone on clear vinyl.
* Jónsi's "Go Do"/"Boy Lilikoi" 7" single.
* A two-volume vinyl reissue of the Velvet Underground's Live 1969.
* Roky Erickson and Okkervil River's True Love Cast Out All Evil album, released three days early on vinyl.
* The Monsters of Folk double LP on clear blue vinyl.
* Tom Waits' Mule Variations, reissued on vinyl with an exclusive photo from Jim Jarmusch.
* A 7" single of Danger Mouse and Sparklehorse's "Just War". (UK only)
* We Fun: Atlanta GA Inside/Out, a DVD documentary about the Atlanta music scene, featuring Black Lips, Deerhunter, King Khan, and others.
* Travellers in Space and Time, the new album from the Apples in Stereo, released early on double LP and CD.
* A 12" single from the Black Keys, featuring two new songs.
* Two 7" singles from the Jesus and Mary Chain: "Just Like Honey"/"Head" and "You Trip Me Up"/"Just Out of Reach". (UK only)
* An individually numbered 7" from Elvis Costello and the Attractions, with three previously unreleased tracks from Live at Hollywood High.
* A 7" single with two exclusive tracks from the Drive-By Truckers.
* Plants & Animals' new album La La Land, released early on vinyl.
* Standard and deluxe vinyl reissues of Mastodon's Blood Mountain.
* I Need That Record, a DVD documentary about the death or survival of the independent record store, featuring folks like Thurston Moore and Ian MacKaye. Watch it over on Pitchfork.tv in One Week Only.
* A split 7" of Daytrotter Session performances from the Antlers and White Rabbits.
* "The Blues", a 10" single from Primary 1 with Nina Persson. (UK only)
* A live 10" single from Bruce Springsteen, featuring Tom Morello guesting on "The Ghost of Tom Joad".
* A split 7" single from Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings and the Budos Band, both covering Beatles songs.
* A 12" single from Laurie Anderson, featuring the songs "Only an Expert" and "Pictures and Things", the latter of which features Antony Hegarty. (UK only)
* John Fahey's The Yellow Princess, reissued with its original artwork.
* A 10" compilation EP from ATP, featuring tracks from Built to Spill, Apse, Sleepy Sun, and Fursaxa. (UK only)
* A 7" single from La Roux, including a live version of "Bulletproof" and Skream's Let's Get Ravey remix of "In for the Kill".
* Factory Records: Communications 1978-92, a 10" sampler from the legandary label. (UK only)
* It Happened Here, a compilation of songs recorded live in Bloomington, Indiana, featuring Bonnie "Prince" Billy, Lou Barlow, and others.
* Nada Surf's If I Had a Hi-Fi album, released about four weeks before its general release.
* The first-ever vinyl release of the Queens of the Stone Age Feel Good Hit of the Summer EP, never before available in the U.S., on 10" picture disc.
* A split 7" single from Let's Wrestle and the Love Language.
* A 7" single featuring two new songs from the Mary Onettes.
* Black Moth Super Rainbow's Eating Us as a foil-pressed double LP.
* Gogol Bordello's "We Comin Rougher"/"Trans Continental Hustle" 7" single, which features two tracks from their forthcoming album.
* A Metallica/Black Sabbath picture-disc split, featuring the UNKLE mix of Metallica's "Frantic" and the alternate-lyrics version of Sabbath's "Paranoid".
* A 10" vinyl EP featuring tracks that Fela Kuti recorded in 1969.
* Joe Strummer and the Mescaleros' Global A Go-Go and Streetcore, both on vinyl for the first time.
* A split 7" single from First Aid Kit and Peggy Sue.
* Record Store Days, a book about record stores from authors Gary Calamar and Phil Gallo, with a foreword by R.E.M.'s Peter Buck.
Plenty of stores are also hosting in-store events. Here are a few of them:
* Yo La Tengo at Rhino Records in Claremont, California.
* Sigur Rós frontman Jónsi, Charlotte Gainsbourg, and Yeasayer at San Francisco's Amoeba Music location.
* No Age at Sweat Records in Miami.
* Mastodon at Schoolkids Records in Raleigh.
* The Raconteurs' Brendan Benson and Patrick Keeler playing Raconteurs songs as the Racontwoers at Third Man Records in Nashville.
* Roky Erickson and Okkervil River, along with Bassekou Kouyate & Ngoni Ba, at Austin's Waterloo Records.
* The Pixies' Black Francis and X's Exene Cervenka at CD World in Eugene, Oregon.
* Cymbals Eat Guitars and an Andrew W.K. DJ set at New York's Generation Records.
* Dum Dum Girls, Male Bonding, Lou Barlow, and One AM Radio at L.A.'s Origami Vinyl.
* tUnE-yArDs at Bloomington's Landlocked Music.
* Kurt Vile at Philadelphia's Beautiful World Syndicate.
* The Smashing Pumpkins will play a tiny show near Amoeba Music in Hollywood for the first 250 people who pre-order their Teargarden by Kaleideyscope Vol. 1: Songs For A Sailor box set.
* Caribou, Laurie Anderson, Michael Rother of Neu!, Ash, and Pin Me Down at Rough Trade East in London.
* Drive-By Truckers and Langhorne Slim at Asheville's Harvest.
* The Morning Benders at Boston's Newbury Comics.
* Janelle Monae and Rodriguez at Atlanta's Criminal Records.
* Reigning Sound, Parallel Thought, and Tame One at Horizon Records in Greenville, South Carolina.
* Decemberists side project Black Prairie at Music Millennium in Portland.
* Pure Ecstasy, the Surprisers and members of We Are Country Mice at CO-OP 87 in Brooklyn.
* BEAK> at Rise Records in Bristol, England.
* Members of Menomena, Mudhoney, !!!, Dandy Warhols, and the Helio Sequence DJ at Portland's Everyday Music.
American: The Bill Hicks Story Mar 22, 10, 9:37 a.m.
"Today, a young man on acid realized that all matter is merely energy condensed to a slow vibration – that we are all one consciousness experiencing itself subjectively. There's no such thing as death, life is only a dream, and we're the imagination of ourselves. Here's Tom with the weather."
The Dead Weather - new album Mar 18, 10, 10:57 a.m.
New album coming May 11th.
sample the upcoming single:
Reminds me of some of my favorite posters from their previous tour:
The story so far... Dec 10, 09, 2:09 p.m.
Inspired by the earth ring thread.
How have I never seen this before? Click HD for the best experience... and turn up the volume if you're a fan of M83:
White Stripes fans Dec 10, 09, 1:28 p.m.
Feast your eyes on the motherload.
The Under Great White Northern Lights limited edition box set includes (deep breath) a DVD of the film itself, a DVD of White Stripes 10th anniversary show (dubbed The White Stripes Under Nova Scotian Lights), a 16-track White Stripes live album recorded during the Canadian trek on both 180 gram vinyl and CD, a live 7" (featuring "Icky Thump" and "The Wheels on the Bus"), a 208-page book with photos from the tour by Autumn de Wilde (and a foreword by Jim Jarmusch), and a silk screen print.
Pre order tomorrow.
Carl Sagan remixed (featuring Stephen Hawking) Sep 23, 09, 2:17 p.m.
Finally someone uses autotune creatively.