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October 11, 2004

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The Boston Herald interviews Interpol's Daniel Kessler. "There is no sound as far as Interpol goes. This record is very different from 'Bright Lights', each song has more individuality. A lot of it comes with time, just knowing what you want to say and not stopping until you say it."

Blogs put revealing info at employers' fingertips.

We Eat So Many Shrimp lists their good and bad hip-hop singles of 2004.

The Herald calls the Delgados "the most consistently imaginative pop band working in Scotland."

The Chicago Tribune profile Creative Commons and its unique alternative to copyright.

Dublinks profiles UK band Hope of the States.

Suede re-forms. "There is a curiosity among the fans to see if they can still do what they once did and the Pixies are a good example of where it has worked. I'm not sure that Suede have that same cultural cachet."

The Chicago Sun-Times' Jim Derogatis wasn't impressed with Arthur Lee and Love or the Zombies.

Big & Rich befuddle Nashville.

Madness is returning with a covers album.


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