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October 13, 2004

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Stream the new Soundtrack of our Lives disc.

The Mountain Goats now have a "website ex officio."

Speaking of the Mountain Goats, Three Beads of Sweat has repressed Bitter Melon Farm.

Donewaiting interviews Green Party US presidential candidate David Cobb.

BBC Four offers Gillian Welch and David Rawlings performing "John Henry Was A Steel Driving Man" in Realvideo.

Poet Maya Angelou talks about her "book on food, not a cookbook."

No Love For Ned's streaming weekly radio show features a Tracy Shedd in-studio appearance this week.

CFO magazine examines the marketing power of blogs.

Passenger86's Jere interviewed Frank Black before the Pixies hit Birmingham last night.

Cat and Girl remember the good old days.

The Telegraph profiles Franz Ferdinand and their success.

Franz Ferdinand to write some tunes for the next Harry Potter film. "There's a section where there's a band of ugly sisters playing," said the band's singer, Alex Kapranos.

isnoop.net's Gmail invite spooler is still doling out those Gmail invitations that you can't seem to give away these days. Stop by if you need an invite or have some to give away.

Interpol's Daniel Kessler and Sam Fogarino talk to the Toronto Star.

The Globe and Mail profiles Daniel Handler, author of the Lemony Snicket books.


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