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October 18, 2004

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Elvis Costello has scheduled a rare in-store performance at Amoeba Music in Hollywood Tuesday.

Time Asia reviews the stage adaptation of Haruki Murakami's The Elephant Vanishes.

The Drive-By Truckers are performing today at Sugarbeats in Salt Lake City at five o'clock. The acoustic performance will be aired live on KRCL.

The Denver Post reviews Ha Jin's new novel, War Trash.

Guided By Voices sideman Doug Gillard has launched his solo website in advance of the release of his album, Salamander, tomorrow.

MP3newswire.net lists their iPod Killers for Christmas, parts I and II. (via)

ILX sez these are the "Top 100 Most Bangin Techno Tracks."

The Seattle Post Intelligencer was "captivated" by a recent Gillian Welch and David Rawlings show.

The New York Times looks back on CMJ week.

The Boston Herald reviews a Camper Van Beethoven show.

As part of the CD price-fixing settlement, the Rockford, Illinois public library received 100 copies of Barry White's Staying Power album.

Eidos's next edition of their excellent soccer (football) simulation, Championship Manager 5, may be pushed back to 2005.


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