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November 15, 2004

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Jeff Tweedy is interviewed by Wired News. "Stop trying to treat music like it's a tennis shoe, something to be branded. If the music industry wants to save money, they should take a look at some of their six-figure executive expense accounts. All those lawsuits can't be cheap, either."

DJ Martian lists expected 2005 album releases. Two I am eagerly awaiting: Jason Isbell's (of Drive-By Truckers) solo effort and Desaparecidos sophomore record.

Robbie McCown and his mp3 blog, Womenfolk, garner a mention in the Vacaville Reporter's article on local bloggers. (Womenfolk link)

Time Europe wonders if RSS feeds can be profitable for content providers.

The Guardian examines celebrity court cases ongoing in the US, even posting the current betting lines: 5-to-6 guilty for Robert Blake; 1-to-2 guilty for Michael Jackson; and 2-to-3 guilty for Phil Spector.

Queens of the Stone Age frontman Josh Homme denies hitting Dwarve with beer bottle.

U2 talks to Time magazine about making their new album, How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb.

National Book Award nominee Lily Tuck talks to NPR's All Things Considered.

Nashville's City Paper profiles local band The Pink Spiders.

All Baseball's Dodger Thoughts reminisces on the year in baseball blogging.


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