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December 12, 2004


The Washington Post lists the good and bad 2004 holiday music releases, as does the Asbury Park Press.

The San Francisco Chronicle lists their "finest best books of 2004."

Newsweek examines "alpha bloggers" and their effect on technology.

The Telegraph offers the "download" on digital music.

Jake Shears of the Scissor Sisters reminisces on twelve months of mayhem for the Observer.

the Guardian offers their 2004 year in music review, as well as their top ten gigs and musicians who passed away.

The Scotsman profiles Franz Ferdinand.

Lawrence Donegan publishes his tour diary in the Guardian from the Lloyd Cole and the Commotions reunion tour. offers Tibetan Buddhist internet radio.

TheOpenCD 2.0 has been released, full of open source programs for Windows users.

Fender is giving away two Cyber-Twin SE amps.

The Houston Chronicle offers book gift suggestions.

The Tallahassee Democrat recommends music gifts for the entire family.

The White Plains Journal News lists their 2004 best books.

The Miami Herald prefers Michael Chabon to Arthur Conan Doyle, and the Chicago Sun-Times also reviews his latest book, The Final Solution.

The Chicago Tribune calls baby blogs the "baby books of today."

The Nashua Telegraph talks to vinyl enthusiasts (in a related note, I finally replaced the turntable I sold a couple of years ago).

The New York Post profiles the "Fearless Music" television program.

The Reverend Horton Heat talks to the Ann Arbor News. "If you listen to the band's catalog, you might say there are a few recurring themes found in our songs: beer, gin and tonic, whiskey, cocaine, tequila, martinis, marijuana, cigarettes, cars, more beer, pretty women, sermons, cats and dogs, the devil and Texas. All the good things in life."

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