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July 12, 2005

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Vinyl Mine compares Sufjan Stevens' "Casimir Pulaski Day" (mp3 link) from Illinois with Big Black's "Kasimir S. Pulaski Day."


Marathonpacks lists a top ten of 2005 (so far) album list.


Mark your calendars now, July 23rd is Paul Reubens Day.


Bookslut has started a reading series in Chicago.


Confess your hidden love for David Hasselhoff at Hoff Lovers Anonymous.


Rooknet offers Beatpage, an homage to the Beat literary movement.


Microsoft employees "blogcast" instead of "podcast." (halfway down)


Earvolution lists their twenty most underrated rock albums.


Vinyl record sales are up, according to The Sun.


The Lucksmiths talk to Popmatters.

"I'm not one of these musicians who rails against being pigeonholed," he said. "It's inevitable that people describe you in some way, and I'm so bad at describing us myself that I don't feel entitled to take umbrage at someone else's description. The concern is that words like 'twee' tend to imply a lack of substance, which I hope is not there."


The Houston Chronicle reviews John Waters' director's cut of Cry-Baby.


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