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November 29, 2005

Shorties

Stylus finds a "perfect moment in pop" in the Ben Folds Five's "Army."


The rock and roll hall of fame announced its inductees (yawn, does anyone really care about this besides the museum staff and people who put on the television special?).


Stylus recounts the history of The Band.


Indie Interviews talks to the Octopus Project this week.


PC Magazine lists the ten worst products of 2005, including several mp3 playing devices.


Brighten up your computer with Katamari desktop images.


NPR's All Songs Considered will stream the Iron and Wine/Calexico show live Wednesday evening.


Something Jewish reviews Matisyahu's London debut.


Morrissey talks to Billboard about his forthcoming album, Ringleaders of the Tormentors.

Expected in March, the 12-track "Ringleaders" will feature the song "Dear God Please Help Me," which boasts string arrangements by legendary Italian composer Ennio Morricone. "It was very flattering because he'd turned so many multi-million selling pop acts down (I won't mention their names - U2, David Bowie, etc.), so I was delighted that he said yes to scruffy old me."


The Subways talk to Filter.

"The internet was an integral part of how we established a foundation," Lunn says, "making sure that we had a forum so that people could come together and talk about the demos and the live shows and really become part of a community."


Family Media Guide lists the ten most violent video games of 2005.


Disney and Clear Channel will start delivering movie trailers and other content for video iPods.


Popmatters remembers footballer George Best.


"I Love My Mac" (the song)


Merge records has several autographed posters up for auction on eBay.


Wake up in an iPod-compatible bed.


Chromewaves has been nominated for "best culture blog" in the Canadian Blog Awards. You don't have to be Canadian to vote...


Toestubber is the mp3 blog filled with "music to make you go 'ouch.'"


The Guardian lists shortlisted entries for the Bad Sex in Fiction award.


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