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November 19, 2007


Yesterday's additions to the constantly updated master list of online 2007 music lists:

Decomposing Trees (top Australian/new Zealand bands)
Decomposing Trees (top songs)
Hearmax (best albums) (Japanese singles)
New Yorker (top cd boxed sets)
Oceans Never Listen (top Australian artists)
Rate Your Music (aggregated top albums)
A Reminder (aggregated top Australian/New Zealand artists)
Trumpet Army Opposite (albums)

T-shirt of the day: "seagull camera"

Austinist interviews Tad Kubler of the Hold Steady.

The Hold Steady evoke a strong sense of a time and place in life in many songs, which may explain many of the Springsteen comparisons that we (and everyone else) made about Boys and Girls... Do you personally have a band that you think does the evocative thing well?

The Drive-By Truckers and Lucero are two of the obvious ones.

Shoutmouth lists the 25 hottest women who deserve record contracts.

David Michaelis, the author of Schulz and Peanuts: A Biography talks to Minnesota Public Radio about the book.

The Frugal Panda lists the top 100 blogs to help you find free stuff (including music).

NPR's All Things Considered talks to Corey Seymour and Jann Wenner about their book, Gonzo: The Life of Hunter S. Thompson, an oral biographer of the legend.

Lullabyes features mp3s from the Denton Final Fantasy show earlier this month.

also at Largehearted Boy:

2007 online music lists
Daily Downloads
Try It Before You Buy It (mp3s and full album streams from this week's CD releases)
this week's CD releases


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