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Thursday, December 18th, 2003

I Will Bury You In Time

The Onion has posted their year-end lists. Real ones, not fake! I think.

Kraftwerk are coming to town April 23, and playing the newly erected Ricoh Colliseum. Kraftwerk = arena rock? I’m strangely intrigued.

Pitchfork’s Top 50 singles of 2003. Do people even talk about singles anymore? I guess so. I’ve only ever heard 12 of these songs, and that includes t.a.t.u.

Neutral Milk Hotel live and rare mp3s, including a Mountain Goats cover of “Two-Headed Boy”. Courtesy of LHB.

CDs make crappy gifts for kids. From Cranky Coder.

So I missed the Emm Gryner/Sarah Slean show last night – went out to dinner with a friend and by the time I got home, it was late enough that I was pretty certain it would have been sold out – all the advance tickets had been gone for days. Alas.

np – Cinerama / Cinerama Holiday

By : Frank Yang at 10:00 am
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  1. Coolfer says:

    Pitchfork and Rolling Stone are the last two entities on the planet that care about singles. Personally, I stopped caring about Pitchfork quite a while back. They get the news a day after most bloggers hack it to death, then announce it like they just added a new element to the periodic table.

  2. Paul says:

    Singles are just a horse of a different color as far as I’m concerned. There are a lot of great songs that come from crap albums, and they deserve recognition.