The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) needs to learn to embrace digital technology. Just ask Radiohead and Nine Inch Nails.
This debut album shows tremendous potential, but still needs a bit of work before hitting the big time.
Oliver Mtukudzi is, like the environmentalists, concerned about the size and nature of the footprints we leave behind...
The seminal electronic album holds up pretty well ten years after its release.
With her second release in the US, this Australian singer/songwriter has continued to write about broken relationships and self-exploration.
An excellent night of rock and metal. Perfect way to start the weekend.
Rock/jazz fusion that is a great and easy listen.
"Three quarters original, one quarter inevitable."
A must-have for all J.J. Cale fans
David Gilmour mesmerizes the Royal Albert Hall.
A wonderful look at her life and career.
Why make your own sausage if the result ends up like something you'd buy at Safeway?
The infected are back, but this time they are stronger, faster, and full of rage.
While Sonny meets with Anthony Z, everyone else argues about children.
The post-apocalyptic Jericho is available on DVD.
I just finished watching the newly released animated movie, The Ten Commandments, and I was thoroughly impressed.
Musgo Del Jefe offers suggestions on what's worth watching for the upcoming week.
She said, "Every living creature on earth dies alone."
If you have an interest in fonts and how they work, or to create them, then this is a good framework in which to begin.
Renegade CIA operatives run amuck in Vietnam.
A cautionary tale for Indians fans for Game Seven of the ALCS.
The McGovern-Dole Food for Education Program is currently before the Senate as part of the 2007 Farm Bill.
The guy waving a sign and shouting at Bill Maher today might be the next MacVeigh or Kasinski a few frustrated years down the road.