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Gilmour to Release New Studio Album and The Daily Music and Tech News

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Gilmour to release new studio album

David Gilmour from Pink Floyd is preparing to release his third solo album. It will be titled On an Island and is expected to be released on March 7th. It is being put out by Columbia. The album will include performances by Graham Nash and David Crosby among others. It will also include Gilmour’s saxophone debut.

Doherty arrested twice in one day

Babyshambles singer Pete Doherty was arrested in London twice on Thursday on suspicion of possessing drugs. The first arrest happened at 5:40 a.m. after Doherty was pulled over by police for driving erratically. He was then arrested later in the afternoon after being stopped by a policeman on foot. Doherty is still in custody after pleading to drug charges today.

British High Court order two men to pay fines for music downloads

The British Phonographic Industry (BPI) claimed what they consider a landmark victory after Britain’s High Court announced that two men had to pay fines for illegally downloading music. In the first case the man was ordered to immediately stop illegally sharing files and to pay 5,000 pounds immediately, with further damages and costs estimated at 13,500 pounds. In the second case, a man pleaded that he did not know his actions were illegal. His case was thrown out of the court and he was ordered to immediately pay 1,500 pounds to the BPI.

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  • Baronius

    Glad to hear about David Gilmour. The man’s a genius. But am I the only one who noticed that it’s Mozart’s 250th birthday? I figured there’d be some articles about him, but nothing. There’s an old Axl Rose Birthday discussion on the hot list, and don’t get me wrong, I loved GNR, but come on. Every orchestra around the world is celebrating the event, and you’d be hard put to hear anything but Mozart in Austria this year.