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Blogcritics Goodie Bag: Lupe Fiasco, Danity Kane, Snoop Dogg, Honeytribe, JC Chasez, Taking Back Sunday, and Chris Butler

On AOL Music this week, watch an interview with Lupe Fiasco, and live sessions from Danity Kane and Snoop Dogg. Also, check out the listening parties:

  • Jay-Z Kingdom Come
  • 2Pac Pac's Life
  • U2 18 Singles
  • Snoop Dogg The Blue Carpet Treatment
  • Beatles Love
  • Daughtry Daughtry
  • Il Divo Siempre
  • Brand New The Devil and God Are Raging Inside Me
  • The Doors Perception (40th Anniversary Box Set)
  • Robert Plant Nine Lives (Boxed Set)
  • P.O.D. Greatest Hits (The Atlantic Years)
  • Killswitch Engage As Daylight Dies
  • Tom Waits Orphans
  • Sufjan Stevens Songs for Christmas
  • Soundtrack Fast Food Nation
  • Soundtrack Babel
  • Oasis Stop the Clocks
  • Darryl Worley Here and Now

You can stream in the entire Torch album, from Devon Allman's Honeytribe, download the title track for free, and watch an exclusive interview. Log onto the special access site with the password mahalo.

Listen to JC Chasez's new single "Until Yesterday" (lo|hi) produced by Justin Timberlake.

On December 12, Taking Back Sunday will release Louder Now: Partone, which includes an accompanying DVD. This will be the first DVD released by the band. Louder Now: Partone contains up close and personal stories from all five band members, including exciting behind-the-scenes footage in the studio, on the tour bus, backstage, in hotel rooms, and even at home with some of the guys. The DVD also includes music videos for "MakeDamnSure," and "Liar (It Takes One to Know One)," as well as live clips from the band's performance at the Long Beach Arena. Check out the exclusive trailer for Louder Now: Partone (lo|med|hi).

Chris Butler has a cool podcast about buying back the guitar he played on The Waitresses' "Christmas Wrapping" song.

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