Monday, September 24, 2007

Link Roundup - September 24th

Sorry for the lack of posts over the past five days. I was out of town enjoying an extra long weekend, but I am back now and ready to get back to work. First off, here are some things that piqued my interest from around the Internet ether.

Slate discusses the second coming of "Electronica." Hopefully this time around it doesn't lead to a glut of mediocre soundtracks to marginally successful films or anybody taking The Prodigy seriously again. [Slate]

The complete track list for Guitar Hero III has been leaked. Finally, The Stone Roses, Sonic Youth and The Dead Kennedy's can share the stage with Heart, Foghat, The Bret Michaels Band (huh?) and Slipknot! [Wired]

From the desk of the "Least Surprising News of the Day" department: RIAA P2P surveillance company gets totally p0wned by the hacker community. [Slyck News] and 12 other webcasters are not happy with SoundExchange's latest music royalties "compromise." [Yahoo! News]

Rolling Stone lists the Top 25 Music DVD's of All Time. How can we take this list seriously when it doesn't include Trapped in the Closet? [Rolling Stone]

The A.V. Club gives us a beginner's guide to Canadian Indie Rock. Now all they need to do is tell us how to obtain dual citizenship so we can take advantage of their cheap health care. [A.V. Club]

Meg White sex tape is/isn't real! [Defamer]

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