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TracklistA1 Capture The Flag 2:11 A2 KC Accidental 3:52 A3 Stars And Sons 5:11 A4 Almost Crimes 4:25 B1 Looks Just Like The Sun 4:25 B2 Pacific Theme 5:11 B3 Anthems For A Seventeen Year Old Girl 4:37 C1 Cause = Time 5:32 C2 Late Night Bedroom Rock For Missionairies 3:49 C3 Shampoo Suicide 4:07 D1 L… read more →
2LP set. Acclaimed 2000 album from the Canadian post-rock kings ... divided into four monstrous parts!
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The aim was to do for country what Saturday Night Fever did for disco. The result was that bars from Kona to Kalamazoo suddenly had mechanical bulls, and slickers walking around in cowboy hats. You might also pinpoint this as the moment in time when "country" music suddenly went cosmopolitan,… read more →
Less successful when it's sentimental (Waylon Jennings' "My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys") than when it's wry (Willie Nelson's myth-puncturing "Me and Paul"), this cash-in compilation of previously released cuts was just in time to grab the first platinum record ever awarded a country album. It's… read more →
GRAMMY winners, They Might Be Giants take a fun, creative look at science in Here Comes Science . The video for “Meet the Elements” was featured on boingboing.net, while the legendary rock version of “Why Does the Sun Shine? (The Sun is a Mass of Incandescent Gas)” finally gets a fully reali… read more →
Music can soothe the savage beast-including your dog! Millions of dog guardians have grappled with behaviour problems caused by their dog's anxiety - from fits of barking when their beagle is left home alone to the nervous whimpering of their dachshund during a thunderstorm. Now, psychoacoustic expe… read more →
Music touches our hearts and resonates within our bodies. The right music can truly renew us, helping us to feel relaxed and rejuvenated. Great musicians have always recognized this therapeutic power of music, and researchers are finally proving them right. The Sound Medicine Series features the wor… read more →
Admit it: If you had to pick an artist to give voice to the wackadoo thinkings of a monkey beloved by most of the American populace over age 3, you could do a lot worse than Jack Johnson. Black Eyed Peas? Too hyper. Death Cab for Cutie? Too ironic. They Might Be Giants? Too eggheaded. Johnson, thoug… read more →