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2014/09/29 22:38
2014/09/29 22:38
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There’s no doubt that many people think Japan is a technologically advanced wonderland that has robots awaiting at every turn. Most people have their images crushed when they step outside any of the...
2014/09/29 22:38
2014/09/29 22:38
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2014/09/28 03:21
2014/09/28 03:21
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Keeping Keith Moon upright, turning down Dolly Parton and why Chuck Berry drove Keith Richards mad... Terry O'Neill on shooting the stars Terry O'Neill has been photographing rock legends since 1963...
2014/09/26 23:49
2014/09/26 23:49
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Popular Korean idol group 2PM proved its mighty power in Japan after releasing the new single, Midaretemina, last week. The song is a Japanese version of Go Crazy, the title song of the group’s...
2014/09/21 16:42
2014/09/21 16:42
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It’s a well known fact that CD sales have been going down, and fast, for some time now. Ever since people got the internet in their homes and learned what it could do, the downfall of the physical...
2014/09/21 15:42
2014/09/21 15:42
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Made in America. With the prevalence of outsourcing factory work to Bangladesh and China, fewer retailers can use those three short words on popular clothing. There is one who thought of going the...
2014/09/18 18:41
2014/09/18 18:41
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Autre Ne Veut, aka Arthur Ashin, has released a 70 minute mix he's calling the "CD-Collection-Circa-2006 Mix: Or, Shopping the Tower Records Liquidation Sale". Below, you can check out the tracklist....
2014/09/18 17:17
2014/09/18 17:17
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In many ways, Japan is high-tech's poster boy. The country is awash in cutting-edge technology, from sophisticated wearables to Internet-enabled toilets. But in one respect, Japan is a vision of the...
2014/09/17 22:47
2014/09/17 22:47
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Japan may be one of the world’s perennial early adopters of new technologies, but its continuing attachment to the CD puts it sharply at odds with the rest of the global music industry. While CD sales...
2014/09/17 22:03
2014/09/17 22:03
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Playwright John W. Lowell knows luck had a part to play in the history of "The Letters." In 2013, Time magazine's Richard Zoglin stopped by a performance by a small theater company in the back of a...
2014/09/17 14:49
2014/09/17 14:49
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CD-loving Japanese resist move to online music CD sales still account for about 85 per cent of music sales in Japan despite the shift to online Kokepiyo, a girl group, at an in-store event at a Tower...
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2014/09/16 17:29
2014/09/16 17:29
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Here's What It Was Like to Be a Music Fan in 1994Walk down memory lane with some GIFfy remindersLet Kurt usher you back to 1994 Photo by KMazur/WireImage September 16 2014, 12:29 PM ET In honor of...
2014/09/15 18:43
2014/09/15 18:43
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We are living in a brave new world today in which technology has progressed far ahead of our laws, and more troublingly, has even left our concepts of ethics and morality dated. We must shed our...
2014/09/14 07:58
2014/09/14 07:58
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Somewhere inside Hook & Ladder, among the rustic wood paneling and industrial aluminum trim, Whitney Johnson has hidden a small dinosaur. The prehistoric beast could be embedded in a custom painting...
2014/09/13 09:01
2014/09/13 09:01
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PRECARIOUSLY hanging bells are making it too dangerous for fire investigators to complete their probe into what caused a fire that gutted an 800 year-old church. As previously reported, heartbroken...
2014/09/11 17:22
2014/09/11 17:22
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A GUITARIST who is hailed as one of the best young players on the world blues scene today is coming to Bromley Cross. Having played just a handful of gigs in the UK, as a member of Grammy-nominated...
2014/09/11 17:08
2014/09/11 17:08
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It was the early 2000s, and the Bridgeport resident was the in-house artist at the since-closed Tower Records store on High Ridge Road in Stamford. "I would do the visual displays -- paintings of...
2014/09/02 15:41
2014/09/02 15:41
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Imagine, if you can, or remember, if you’re old enough, a long-ago time when music fans had to wait. Wait for news about music. Wait for reviews that were really previews of music you’d wait even...
2014/09/02 15:41
2014/09/02 15:41
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In their heyday—approximately 1968 to 1983—the UK weekly music papers had the field almost to themselves. The regularity of publication, the copiousness and penetration of the coverage, the blend of...
2014/09/29 22:38
2014/09/29 22:38
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