- The New York Times says that Neil Young's "Living With War" is "worth a click." Which is all it costs, by the way.
- CMCC PO'ed about RIAA-IPFI.
- Here's what idiots are mad about now: A Spanish-language version of "The Star-Spangled Banner."
- Tom Verlaine speaks to Rolling Stone about his two new albums. Apparently, they include jams and spare, improvisatory compositions featuring serpentine guitar licks.
- "The Allman Brothers and Cheap Trick have recently lodged class-action proceedings against Sony BMG, claiming that their digital royalties are simply too small." I like to think that two bands close every meeting about the suit with a jam session.
- If you owe the Swedish government 87 million crowns, you better pay up. Even if you did write "The Winner Takes It All."
Friday, April 28, 2006
Neil Young Clickable, plus CMCC v. RIAA-IPFI, Spanish Star-Spangled Banner, Tom Verlaine, Allman Bros. and Cheap Trick Sue Sony, ABBA Taxes
Posted by Advanced Genius Theory at 9:25 AM