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22nd Century Releases 2nd CD, Covering Martha & The Muffin's "Echo Beach"! PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 12 January 2011 07:12


Following up on 2009's successful debut CD "The Twenty Second Century, Canada's 22nd Century released "Where's Howie?!!". Produced by legendary rock producer John Webster (credits: Aerosmith, Alice Cooper, Scorpians, Motley Crue) and mastered by Todd Simko (Pure), Where's Howie was recorded in Vancouver's Mushroom studios and released Jan 6, 2011 on Bugnut Records. The 10 song CD includes covers of Martha and the Muffins "Echo Beach" and The Angel's (aka "Angel City") No Secrets which charted in Australia as high as #8 in 1980.

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ASIAN DUB FOUNDATION - new album and video PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 12 January 2011 06:48

Combining dancehall, dub beats, ragga and punk rock influences with hard hitting lyrics, the multicultural Asian Dub Foundation are back for 2011. Their new studio album again pushes the boundaries and asks questions while being different musically from previous releases. With the sound more expanded, it proves to be the bands most cohesive uplifting masterpiece of their career.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 12 January 2011 07:31
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"Exploit now, pay later": music labels finally pay artists PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 11 January 2011 21:07

In 2008, musicians led by the estate of famed jazz trumpeter Chet Baker filed a class-action lawsuit against the Canadian branches of the four major music labels. Universal, Warner, EMI, and Sony BMG were accused at the time of "reckless, high-handed and arrogant conduct aggravated by their clandestine disregard" for musicians even as they use a "strict compliance enforcement policy and unremitting approach to consumers in the protections of their corporate copyright interests."

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Taylor defends illegal downloaders PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 11 January 2011 21:10


Slipknot star Corey Taylor has defended fans who illegally download songs from the internet, insisting no one wants to pay for “garbage” modern music.

The record industry has been hit hard by illicit file-sharing, but rocker Taylor is convinced the practice is a response to bad music churned out by current chart-toppers.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 11 January 2011 21:21
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Thousands of stolen iTunes accounts for sale in China PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 11 January 2011 21:03


Tens of thousands of fraudulent iTunes accounts are for sale on a major Chinese website, it has been revealed.

About 50,000 accounts linked to stolen credit cards are listed on auction site TaoBao, the country's equivalent of eBay.

Buyers are promised temporary access to unlimited downloads from the service for as little as 1 yuan (10p) a time.

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