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  • Music Has The Right To Children

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    • Boards of Canada
    • This one will haunt you. From the first notes to the last, their sound surrounds you. BOC has put out a fantastic catalogue, and this album is a great starting point for a new listener. Jump straight
  • Plans

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    • Death Cab for Cutie
    • With the introduction of Plans, Death Cab for Cutie became a new addition to many user's Artist list after the single "Soul Meets Body" became a hit on iTunes. Offering a fresh alternativ

  • An Evening with George Shearing & Mel Torm�

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    • Of the three men who taught me how to sing, the last was Mel Torme. Apparently, Mel Torme is a joke to anyone more than a decade older than me, a living parody of a Vegas crooner. But I stumbled on th
  • Rift

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    • This quasi-concept album (the only of its kind) from these Vermonters finally showcased their ability to convey a message with a studio album, whereas previously they only succeeded in doing so live.
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Carphone Warehouse: No More 16GB iPhones

Carphone Warehouse sold out of 8GB iPhones in the U.K. within days of dropping the price, and now it is fresh out of 16GB models, too. The higher capacity combination iPod and smart phone sold out even though it was still at its regular price, and may be another indicator that a product refresh is on the way, according to The Guardian.

O2 and Carphone Warehouse dropped the price of the 8GB iPhone to £169 from £269 in April and quickly sold out of the lower capacity model. Neither model is being restocked, adding more credibility to the rumors that new iPhones are only weeks away.

Analysts are speculating that Apple will release slightly redesigned models with faster 3G wireless data capabilities, but at the same 8GB and 16GB capacities found on current models.

New iPhone models could come as early as Apple’s World Wide Developer Conference in June, according to some analysts. If Apple introduces new models at the conference, however, the company could delay releasing them until the end of the month to coincide with the launch of the App Store and iPhone Software 2.0.

The App Store is Apple’s distribution system for authorized third party applications for the iPhone and iPod touch. Users will be able to access the online store from iTunes and from their handheld device, too.

iPhone sales in Europe have not matched those in the U.S. where the handheld has proven most successful. Upgrading the device to support 3G, however, could be just the ticket to boost overseas iPhone sales.

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