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  • Live at the Magic Bag, Ferndale, MI

    • 6 out of 10
    • Supersuckers
    • Man, there's nothing like good, old fashioned, rock and roll... add a bit of industry resentment to that with a double-shot of cynicism, and you get one of the best "new" rock bands going. This album
  • Never Let Me Down [ECD]

    • 4 out of 10
    • David Bowie
    • It must be a lonely place to be considered David Bowie's worst album by just about everyone, including the artist himself. As the last album before Bowie "rebooted" and formed the band Tin Machine, "N
  • So Jealous

    • 8 out of 10
    • Tegan and Sara
    • So Jealous is the third album from these sisters, and easily the one to single out for an introduction to their music. Some people may not get on board with their vocal styles, which are slightly

  • Spilt Milk

    • 10 out of 10
    • Jellyfish
    • The second and final album from this power-pop group makes me wish Jellyfish had been able to make just one more record together. The album is best enjoyed as a whole piece, flowing from one track to
  • Zooropa

    • 10 out of 10
    • U2
    • This record is perhaps U2's finest hour, yet it has been forgotten as a strange by-product of the ZooTV tour's overload, and is generally regarded by most fans as a poor effort. It is this sentiment t

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Coinstar Adds iTunes Gift Cards/eCertificates

Coinstar announced Monday that iTunes gift cards or eCertificates have been added as options at Coinstar Centers. Coinstar operates kiosks at grocery stores and other retail outlets across the U.S. that convert loose coins to cash for an 8.9% fee. The company also offers several gift card options, now including iTunes, that make the conversion into a fee-free transaction.

In the company's announcement, Coinstar noted that there is an estimated US$10.5 billion in spare change hoarded in the U.S. As the company put is, "that's 10 billion iTunes downloads to be had, which is enough to fill nearly 44 million1GB iPod Shuffles!"

You can a list of locations and other information at the Coinstar Web site.

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