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  • Abnormal Anonymous

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    • Congo Norvell
    • Very few albums manage to capture snapshots of a quality of life in the manner that Congo Norvell's sophomore record, "Abnormals Anonymous," does.

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  • Jagged Little Pill (Acoustic)

    • 6 out of 10
    • Alanis Morissette
    • Ten years after the original release, comes the traditional celebratory acoustic re-recording. The album has held up remarkably well. While it is not as meaningful to me as it was when I was sixteen,
  • Kind of Blue

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    • Miles Davis
    • The jazz album to end all jazz albums. Miles Davis and John Coltrane and Cannonball Adderly and the list goes on. The who's who of who's who in jazz have assembled for this monumental record. Get this
  • With Teeth

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    • Nine Inch Nails
    • In the sprawling post-A&R rock and roll world, there are two camps: the Beatles and the Stones. The Beatles are the artists that like to explore, evolve, and change styles. The Stones are the artis

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    • Mystics Anonymous is the brainchild project of Jeff Steblea, a fantastic songwriter and good friend of mine, as well. In fact, I even played the drums on all but one of the tracks on this album. Jef

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Intel Debunks iPhone Atom Rumors

Following a CNET report that Apple will be using the Intel Atom chipset in the next iPhone, Intel has stepped up to say that isn’t the case. The chip maker claimed that one of its executives had been misunderstood and was simply using Apple’s combination iPod and smart phone as an example of the type of device that could use Atom, according to Guardian Unimited.

Intel spokesman Mike Cato told ZDNet.de (Babelfish translation from German) "Intel knows nothing about future products of other manufacturers and can therefore about it also nothing say."

The misunderstanding helped fuel the idea that Apple also was planning on announcing an Atom-based tablet device at its World Wide Developer Conference in June. So far there have been no other indications that Apple has a tablet-style device ready to go, or that it will replace the ARM-based technology in the current iPhone when it releases new models.

Analysts have been expecting Apple to introduce a second generation iPhone in the coming weeks. The recent lack of iPhone inventory in the U.S. and U.K. has many expecting Apple CEO Steve Jobs to make an announcement during his WWDC keynote presentation.

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