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  • Supernature

    • 10 out of 10
    • Goldfrapp
    • On their latest CD, Supernature, Goldfrapp has put together a successful mix of 1980-era New Romanticism, German cabaret, and T. Rex glam that leaves you riveted even through the album's lulls. It's a great amalgam that sounds current without sounding at all dated.

  • Billy Miles

    • 10 out of 10
    • Billy Miles
    • Take the voice of a young Billie Holiday and stuff it into a svelte, petite body with the face of an angel, and you have some idea of what it's like to experience the music of Billy Miles in her self-
  • Clap Your Hands Say Yeah

    • 8 out of 10
    • Clap Your Hands Say Yeah
    • When I first got hooked to Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, the only place I could get their debut album, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, was through the band's Web site. I listened to the two tracks a

  • Rift

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    • Phish
    • 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.
  • Music Has The Right To Children

    • 10 out of 10
    • 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

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Namco Brings Brain Exercise Game to iPhone

Namco has released an iPhone version of its Brain Exercise With Dr. Kawashima game, which has sold 27 million copies on other platforms. It features a variety of mini games that Namco says are designed to improve brain function, along with a full Sudoku game that has three difficulty levels. Players can also compete against up to three others with a pass-and-play multiplayer function.

Players can upload their scores to the Brain Exercise global leader board and compare test scores with Facebook friends; a free "light" version of the game is available via that social networking site.

Pricing is US$5.99 and iPhone software 2.0 or higher is required.

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