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  • Chicago Transit Authority

    • 10 out of 10
    • Chicago
    • For those of you who don't know, Chicago didn't always suck, and everyone in the band didn't always play a keyboard. When the band started off they were pioneers of rock and jazz fusion, and guita

  • Is This It

    • 10 out of 10
    • The Strokes
    • The Strokes set the music world on fire with this 2001 album, with headlines declaring that the New York band was here to save Rock and Roll. While the band hasn't made as much of a splash since t

  • Kind of Blue

    • 10 out of 10
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    • 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
  • De Nova

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    • The Redwalls
    • Wow! Perhaps my 5-star rating is simply because the Redwalls are not only new and fresh (none of them older than 22!), or perhaps its because -- despite their ages -- they are able to totally capture
  • Mystics Anonymous

    • 8 out of 10
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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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Disney: 125K iTunes Movies Sold in a Week

Disney CEO Bob Iger on Tuesday revealed that his company has sold 125,000 movies through the iTunes Store during the past week, creating an additional US$1 million in revenue. "We believe that this is just the beginning and we are extremely confident that we will easily be able to generate about $50 million of incremental revenue in the first year of putting movies on this platform at no marketing expense to us," he told attendees of the Goldman Sachs Communacopia XV Conference in New York City.

According to a transcript obtained by, Mr. Iger added: "And very limited additional expense at all, costs really of encoding the film. That's pretty interesting. So clearly customers are saying to us that they want content in multiple ways. We believe in this world that the more often you make content available to buy and the more places you make content available to consume, the bigger the market will be. And so we are very, very bullish on consumption of electronically delivered media."

While his predecessor, Michael Eisner, was often at odds with technology, even going so far as to publicly criticize Apple for its "Rip. Mix. Burn." ad campaign, Mr. Iger took a different approach, saying: "We are taking a very positive or optimistic view about technology. It is our friend. It's a great enabler versus being a threat or a predator."

Thanks to Playlist for the heads-up.

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