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Eminem, “Curtain Call”

Korn, “See You on the

Other Side”

Various artists, “Our New

Orleans: A Benefit Album

for the Gulf Coast”

Lindsay Lohan, “A Little

More Personal (Raw)”

Alanis Morissette, “The

Collection [Limited


The White Stripes,

“Walking with a Ghost

+ 4 Live Tracks”

Coming Tuesday

Bo Bice, “The Real Thing”

Madonna, “Confessions on

a Dance Floor”

Miles Davis, “Munich

Concert [Live]”

Billy Elliot, “Original Cast


Beck, “Guerolito”


Check out our catalog of mp3s from local musicians, including new ones from Seven Years Absence and Everstone, at music/mp3s.

On The Hangover, catch recordings of local shows BEAF and Big Wang Theory at music/shows.

On the Web

Many music fans are looking for a way to honor the legacy of John Lennon this week. Need a suggestion? How about Dolly Parton covering “Imagine.” parton–dolly/artist.jhtml

From the delusions of grandeur file: “I think my record is going to speak for itself to the Creed fans. I think it’s going to be like when Sting left The Police.”

– Scott Stapp, former lead singer of Creed, before an appearance on “The Tonight Show.”

So you want to play guitar, but you’re too lazy? No problem. Now, with virtual air guitar, you can become an instant rock star. Practice is so last-century and overrated. media.html

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