Song Lyrics

The 5 Hottest Indie Women

There’s something about indie chicks that is both endearing and frustrating. They
’re endearing because they write honest songs and they strive to progress musically. They’re frustrating because so many of them just don’t try to be attractive. We’ve chosen the 5 women who kick the mostass in both music and hotness.

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October 21, 2007 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

How to stream your music to any PC

Streaming your tunes to any PC may be more practical then lugging your iPod all te time, but you have to decide how to go about it: stream songs directly from your own PC, or use a hosting service that stores your library online. Let’s take a look at the pros and cons of each and learn how to liberate your music using methods in both camps.

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Music Industry Shaking Down Coffee Shops

“A restaurant owner who doesn’t even offer live music was approached for payment for having the TV on while the Monday Night Football theme played. And if the owners pay up to one licensing company, all of the others start harassing them, calling four times a day, demanding payment too. It sounds like they don’t even check whether any copyright vio

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iTunes 7.1.2 DRM cracked

This utility will scrub DRM from YOUR music files and make a backup copy of the originals for safe keeping. Great for iPod owners who now have another brand of music player – iTunes will convert your AAC files to MP3 when you’re ready to run away from Apple. I’m sure this story will be buried by DMCA lovers.

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Official: Last.fm comes to Facebook

When Facebook
’s new platform launched last month, the omission of the popular music social network Last.fm was puzzling. As of today, Last.fm is missing in action no more. “We’re pleased to announce the release of Last.fm Music, our first (and certainly not last) Facebook app”, writes Matthew Ogle on the official blog.

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Why New Music Doesn’t Sound As Good As It Did

Never mind that today’s factory-produced starlets and mini-clones just don’t have the practiced chops of the supergroups of yesteryear, pop in a new CD and you might notice that the quality of the music itself
—maybe something as simple as a snare drum hit—just doesn’t sound as crisp and as clear as you’re used to. Why is that?

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Top 10 Video Game Music Covers (with video)

The following is a list of the Top 10 Video Game Music Covers, selected by Brendon. He tried to avoid a lot of the HUGE songs (such as the two guitar Mario, One-Winged Angel, and Nintendo Acapella to name a few) and focus on the ones which were just as good (if not better), but had far less recognition.

Can you think of any that should be on it?

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Fifteen Last.fm Power Tweaks

One of the best ways to discover new music online is with Last.fm, a music recommendation community. Last.fm is a pretty simple way to listen to tunes, but there are a few quick and dirty ways you can oomph it up a little. Keep reading for fifteen ways to tweak your Last.fm listening experience.

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Hands On: iTunes WiFi Music Store

One new feature that came with the announcement of the iPod Touch is the iTunes WiFi Music Store. Aside from the limited interaction we had with it at the Apple event on September 5, we got our first real crack at it today. All in all, its pretty great, but there are a few things that make us shake our head.

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iPhone 1.1.1 “bug” unleashes music over Bluetooth

The iPhone 1.1.1 update has a hidden little surprise for y’all: Bluetooth audio streaming is now available off of your iPhone for whatever you darn please, meaning you can finally listen to music from the phone wirelessly.

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