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anger, rage

Harvard Law School Professor Charles Nesson and his students will defend Rhode Island residents Arthur and Judie Tenenbaum from RIAA that is accusing their son Joel of sharing a total of 7 songs on Kazaa file sharing network. The damages Joel and his parents are facing could be more than $1 million.

Discuss It (3) submitted by: penny  published: Dec 15, 2008 (profy.com)
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sad, fear

U.S. military interrogators have often blasted music at detainees in Iraq, Afghanistan and Guantanamo Bay. According to the British law group Reprieve, these are among the songs they have used most frequently

Discuss It (3) submitted by: cloakg  published: Dec 11, 2008 (www.foxnews.com)
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funny, amused

Some teenagers in Fort Lupton, Colorado violated the town's noise pollution ordinance, and the judge has come up with a creatively evil way of punishing them - forcing them to listen to Barry Manilow and Barney the Purple Dinosaur until they have nightmares. It's an "ear for an ear" in Colorado, I guess.

Discuss It (4) submitted by: safeshark  published: Nov 24, 2008 (www.9news.com)
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funny, amused

"Walk it Out" is the debut single from Unk, these ladies from the 60's are dancing with the song dubbed over it.

Discuss It (1) submitted by: LauraskiOne  published: Nov 23, 2008 (www.youtube.com)
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funny, amused

A song about a little flaw that I have.

Discuss It (2) submitted by: RedPanda  published: Nov 18, 2008 (www.funnyordie.com)
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cool, awesome

The 14-minute improvised track called 'Carnival of Light' was recorded in 1967 and played just once in public. It was never released because three of the Fab Four thought it too adventurous. The track, a jumble of shrieks and psychedelic effects, is said to be as far from the melodic ballads that made Sir Paul McCartney famous as it is possible ...

Discuss It (1) submitted by: xcell  published: Nov 16, 2008 (www.guardian.co.uk)
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cool, awesome

Joaquin Phoenix, the twice Oscar-nominated star of Gladiator and the Johnny Cash biopic Walk the Line, has announced his decision to retire from acting to pursue a career in music. Phoenix said this to a presenter for US celebrity TV show Extra at a benefit for a Paul Newman-backed charity in San Francisco last night.

Discuss It (3) submitted by: QuEEnbEE  published: Oct 29, 2008 (www.guardian.co.uk)
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funny, amused

In a small but intriguing study from the University of Illinois medical school, doctors and students maintained close to the ideal number of chest compressions doing CPR while listening to the catchy, sung-in-falsetto tune from the 1977 movie "Saturday Night Fever."

Discuss It (1) submitted by: penny  published: Oct 17, 2008 (www.cnn.com)
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The Performing Rights Society, the UK outfit collecting royalties for the music industry, seems it will stop at nothing as it demands money from small businesses, charities, playschools, and now, kids' community centers, all so that they can listen to music without fear of prosecution.

Discuss It (0) submitted by: RedPanda  published: Oct 16, 2008 (torrentfreak.com)
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wow, shocked

In parks, on trains and even pounding the pavement, we are permanently wired for sound. But our love affair with our iPods and MP3 players could cost us our hearing. More than a million Britons could go deaf because they listen to their music too loud and too long, experts warn.

Discuss It (2) submitted by: Gnome  published: Oct 14, 2008 (www.dailymail.co.uk)
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