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Article Archives for November 2003


Music Review: Sarah McLachlan - Afterglow

Friday, November 21, 2003 by Helly || [0 Comments]

Sarah McLachlan has been absent from the music scene for several years. After the final show of the final year of the Lilith Fair in 1999 (the musical festival focusing on female artists that McLachlan organized), she retreated from the spotlight in order to focus on family, specifically her husban...

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Movie Review: The Matrix Revolutions

Monday, November 10, 2003 by Poopy || [0 Comments]

What is The Matrix? In 1999, Andy and Larry Wachowski introduced the movie, The Matrix, to the world. The Matrix offered moviegoers and science fiction fans a movie with heart, a solid storyline, some biblical and computer-related references and ground-breaking special effects. It pays homage to Jap...

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Music Review: A Perfect Circle - Thirteenth Step

Monday, November 10, 2003 by Helly || [1 Comment]

Formed by former Fishbone guitar tech, Billy Howerdel, A Perfect Circle consisted of Howerdel, Tools frontman, Maynard Keenan who had met Howerdel on tour and became enamored of his songs, bassist Paz Lechantin, Josh Freese on drums and Troy Van Leeuwen sharing duties on guitars. Their first relea...

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Legally Copying Software and Music

Monday, November 03, 2003 by TheDoc || [0 Comments]

We are living in the age of mass theft, or at least that's one way to look at it. The epidemic of software piracy and music and movie sharing is almost impossible to separate from the influx of computer use and especially fast Internet access into our homes. The two occurred so simultaneously that i...

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