Good Music Guide Issue 19
Spoon: Year of the Underdog
With so much good music in the world today, one magazine just isn't enough to keep up.
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Filter Good Music Guide October-November, 2007
Bose and Sennheiser advance the earbud with high-performance models; Get exclusive interviews, glimpses behind-the-scenes and concert footage on Filter TV; audio goes underwater with the SwiMP3; P2P filesharing, the legal way.
Band of Horses' Guide to the Low Country of South Carolina
Pyramid Schemers: Daft Punk Comes Alive
The Year of Spoon: Underdog Business as Usual
It's Not the End of the World as We Know It! R.E.M. Returns
Dust to Rust, Ashes on Gashes: Siouxsie Transforms
One Liners: A miniature take on selected Filter Magazine reviews
CDs: The Fiery Furnaces, iLiKETRAiNS, Ween, David Bowie, Soulsavers, Yeasayer, Prefuse 73, more
DVDs: The Best of the Johnny Cash TV Show 1969-1971, Jens Hannemann: Complicated Drumming Technique
Books: Gonzo, Born in the Bronx, Dead Children Playing, Elliott Smith
Video Games: Super Mario Galaxy, Rock Band
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