Good Music Guide Issue 24
Oasis and The Way to Live Forever
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-December 2008
Big Mouthed and Fancy Free: Oasis and The Way to Live Forever
Elephants in Athens: Of Montreal Tells the Story of E6
Annuals’ Guide to Raleigh, North Carolina
Living the Deadpan Dream: Craig Robinson Helps Make a Porno
The Slacker’s Revenge [Slacker 2.0]
Concert in your Pocket [iGTR]
NPR Dishes Up Free Concert Memories [All Songs Considered]
Universally Speaking [Z-5 Omnidirectional Speakers]
One-liners: A miniature take on selected Filter Magazine reviews
CDs: Bloc Party, Lucinda Williams, Eagles of Death Metal, The Streets, Johnny Cash, Mount Eerie, Aqualung, El Guincho, The Henry Clay People, Chandeliers, Facing New York, Daniel Martin Moore, Ingrid Michaelson, Free Blood, The Rosebuds, Rachael Yamagata, Pit Er Pat
DVDs: Awake, My Soul: The Story of the Sacred Harp, Glenn O’Brien’s TV Party
Books: Cobain Unseen by Charles R. Cross, Travelers by Walter Martin & Paloma Muñoz
Video Games: Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe; Rock Band 2