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Grab The World of Goo Soundtrack, it’s FREE

2D Boy, the devs behind the highly rated World of Goo have released the game’s soundtrack. It was a free download via designer and composer Kyle Gabler’s homepage before tremendous leeching caused it to die.

Get the soundtrack (27 songs, 85 MB) now at a temporary mirror – via Offworld.

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The Changing Faces of Amy Winehouse

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Joaquin Phoenix, The (Bad) Rapper

Ex movie star now wanna be rapper Joaquin Phoenix made his debut this past friday. J. Pizzle performed three hip-hop tracks in front of a full house at nightclub LAVO in Las Vegas. The audience was reportedly unenthusiastic about the set but Phoenix remains passionate, saying:

Are there people out there who think I’m a joke? I’m sure there will be. Are there people who think it’s going to suck? Probably, but I can’t worry about that.

Watch J. Pizzle drop it like it’s hot – it’s worth a laugh at the very least.

Another clip after the jump.


Musebin, For Tiny Album Reviews

My ADD-riddled brain muscle doesn’t really have the capacity to read through the thousands of words that make up a Rolling Stone album review. What I need is a quick consensus, a 1-liner, to-the-point, no beating around the bush, long-story-short.

That’s where Musebin comes in. Like Twitter, it limits each album review to a single, 140-character line. And like Reddit, it allows users to rate those reviews up or down using Yea or Nay buttons.

Check it out at

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Smack My Bitch Up – Beatboxing Edition

It’s Smack My Bitch Up, but not as you know it. Polish beatboxing act Al-Fatnujah perform a Prodigy classic.

Click Play or go to Youtube.

Incidentally, if anyone still remembers Prodigy, their fifth studio album Invaders Must Die is going to be released on February 23rd, 2009.  The single, Invaders Must Die, from the forthcoming album is certainly not as hard-hitting as I was expecting. And it sounded like The Chemical Brothers.

Click Play to watch the single or go to Youtube.