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The Bewildering Case Of Mass Effect 2 Collector’s Edition

I liked the first Mass Effect game. Except for a few caveats, like clunky combat and a bunch of anticlimatic and superflous side-missions and grinding objectives. Other than that, it was good. So I’d hoped to get a copy of … Continue reading

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Hefner’s Dead Media Re-Issued 2-Disc Version… Deluxe

Originally released in 2001, Hefner‘s Dead Media was the band’s fourth (or fifth, if you count Boxing Hefner) and final album. Rather than giving their fans another album of accessible piano- and guitar-driven pop/rock songs a la We Love The … Continue reading

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The Elusive Obscurities

On July 11th I pre-ordered Stephin Merritt’s Obscurities release through amazon.co.uk. I’m eager to get my hands on it, and figure pre-ordering is the best way to get it as early as possible. I also decided to order Destroyer‘s  excellent … Continue reading

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Fidelity Wars #45: Wonder Pets! – “Poor Baby Squirrel”

When rummaging through the bargain bin of the multimedia store Platekompaniet at the Oslo City shopping mall last Saturday, I was surprised to stumble over a copy of Born To Play CD of music from The Backyardigans show for 60 … Continue reading

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