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Some Great Rock (and other) Albums, dirt cheap and digital from

Not that I necessarily think we should all start paying for digital music, and certainly is way too big and powerful and gets too much of our money already, but they have some pretty good deals on MP3 albums going right now. I think this may be the other shoe dropping from Apple’s aggressive move into the eBook marketplace… and perhaps to Google and Apple’s cloud music storage systems.

Talking Heads – Speaking In Tongues – $2.99

Pink Floyd – The Dark Side Of The Moon (2011 – Remaster) – $2.99

Crosby, Still, Nash & Young – Deja Vu – $5

100 Must-Have Movie Classics – $2.99 (3 cents each)

The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars (40th Anniversary Edition) [Remastered] (Remastered) – $5

Cat Power – You Are Free – $2.99

David Bowie – Heroes – $2.99

Queen – Greatest Hits – $2.99

Grateful Dead – American Beauty (Expanded US Release) – $2.99

Mumford & Sons – Sigh No More – $2.99

Let It Roll – Songs Of George Harrison [+digital booklet] – $2.99

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Oh - and hello to Jason Isaacs.

The 400 Blows


is an over-caffeinated and under-employed grad school dropout, aspiring leftwing intellectual and cultural studies academic, cinéaste, and former poet. Raised in San Francisco on classic film, radical politics, burritos and soul music, then set loose upon the world. He spends his time in coffee shops with his laptop and headphones, caffeinating and trying to construct a post-whatever life.


What's in a name... The handle "zerode" is a contraction of Zéro de Conduite, the title of Jean Vigo's 1933 movie masterpiece about schoolboy rebellion.

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