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Secret Memo Regarding Nirvana’s ‘In Utero’ Reissue Leaked

Written by on 7 January 2013

The following document was obtained by Collapse Board from an unnamed source. It is currently being distributed to all major music publications and websites. Despite the threat of lawsuit, we have decided to publish this document verbatim. The author of the document is unknown. (starts) This memo is being sent out to prepare everyone for […]

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Yes A Trillion Dollar Coin Will Solve Our Problems

Written by on 7 January 2013

  Today, New York Times columnist and Nobel prize winning economist Paul Krugman wrote that President Obama should be “absolutely” prepared to mint a one trillion dollar platinum coin and use it to pay the government’s bills. It wasn’t a typo: a lot of people are discussing the trillion-dollar coin as a way to avoid […]

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The Black Keys and the Flaming Lips Tour Together

Written by on 7 January 2013

The Flaming Lips photo by Erez Avissar, the Black Keys photo by Danny Clinch This spring, the Black Keys and the Flaming Lips will head out on a short tour together. The two bands will hit the following cities: 04-28 Kansas City, MO – Sprint Center 04-30 Pittsburgh, PA – CONSOL Energy Center 05-02 Atlanta, […]

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Guitar Picks Made from Coins

Written by on 7 January 2013

Are you ready to rock hard–at least as hard as a copper and nickel alloy? Dustin and Stephanie can help. They cut and shape US coins into fully functional guitar picks. They’re available as common coins, such as quarters and Sacagawea dollars, or antique coins, including buffalo nickels, wheat pennies and silver dollars. Link -via […]

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Kalance Theory vs. Cold Forty Three

Written by on 7 January 2013

Kalance Theory have put together the first run of 2013. Granted it’s still very very early, but this duo are making their 3rd straight appearance on Gashouse Live’s Band vs Band. It’s easy to call their sound folk-rock, but a closer listen would suggest that the music has many more sounds than just one genre. […]

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