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Monday, April 18, 2005 

The rule of fives

[Editorial note: Blogger futzed up when I tried to post this, but for the first time their "recover post" button was active. Which saved a minute or two and enough aggravation to make me break things. Instead, I'm so happy about it I feel compelled to mention it, since I do tend to slam Blogger when their site goes down... Good on them.]

Between the aforementioned Music For Airports and Talking Heads' Fear Of Music (at the gym) and Elvis Costello's Armed Forces (right now), all the music I've listened to today was released in 1978-9.

Of course, next up is Magnolia Electric Co's What Comes After The Blues, as I didn't bring any other old albums. I kind of wish I had now.

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