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Friday, September 25, 2009 

Murderer's row

I think the Singles Jukebox is one of the better things I've been involved with (writing-wise), so it's nice to see it getting some praise. It's really interesting to me that the writing there, while generally excellent, comes from a mix of really well-known critics, critics I know (mostly ex-Stylus people) and then people who as far as I know mainly write about music only for the Jukebox. It's a good mix. And as I was just talking about with my friend Erik the other day, writing there keeps my pop muscles nicely exercised.

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