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Thursday, 23 May 2002 ,  Written by Jerry Del Colliano
Breakthrough rockers, Alien Ant Farm, known best for their hard hitting, street savvy cover of Michael Jackson’s "Smooth Criminal" were involved in a bus accident while on tour in Spain about 100 miles from Madrid. The tour bus crashed into a parked car killing the driver. Each band member lived with lead singer Dryden Mitchell hurting his back and guitarist Terry Corso breaking his ankle. Drummer Mike Cosgrove had multiple cuts and bruises from the accident as did some of the tour technicians who were on the band.
Thursday, 23 May 2002 ,  Written by Jerry Del Colliano
One word sums up why the big five media conglomerates cannot stop the crusade by Hillary Rosen and the RIAA against downloadable music: antitrust. Sources close to AudioRevolution.com say that the big mistake by the major labels in regard to downloadable music was made when the old school executives failed to realize the potential of the insane marketing possibilities a few years ago when Napster was gaining underground popularity. The conservative thinking at the music companies was, "Ignore Napster and it will eventually go away."
Wednesday, 22 May 2002 ,  Written by Jerry Del Colliano
Will a black felt tip pen defeat Sony Music’s latest CD copy protection system? CNN.com says it does. CNN obtained a copy of the new Celine Dion disc "A New Day has Come" distributed in Europe with much fanfare over how it can’t play in a PC and will crash a Mac. CNN reportedly couldn’t get the CD to play on a PC but then covered the edges of the CD with a black felt tip pen (just like the old days of the green CD Stoplight pens) and voila – the CD played flawlessly in the PC.
Tuesday, 21 May 2002 ,  Written by Bryan Dailey
In response to Sony and Microsoft dropping the price on their Playstation 2 and X-Box game systems respectively from $299 down to $199, Nintendo has cut the price of their Game Cube 25 percent. The Nintendo Game Cube will now carry a retail price of $149. Despite the fact that it does not feature a DVD-Video player like the PS2 and the X-Box, the Game Cube benefits from blockbuster video game titles like "Super Mario Brothers" and "The Legend of Zelda" and is targeted to a younger audience than the Microsoft and Sony units.
Monday, 20 May 2002 ,  Written by Scott Selter
Piega Speakers To Do 2 Live DVD-Audio Demos – NYC and Greensboro Swiss speaker company Piega, the largest selling hi-end speaker company in Switzerland and Russia, along with Sanibel Sound have arranged to do two DVD-Audio demos to highlight how their high performance speakers sound with the best in new surround sound musical material on 24 bit DVD-Audio software. Meridian will be providing the digital electronics with the 800 CD/DVD Player and 861 Reference Surround Controller.
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