GR2 Top 15 Tracks – April 30th, 2007

After a brief hiatus (meaning I forgot to do this last Monday), we're back with the GR2 Top 15 for the last seven days.  Enjoy! 

  1. Anti-Flag – Turncoat
  2. D.I. – Hang Ten In East Berlin
  3. Reverend Horton Heat – Go With Your Friends
  4. NOFX – Hot Dog In A Hallway
  5. Rise Against – Dead Ringer
  6. NOFX – Release The Hostages
  7. Minor Threat – Betray
  8. Goin' Places – Never Forget the Ramones
  9. Forgotten – Shot Down
  10. Minutemen – Shit From An Old Notebook
  11. Bouncing Souls – True Believers
  12. The Bad Rackets – Couple Million Miles
  13. Dropkick Murphys – Do Or Die
  14. Swingin' Utters – Five Lessons Learned
  15. Only Crime – Tenebrae

Last Chance To Save Internet Radio

Dear Live365 Broadcasters,

On March 21st, I wrote you regarding the initial ruling by the Copyright Royalty
Board (CRB) announcing catastrophically high new royalty rates as
well as a $500/year minimum per station. Despite the outcry of nearly all
webcasters, the CRB denied the request for a rehearing and has proceeded
with their original ruling.

In response to these new and unfair fees, Representative Jay Inslee (D-WA)
introduced the Internet Radio Equality Act (HR 2060) on April 26th.

This bill will provide immediate relief from the
proposed new rates and can save thousands of Internet radio stations from going off
the air.

Live365 and the other members of the SaveNetRadio Coalition fully support this
proposal and are working diligently to see it turned into law. The
next step is to line up cosponsors for HR 2060, but time is running short.

We ask that you IMMEDIATELY:

CALL your Representative and ask them to cosponsor HR 2060 -- The Internet Radio
Equality Act. Click here to find your Representative's number:

Representatives with the same request to cosponsor HR 2060.

We thank you again for all of the great support so far. Let's keep the momentum
building into a crescendo that everyone can hear.


Jason Stoddard
Director, Broadcasting

Ps. It looks like Live365 will be observing the "Day of Silence" on May 8th. More
information to come?

GR1 - Heavy Metal
GR2 - Punk Rock

Enemy Territory Leads PC Gaming Revival

Enemy Territory: QUAKE Wars has been given a special mention in a New York Times article today focusing on the comeback of PC games. It’s one the of major titles set to re-energise interest in the platform alongside Microsoft’s Games for Windows initiative. The article also looks into gaming on Windows Vista and high-end PCs built specifically for enthusiast gamers. The future is bright, gentlemen. And apparently full of 120mm fans.

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Win Enemy Territory Quake Wars For Free!

Hey, It's Atomm! 

June 6th, 2006 is QW Day! The day Quake Wars officially hits the stores and we can not wait to get our hands on it. In fact, we are so anxious to get our hands on it, we arranged for 2 Free copies courtesy of Go Gamer! How cool is that? 

We put together a special website just for this promotion. You can visit it at  Read more about Enemy Territory: Quake Wars, sign up for the free drawing and if you are really excited, pick up a copy through our link to Go Gamer. From what we have seen, they have the lowest price available right now, so you might get it before it becomes hard to find! 

And when you win, you can sell it to a buddy and rake him over the coals since every place in town is going to be sold out

Also, Gamers Radio is going to have a Quake Wars server set up and ready on day one of the release. If you want to play on a teamwork oriented, no smacktards allowed server, then drop by and check out our server info, radio stations and free flash arcade games! 

See you on the battlefield!  

Atomm Nihilo
GR1 – Heavy Metal (Today's Hits)
GR2 – Punk Rock (Real Punk)

UK Pre-order Details Announced

Activision UK has unveiled the details regarding the Enemy Territory: QUAKE Wars pre-order program on the British Isles, allowing Her Majesty’s loyal servants to get in on the action. The British gamers among you can reserve your copy in-store at one of the numerous GAME outlets, netting you a special ETQW supply drop consisting of two collectible cards, an exclusive poster, and the opportunity to reserve your desired username.

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Splash Damage Community Day! (Updated)

We recently had an Enemy Territory: QUAKE Wars Community Day here at Splash Damage, where several members of the press and the European ETQW community got to sit down with the game and blow the (virtual) snot out of each other. QUAKE Wars lead designer Paul “Locki” Wedgwood was also on hand for a few Q&A sessions, where he answered some of the most pressing questions of the community. Those of you who didn’t get to go can now get an idea of what it’s like to play Enemy Territory: QUAKE Wars, as the write-ups are hitting the digital tubes of the internet. Read on for a list!

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GR2 Top 15 Tracks – April 16th, 2007

Here are the Top 15 tracks for the previous 7 days.  Hope this adds a bright spot to your tax day.

  1. Dropkick Murphys – Barroom Hero
  2. No Use For A Name – For Fiona
  3. Lagwagon – Alien 8
  4. Supersuckers – Pretty Fucked Up
  5. The Vandals – I'm The Boss Of Me
  6. Fugazi – Waiting Room
  7. Bad Religion – Voice of God is Government
  8. Darlington – Dorkin' Around
  9. Rancid – Warsaw
  10. NOFX – Linoleum
  11. The Briggs – Media Control
  12. Lagwagon – Heartbreaking Music
  13. The Clash – Safe European Home
  14. Stiff Little Fingers – Guitar & Drum
  15. Rancid – Black Lung

RIAA suing 400 college students

According to the University of South Florida (USF) publication The Oracle, the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) have announced filing "John Doe" lawsuits against over 400 students at schools nation-wide who are accused of illegally downloading or sharing copyrighted materials using university networks and IP addresses.

The "John Doe" lawsuit is filed in an effort to obtain personal information about owners of the IP addresses from the service provider in order to file a personal lawsuit against the individual, after first attempting to reach a monetary settlement agreement. USF, like most schools, considers student information personal, but will assist the RIAA by providing names of those IP address holders to avoid any association with possible infractions of the law.

This February, the RIAA sent 400 pre-litigation letters to students at 13 universities, giving students the chance to settle with the RIAA within 20 days or face legal action. Reports indicate 119 students of those 400 have settled. Says Executive Vice President and General Counsel for the RIAA Steven Marks:

We have no choice but to take the problem of campus music theft seriously. Our ability to invest in new bands and new music is seriously threatened by online theft – a problem that remains particularly acute on college campuses. We are now giving students the opportunity to settle the claims against them during a pre-litigation period. Yet students who do not take advantage of this new process should understand that lawsuits are sure to follow.

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