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The following is a list sites inspected and deemed tolerable by Al. If you are looking for a more comprehensive list, why not try one of these tremendous Web resources:
Artist Specific Sites Page at the University of Indiana
American Music Information Source Guide
Son of Spamm (a great alternative music webzine)
World Wired Productions Music Page
Abba (http://www.nvg.unit.no/moro/musikk/abba.html) ** Currently Broken **
Tori Amos (http://www.mit.edu:8001/people/nocturne/tori.html)
Laurie Anderson (http://www.c3.lanl.gov:8080/cgi/jimmyd/quoter?home)
David Bowie (http://www.davidbowie.com)
Kate Bush (http://www.gryphon.com/gaffa/)
Dead Can Dance (http://www.nets.com/dcd)
Thomas Dolby (official) (http://flatearth.tdolby.com/)
Thomas Dolby (http://kspace.com/KM/spot.sys/Dolby/pages/home.html)
Brian Eno (http://www.matson.it/Artists/BrianEno/BrianEnoHome.html)
Peter Gabriel (http://mpa.pvt.k12.mn.us/admins/soundgod/pg/)
Dr. Fiorella Terenzi (http://kspace.com/terenzi)
Nine Inch Nails (http://ibms15.scri.fsu.edu/~patters/nin.html)
Legendary Pink Dots (http://www.cs.utk.edu/~cowell/tlpd.html)
Frank Zappa (http://www.cpeq.com/~mplanet/zappa/zappa.html)
Fascinating Musical Artists You Probably Haven't Heard of . . . Yet
The Pousks (http://www.geocities.com/SunsetStrip/Palms/1110) More evidence that Al was right. Most true musical genius comes from the inspiration provided by Alien radiowaves broadcast to musician's dental work . . . Or, as in the case of The Pousks, directly from the aliens themselves.
Tiny Monsters (http://www.brattleboro.com/music/tm/) What a tremendous group. Imminently strange, and with all the important things--band info and egregious .wav files ready to download. Go sample some of the sounds.
They Might Be Giants. What would life be without them? And of course, they have more than one link. Make sure to try They Might Be Giants (http://black.clarku.edu/~bfoy/tmbg.html)
The Fractal Music Site: An excellent resource for odd experimentation in music, and odd transpositions of music and physics. For even more great stuff in that vein, be sure to check out Dr. Fiorella Terenzi (Also check out http://www.fiorella.com) who has a wonderfully interesting body of work, and has also done some great stuff with Thomas Dolby.
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