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  • Although Jim Henson is gone, his art and ideas live on in the form of "Kermit", "Miss Piggy", "Big Bird", "Oscar the Grouch" and the ever-expanding Muppet family. We may not all be artists, but we all have dreams. This illustrat... Although Jim Henson is gone, his art and ideas live on in the form of "Kermit", "Miss Piggy", "Big Bird", "Oscar the Grouch" and the ever-expanding Muppet family. We may not all be artists, but we all have dreams. This illustrated book provides numerous reasons put those dreams to work in real life.

  • Armani is expanding its style influence to include products for the home with its "Armani Casa" line. Leaving no object unturned, the line even includes this incredibly sleek television. Just imagine how much better it will look... Armani is expanding its style influence to include products for the home with its "Armani Casa" line. Leaving no object unturned, the line even includes this incredibly sleek television. Just imagine how much better it will look in your Armani-appointed living room !

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  • The San Diego based art studio has designed an incredibly comfortable chair made from wine barrels! Hand made by craftsmen and artists, this one-of-a-kind lounge addition is a must for any patio or inside decor. Their line also ... The San Diego based art studio has designed an incredibly comfortable chair made from wine barrels! Hand made by craftsmen and artists, this one-of-a-kind lounge addition is a must for any patio or inside decor. Their line also includes barstools, benches, and tables! It'd be great to see how they plan on expanding on their use of wine barrels. super comfortable, great for kicking back

  • Send Ultimate is an archaeology of Wire in the studio between 2000 and 2003, as the band worked on new music for the first time in a decade. This retooled edition of Send gives fresh insight into an exciting chapter for Wire, by e... Send Ultimate is an archaeology of Wire in the studio between 2000 and 2003, as the band worked on new music for the first time in a decade. This retooled edition of Send gives fresh insight into an exciting chapter for Wire, by expanding the frame around the album and providing a larger context with rare and previously unheard material.

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  • Latin Pop Shop is expanding their Apparel selection -- with great items for men & women from Los Angeles designer, Joe DeHoyos.

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  • my handy handout holder... Your little office on the go. Keep resumes looking fresh and you looking fresher. This simple solution is a whole lot cheaper and more practical than an awkward and overly formal briefcase. S... my handy handout holder... Your little office on the go. Keep resumes looking fresh and you looking fresher. This simple solution is a whole lot cheaper and more practical than an awkward and overly formal briefcase. Set it out on the table when you enter the room and avoid that conversation blackout that happens when you try to get something off the floor without getting out of your seat.

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  • His first solo album since 1977's Netherlands, Phoenix was a fine effort but one that didn't add any new twists to Fogelberg's ever-expanding vision apparent up till then on one album after another. The album paled somewhat in com... His first solo album since 1977's Netherlands, Phoenix was a fine effort but one that didn't add any new twists to Fogelberg's ever-expanding vision apparent up till then on one album after another. The album paled somewhat in comparison to Fogelberg's previous efforts and didn't do much to expand his audience. On the other hand, it certainly didn't dissuade many from continuing to support him through buying his records and seeing him play live, both of which contributed to his receiving extensive airplay. "Longer" is perhaps the best track on the album and quickly became a live favorite. The title cut proved again that Fogelberg could rock, and as punk and new wave began creeping into the mainstream, Fogelberg appeared to be one artist who would not fade away as tastes changed. ~ Steve Matteo, All Music Guide « less… more »

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  • Shenanigans is the companion piece to 2001's International Superhits. Where that compilation collected Green Day's singles, this rounds up the B-sides and such ephemera as soundtrack compilations, gathering the best (plus the new ... Shenanigans is the companion piece to 2001's International Superhits. Where that compilation collected Green Day's singles, this rounds up the B-sides and such ephemera as soundtrack compilations, gathering the best (plus the new "Ha Ha You're Dead") for a 14-track trek through the band's alternate history. Now, any serious rock listener knows that B-sides don't necessarily mean subpar material, and such '90s bands as Oasis and Suede have had B-sides every bit as good as the material that made the official albums, and their subsequent B-sides albums have been gems in their discographies. This is largely because both bands had prime periods where everything they did pretty much turned to gold. Green Day never quite had an equivalent prime period. After they made their mark with Dookie, they maintained a high level of quality, constantly expanding their vision and refining their craft with each album, but they never had a time where they burned so brightly they couldn't fit all the great songs onto the proper albums and had to spill 'em out over the B-sides. Green Day knew what their best songs were, and apart from "J.A.R.," which they threw out to the Angus soundtrack, they kept 'em on the albums, and they turned out material for B-sides largely because they had to; that was the game in the '90s -- you had to make sure the multi-part singles in the U.K. had unique material, and if a soundtrack came calling, you had to ante up. So, the songs that comprise Shenanigans are an appealing mixed bag since they were, by and large, songs Green Day finished because they had to. Since they're an excellent, restless band, there's variety here -- bits of surf rock, classic British Invasion, classic British punk, and singalong pop -- nothing is less than enjoyable, and some of it is quite good. But it's never terrific, revelatory, or amazing, giving the dedicated fans songs they just can't live without (to reduce it to the Oasis/Suede terms, no "Acquiesce," no "My Insatiable One"). It's fun, to be sure, especially for the fans who are the compilation's target audience, but everything here sounds like the classic definition of B-sides -- good and familiar, but not as good as what made the album. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, All Music Guide « less… more »

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  • Now, this is the rose's rose. A red and shiny expanding rose that would be adorable and traditional.

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  • Available in black, navy or green, the latest piece from Bape’s expanding line of luggage is this weekend bag. With a tan suede base, the zip bag features both hand and shoulder straps despite its relatively small dimensions (2... Available in black, navy or green, the latest piece from Bape’s expanding line of luggage is this weekend bag. With a tan suede base, the zip bag features both hand and shoulder straps despite its relatively small dimensions (25×35x20.5cm). The base color is replicated for the iconic Ape head logo, which is sewn to the side of the bag to provide instantly recognisable branding.

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  • Kill 'Em All may have revitalized heavy metal's underground, but Ride the Lightning was even more stunning, exhibiting staggering musical growth and boldly charting new directions that would affect heavy metal for years to come. I... Kill 'Em All may have revitalized heavy metal's underground, but Ride the Lightning was even more stunning, exhibiting staggering musical growth and boldly charting new directions that would affect heavy metal for years to come. Incredibly ambitious for a one-year-later sophomore effort, Ride the Lightning finds Metallica aggressively expanding their compositional technique and range of expression. Every track tries something new, and every musical experiment succeeds mightily. The lyrics push into new territory as well -- more personal, more socially conscious, less metal posturing. But the true heart of Ride the Lightning lies in its rich musical imagination. There are extended, progressive epics; tight, concise groove-rockers; thrashers that blow anything on Kill 'Em All out of the water, both in their urgency and the barest hints of melody that have been added to the choruses. Some innovations are flourishes that add important bits of color, like the lilting, pseudo-classical intro to the furious "Fight Fire with Fire," or the harmonized leads that pop up on several tracks. Others are major reinventions of Metallica's sound, like the nine-minute, album-closing instrumental "The Call of Ktulu," or the haunting suicide lament "Fade to Black." The latter is an all-time metal classic; it begins as an acoustic-driven, minor-key ballad, then gets slashed open by electric guitars playing a wordless chorus, and ends in a wrenching guitar solo over a thrashy yet lyrical rhythm figure. Basically, in a nutshell, Metallica sounded like they could do anything. Heavy metal hadn't seen this kind of ambition since Judas Priest's late-'70s classics, and Ride the Lightning effectively rewrote the rule book for a generation of thrashers. If Kill 'Em All was the manifesto, Ride the Lightning was the revolution itself. ~ Steve Huey, All Music Guide « less… more »

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  • This compact desk has a hidden drawer for managing cords and wires. A full length second work surface pulls out to easily expanding work area.

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  • While Yankee Hotel Foxtrot and A Ghost Is Born established Wilco's reputation as one of America's most interesting and imaginative rock bands, both albums were the product of a band in flux, and this was particularly evident to th... While Yankee Hotel Foxtrot and A Ghost Is Born established Wilco's reputation as one of America's most interesting and imaginative rock bands, both albums were the product of a band in flux, and this was particularly evident to those who saw the group on-stage after the release of YHF. Yankee Hotel Foxtrot may have blazed new sonic trails for Wilco, but the departure of Jay Bennett in the latter stages of its production left the band with an audible hole when they played the new material on-stage, and while multi-instrumentalist Leroy Bach may have been a technically skilled player, he looked and sounded like a cold fish in concert, unwittingly emphasizing the cooler surfaces of Wilco's new music and negating much of the passion of Jeff Tweedy's songs. However, by the time Wilco hit the road following the release of A Ghost Is Born, the group's latest round of personnel shakeups had the unexpected but welcome effect of spawning one of the group's best lineups to date; after Bach amicably left Wilco, the addition of keyboard and guitar man Pat Sansone and especially visionary guitarist Nels Cline gave the band players whose energy and passion matched their technical skill, and suddenly the band was playing its challenging new material with the same sweaty force Tweedy and company conjured up in the band's earlier days. Thankfully, Tweedy had the good sense to document the prowess of Wilco's latest incarnation on-stage, and Kicking Television: Live in Chicago, recorded during four shows at the Windy City's Vic Theater, offers a welcome second perspective on the band's more recent work. With the exception of two numbers from Wilco's collaborative albums with Billy Bragg (in which they set Woody Guthrie's poems to music), Kicking Television focuses exclusively on their "post-alt-country" work, but while many of the songs featured here sounded cool and mannered in the studio, here they gain new muscle and force, not to mention a great deal of enthusiasm, and while tunes like "Ashes of American Flags" and "Handshake Drugs" are never going to be crowd-pleasers in the manner of "Casino Queen," the élan of this band in full flight shows that the fun has been put back in Wilco, albeit in a different and more angular form. Nels Cline's guitar is especially bracing in this context, and his marriage of melodic weight and joyous dissonance fits these songs while expanding on their strengths at the same time. And the title cut thankfully proves that Wilco still can (and still does) rock on out. Kicking Television is the best sort of live album -- a recording that doesn't merely retread a band's back catalog, but puts their songs in a new perspective, and in this case these performances reveal that one great band has actually been getting better. ~ Mark Deming, All Music Guide « less… more »

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  • While this product is not natural or organic, this is a product I am looking forward to the new range of products by Purple Lab NYC (the people who brought you 'Huge Lips, Skinny Hips', lip gloss). This is definitely going to be m... While this product is not natural or organic, this is a product I am looking forward to the new range of products by Purple Lab NYC (the people who brought you 'Huge Lips, Skinny Hips', lip gloss). This is definitely going to be my first-buy -- I've been looking for a product that can do double duty for nights out. This product is an eyeliner and a mascara, and the 'ink' has a slight diamond dusting (at least that's what I can see from the images). The products are slightly on the steep side at $32.50 but this could change depending on the success of the product but I think it'll make for great presents. Purple Lab NYC has also introduced a cream blush, eyeshadow, tinted foundation and concealer. I don't think there's much variety in the colour but the company is young and they are expanding so watch this space!

  • Encompassing heavy metal, folk, pure rock & roll, and blues, Led Zeppelin's untitled fourth album is a monolithic record, defining not only Led Zeppelin but the sound and style of '70s hard rock. Expanding on the breakthroughs of ... Encompassing heavy metal, folk, pure rock & roll, and blues, Led Zeppelin's untitled fourth album is a monolithic record, defining not only Led Zeppelin but the sound and style of '70s hard rock. Expanding on the breakthroughs of III, Zeppelin fuse their majestic hard rock with a mystical, rural English folk that gives the record an epic scope. Even at its most basic -- the muscular, traditionalist "Rock and Roll" -- the album has a grand sense of drama, which is only deepened by Robert Plant's burgeoning obsession with mythology, religion, and the occult. Plant's mysticism comes to a head on the eerie folk ballad "The Battle of Evermore," a mandolin-driven song with haunting vocals from Sandy Denny, and on the epic "Stairway to Heaven." Of all of Zeppelin's songs, "Stairway to Heaven" is the most famous, and not unjustly. Building from a simple fingerpicked acoustic guitar to a storming torrent of guitar riffs and solos, it encapsulates the entire album in one song. Which, of course, isn't discounting the rest of the album. "Going to California" is the group's best folk song, and the rockers are endlessly inventive, whether it's the complex, multi-layered "Black Dog," the pounding hippie satire "Misty Mountain Hop," or the funky riffs of "Four Sticks." But the closer, "When the Levee Breaks," is the one song truly equal to "Stairway," helping give IV the feeling of an epic. An apocalyptic slice of urban blues, "When the Levee Breaks" is as forceful and frightening as Zeppelin ever got, and its seismic rhythms and layered dynamics illustrate why none of their imitators could ever equal them. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, All Music Guide « less… more »

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  • Mouthful, eh? Well them's gadgets for you. I had a dilemma. As the digital detritus of my life went on ever expanding, I had trouble finding space to keep it all in. I started buying external hard drives, only to find I needed... Mouthful, eh? Well them's gadgets for you. I had a dilemma. As the digital detritus of my life went on ever expanding, I had trouble finding space to keep it all in. I started buying external hard drives, only to find I needed to buy a new one every year or so as it ran out of space. Enter 'Storage Enclosures'. Basically, these devices are shells with power and data connections. You buy any size hard drive you want, plop it in, and volia! You now have an external hard drive. If you need more space, or your drive dies, you can just plop in any old hard drive and get back to work. I'm using mine for backup, and as my storage needs expand, I won't need to buy a whole new external system - just a drive. There are MANY external enclosures on the market, but I like this one the best. Firstly, it's real sleek - while it's ripped right off of Apple's Mac designs, it has the aluminum heft and precision to back it up. Secondly, it's pretty darn user friendly - a printed quick start guide had my drive installed and ready to go in 5 minutes. Lastly, it's full featured - with USB, Firewire 400 + 800, and eSATA, you won't have trouble connecting this to anything, and you should be pretty future-proofed for awhile. Only cons? No printed manual (the full one's on the CD). You do need to use a screwdriver to install the drive, but EVERY storage enclosure requires that. Besides, what urbanite doesn't like wielding a Philips every now and again? $39, and well worth the investment. There's a USB only one for about $10 less, but you might as well keep all your data options open.

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  • I've been finding a lot of rings that I am loving, lately. This is another addition to the ever-expanding list of items I want! For more cute rings and other jewelry see *my jewelry box*. Another recent favorite find is the Kennet... I've been finding a lot of rings that I am loving, lately. This is another addition to the ever-expanding list of items I want! For more cute rings and other jewelry see *my jewelry box*. Another recent favorite find is the Kenneth Jay Lane snake ring. YUMMY!

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  • A new addition to the ever-expanding collection of classic trend from Ralph Lauren. Carved in a small fabric tiles, widely used by the Americans, the gingham. Gently puff sleeves and a collar round are added to give an air of fant... A new addition to the ever-expanding collection of classic trend from Ralph Lauren. Carved in a small fabric tiles, widely used by the Americans, the gingham. Gently puff sleeves and a collar round are added to give an air of fantasy. The base is cut into sections of classic shirts. This piece is a new classic, a young and daring, for all wardrobes.

  • These mints are so freakin' good you'll wish you had even more! Each 3" tin contains one hundred and thirty Frosting Flavored mints that will satisfy your sweet tooth without expanding your waistline!

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  • Designer Diddo has come up with a line of designer gas masks. A somewhat cynical statement, I suppose. Of this collection, he says, “We are in a state of perpetual war–with ourselves and with the ecosystem that sustains us. In... Designer Diddo has come up with a line of designer gas masks. A somewhat cynical statement, I suppose. Of this collection, he says, “We are in a state of perpetual war–with ourselves and with the ecosystem that sustains us. In the present context, this fear stems from our extreme desire for authenticity and manifests itself in our collectively insatiable culture of consumption. Deep down, we are afraid we may never be satisfied. An expanding archive of branded myths and icons feeds this fear. Designer Gas Masks is an attempt to visualize this state of mind. Because it is only by first acknowledging and then challenging fear that we will all be able to breathe a little easier.”

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  • This is an amazing new brand that uses recycled remnant fabrics to make hand bags. They also offer pleather and leather accents on the bags. They will be expanding to home decor, jewelry etc. It's all great!

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