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Dreamy flight music from electronic duo, the Dead Texan.
A lush video accompanies the dreamy tune by this San Francisco band.
A compilation of some of the past week's best videos, brought to you by the Download.com Video team. This week brings computer nerds, "Band Camp" bimbos, and Diddy's scandalous smell.
1.) "Why We Fight" trailer
2.) Super Monkey Ball Touch & Roll Official Trailer
3.) "Doogal" trailer
4.) Tour of the "American Pie: Bandcamp" set
5.) Singing man
6.) Bobby Bare: "Are You Sincere?"
7.) Download.com's Macworld recap
8.) William Shatner: "Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds"
9.) P. Diddy's ad pulled
10.) Hurra Torpedo: "Total Eclipse of the Heart"
11.) Coming soon
12.) Stephen Malkmus: "Baby C'mon"
13.) "Hard Candy" trailer
14.) SNL: "Nick Burns: Your Company's Computer Guy"
15.) "Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room" trailer
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This is a sincere and honest tribute to the people of India. The essence and magic of this great country is captured in a soul-stirring combination of pictures and music.
There are rumors that Amazon wants to acquire Netflix, Microsoft Office is going online to take on Google Docs, and new software will make you smile more sincerely on the job.
Although it looks downright dreamy on the outside, the Samsung LN-S4051D's image quality has a hard time keeping up with the best flat panels'.
"Art School Confidential" follows a talented young artist Jerome Platz (Max Minghella) as he escapes from high school to a tiny East Coast art school. Here the boyish freshman's ambition is to become the world's greatest artist, like his hero Picasso. Unfortunately, the beauty and craft of Jerome's portraiture are not appreciated in an anything-goes art class that he finds bewildering and bogus. Neither his harsh judgments of his classmates' efforts or his later attempts to create pseudo-art of his own win him any admirers. But Jerome does attract the attentions of his dream girl ? the stunning and sophisticated Audrey (Sophia Myles) ? an artist's model and daughter of a celebrated artist. Rejecting the affectations of the local art scene, Audrey is drawn to Jerome's sincerity. When Audrey shifts her attentions to Jonah (Matt Keeslar), a hunky painter who becomes the school's latest art star, Jerome is heartbroken. Desperate, he concocts a risky plan to make a name for himself and win her back. Filling out Jerome's world are a host of offbeat characters, including: a quirky art teacher (John Malkovich) who takes an extra-curricular interest in Jerome; a failed artist (Jim Broadbent), drowning in alcohol and self-pity; a regal art history professor (Anjelica Huston) Jerome tries to influence; a coffee shop owner-cum-art impresario (Steve Buscemi) swelling with self-importance; a worldly classmate (Joel David Moore), who introduces Jerome in the intricate mores of campus life; and Jerome's filmmaker roommate (Ethan Suplee), exploding with energy to create a cinematic masterpiece.
A wise woman relates a legend from the Old World. Gary feels it.
This album is a departure from the obscured blur of stained glass r?ve to a more self-exploitive memoir. Parts are dreamy and parts are savage, but, as with an opera where death represents a secret heaven, the whole record feels like a black diamond in th