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Rock The Net : Musicians For Network Neutrality
Songs By Musicians Who Support An Open Internet

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Wilco, Bright Eyes, They Might Be Giants, Portastatic, Aimee Mann, Guster, Matthew Shipp, Palomar, The Wrens, DJ Spooky, BC Camplight, David Bazan, David Miller, Free Form Funky Freqs and The Calssic Brown have all donated a track to the compilation, which will be released by Thirsty Ear Recordings on Tuesday, July 29, 2008.

Net Neutrality is the principle that preserves an open Internet. It’s all about choice, freedom of expression and access to information. It’s also how many of us discover new music. But if big telecommunications and cable companies have their way, you may only be able to hear what they want you to hear.

Net neutrality is important to musicians and fans alike. Many of today’s most talented artists are demonstrating their support of an open Internet where all users can access the lawful content of their choice without undue interference.

www.thirstyear.com/rockthenet

Bright Eyes, Aimee Mann, David Bazan, The Wrens, The Classic Brown, DJ Spooky, Palomar, Guster, They Might Be Giants, Wilco, Portastic, Matthew Shipp, BC Camplight, David Miller, Free Form Funky Freqs

Track List
  1. Bright Eyes - I Won’t Ever Be Happy Again
  2. Aimee Mann - 31 Today
  3. David Bazan - Cold Beer and Cigarettes
  4. The Wrens - Sleep
  5. The Classic Brown - Modulation
  6. DJ Spooky - Uganda
  7. Palomar - Red
  8. Guster - Timothy Leary
  9. They Might Be Giants
  10. Wilco - Impossible Germany(live)
  11. Portastic - Hange Down Your Head
  12. Matthew Shipp - New Orbit
  13. BC Camplight - Soy Tonto
  14. David Miller - Sunday Driver
  15. Free Form Funky Freqs - Ties That Bind
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