Tori Amos' latest album on

by Volker Weber

toriamosaatslastfm has the whole of Tori Amos' new album available for online listening:

[via Simon]


Apparently, has leaked its user data to the RIAA.

Hanno Zulla, 2009-05-25

We will see. Arrington is most often wrong, but never in doubt.

Which user data? The data I make public anyway?

Volker Weber, 2009-05-25

I don’t understand how TechCrunch has any readership, he just seems to spout “information” from random sources without any real substantiation.

Ben Poole, 2009-05-25

How much did Google pay for Twitter? ;-)

Volker Weber, 2009-05-25

Google paid for Twitter? Did I miss something? Or paid in what way?

Mariano Kamp, 2009-05-25

Not really. That was one of the recent completely bogus stories that Arrington writes.

Volker Weber, 2009-05-25

Ah, ok, I see.

Btw. I didn't want to look totally clueless, so before I posted my question I was checking if there was an obvious breaking story on Google/Twitter that I missed.
And I just realized that for this stuff I meanwhile turn to, not

Mariano Kamp, 2009-05-25

Ben - I know you have tabloids over in the UK like we do here in the US - these thinigs have stories about alien abductions, stars sleeping with other stars, and the such. TechCrunch is the tabloid of the IT world. Arrington has loads of contacts in SV and has had a couple of jumps on stories that ended up true. That is all it takes. Sensationalism is big all over the world, not just the US. we see it even in the Lotus bubble - conflict and outrageous stories makes headlines and gets hits.

TechCrunch sent a blogger to Lotusphere this past year - and he was a very smart blogger. The fact he was an intern and didn't stick around TC speaks to his intelligence :-)

John Head, 2009-05-25

The new album is also available on Spotify (at least for UK based users).

Lutz Lademann, 2009-05-25

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