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Check out this buncha cool links!
Mike's little hand None For You Dear
MK/BFD pal Rich Pike's eclectic journal of 21st century life, featuring contributions by Mikey, Bryan Beller and a pile of other fine scribes. http://www.noneforyoudear.com
Mike's little hand Steve Vai
The website of the magnificent Mr. Vai (in whose band Mike surely enjoys residing) is a treasure trove of VaInformation. Bonus: it's produced by Keneally chum Rich Pike! http://www.vai.com
Mike's little hand Joe Travers
How cool can one drummer be? http://www.joetravers.com
Mike's little hand Henry Kaiser
Prolific genius, collaborator and fellow Mistake. His site is deftly maintained by Michael Piper. http://www.henrykaiser.net
Mike's little hand Radiohead
The official Radiohead site. An experience. Pump up your clicking finger. http://www.radiohead.com
Mike's little hand Kevin Gilbert
The official Kevin Gilbert site, including info for ordering his posthumous masterpiece, "The Shaming of the True." http://www.kevingilbert.com
Mike's little hand Thana Harris
You gotta know this lady. http://www.thanaharris.com
Mike's little hand Planet Telex
Amazing unofficial Radiohead site, with complete lyrics, a guide to the maddening labyrinth of Radiohead CD singles and EPs with all non-album tracks lovingly detailed, links to many other Radiohead sites etc. Beautifully designed and a great deal more informative than the official site, for those who like information. http://www.underworld.net/radiohead/
Mike's little hand Clutch Cargo Jr.'s Cartoon-O-Rama
Good jumping off point for info about Beany and Cecil, Alvin and the Chipmunks, various Rankin/Bass productions, Milton the Monster, Hoppity Hooper and any number of other animated personages who exerted an undue influence on the pre-teen version of yours truly. http://www.geocities.com/Hollywood/Hills/1548/
Mike's little hand The Artist Formerly Known As Todd Rundgren
Todd has forsaken traditional methods of music marketing and plans to sell his music solely via the Web from this moment on, apparently. Here you can find out how to subscribe to his resurrection, and read some of his favorite aphorisms, with three-chord synth accompaniment, in "Thoughtspace". http://www.tr-i.com
Mike's little hand Negativworldwidewebland
The official site of my beloved Negativland. Lots to read and to order. http://www.negativland.com/
Mike's little hand Coen Brothers Sites
There's a nice interview with the boys at http://www.filmzone.com/Interviews/coens.html. And a fairly unastonishing unofficial site is found at http://www.geocities.com/Hollywood/7042/. It's maintained by an 18-year-old fan. Not amazing, but give a guy credit for trying.
Mike's little hand They Might Be Giants
Their official site is at http://www.tmbg.com/. My favorite bit is John Linnell's essay "An Airplane Is A Bus With Wings", which is found at http://www.tmbg.com/fidelity/letter_bus_wings.html, but for people desperate to do anagrams who may have been depressed when we closed down the Keneally anagram page to further submissions, there is a They Might Be Giants anagram page (impressively entitled "The Big Steamy Thing") which seems to still be in an accepting mode. It is at http://www.tmbg.com/quantity/anagram_tmbg.html.
Mike's little hand The Frank Zappa 1988 Tour Project
Pat Buzby's superb text-only study of the 1988 tour, with complete setlists and exhaustive album source information, utilising much data from Den Simms' classic "Project Documentation". http://www.surfnetcorp.com/pbuzby/fz88.htm
Mike's little handMike's little hand South Park Sites
There's a million of 'em. You'll find an intelligently annotated list of links at http://www.ews.uiuc.edu/~tskirvin/southpark/. The official Comedy Central South Park page is at http://www.comcentral.com/ and it's very cool, but special mention should be given to http://www.ews.uiuc.edu/~tskirvin/soxmas/ where you can download the infamous "Spirit Of Christmas".
Mike's little hand Space Ghost Coast To Coast Episode Guide
I'm pretty sure that this is the funniest TV show of all time, and it almost defies comprehension that an official website could be this good...this page is not merely the complete list of all episodes thus far, you can also click on each episode title and get A COMPLETE TRANSCRIPT of that episode, transcribed and annotated incredibly lovingly, with complete credits as well. A stunner, a five-star Keneally award winner for sure. At the top of the page are more links to other rewarding Space Ghost stuff, but this page is the gem in the crown: http://www.concentric.net/~mdclarke/sg/newguests-fm.html. Also check out Zorak's notebook at http://www.ghostplanet.com/. And the ultra-deserving Brak has a page devoted to him at http://www.geocities.com/Tokyo/4011/brak.html

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