MusicRadar Daily: albums of the decade, heavy metal design, Sonic Fabric

MusicRadar daily

MusicRadar daily

Updated every weekday at 10am, MusicRadar Daily is our regular serving of the most popular features, weirdest gear, coolest blogs, hottest videos and all-round coolest music-making links from around the net, as found by the team and the MusicRadar community. Submit your links here.

MusicRadar Daily - 3 November 2009

Paste's 50 Best Albums Of The Decade

(From Stereogum via tomporter)

The exile of Satan from heavy metal design

(From Boing Boing via tomporter)

Government's internet cut-off plan 'will not help music industry'

(From NME via tomporter)

Robot plays a synth, then rips off your arms

(From Synth Gear via tomporter)

Is this the world's biggest iPod dock?

(From Geek via tomporter)

Sonic Fabric neckties

(From Ubergizmo via tomporter)

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Previously on MusicRadar Daily: U2's YouTube win, playable guitar t-shirt, Blackheart cheese cave?

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