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.ng–section1 { font–size: small; border–bottom: 1px solid #C5C5C5; width: 70%; font–weight: bold; padding: 1em 0 0em 2em; } .ng–section2 { font–size: xx–small; padding: 0 0 2em 3em; } ––> It's Sunday, February 10th, 2008. Congratulations go out to our friend Jordan Baker of and his wife Barbara on the birth of their son Andrew Louis Baker this past Saturday. Everyone here at the `Org wishes the new family all the best.

Welcome to Navel Gazing, your look back at this week in Punknews. The People Must Have Something Good To Read On A Sunday This week's most popular stories Ska luminaries the Slackers return this April with a new full length, their first for the Pietasters founded Indication label. Sweden's Millencolin has a new full length on the way titled Machine 15, we saw were provided with a track listing and release dates this week. Decaydance Records has added Four Year Strong to their roster. On the touring front we had details on the Smartpunk stage at Warped which will feature acts like Set Your Goals, the Higher and the Human Abstract. The UK's Download Festival will feature bands like Rise Against, Motorhead and headliners the Offspring. Bad Religion has expanded their residency in California and Nevada and we had new announcements from the Bouncing Souls (dates), Whole Wheat Bread's tour with Authority Zero (dates) and the Weakerthans (dates).

This week saw the breakup of both Folly (1997–2008) and the Format (2003–2008). The Loved Ones are streaming their new full length Build & Burn. New music also arrived from Anti–Flag with the song "Good and Ready." On the video front we saw Dillinger Escape Plan perform "Black Bubblegum" on Conan and Teenage Bottlerocket's clip of "In The Basement." MTV (remember them) also announced that they'll feature punk legends Bad Brains on their 52/52 Campaign.

This week ended with news of a tragedy at a metal concert in Indonesia. Our deepest condolences to the friends and family of the deceased. I Can't Control My Fingers I Can't Control My Brain New feature content, weekly columns and exclusives The twenty seventh edition of Vinyl File featured an interview with Andy Nelson of Paint it Black. This week also saw a return of our Editors Picks feature with recommendations for Kate Nash and Social Circkle.

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Streaming music

Check the Punknews Music page to stream all sorts of anticipated new music including three upcoming 7" releases from Toronto power-pop act Marvelous Darlings, featuring Ben Cook of Fucked Up and No Warning, and the new full length Get Better by Lemuria.

It's Funny, I Don't Feel Like a Winner

This Is Hell: "Misfortunes"
In February, This Is Hell will be releasing their highly anticipated new full length for Trustkill. How anticipated? Well, Brian loves them and he's a hard guy to impress. The record is titled Misfortunes and is due out February 19, 2008. To win a copy of the album you can visit this page and get your name in the running.

Win an Asus Eee PC from Enter Shikari
Heard of those Asus Eee PCs? They're these little laptops that run Linux and weigh about as much as a hardcover book. They're pretty popular right now, and so when Enter Shikari offered one to give away to one of you, we figured it'd be something worth checking out. Want to win one yourself? Then visit this page.

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Your trusty Punknews staffers and reviewers have all sorts of projects on the go, everything from poorly spelled and oft neglected blogs to big official world domination schemes. Make sure to check out editor and videographer Chris Moran collection of recordings online at Vimeo, editor Justin August's blog Kinder Words, editor Adam White's blog 2:59, and editor Jesse Raub's webzine Bitter Press.

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