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Mettler, Mike
January 2006
Sound & Vision;Jan2006, Vol. 71 Issue 1, p17
This article interviews J.D. Fortune of the Australian band INXS. Fortune expresses views on the launching of "Pretty Vegas" as a downloadable single. The musician also talks about how they would update their blogs at MSN.com. He opines on the availability of music in cellular phones when asked about the performances of his band on Verizon cellular phones.


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