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First Live Earth Impressions: The CD Is Going To Sell Millions

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We may be looking at one of the greatest CD collections of all time. If the Live Earth concert organizers do in fact move to sell the experience on CD (as well as DVD), we’re going to have an amazing piece of music on our hands. I’ve only been listening to some of the Sydney and London concerts, but damn — this is some excellent musical history. What do you think?

Anyways, I’m digging how much people are being exposed to various green PSAs in-between the sets. I’m also impressed by the celebrities coming out on stage and talking to the crowds for an extended period of time about certain topics. The crowds seem rather interested in what people are saying and the mood is upbeat and powerful. Damn. Good Stuff. Can’t wait for New York to kick off later on this afternoon.

So c’mon — let me know what your first impressions are! I’m typing this while listening to Kasabian play in London and can’t think of a better soundtrack for the moment.  I’ll see you at Jersey!

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