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Dolby ready to blind San Jose with science

Colin Holland
3/19/2012 02:53 PM EDT

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re: Dolby ready to blind San Jose with science
Wnderer   3/20/2012 5:11:42 PM
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I would be curious to know Thomas Dolby's opinion on Neil Young's complaints about digital music.

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