I will have to say that I am happy about this news. It seems that George Harrison recorded one final album before he died last Thursday. Not just any old album either. He knew it was his last so he made a 25-song homage to his career in music. I'm looking forward to this one. One of the songs is all about living life with cancer. Another song was performed by him and his son Danhi (I assume it's pronounced like "Danny"). The only thing that I'm kinda worried about is whether critics are going to be overly nice to it because this is his last album or will they go all out and criticize it because he's not around to defend it? I'm not sure how it's gonna go. It just doesn't seem like the sort of situation where critics will treat this just like any old album they would review. Think about it, this is an album by a former Beatle. But, I'll buy it regardless. How often do I listen to critics anyway? The only critic that truly affects my decision is... well... me. After all, aren't each of us the best person to say what it is we like and dislike? Professional critics can bite me. We should all be paid what they earn to watch movies and listen to albums. Ahhh, to live life like Roger Ebert (sans the outward appearance, of course).