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    Hey, do you enjoy the Fringe theme, and the song played at the end of the show, and the other music in between?
    Then you will be happy to know that the original Fringe Soundtrack will be released in the US on March 23rd.

    It is still not known how many tracks there will be and what exactly is on it, but thanks to a little exclusive from one of the musical creators, Chris Tilton, who leaked a little info recently to me on the fringetelevision.com homepage, we know it's about 70 minutes worth of Season I music. And Chris says if people buy it then there could be a Season II soundtrack in the works.

    Use the link below to read my FT article regarding the soundtrack, and check out Chris Tilton's comments to the
    'Fringe Has Been Renewed for Season 3' post right above it.
    link to FringeTelevision.com website:
    http://www.fringetelevision.com

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    Have you read the first six Fringe comics and are looking for more?
    Well here's good news for you! Fringetelevision has posted that DC Comics division called 'Wildstorm' will be releasing an all-new, 32-page, 6-issue miniseries called 'Tales From The Fringe,' which will go on sale June 23rd for only $3.99!
    Use the link below to go to the fringetelevision.com site to learn more and to find a comic book store near you, or order through amazon.com, when available.

    TALES FROM THE FRINGE Comic Series Announced:
    http://www.fringetelevision.com

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    For those of you who have been looking for the Fringe Original Soundtrack in the US, that was supposed to have been released this past Tuesday, March 23rd.
    Please Note: The new US release date, according to amazon.com is now April 6th.

    Fringe[Soundtrack] page on amazon.com:
    http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0038EG2AW?...VHT2QR9K1RS5YQ&&

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    Wanna have some fun?
    Check out the new section from the official Fringe FOX site called "Walter's Phone." There are 4 clips of crazy phone messages, some to the Bishop's answering machine, and some from Walter to different businesses as he spreads his craziness all over the Boston area.

    In typical JJ Abrams style there are 3 Morse Code messages imbedded in the four clips. Think you know what they spell? Good luck, the code speed is wicked fast!(Took me a good 15 minutes, and I'm a licensed ham radio operator.) To view the secret code use the link below to go to the fringetelevision.com site and see the results. Have fun!
    Warning: You may want to refrain from eating and drinking while you listen!

    Walter's Phone 1: (In row 2 you'll see Walter's Phone 4. Use > to get to Walter's Phone 1. Then use < to get the other three):
    http://www.fox.com.watch/fringe

    Fringe:Walter's Phone Messages:
    http://www.fringetelevision.com/2010...ages.html#more

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    Here's a not bad review of this past Thursday's episode 2.17 by Ken Tucker of Entertainment Weekly.

    'Fringe' recap:Olivia follows the clues:
    http://watching-tv.ew.com/2010/04/09...-2-episode-17/

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    Are you into the mythology of Fringe?
    If yes you will enjoy this post-2.16 review from TV Guide Magazine written by Damian Holbrook. He talks about Olivia's cortexiphan classmates being killed off and how that subject was woven into the episode 'Olivia. In The Lab. With The Revolver.' Enjoy!

    'Who's Killing All of Walter's Former Patients?':
    http://tvguidemagazine.com/fringe/wh...ents-4634.html

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    Finally! A little press (that isn't a vid) about tonight's episode, 2.19 entitled 'Brown Betty.'

    In this article, the lucky author, Sahar, had a conference call with executive producers Jeff Pinkner(still love him) and Joel Wyman, anddescribes how this week's FOX ROCKS theme fit very easily into the making of this particular episode. NOTE: Any so-called spoilers in here are so small I don't feel pressured to put this link in the spoilers' section. But if you're a total spoiler purist, don't read this until after you see the episode!

    This is Part I of a two-part article. I'll post the link to Part II when it's up. Enjoy!

    Fringe's Executive Producers Talk About the Musical Episode:Part I:
    http://blogcritics.org/video/article...alk-about-the/

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    Hey, if you enjoy reading reviews of "Fringe" episodes check out the one I just posted on the Fringe Television website for episode 2.19 entitled "Brown Betty."

    Review of Episode 2.19 "Brown Betty":
    http://www.fringetelevision.com

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