Rolling Stones
39 years of Honky Tonk Women, and more news, reviews and opinions than ever

 It's the 4th of July, and we wish we could remember why that date is significant...

Ah yes, that's it – it's 39 years since the Rolling Stones released Honky Tonk Women, not to mention 40 years since Alec Rose completed his singlehanded circumnavigation of the globe. And 60 years ago today the National Health Service was established.

And as if we weren't completely shattered from celebrating all those anniversaries, here on whathifi.com we've also managed to:

– Give you our views on the brand new Pioneer PDP-LX5090 plasma TV– Explain how Virgin Media is getting tough on file-sharers– Bring you the first official news of Onkyo's Blu-ray player– And suggest that DRM's days may be numbered

Over in the Forums we now have almost 16,000 registered users, over 60,000 threads and almost 95,000 posts to keep you talking.

More after the break

This week we've been discussing how to spend £1600, where we buy music and – ummm – golf.

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