April 30, 2004
Shorties

"I liked the idea of doing an L.A. album," James said. "We were thinking about Phil Spector and the 5th Dimension and The Doors," Sammy James, Jr., on his band, The Mooney Suzuki joining up with The Matrix for their new album, Alive & Amplified.

"There's nothing really much to do in Sweden except to play music and work in factories," Division of Laura Lee bassist and singer Jonas Gustavsson tells the Las Vegas Mercury after his trip to Wal-Mart.

MSNBC publishes an online excerpt from the Alice Sebold novel The Lovely Bones, now in paperback.

Captain Underpants and Walter the Farting Dog make "poop fiction" popular among young children, according to the Associated Press.

Drive-By Truckers are on the cover of the new Fader, which also includes a picture of the band in front of Muscle Shoals' famed Fame recording studio.

Goodbye, listen-to.com... the free music tracking service is shutting down in June, leaving Audioscrobbler as the only alternative for cross-platform users like me.

Billboard reviews the Patterson Hood (of Drive-By Truckers) solo record that will finally be released next week, Killers & Stars.

Posted by david on April 30, 2004
Comments

those books are derivative of the japanese "everyone poops" and "the gas we pass".

seriously.

Posted by: mike on April 30, 2004 01:38 PM

I admit to reading "Everybody Poops." We even gave a copy to my youngest niece a couple of years ago.

Posted by: david on April 30, 2004 03:16 PM

i think there is even a booger book too.
japan is so cool.

Posted by: mike on April 30, 2004 05:22 PM
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