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Tuesday, March 4, 2008

In the Last 24 Hours on Line Out

posted by on March 4 at 13:14 PM

Eddie Van Halen: He’s undergoing secret medical treatment.

Today’s Music News: More information on all the stories you’re probably tired of hearing about (including Vampire Weekend, American Idol, and corupt boy band promoters—Lou Pearlman might go to jail!).

Coco Coca: An interview with this week’s Band of the Week.

New Presidents Video: Directed by Weird Al! (Seriously!)

Tonight in Music: Taken by Trees, British Sea Power, Panther, and the Gutter Twins.

Crystal Castles Cancels: Due to injury.

“Don’t Smoke”: Jeff Kirby loves this (sort of) new Phil Everum song.

Face to Face Broke Up: But now they’re playing shows again. Although, none in Seattle. Yet.

A Conversation in a Song: “What?” “Oo-oo-oo wee.”

The Best Six Minutes of the Weekend: More love for the Pleasureboaters. (Followed by a debate of whether or not they sound like Chinese Stars.)

Ah, Memories: Casey Catherwood’s guilty pleasure is Everclear’s “Father of Mine.”

From Start to Finish: The new trend of bands playing entire albums in concert.

Your Random MP3 of the Day: The Collective Conscience. Listen and let us know what you think.

Darkness into Light: The new remixes of Johan Agebjörn and Sally Shapiro’s “Spacer Woman From Mars” make Terry Miller all emotional.

Neon Neon: Their new album is a concept record about car-maker John DeLorean. That’s awesome.

Charlie Discovers Radiohead: Read the review written by Line Out’s favorite 14-year-old.

Joose: The energy drink for juggalos, meth heads, and the otherwise unemployable.


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secret medical treatment = coke/smack addiction.

Posted by scary tyler moore | March 4, 2008 1:59 PM

I was hoping to see some commentary from the Stranger on that video that has been circulating the web since yesterday of the US Marine tossing a bound puppy over a cliff for his own amusement (it is on YouTube). Word is that he is from Monroe... Just wondering if any local media outlets would pick up on the story. It made me sick to my stomach.

Posted by owen | March 4, 2008 2:03 PM
Posted by yourtaxdollarsatwork | March 4, 2008 2:23 PM

Thank you for not making that photo filickr shot of the day. It is awful.
Thank you.

Posted by Biggie J | March 4, 2008 3:20 PM

@2: According to the Digg posting, the Marine was/is from Monroe, WA. Commentors had also put up links to his myspace, bebo, and his home address and phone number. Though I'm sure they're now down.

Of all the videos of fucked-up shit that's happened in Iraq, it's sad that this one get the big outrage, but it's also understandable.

Posted by Jessica | March 4, 2008 4:07 PM

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