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Monday, June 23, 2008

In the Last 24 Hours (or more) on Line Out

posted by on June 23 at 12:40 PM

Back to Black Lung: Amy Winehouse has emphysema.

Only in Dreams: All about the time I recorded a record with Weezer.

Himsa are Breaking Up: True.

Final Comment: Are we finally getting our cryptic explanation for the Crocodile’s surprise closure?

Tonight in Music: US Air Guitar, Plants and Animals, and Dysrhythmia.

“Suck an AIDS Infested Dick”: An angry RHCP fan fails at swaying my opinion.

Speaking of Failure: Jeff Kirby says “Girl Talk’s Feed the Animals fails to incite dance party.”

Sub Pop Says: So long to the Shins.

Disco Dooby: TJ Gorton loves Traks’ cover of “Long Train Running.”

Epic Fail: Entertainment Weekly tries to list the 100 best records from 1983-2008.

Let the Summer Begin: Daedelus’ “Fair Weather Friends.”

No, Really: What the fuck is this?

As always, there’s plenty more where that came from.

Now please enjoy this picture of a baby sloth.


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Your headline saying the Shins are out of Sub Pop links to another Slog page that says the same thing in sentence form with a link to the actual story. Hm...

Posted by Ziggity | June 23, 2008 1:00 PM

Hello? Chop Suey Sold? Bueller... Bueller?

Posted by Please Say You Didn't Get P0wned By Hannah Levin | June 23, 2008 1:01 PM

@2 Yeah, we got that too. A little late to the game, but with some extra info (like who it is that's buying it). Check out Line Out for the details.

Posted by Megan Seling | June 23, 2008 2:07 PM

OOOOH! Cute baby! Looks like our Mayor.

Posted by Vince | June 23, 2008 3:24 PM

Gabba gabba!

Posted by CP | June 23, 2008 4:42 PM

i love amy winehouse: she makes me feel wiser and healthier and (probably) much longer-lived than someone who is much younger and more talented than i am. it's reassuring.

Posted by ellarosa | June 23, 2008 8:19 PM

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