Though he's been out of state for a while now, Danger Mouse has kept his Georgia roots well um, watered? Sure, that works. The prolific producer's newest project has been long in the works, but the collaboration between him and ecstatic songcrafter Mark Linkous Sparklehorse to the rest of y'all seems to be in a bit of limbo.
On the same day that NPR posted a stream of the collaborative album Dark Night of the Soul, Billboard.com reported that the release has been presently abandoned? Things look a little muddy, though, as the site for Dark Night of the Soul still exists, and the album remains somewhat for sale. Here's the thing: you're still able to purchase the album and its accompanying book of 100+ photos by David Lynch, and it'll come complete with a poster and all the artwork, but it'll lack one thing the music.
Per the site:
"Due to an ongoing dispute with EMI, Danger Mouse is unable to include music on the CD without fear of legal entanglement. Therefore, he has included a blank CD-R as an artifact to use however you see fit."
There's not mention, naturally, of the fact that the music leaked in early May, and is readily downloadable. So, y'know
The Sparklehorse album Dreamt for Light Years in the Belly of a Mountain saw the first collaboration between Linkous and Danger Mouse, and the mish-mash and cooperative nature continues; Athens artists like Heather McIntosh, Scott Spillane and Vic Chesnutt show up alongside Iggy Pop, Frank Black, Julian Casablancas and Nina Persson, among others.
come on man you know you got a bromance. you probably still rock that OutKast…
Yes, 14 is the correct answer. I'll pass your info along to the group's manager,…
That was January of 2007, and they are 21 now, so I'm guessing 14?
WWW you trying to date big boi? Sounds like you got a lil bromance bruh