Thursday, May 27, 2010

Tracklist: Robert Johnson real slowhand

Posted By on Thu, May 27, 2010 at 4:29 PM

click to enlarge Nice Beamer: There it is, okay? See it? Now stare at it. Keep going. Don't worry, I'll tell you when you can stop.
  • Nice Beamer: There it is, okay? See it? Now stare at it. Keep going. Don't worry, I'll tell you when you can stop.

BREAKING: Blanket Jackson signature a fake! or something! YOU'VE BEEN HIT BY, YOU'VE BEEN STRUCK BY, YOU KNOW THE REST.

>> Arcade Fire announce new album, The Suburbs. The Arcade Fire are a good band, but for some reason (their lyrical history, perhaps) all I can think of looking at that cover, with that title, is Revolutionary Road and how much I want to murder that movie. So, hopefully, The Suburbs is nothing like that!

>> The Architecture of FearDavid Byrne shares his thoughts and observations on his recent visit to ATL.

>> The Whigs (!) go unplugged for Spin magazine.

>> Robert Johnson's music was recorded at the wrong speed. WHOOPS! Someone is so totally getting dug up from their grave, brought into the boss's office and fired for this one.

>> A.V. Club talks to Ben Bridwell (Band of Horses) about Phil Ek, album art, and, of course, Exile On Main Street.

>> Johnny Rotten's still got it! And by it, I mean he still knows how to be a drunk ass.

>> Mariah Carey is pregnant. or going to rehab. or has the flu. or something else. They just don't know, but they have to run something.

>> Willie Nelson got a haircut, FUELING PREGANACY RUMORS.

>> The worse of two singers won a televised karaoke contest last night.

>> Jamiroquai dude leaves BEEP filled voicemail.

>> Interpol 40 Watt  gig cancelled.

>> Local H gig shows up online.

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