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Archive for January, 2008

‘Harold & Maude’ Deluxe OST released

Posted by dancehallhips on January 29, 2008

From Light in the Attic:

Vinyl Films Records has just release the Holy Grail of unreleased soundtracks, Harold and Maude! Thirty-six years after its initial release, every one of Cat Stevens’ masterful songs from the film are compiled in one incredible package. In addition to such classics as “Miles From Nowhere”, “Where Do The Children Play?” and “Trouble”, the album includes the two songs written specifically for Harold and Maude, “If You Want To Sing Out, Sing Out” and “Don’t Be Shy”, along with alternate versions of both Harold and Maude tracks.

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Seattle Times: Chris Walla Interview

Posted by dancehallhips on January 29, 2008

Today, The Seattle Times did a little piece on good ol’ Death Cabbie, Chris Walla, including a few pictures from the very talented Autumn de Wilde:

“I love the relationship our band has, and I don’t have a desire to be the singer in the band — I think we would have broken up if that was the case…That’s what solo records are for”
-Chris Walla

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I Said Oh-No-No: 2008 Grammy Nominations

Posted by dancehallhips on January 29, 2008

The 2008 Grammy nominations have been announced, and to say the least, what the hell?

Amy Winehouse – Record/Song/Album of the Year, etc?! She has drugs and Mark Ronson to thank.

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