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Also, he points out the NY Times are finally some what with it, with an article about the current scene and heavily featuring TV on the Radio.

Um... snap. New GI Joe PSAs. Yes. Ohhhh yes.

Ryan Adams talks to Pitchfork... yeah, he contacted them. About the crappy review they gave him. Man, this guy is... Ryan Adams.

I'd also link to the interview that Pitchfork did with The Unicorns, but it was a piece of crap interview that they posted four months after the fact.

I don't usually do this, but today has some new releases worth checking out.

Ambulance Ltd. - Ambulance Ltd.
This band practically is the sound summer. Very basically, it's shoegazing mixed with a 60's pop vibe. All I can think of listening to their first EP is summer. Hopefully this is more of the same. Stream clips from their site.
Muse - Absolution
Absolution came out last year in the UK. Muse is actually huge through out all of Europe. They play huge venues. Their record is just being released here now, and good thing too: it was one of my definite favorites of last year. Also they're doing a random tour of the US, including a show at the Metro and Coachella.
The Vines - Winning Days
I haven't heard this record at all. The Vines' debut was fun, but permanently wore out it's welcome after 2 weeks straight of listening, primarily in the car. The first single "Ride" is ok... I guess. It just feels like... that The Vines are mandatory. Someone's gotta do it, right?
Weezer - Weezer (Deluxe Edition)
The B-sides on the second single are fantastic, but if you're any kind of Weezer fan (first two albums) you have all of the good ones already. ...and don't feel like shelling out over twenty bucks for it, especially to a band that currently sucks. Sucks hard.
Weezer - Video Capture Device
A DVD with all of Weezer's videos on it. A lot of the good ones are already on the Spike Jonze DVD, but maybe this is worth it for the live stuff.

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