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Thursday, 05/08/03

The New Pornographers' second album is out, and the irresistable single, "The Laws Have Changed" has been getting just enough KEXP airplay to embed itself in my brainstem. Mint Records, their Canadian home label, put out a high quality MP3 of "Laws". It's the kind of pop song that would rule the earth if we could figure out how to hurl Clear Channel and everyone age 9-14 into a volcano.

In any event, your mission for today is to think good thoughts about little record labels, though I was immensely pleased to belatedly read in the Monitor yesterday that as a group, they're doing very well all by themselves. 10:09AM «


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