Monday, October 3, 2005


Tons of power pop stars and other well known names have come together to do a pretty cool satire song about Halloween in an effort to raise money for UNICEF. The song features the likes of Sloan, Beck, Sum 41, Sonic Youth, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Postal Service, and many more including funny guy David Cross.

The whole thing is produced by Steven McDonald of Redd Kross (kind of a Redd Kross theme lately on my part. Seeing them live finally would be nice.) It's kinda fun to try to identify the people in the song. Certainly worth the listen. Check it out! It'll be in stores on October 11th on CD single and 12" vinyl!

1 comment:

  1. Funny stuff! Not surprised to see that Chris Murphy was the Sloan member that contributed. And damn if Karen O doesn't sound like the second coming of Chrissy Hynde (that's a good thing-a very good thing).