Lunch Break Links: Monday, March 31, 2008

Staff Writer
Columbus Alive

This week Spinner is streaming new albums from Willie Nelson, Moby, Los Campesinos! and more.

Pitchfork has an interview with Nick Cave.

With baseball's opening day upon us, Idolator lists five songs that will get taken out at your next ballgame whether you like them or not. Trust me, folks, I'm always up for a little "This Is How We Do It."

Did you know great oddball of fire Jerry Lee Lewis is alive and still rocking?

Muxtape provides "a simple way to create and share mp3 mixtapes."

The Specials are planning a reunion tour.

More links after the jump...

AV Club counts down 18 fictional drugs. Will cheesing be on the list?

Popular Mechanics has a list of the 10 most prophetic sci-fi movies.

Slate points out Wii's fatal flaw.

Intensities ranks the celebrity GEICO commercials and points out All Music Guide's humorous problem with reviewing new music.

Wait, The Big Bang Theory is good?

Britney Spears and Kevin Federline may be working on a new variety show together.

In other tabloid-friendly news, they're openly casting roles for Paris Hilton's "reality" show?

I'll still link to any story I can find about The Wire.

U2 signed a 12-year (!) promotional deal with Live Nation. Meanwhile, tour sponsorships are all the rage.

First South Park, and now you can stream the entire Aqua Teen Hunger Force movie for free? John Ross is gonna cry tears of joy.