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Coda: Lots of Peas, a few inventions, look into our iPods


Will.I.Am - more entertaining interview than performer. (Photo by Mark Gail/The Washington Post)

It was a good week for wacky interviews on Click Track. First, Will.I.Amattempted to explain the ubiquity of the Black Eyed Peas, but somehow ended up talking about how he'd never use the band's music to peddle Benson & Hedges or child porn. Later in the week Trey Songz - the inventor of sex, natch - told us some of his other favorite inventions. We also talked to Ludacris and William DuVall, new frontman for Alice in Chains. Disappointing live shows included Black Eyed Peas and Surfer Blood. We were split down the middle on whether the new LCD Soundsystem or M.I.A. album would be better. And every day we're giving you a random look into our music library with Clicky shuffle. See you in March!

By David Malitz  |  February 26, 2010; 5:55 PM ET
Categories:  Coda  
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