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Lil Wayne's hard time gets harder; Pavement's career in review; NPR streams Belle & Sebastian


Pavement, the best band of the '90s that wasn't Nirvana

By Aaron Leitko

-Lil Wayne is in trouble at prison after getting caught with headphones and a charger for a digital music player. Now the Grammy-winning rapper will have to spend the last two months of his sentence going solo--confined to a cell 23 hours a day with no TV and only one phone call per week.

-A few South American dates aside, Pavement's reunion tour is pretty much over. Now they belong to the ages, again. The New Yorker weighs in on the band's legacy.

-NPR is streaming Write About Love, the new record by Scottish chamber-pop band Belle & Sebastian.

By Aaron Leitko  | October 5, 2010; 8:33 AM ET
Categories:  Morning click  | Tags:  Belle & Sebastian, Lil Wayne, Pavement  
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