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A.M. Music News: Amazon Jumps the Gun, Kings of Leon Jump the Shark, and Colin Meloy Gets Creepy

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Amazon doesn't want you to miss The Dutchess & the Duke's new album, Sunset/Sunrise.

-- Sound on the Sound points out that it is indeed WAY too early for year-end lists, but it was classy of Amazon to recognize locals Throw Me the Statue, Brandi Carlile, Dutchess and the Duke, and a bunch of others.

-- Three Imaginary Girls ask, "Are you a Bleach fan or into In Utero?"

-- KEXP's got a free mp3 of The Heavy's "How You Like Me Now"

-- NME reports that Kings of Leon are launching their own clothing line, which will be sold exclusively at a shop called Paris Texas, which, appropriately enough, is in Copenhagen. Consider that shark jumped.

-- LiveDaily tells us that Weezer, on the other hand, is releasing an official band snuggie. For $30 you can get it with the new album, Raditude. Officially filed in the "Shockingly Predictable" bin.

-- Pitchfork notes that The Decemberists' Colin Meloy and his wife have written/illustrated a children's book. Insert punchline ______.

-- Stereogum's got a bunch of pics of DEVO and Reggie Watts in L.A. Check 'em out before the tour hits The Moore on Sunday.

 
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