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    Wednesday, June 24, 2009

    Semisonic Interview on The Time Machine

    Internet rumours are floating around cyberspace about the possibility of a new album coming out from the band Semisonic by the year 2012. The Time Machine Crew thought that it would fun to share the group's interview when their last album "All About Chemistry" was released. Semisonic's John Munson, Jacob Slichter and Dan Wilson discuss trombones, Hawaiian slack-key and Carole King.

    Also featured on this afternoon FM broadcast, just before a Maui sunset, includes music from The Corrs, George Harrison, Alice Cooper, Britney Spears, Binocular, Brian Setzer Orchestra and a live duet from Randy Newman and Susanna Hoffs performing "A Fool In Love".

    Click here to listen or download the radio aircheck for Semisonic on The Time Machine

    Official Website for Semisonic

    Official Website for Random House featuring Jacob Slichter's book "So You Wanna Be a Rock & Roll Star: How I Machine-Gunned a Roomful Of Record Executives and Other True Tales from a Drummer's Life"

    Official Website for Dan Wilson

    Dan Wilson on MySpace Music

    Official Website for The New Standards featuring John Munson, Chan Poling (founder of The Suburbs) and Steve Roehm from Billygoat and Electropolis

    John Munson on MySpace Music

    Susanna Hoffs on MySpace Music

    Official Website for Randy Newman

    Official Website for George Harrison

    Official Website for Brian Setzer

    Official Website for Alice Cooper

    Official Website for The Corrs

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