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The Last Roundup: New Wilco LP, Tori Amos, G.I. Joe Junkies, D Rose and More

Once again Rocks Off has been scanning Houston's music-oriented blogs so you don't have to. But go ahead and do it anyway.

Breakfast On Tour has a link to stream the new Wilco album, conveniently called Wilco (The Album) and due June 30.

Like Rocks Off often does, Dryvetyme Onlyne has been thinking a lot about why people our age are so hung up on attracted to classic rock, specifically in the context of the hair-farming new The Lonely H album.

Show List H/Town is searchable. Mostly we just like that it's there.

Indiehouston.org has a nice video, by local animator Donny Hall, of some G.I. Joe dolls huffing a bunch of blow.

Houstonhiphop.com gives some love to D Rose's new video "Beautiful World." Reminds us of Tribe Called Quest a little bit.

Lords of the Loop found one of the ugliest babies we've ever seen.

Houston Music Examiner David Sadof found Tori Amos - who hits Dallas and Austin, but not Houston, this summer behind new album Abnormally Attracted to Sin  - in a Kellogg's cereal commercial many, many years before she recorded "Cornflake Girl."

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Chris Gray has been Music Editor for the Houston Press since 2008. He is the proud father of a Beatles-loving toddler named Oliver.
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