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December 19th, 2011 By Eli Johnson | The Morning After |

Music, Movies and the Not So Mundane

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Radiohead has released “The Daily Mail” and “Staircase,” two tracks previously recorded during The King of Limbs sessions. The two songs are available through digital retailers starting today but you can stream them here to make sure you’ll dig 'em. The King of Limbs: Live From the Basement will also be released digitally on iTunes on Dec. 19 and on DVD and Blu-Ray in the States on Jan. 31.

Blu and Exile released a 15-track album under the radar. The pair who were successful with their first collaboration in the form of Below the Heavens put out a digital release called give me my flowers while i can smell them, which you can download and stream here.

A 90-year-old Hall County, Ga., woman is in jail after she refused to clean up the area around her property. Charlene Coburn has been in a 20-year battle with the Hall County Code Enforcement, first being cited in 1991 because of exposed electrical wiring around her home and the substantial damage to all three of the buildings on her property. Coburn will do 30 days in the clink.

Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows beat out Chipmunks: Chip-Wrecked at the box office, raking in an estimated $40 million over the weekend.

Daniel Craig could be James Bond for another five films. Story here.

Julien’s Auctions sold 524 items that previously furnished the late Michael Jackson’s mansion. A mirror — a goddamned mirror — sold for $18,750.

Two men in Ogden, Utah, were cited for shoplifting from a WinCo Foods store while their van outside was being burglarized. The men stole small items worth around $25 while items such as a drum machine and stereo amp valued around $60 were taken from their getaway vehicle.

Happy Birthday to Jake Gyllenhaal, Alyssa Milano, Til Schweiger, Jennerifer Beals, Richard Hammond and the late Édith Piaf.

Paul McCartney is releasing a cover album that will feature two new tracks. The untitled project will feature guest stars Diana Krall, Steve Wonder and Eric Clapton.

 
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