Westerberg Offers Album's Worth Of Tune For 49 Cents
July 21, 2008 at 3:06 PM (PT)
Indie rock artist PAUL WESTERBERG is offering fans a batch of new songs online for just 49 cents. All of the songs are loaded into one 44-minute mp3 file, so fans can get it all at that low price. Cover art and liner notes for the collection, entitled, "49," are also available by download through amazon.com.
The singer/guitarist and chief songwriter of THE REPLACEMENTS, WESTERBERG's offering features a bevy of new songs as well as a mash-up of eclectic covers, including THE PARTIDGE FAMILY's "I Think I Love You," THE BEATLES' "Hello, Goodbye," STEPPENWOLF's "Born To Be Wild," SIMON & GARFUNKEL's "I Am a Rock" and ELTON JOHN's "Rocket Man."
The release comes amidst rumors that WESTERBERG and the other surviving members of the 'MATS are considering a reunion of sorts.
You can access the new music here.