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posted by Mark Blankenship @ 4:25 PM
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that kicks so much ass.
i just have to say it. i feel bad saying it, i loved the article, but still.i believe that Buffy the Vampire Slayer actually pioneered (and, in my opinion, mastered) the whole tapping an obscure band. if you iTunes search "buffy", you'll see what i mean.other than that, you are fabulous.
Totally, Suzy. And really, you could even argue Melrose Place as an earlier trendsetter. I remember buying that soundtrack because it had the Letters to Cleo song on it.But for the purposes of the story, I felt like "The O.C." was the most representative series for the trend of choosing hip music. It was a show that was sort of defined by Seth Cohen's musical taste. Even when I'd never seen an episode, I knew it was the show where the guy dug Death Cab. Plus, like "Scrubs," it was still on the air when the story ran, which I felt helped show that the trend was still happening.
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