Bad News is a fish-out-of-water comedy that centers on a hard-hitting and well-respected NYC news anchor who, after being fired, is forced to take a job as a human interest reporter at a fifth-rate news station in small-town Nebraska.
Status: In Development
Runtime: 30 minutes
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Good News for People Who Love Bad News is the fourth studio album by American rock band Modest Mouse, released on April 6, 2004 by Epic Records. Jeremiah Green, who played drums on all other Modest Mouse releases, did not perform on this album due to his temporary absence from the band. The album was released on both CD and 180 gram vinyl, and was rereleased on DualDisc on October 11, 2005. The first two singles from the album were “Float On” and “Ocean Breathes Salty,” both of which debuted on American radio stations in the first half of 2004. The vinyl and DualDisc editions of the album also contain the B-side “I've Got It All (Most)”. On the vinyl edition, the track is placed at the end of the album. On the DualDisc edition, it is placed between “Bury Me With It” and “Dance Hall”. The song “Bukowski” is dedicated to the late poet Charles Bukowski. The song “The Good Times Are Killing Me” was originally going to be released as the normal mix, but instead they added the one mixed by The Flaming Lips. The Dirty Dozen Brass Band appear also on tracks 1 (“Horn Intro”) and 9 (“This Devil's Workday”) or 10 on the Dualdisc edition. A video for “The World at Large” was also on the dualdisc. It is called “Stiff Animal Fantasy”. It was Planet Sound's
1 Album of 2004. It was also nominated for a Grammy in 2005 for Best
Alternative Album. The album was certified Platinum by the RIAA in August 2004. As of March 19, 2007, it had sold 1,509,675 copies in the United States. The album's title comes from a line in the song “Bury Me with It”.
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