SOULCRACKER is on the air at WMMS 100.7 FM. Ramsey mentions that the radio crew is "your stereotypical crazy morning crew." He couldn't be more right. I get so annoyed by those "radio personalities." Ugh. Sutton mentions that they are playing at the Blind Lemon on Thursday, and the song they are about to play is about "when I left my first wife the first time." All righty. Sutton starts spewing about all these shenanigans with his ex-wife and some conversation he had with his father about integrity, and how if he had any, he would see the marriage through. He didn't. And he didn't. Whatever. So they play the song acoustic over the air, and it doesn't sound that good. But they're happy because they got a "hefty chunk of air time." This is true.
FLICKERSTICK in the morning. As usual, beer cans are strewn everywhere. All are sleeping. It's 9:00 am. At noon, they rise. Rex: "Of course we're lazy. Isn't that why you join a rock band? So you don't have to go to a nine-to-five job?" All right, Rex. You win this time. "I wanna work, like, an hour. An hour a week." Heh. El Dangeroso has earned himself some minor redemption. Fletcher finds out that SOULCRACKER got an hour of air time this morning. He seems pissed.
Over at the HARLOW camp, we're meeting Kevin, who is HARLOW's Virgin Records contact. He tells them they should try to get an interview at WMMS, where SOULCRACKER had their slot that morning. Rebecca starts making calls. "Flattery gets you everywhere. If you call someone up and say 'I heard you're the number one rock and roll guy in town' they'll say 'yeah, well, I think I can help you out.'" She's right, you know. But it only works when girls do it. Guys just look like kiss-asses when we do that crap. Becky continues to work the phones as we travel to…
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, where SOULCRACKER is checkin' what da dilly, yo. They take a tour, which Bob calls "inspiring." They have the glasses John Lennon was wearing when he got shot. That's pretty cool. They play for about fifteen people for about twenty minutes, but they still seem pretty happy about the whole thing. Bob: "We're telling people to come back to our hotel room. We're gonna celebrate." Watch out, now. Not.
DODES is on the way to a free show they're playing at the Hard Rock Café. There is some misunderstanding about directions, someone honks and Daryl flips them off, and then they get into an accident. Nice. One. Daryl. Way. To. Go. Not. I'll bet you're gonna try to blame someone else for this, too. You suck, Daryl.