Monsters and Angels no longer exist.
"Monsters and Angels" is the greatest pop song you've never heard. It compares favorably to the biggest hits by its obvious inspirations, the B-52's and the Supremes. A cover of this forgotten ditty from 1991 would be a guaranteed hit by the likes of Kelly Clarkson or Hillary Duff. I expect credit in your liner notes, ladies.
I'm in a Napster-induced frenzy. The notorious company's brand new advertising-based model is very compelling. In the past 24 hours, I've listened to Steve Wonder's Hotter Than July (I never owned it and now I know I don't need it), all the bonus tracks from the new Mott the Hoople reissues (I probably won't replace my vinyl) and the new releases from Fort Minor, Built To Spill, Mobb Deep, Tom Ze and k.d. lang. And it was all free. Poor fidelity is the only downside. If I wasn't a compulsive collector, I'd sign up for the better-sounding pay version of the site immediately.