I rocked with a zombie

Was, David
March 1996
Entertainment Weekly;3/29/96, Issue 320, p62
Remarks that contrary to custom and logic, nearly everyone cool or consequential in the rock world vied to be on `Songs in the Key of X,' the soundtrack to the television program `The X-Files.' Various artists including the Foo Fighters, Rob Zombie, Sheryl Crow and others; Musicians who admit to being fans of the show including Tom Petty and Elvis Costello.


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