Damaged Good$ Gets Recognized In URB's "Next 100" Issue

If you roll your mouse over the above embedded flash player, you'll see that, right there, in the middle of page 46 of this month's URB magazine, there's a little wrap-up on Dallas' own Damaged Good$ who made the cut in the magazine's 15th annual "Next 100" feature on up-and-coming artists who readers can expect to blow in the near future.

No surprise there--and you know we approve--but, either way, a big congratulations to Trak Bully and Coool Dundee.

Oh, and you can catch the duo performing tonight at some award show we aren't sponsoring at the Granada Theater (yawn).

You can also catch them playing at The Lounge on Elm Street next Wednesday night as they open up for Holy Fuck--which, just so happens, is also my birthday (super cool).

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