Yesterday, the music bloggerati were all abuzz about the new Wilco album, Wilco (The Album), streaming in its entirety at the Wilcoweb, and while I find it a definite improvement over their last effort, the painfully sedate, Sky Blue Sky, that’s not really why I’m writing tonight. Instead, I’d like to send you over to NPR, where the Danger Mouse/Sparklehorse/David Lynch multimedia collaboration, Dark Night of the Soul, is now streaming in its entirety. It features contributions from a veritable who’s who of underground royalty with the likes the Flaming Lips, Julain Casablancas of The Strokes, James Mercer of The Shins, Frank Black, Iggy Pop, Suzanne Vega, Gruff Rhys of Super Furry Animals, Jason Lytle, and Vic Chestnutt all taking turns on lead vocals. Strangely, while this album sounds like a dream come true for indie music fans (NPR’s Robin Hilton, included) the disc itself may never see light of day. Due to legal issues with EMI, the only products available for order are a poster and a blank cdr, or the book and a blank cdr. Not that I’m one to advocate music piracy, but I have a suspicion if you look in the places you normally look for pirated material, you’ll be able to find the right audio for your blank cd.