‘Weeds’ Takes a Hit

Showtime’s “Weeds” made viewers re-evaluate everything they thought they knew about the unassuming suburban mother. With its innovative outlook on life in ticky-tacky suburbia, it was only fitting that the theme song be just as inventive. The innocent, sing-songy melody of “Little Boxes” takes on a new identity each episode, with different artists from every genre of the music world putting their own spin on the well-known tune. Now, Lionsgate and “Weeds” have compiled an assortment of these themes in its digital-only release of LITTLE BOXES DIMEBAG #1, available on June 17th. Featured artists range from Rise Against to Randy Newman to Billy Bob Thornton & the Boxmasters. This is one dimebag full of something that’s okay to get addicted to.

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