To the right, one of the many boyband curios offered up by the liquidation of Backstreet Boys/’NSync impresario/Federal “person of interest” Lou Pearlman’s assets: A clock made out of the single for LFO’s “Summer Girls” (you know, the “I like girls who wear Abercrombie and Fitch” song). The auction is taking place today in Orlando, Fla., or, rather, it will once the auctioneers find a place that’s big enough to handle the crowds. (Apparently, there’s a lot of demand in Florida for the gold and platinum albums, Aeron chairs, and various aircraft parts that were left behind when Pearlman went on the run months ago.) If you’re in the area, stop by–who knows, maybe you can build a business out of this lot of 500 Jordan Knight CDs.
On The Block: A Clock That Is Permanently Set To Lyte Funky Time
June 12th, 2007 // 4 Comments