Until footage of the Croc Doctor getting impaled on a stingray hits YouTube, we've dug up the hottest track on the internerd. In case you've been living under a rock, here's the deal: British performance/graffiti/culturejam artist Banksy snuck 500 copies of a doctored Paris Hilton album into UK stores disguised as the actual album. If he'd done this in the US, the RIAA would have CIA agents ass-fucking him at Quantanamo by now. But because he did it in England, everyone's like, "Oh, quite clever, good show, well played." There's a couple copies going for upwards of $700 on eBay, mainly for the artwork, which is priceless (see above). It's possible you could hit Banksy up for one at his warehouse party in LA next weekend, or you could just do what we do: lurk on messageboards and wait for someone to post it. Advance warning: the audio track -- rumored in some quarters to have been composed by Danger Mouse, which totally does not appear to be the case if this is indeed the correct track -- is basically a 40-minute sampler of The Simple Life quotes strung together over one Samhain-like riff and a not unpleasant disco beat. That's hot?
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