They weren't quite on the level of "Our House" but the first one, "Land of the Flowers" at least captured something of the California folk-rock aesthetic. In 1995, Noah Stone released an album on World Domination Records titled Love That Smile Off Your Face. His song, "Dark & Brooding" appeared in the movie, Empire Records with Liv Tyler and Rene Zellweger. In 1999, Stone founded Artists Against Piracy and put his music on hold. AAP was a coalition of over 100 major label recording artists dedicated to promoting the value of music online. Stone later merged the organization with Don Henley's Recording Artists Coalition and acted as its Executive Director.
Stone and Henley lobbied lawmakers on behalf of recording artists and, when Henley appeared before the Senate Judiciary Committee, Stone helped craft his testimony. Eventually, Stone grew weary of helping those more fortunate than he and he has returned to what he loves best, making music. Little Revolution is Stone's new album, on which he plays all the instruments Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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