You can get a CD, a T-shirt, or a singing telegram from the lead singer from the the band's online store.
You all have checked out Titus Andronicus, right? No, not the ultra-violent Shakespeare play -- though fairness where it's due, Julie Taymor's adaptation of that work is amazing and totally worth your time. The Titus Andronicus we're talking about it the Brooklyn-based, Jersey-bred rock outfit whose third full-length, Local Business, was one of the best reviewed releases of 2012. That's no surprise, as it comes on the heels of two other critically acclaimed and totally excellent albums, The Airing of Grievances and The Monitor. What is surprising is the latest piece of merchandise -- if you can call it that? -- that appeared on the band's site recently. For just $50, frontman Patrick Stickles will come to your house and sing you a song, so long as you live in New Jersey, New York, or Long Island.