It's official: Sixpence None the Richer has become the WB's house band. Its cover of Crowded House's "Don't Dream It's Over" magically appeared on Sabrina the Teenage Witch, and the same song will soon grace the Smallville soundtrack. (With its Christian pedigree, SNTR's Seventh Heaven stint can't be far away.) When taking time away from hanging with the frog, SNTR even makes full-length records. It finished its fourth album, Divine Discontent, not long after its initial commercial breakthrough, which came thanks to the inclusion of "Kiss Me" on Dawson's Creek (also on the WB) and the demographically related She's All That. Legal shenanigans kept the disc Divine off the shelves until late last year, but for those craving jangling guitars and Leigh Nash's airy voice, the wait has finally ended. With that problem solved, it's time for SNTR to get on over to Charmed. That Phoebe Halliwell, she could probably use some religion.