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October 24, 2008

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No offense to Miley Cyrus and Jordin Sparks, but the United States hasn't quite kept up with the British conveyor belt of young female pop stars. This year alone the United Kingdom has exported Duffy (age 24), Amy Macdonald (21), Adele (20), and Laura Marling (who, at 18, is by far the oldest soul of all). We doubt they think ... (Full article: 217 words)

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