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Styles clashing with abandon

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'Make Sure They See My Face' (Interscope)

October 23, 2007

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The increasing complexity of postmodern, pop-culture stitch-up jobs in rock music over the past decade has yielded some truly bizarre results. It's almost to the point where hearing an Ethiopian R&B crooner squawk and front like a lover-boy David Byrne over a "Sexyback" beat cut up by glittery disco guitars barely raises an eyebrow. Almost. But on "Loose Wires/Blink Radio," ... (Full article: 203 words)

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