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Pixies, Nine Inch Nails and Replacements make 2013 feel like 1989

Posted by Adam 12  June 28, 2013 12:54 PM

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It's 2013 and Nine Inch Nails just released a new video, directed by David Lynch.

Remember a few weeks ago, when Kim deal announced she was leaving the Pixies? It prompted this tweet from our own Adam 12:

It also prompted the band to release their first new song in almost a decade, "Bagboy." You can download the track here.

Oh, and The Replacements are rehearsing to prepare for their first live performance in 22 years. So there's that, too.

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Summer of 2013? Summer of '89? Same difference.

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