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The Wisconsin Recall, Life Behind The Lobby And The Beach Boys

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The Wisconsin Recall, Life Behind The Lobby And The Beach Boys

The Wisconsin Recall, Life Behind The Lobby And The Beach Boys

The Wisconsin Recall, Life Behind The Lobby And The Beach Boys

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The Beach Boys' new album — the first collaboration in decades between founding members Brian Wilson (third from left) and Mike Love (second from right) — is called That's Why God Made the Radio. Guy Webster/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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The Beach Boys' new album — the first collaboration in decades between founding members Brian Wilson (third from left) and Mike Love (second from right) — is called That's Why God Made the Radio.

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In this week's podcast of weekends on All Things Considered, what the Wisconsin recall vote means for the rest of the country. Also, why crispy food is so irresistible and why this group dominates the American motel industry. Plus, the music of the Beach Boys and Jack White.