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Rising Seas, Mobster Talk, And The Music Of Jimmy Eat World

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Rising Seas, Mobster Talk, And The Music Of Jimmy Eat World

Rising Seas, Mobster Talk, And The Music Of Jimmy Eat World

Rising Seas, Mobster Talk, And The Music Of Jimmy Eat World

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Jimmy Eat World's new album, Damage, is its eighth in 20 years together. Left to right: Rick Burch, Zach Lind, Jim Adkins and Tom Linton. Michael Elins/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Jimmy Eat World's new album, Damage, is its eighth in 20 years together. Left to right: Rick Burch, Zach Lind, Jim Adkins and Tom Linton.

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On this episode of the Weekends on All Things Considered Podcast, the city of Miami gets used to high tides as climate change threatens the coast. Plus, mobster lingo in the Whitey Bulger courtroom, and new music from an old top 40 favorite.