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Ty Segall Goes 3-D On 'Mr. Face'
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Ty Segall Goes 3-D On 'Mr. Face'

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Ty Segall Goes 3-D On 'Mr. Face'

Ty Segall Goes 3-D On 'Mr. Face'
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Ty Segall is 27 years old, and he does it all — writes, sings, produces, plays guitar and drums. He's released a large amount of music over the past decade, solo albums as well as working with other bands. Fresh Air rock critic Ken Tucker reviews Segall's new four-song EP, Mr. Face, and tries to get a fix on Segall's productivity.

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