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What's Past Is Present On Two New Puerto Rican Albums

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Latin Roots: The Protest Music Of South America

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Guest DJ: Calle 13

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People celebrate in Copiapo after the start of the rescue operation at the San Jose mine on October 12, 2010. Celebrations and media mayhem erupted in Chile Wednesday as the first of 33 men trapped underground for 10 weeks triumphantly returned to the surface in a landmark rescue operation. Claudio Santana/AFP / Getty Images hide caption

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