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May 12, 2008 Monitor Mix blogger Carrie Brownstein chooses a new mixtape, made up of songs originally compiled on a rainy day several weeks ago. They might sound best under gray skies, as part of a mix that could easily be called "The Underdogs."
January 11, 2005 The Libertines are Britain's hottest dysfunctional band, and their music is produced by the Clash's Mick Jones. New Musical Express called them the most important band of its generation. Yet theirs is a troubled story — of breakups, break-ins, and drug addiction. From London, Matt Cowan reports.
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May 7, 2003 Rock critic Ken Tucker reviews two new releases from two new bands: Up The Bracket by the British band The Libertines and Love and Distortion by the San Francisco band The Stratford 4.
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