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All Songs Considered

SXSW 2013, Day Four: Deep Thoughts

On Friday in Austin, Texas, things get a little punchy, which doesn't stop our team from experiencing moments of sincere and genuine bliss.

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Music Articles

The Zombies: Reaching Across Decades

Rod Argent and Colin Blunstone, founding members of the influential band, discuss what keeps bringing them back after all these years.

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